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  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by Newpylong View Post
    1 out west, 2 Canada, one Maryland and one Virginia and then some discounts at 4 others in New England.
    That’s quite a deal, what are the 4 mtns in New England? Did you use to ski at Brodie? Wonder if vail reduces their northeast pass price to be more competitive with the ragged mtn pass?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobbold View Post
    That’s quite a deal, what are the 4 mtns in New England? Did you use to ski at Brodie? Wonder if vail reduces their northeast pass price to be more competitive with the ragged mtn pass?
    Here you go, not free days at the 4 NE mountains so doubt Vail even considers this as comp.

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  3. #43
    I bet they hold off their price increase. The Ski Resort are getting crushed right now. I would like to know how many season passes they have sold this year vs. last year during the same period. I was about to do my seasonal rental at Sugarbush, I don't know if I will have the money to do it now. I differently would say over half the skiers out their are in the same boat. I bet the resorts will keep their pass discounts thru the summer. It will take at least that much time for all of us to catch up.

  4. #44
    As a PSA I'll say it again....Pass insurance will not protect you if mountains do not open or there is no ski season.
    2017/2018

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    I bought my pass for Mountain Creek, my local area, in early February when they went on sale for $229. I also bought Mount Peter passes for me and my family when they went on sale in early March. $239 for my wife and I and $209 for my daughter.

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  6. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by billo View Post
    As a PSA I'll say it again....Pass insurance will not protect you if mountains do not open or there is no ski season.
    Exactly why do you believe this?

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  7. #47
    Quote Originally Posted by prsboogie View Post
    Exactly why do you believe this?

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    That would be pretty easy to write into the fine print of the insurance policy. Although the idea of not having lift serviced skiing next winter is pretty crazy at this point

  8. #48
    From the Vail insurance carrier - line D

    PERILS INSURED AGAINST: Subject to the Exclusions and Coverage Limits, the Insured has coverage against Loss of use of your Season Ski Pass if caused by any one of the following
    unforeseen perils occurring after the effective date of coverage:
    a) Sickness, Injury or death of you or a Family Member;
    b) You have a Pregnancy or Childbirth verified by medical records;
    coverage is included for pregnant Season Ski Pass Holder’s
    spouse or domestic partner and minor child;
    c) Your Primary Residence being made Uninhabitable by Natural
    Disaster;
    d) The Destination Resort closes indefinitely due to a Natural Disaster
    (this coverage does not apply if you reside in a state with more
    than one Destination Resort and at least one of the other
    Destination Resorts is operating);
    e) You are subpoenaed, required to serve on a jury, hijacked,
    quarantined or your travel visa is denied;
    f) You are called to military service; your military leave is revoked;
    you are deployed or you are reassigned;

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  9. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by prsboogie View Post
    Exactly why do you believe this?

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    He's absolutely right that the insurance itself wouldn't cover it. It is stated in their exclusions for Ikon's insurance company at least if my interpretation is correct:
    SECTION III-POLICY LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS
    ....
    8.Bankruptcy or Default or failure to supply services by a Travel Supplier
    “Travel Supplier” means any entity or organization that coordinates or supplies the Season Pass for You.
    That said, if there was legitimately no season at all, I find it rather hard to believe all the ski resorts would tell all the people that bought passes to simply fuck off unless they outright go bankrupt. I wouldn't expect them to give money back, but I would expect them to basically apply your purchase to the following season.

    Of course if things are so bad that there's no ski season next year, then we have much bigger problems than a season pass purchase and whether you get your money back or not.

  10. #50
    noun
    plural noun: natural disasters
    a natural event such as a flood, earthquake, or hurricane that causes great damage or loss of life.
    "the number of people suffering food crises as a result of natural disasters has tripled in the last thirty years"


    Does a natural disaster include genetically engineered viruses? That policy could also easily be re written

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