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Ikon, Western Resorts Extend Preseason Pass Deals

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The effect of the coronavirus has rippled across the U.S., and the domestic ski and snowboard industry is no exception.

Just as the outbreak worsened, most resorts had put next season's passes up for sale at discount -- but with deadlines typically in April. Now, a number of those resorts have pushed back deadlines into May-June or later, sweetened deals and added bonuses.

The multi-resort Ikon Pass extended its initial selling season to May 26, doubled the discounts on renewals, and pushed interest-free payment period to Aug. 1.

In Colorado, Copper Mountain's preseason sale now goes until June 30. Monarch has purchases valid until May 31 for both new and renewals -- both with reduced prices.

On the Western Slope, Powderhorn extended its early-pass deadline on certain passes to May 3 and loosened the payment plan. And nearby Sunlight Mountain moved the deadline to Aug. 1 and tossed in a $10 gift card.

In Oregon, Mt. Hood Meadows has kept prices the same as last year and pushed those prices back to Nov. 8 -- with a $100 discount for all. And, Anthony Lakes has postponed its sale for the time being.

Idaho's Silver Mountain extended its sale to July 14, although a purchase before May 5 earns a $25 gift card. Also in the Gem State, Tamarack Mountain's multi-faceted Boundless Pass can be had for a discount until June 29.

And in New Mexico, Angel Fire has extended its pass sale to July 1, while Taos has taken 2020-2012 season passes off the market until later notice.

 

 

 

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