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Ikon Pass Changes and New Resorts for 2023

BenedictGomez

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i got an email today. i am not one to condone litigation against ski areas or ski passes, especially over the act of god level unexpected shit covid was. i opted out.

Did you read it closely? This punishing settlement is really heads Alterra wins, tails Alterra doesn't lose.
 

KustyTheKlown

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Did you read it closely? This punishing settlement is really heads Alterra wins, tails Alterra doesn't lose.

just enough to see the lawyers take $3M, and that i could either opt in to get some sort of coupon code, not opt in to get some sort of automatic future discount, or opt out. i don't think alterra should have any liability for covid related closures, so if it is a winner for alterra i am glad.
 

jaytrem

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They keep sending me renewal codes that are worth a lot more than a $10 coupon. 19/20 was the only year I had the Ikon Pass. We got our money's worth even though we missed out on a CA trip and Killington spring skiing. We used it for the prior spring in CA, a mid-winter trip to CO, 2 early season Killington and 1 or 2 days at Stratton (along with 2 days in the summer). Can't complain.
 
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