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    How do locals throw down that kind of cash?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thetrailboss View Post
    $1,653. Wow.
    2056$ after Oct 30. Double Wow.

    More expensive than Aspen or Whistler. Is this the most expensive ski pass in North America ???


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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmywilson69 View Post
    How do locals throw down that kind of cash?
    They don't. They hike it or ski at MRG, Sugarbush, or Jay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmywilson69 View Post
    How do locals throw down that kind of cash?


    Is their midweek priceing any cheaper, guess they go to Smugglers too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotty View Post
    Is their midweek priceing any cheaper, guess they go to Smugglers too.
    $974 excluding holiday weeks Scotty.

    It's listed.

    If I lived nearby I'd jump on it.

    Stowe is worth it.
    Last edited by steamboat1; Sep 8, 2012 at 12:12 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmywilson69 View Post
    How do locals throw down that kind of cash?
    If you work for a business that belongs to the local chamber of commerce, passes are available at a discounted rate. My last winter in town (2000-2001) it was $250 for a midweek pass with only Xmas and Presidents weeks blacked out.

    I'm sure it's more now. I'll try and remember to ask my old friends what the current price is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadheadskier View Post
    If you work for a business that belongs to the local chamber of commerce, passes are available at a discounted rate. My last winter in town (2000-2001) it was $250 for a midweek pass with only Xmas and Presidents weeks blacked out.

    I'm sure it's more now. I'll try and remember to ask my old friends what the current price is.
    There's a reason why I'd only ski Stowe if I was going on a ski bus. At $77-$82 including lift ticket and transit costs, that's a hell of a deal when the window price is $88-$92 most days and you still have to pay for gas to get to and from there.

  8. #98
    You want the best, you pay for it.

    Id say its worth it compared to other mountains in the same competitive set. Bush isnt exactly cheap either, and way less value given there only improvements are real estate based pretty much over the last decade.
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  9. #99
    So I can ski kirkwood, flatstar, heavenly, squaw and alpine meadows for half the price of Stowe?

    Yeah I get it, cost more to operate, market price ect....

    To me it sounds like a hype machine. I would rather ski Sugarloaf anyway if I was buying a pass here.

    I do think Stowe is good times for sure, make no mistake about that.

  10. #100
    What do Aspen, Telluride or Deer Valet get for their season pass price? Those would be the appropriate comparisons for Western areas IMO.

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