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  1. #31
    The site says "coming soon"
    It does say there will be a new Dining card add on.
    Only available in the spring March & April buying period the Dining Card allows you to purchase a dining card at either $100, $250 or $500 values. $100 cards carry an additional 10% in credit ($10), the $250 cards - 15% ($37.50) in credit and the $500 cards carry 20% ($100) in credit! Cards will be printed separately from your season pass and one card can be added per season passholder.


  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by asnowmobiler View Post
    The site says "coming soon"
    It does say there will be a new Dining card add on.
    Only available in the spring March & April buying period the Dining Card allows you to purchase a dining card at either $100, $250 or $500 values. $100 cards carry an additional 10% in credit ($10), the $250 cards - 15% ($37.50) in credit and the $500 cards carry 20% ($100) in credit! Cards will be printed separately from your season pass and one card can be added per season passholder.
    That is a nice perk. Sunday River has dining cards at 20% off as well for season pass holders. I actually find it nice and you can use them at the restaurants on the mountain too (in the hotels).

  3. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by john1200c View Post
    Anyone heard anything about Peak passes for next year? Usually they would have come out with the "ski rest of this year, etc." stuff by now...
    They've always come out in early March. It should be sometime this week. Since they compete pretty heavily with the Boyne pass I think, they'll want to release it sometime during the Boyne flash sale which ends Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jully View Post
    That is a nice perk. Sunday River has dining cards at 20% off as well for season pass holders. I actually find it nice and you can use them at the restaurants on the mountain too (in the hotels).
    Did this two years - for the kids. They ended up treating friends to lunch, buying Gatorade and candy - $100 was gone within a month for each kid lol. Back to doling out $ day to day even though I don't save 20%.

  5. #35
    And the Epic Pass comes in at $899 for about a billion resorts with some day restrictions that will likely require a few spread sheets to fully figure out!
    '07--08 season: 51 Days, '08-'09 season: 55 Days, '09-'10 season: 41 Days, '10-'11 season: 49 days, '11-'12 season: 40 Days '12-'13 season: 57 days, '13-'14 season, 60 days '14-'15 season 60 days, '15-'16 season 52 days, '16-'17 season: 50 days, '17-'18 season 52 days, '07-'18 seasons: 567 Days

  6. #36
    Stratton, with some Ikon info mixed in: https://www.stratton.com/plan-your-t...-season-passes

    Looks like the Value pass went up, but they also nixed a few midweek blackout dates for February vacation week.
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    peaks prices for next season:
    Explorer $629, up from $599
    Ranger $529, up from $499
    Traveler $429, up from $299
    2010/11 - 30days 2011/12 - 29days 2012/13 - 40 days 2013/14 - 39 days 2014/15 - 42 days
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  8. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by Smellytele View Post
    peaks prices for next season:
    Explorer $629, up from $599
    Ranger $529, up from $499
    Traveler $429, up from $299
    ok.. not as bad as I thought

    EDIT: still the best pass for an eastern skier IMO
    Last edited by GregoryIsaacs; Mar 6, 2018 at 3:20 PM.

  9. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by Smellytele View Post
    peaks prices for next season:
    Explorer $629, up from $599
    Ranger $529, up from $499
    Traveler $429, up from $299
    $30 increase over 2 years isn't bad at all.

  10. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by drjeff View Post
    And the Epic Pass comes in at $899 for about a billion resorts with some day restrictions that will likely require a few spread sheets to fully figure out!
    i haven't really done a year over year look but i was hoping for some $$ reduction with the added competition from max pass. at quick glance looks like Epic upped the benefits on the pass but kept the price same(ish).
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