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    I ended up going with Pico season passes for the whole family and we will do the Max Pass add on this year in order to mix it up a bit.

  2. #342
    Quote Originally Posted by Jcb890 View Post
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    I also just noticed the 18-29 Drifter Pass is still the same $399 until December 15th. The 30+ crowd gets f'ed once again haha.
    Ya I'd love to get fucked at the tune of saving two hundred dollars for an unlimited pass. Wahwahwah I'm a whinny mellinnial that expects shit for free. 🙄


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    Quote Originally Posted by prsboogie View Post
    Ya I'd love to get fucked at the tune of saving two hundred dollars for an unlimited pass. Wahwahwah I'm a whinny mellinnial that expects shit for free. 🙄


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  4. #344
    Quote Originally Posted by prsboogie View Post
    Ya I'd love to get fucked at the tune of saving two hundred dollars for an unlimited pass. Wahwahwah I'm a whinny mellinnial that expects shit for free. ��


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    I'm not sure what you're getting at. I'm 30+ and don't qualify for the Drifter, hence the 30+ crowd getting screwed per usual. I guess they assume 30-somethings have more money than 20-somethings. The 30+ pass is still a good deal and we picked ours up, just found it interesting the under-30 pass price didn't increase and doesn't until 12/15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jcb890 View Post
    I'm not sure what you're getting at. I'm 30+ and don't qualify for the Drifter, hence the 30+ crowd getting screwed per usual. I guess they assume 30-somethings have more money than 20-somethings. The 30+ pass is still a good deal and we picked ours up, just found it interesting the under-30 pass price didn't increase and doesn't until 12/15.
    I am only glad for this because I can hold off and get my college son a pass later in the year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smellytele View Post
    I am only glad for this because I can hold off and get my college son a pass later in the year.
    I don't have an issue at all with the price not going up until December, it would just be nice if all of the passes were that way. I guess it doesn't matter anyways since we've made our purchase already and used our passes already. I'm still trying to convince my brother in his 20's to get a pass too, so it'll give me another few months to try and break him down, haha.

  7. #347
    I have no issue with early pass deadlines. It's incentive to buy the pass early so you can use it in the Spring.
    With Peaks offering no interest payment plans combined with low buy early pricing it's hard to complain to be honest.
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  8. #348
    Quote Originally Posted by xwhaler View Post
    I have no issue with early pass deadlines. It's incentive to buy the pass early so you can use it in the Spring.
    With Peaks offering no interest payment plans combined with low buy early pricing it's hard to complain to be honest.
    At some ski areas the early deadlines are intended to generate cash that is used to fund off-season improvement projects. Obviously Peaks doesn't fall into that category with the no interest payment plans they offer though.

    The whole "spring incentive" thing I often wonder how many people really can take advantage of. It really is only an advantage the very first year you have a particular pass. After that you're a passholder and already getting access to spring skiing. You only benefit again from that if you switch and buy a pass to a different area.

  9. #349
    Quote Originally Posted by cdskier View Post
    At some ski areas the early deadlines are intended to generate cash that is used to fund off-season improvement projects. Obviously Peaks doesn't fall into that category with the no interest payment plans they offer though.

    The whole "spring incentive" thing I often wonder how many people really can take advantage of. It really is only an advantage the very first year you have a particular pass. After that you're a passholder and already getting access to spring skiing. You only benefit again from that if you switch and buy a pass to a different area.
    I have spoken to a couple of people that rotate passes from year-to-year to get the extra Spring skiing/riding they want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jcb890 View Post
    I have spoken to a couple of people that rotate passes from year-to-year to get the extra Spring skiing/riding they want.
    I may do this in coming years
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