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Granted I didn't read that part (the Peak pass part) very closely, but the chatter among some of my ski friends, who didn't switch from Peak to Epic last year, in a big group text about 20 of us have, was that those of us who bought Epic's will be seeing our email notification with our exact discount amount by 5/13 and those who had Peak passes last year will be getting their notification by 5/21 and we all have until Labor Day to purchase with no loss of benefits/discounts
Except they get an Ikon base as part of their high season pass price now. And they are only a partner resort, so only 5 blackout or 7 unrestricted days for base/full Ikon passholders.The Windham clientele will not like being IKONic.
Except they get an Ikon base as part of their high season pass price now. And they are only a partner resort, so only 5 blackout or 7 unrestricted days for base/full Ikon passholders.
The interview a guy who skied 4 times this year? They couldn’t find anyone else?
I thought that was weird too. I mean he is in SLC. You only have to drive like 20 miles to ski.
First thing that entered my mind too. They probably did "find" others...but they didn't fit the story they were trying to tell.
Seriously...if you live 20 miles from some major ski areas and have only skied 4 times by mid-March, I really can't blame the ski resorts for that.
Absolutely no rush waiting until the deadline in late May. None. Get to keep your money longer, Price is the same. Can get 4 more weeks of data and clarity about how this will all pay out.