Aspen Snowmass season pass program announced for 2014-15

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Hiking Aspen Highlands Bowl. Photo: Jeremy Swanson

Hiking Aspen Highlands Bowl. Photo: Jeremy Swanson

Aspen Snowmass season pass structure and pricing has been announced for the 2014-2015 season. Passes will go on sale Monday, Aug. 11. The Premier Pass is loaded with more than $1,000 in added benefits including 50 percent off tickets at all Mountain Collective resorts including AltaSnowbird in Utah, Jackson Hole in Wyoming, Mammoth, Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows in California and Whistler Blackcomb in British Columbia.

All Aspen Snowmass season pass products will go on sale Monday, Aug. 11, 2014.

“It’s hard to believe that another winter season is just around the corner, but the entire team at Aspen Snowmass is already gearing up to welcome you back to the mountains,” says David Perry, senior vice president, mountain division, Aspen Skiing Company. “We are pleased to be able to offer more value with the Premier Pass – more than $1,000 in added benefits, yet keep it priced the same or lower than it was in the 2007/08 season – seven years ago. We also hope you will be able to experience one or more of the Mountain Collective destinations at 50 percent off with your Premier Pass.”

The Premier Pass, providing unlimited riding on all four mountains with no blackout dates, and loaded with more than $1,000 in exclusive benefits, costs just $1,699 in the Super Early Season. The Premier Chamber Pass for area businesses is just $1,229 in the Super Early Season. The Premier Pass is also available at senior (65-69), teen (13-17), child (7-12) and silver (70+) rates. As always, children six and under ski for free.

Get more information and purchase your Aspen Snowmass season pass here

The Double Flex Pass and Flex Pass cost $1,369 and $929 respectively in the Super Early Season ($1,079 for the Double Flex Chamber and $799 for the Flex Chamber). The Double Flex offers two days of skiing/riding each week of the winter season (21 weeks) and the Flex Pass offers one day each week on all four mountains plus the flexibility to add days anytime for 50 percent off the one-day, in-resort rate. Direct-to-lift access is available for flex days. Double Flex and Flex Passholders also receive discounts on summer lifts. Weeks begin on Monday and end on Sunday and unused days may not be carried over.

The Escape Silver Pass will be available for those aged 70 and over for only $239, offering pay-as-you-go access with direct-to-lift options to all four Aspen Snowmass mountains for just $25 per day. The pass also provides discounts on summer lift access.

Aspen Snowmass season passes will be on sale at the Aspen Mountain Ticket Office (10 a.m. – 4 p.m.) and Snowmass Base Village Four Mountain Sports (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.), online at www.aspensnowmass.com/store, by phone at 970-923-1227 or 877-282-7736 and through the Aspen Snowmass mobile app LivePass (renewals only). Chamber pass vouchers must be purchased in person at a ticket office and a voucher from the appropriate Chamber of Commerce must be presented at time of purchase as proof of eligibility. There are three deadlines for individual and Chamber member Premier, Double Flex and Flex pass purchases:

– Super Early, which offers the best rates on all season passes, for passes purchased through Sep. 12, 2014.
– Early, for passes purchased through Nov. 14, 2014.
– Regular, for passes purchased after Nov. 14, 2014 (see attached pricing grid).