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    Question 2016-2017 Season Pass Plans

    2015-2016 is in the books. Again, a lackluster season for many, but I imagine that there will be pent up demand and that pass sales will not take a huge hit. A lot of places have already been running the early deals, but some will wait.

    What are your plans? Season Pass? Frequent skier card that allows flexibility? Anyone NOT getting a pass after last season? 10-pack of ski tickets?

    For me I am planning on repeating the Alta/Snowbird pass, assuming that the price is not outrageously higher. I was able to get 42 days on that pass alone. I am also hoping to get a 10-pack for Burke to a visit or two this season.

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    Damn- 42 days? Congrats!



    I'll be rocking the Peak Pass for daily driving, supplemented with a 3 day Ski Vermont pass for special trips/blizzards we don't get in NH, and a trip to the AZ summit.
    The chairlift is a free rollercoaster!

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    Quote Originally Posted by frapcap View Post
    Damn- 42 days? Congrats!

    I'll be rocking the Peak Pass for daily driving, supplemented with a 3 day Ski Vermont pass for special trips/blizzards we don't get in NH, and a trip to the AZ summit.
    Thanks. Sounds like a solid plan for you. Will you be doing Mount Snow most often?
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    Quote Originally Posted by frapcap View Post
    Damn- 42 days? Congrats!

    I'll be rocking the Peak Pass for daily driving, supplemented with a 3 day Ski Vermont pass for special trips/blizzards we don't get in NH, and a trip to the AZ summit.
    This is my plan verbatim.

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    Same plan I've used for quite a number of years already. Purchased another midweek K pass back in mid April even though early season pricing lasts until June 10th I believe. What the heck the money isn't earning interest in the bank. I'll purchase another 3 pack of VT. Passes for my daughter & myself again. She only used 2 this year so I got to use 4. I'll take advantage of ski club appreciation days at various resorts in the northeast again although I mostly skied Stowe on their days. If Sugarbush offers $30 Thursdays at Mt. Ellen again next season I'll ski a few days there. They've been doing it for a number of years so I can't see them discontinuing it now. That's about it although I'm always ready to take advantage of any other deals that may come along that I could use. I've still yet to pay $50 for a day of skiing in the northeast. Got my season pass down to about $15 a day this season.

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    Gold New England's for us, most weekends at SR but with our new house, I can see quite a few Loon midweeks now for me. Still debating Max add on or just wait and do a Beast spring pass.

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    Sounds like solid plans. Sounds like folks are holding firm and not reconsidering getting a season pass or multiday ticket item in light of last season....but a lot of us have vested interests in skiing/riding at our resorts (second homes, primary homes, etc).
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    Already purchased my Sugarbush pass at the early season rates which were only valid until early May.

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    Stratton value pass already purchased.
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    Already have 8 days on my Peak Explorer pass since I bought it mid March - past the break even point already!
    '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, '18-'19 season 45 days '07-'19 seasons: 612 Days

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