Utah Resorts Cut Prices On Season Passes For Early Birds
Last season, the 14 ski and snowboard resorts in the Utah mountains enjoyed one of the best snow years on record, and they are eager to keep the momentum going with early season pass sales.
Two-thirds of the resorts are currently offering discounts on all-season tickets through deadline dates in the autumn. Many come with free or reduced-priced skiing and riding at other resorts in the West and beyond, and some offer customizing on base prices for other activities.
Here’s where discounted season passes are still available:
Alta. Through Sept. 24, get adult pass at $999. Two-adult, two-children family pass is $1,999, and mid-week discount pass is $799.
Beaver Mountain.Before Sept. 15, adult season pass costs $500, with one child under 6 free. Junior pass is $285.
Canyons. Epic Pass program discounts guaranteed through Sept. 1, including $529 adult pass with blackouts, $729 unlimited at Epic resorts.
Deer Valley. Until Oct. 31, unlimited adult season pass costs $1,985, while midweek version runs $1,035.
Eagle Point. Dec. 1 is deadline to purchase a $409 adult pass or $199 youth pass.
Park City. Valid through Oct. 15, adults 30 years and older pay $815, while those skiers and rider 18-29 years old get pass for $515.
Powder Mountain. Through Aug. 31, an adult pass will run $705, while pass for two adults, two kids is $1,600.
" target="_blank" href="/%20http://www.snowbasin.com/tickets-passes/winter-rates/">Snowbasin. Through Sept. 1, adult no-blackout pass costs $699, while pass with blackouts runs $499.
Snowbird. Sept. 10 is last day to get unlimited lift pass for $999, or chairlift –only pass for $799.
Sundance.Before Oct. 31, an adult unlimited pass goes for $499, and a midweek pass runs $299.
Click here to check all the season pass rates for Utah’s resorts.
Photo: Utah powder comes at discounted prices if you act quickly (Ski Utah/Facebook)