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Spring Skiing Savings With Okemo’s Skiesta Card

Spring Skiing Savings With Okemo’s Skiesta Card

Sun and fun spring riding at Okemo. (Peter Cirilli)

Spring skiing, with its sun-drenched celebrations and soft snow, is nearly upon us. At Okemo Mountain Resort, all that sunshine also brings brilliant savings for skiers and riders.

Okemo’s Spring Skiesta Card offers unrestricted skiing and riding from March 17 through the end of the 2016-2017 winter season (typically mid-April). The sooner spring-skiing enthusiasts purchase, the more they can save. And, as an added benefit, first-time season-pass purchasers, or those upgrading their pass for next season, may apply $99 of the Skiesta Card purchase price toward the purchase of their 2017-2018 Okemo season pass, if they purchase that pass before the early-buy April 30, 2017, deadline.

Okemo Sunburst Six

Okemo’s Spring Skiesta Cards go on sale starting March 1 and Skiesta Card pricing is for all ages, 7 and older (children 6 and younger always ski free at Okemo). The Spring Skiesta Card offers direct-to-lift convenience with no blackout dates. Lift access at Okemo requires an RFID Real.Easy Card which must be carried in an outerwear pocket to access lifts.

The price is: $129 if reloading a Real.Easy Card online from March 1 through March 16; $139 if reloading a Real.Easy Card online after March 16; $139 (including a Real.Easy Card) if purchased at okemo.com from March 1 through March 16; $149 (including a Real.Easy Card) if purchased at okemo.com after March 16; $159 (including a Real.Easy card) if purchased in person at Okemo’s Resort Services desks, located at Jackson Gore and the Clock Tower base areas.

As an added bonus, skiers and riders can save on lodging when they purchase a Stay and Skiesta Lodging Package for a minimum of two people, at least 72 hours in advance.

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