Spring Passes Blooming In The Northeast
Deals on spring turns at Sunday River. (Sunday River)
While there’s still a lot of days left for the 2017-2018 season, Northeastern resorts are rolling out their buy now/ski this spring deals, making this a great time to stretch your skiing and riding dollar for maximum time on the slopes.
The New England Pass, good at Sunday River, Loon Mountain, and Sugarloaf, goes on sale March 5, 2018, with a one-week flash sale for lowest pricing, a buy now/ski this spring benefit, and a payment plan option. During this time, skiers and snowboarders can secure the lowest priced season pass with just $50 down before prices increase on March 12, 2018.
A $50 deposit on any season pass before April 30, 2018, allows guests to pay the remaining balance in four automatic installments set for June, July, August, and September, with no interest and no additional fees. For all three resorts, the end of the season historically occurs between mid-April and early May.
Those who purchase their 2018-19 New England Pass during this spring sale and pay in full will get to use it to ski/snowboard this spring starting on March 12.
Vermont’s Killington Resort charges into spring with the NOR’BEASTER Spring Pass and a jam-packed event series as the longest season in the East extends towards Memorial Day and beyond.
The 2018 NOR’BEASTER Spring Pass is available for $199, providing skiers and snowboarders of all ages with unlimited spring skiing and riding from March 16 through June, or as far as Mother Nature will allow. The Spring Pass also unlocks access to live music, events and a 20 percent discount on Killington-managed lodging beginning March 16 through the remainder of the 2017-18 winter season.
Next year's Pats Peak season passes go on sale March 1 and the best prices last all month. New season pass buyers ski and ride through the month of March 2018 free, plus all of the 2018-2019 season.
Pats Peak season sass rates remain affordable in order to allow individuals and families to spend more time on the slopes. The average adult who purchases a weekend lift ticket seven times would be paying an equivalent amount to a season pass. Pass options come with a variety of perks, from tubing and cafeteria discounts to a transferable pass great for companies and families alike.