New ‘Ski with Me Tickets’ Highlight 2019-20 Sugarbush Season Passes
New this season, Sugarbush passholders will receive a limited number of “Ski with Me Tickets” allowing their friends and family to receive a 25 percent discount on window rate tickets. The lowest rates are available through May 8.
Passes remain in two categories: Premium Passes and Value Passes. Sugarbush will also remain members of the Mountain Collective and Ikon Pass. Those who purchase their pass for next season can also ski and ride the remainder of the 2018-19 season with the same restrictions as their 2019-20 pass.
The Premium Pass offers unlimited skiing and riding at both of Sugarbush’s mountains, plus 50 percent off lift tickets to all other resorts included in the Mountain Collective. The Premium Pass is just $10 for children six and under, $369 for both youth (7-18) and For20s (19-29), $569 for For30s (30-39), $849 for adults (40-64), $709 for seniors (65-79), $149 for Silver Seniors (80-89), and free for those ninety and older.
Premium Passes include a number of benefits along with the Mountain Collective discount, including five “Ski with Me Tickets” (excluding youth and 90+).
“We all know that the best way to introduce new skiers and riders to the sport or to our resort is through friends and family,” says Win Smith, Owner and President of Sugarbush Resort. “We want our passholders to be able to share this mountain with their loved ones.”
The Value Pass offers daily access to Mt. Ellen, midweek non-holiday skiing at Lincoln Peak, and early/late season access to Lincoln Peak when Mt. Ellen is closed. The Value Pass is just $259 for youth (7-18) and $569 for adults (40-79). Value passes include three “Ski with Me Tickets.”
Finally, the Boomer Pass returns again at just $129. Boomer Passes are available for skiers or riders ages 65-89 and offer midweek non-holiday skiing at both mountains. Boomer Passes get three “Ski with Me Tickets.”
Sugarbush is also offering 2019 Spring Passes for just $229. Spring Passes are valid until the end of the season at both mountains. The resort plans to remain open daily through Sunday, April 28 and then reopen for a final Cinco de Mayo weekend.