- Jun 4, 2004
A seasons pass is an exchange.
The mountain gets your money up front, and you get a CHANCE at a cost/day that is lower than the walk up rate.
It's not a guarantee.
It could rain all season. You could lose your job. Your could get sick. You could die.
For something out of the mountain's control, they don't owe you anything.
They could choose to do something, for a marketing advantage vs competitors or whatever. But they don't owe you squat.
OP, or anyone, what was your cost per day this season? How does it compare to the rack rate?
Again, that’s not the point of this thread....
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