Aspen/Snowmass Classic Pass on sale through November

By Real Aspen
September 6, 2013
The Aspen/Snowmass Classic Pass is now on sale in various locations across the Front Range and Western Slope. Classic Pass sales will take place throughout October and November. Click here for dates and locations.

The Aspen/Snowmass Classic Pass allows guests to ski or ride the four mountains of Aspen/Snowmass – Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk – throughout the winter season with no restrictions and no blackout dates. Passholders ski or ride at a highly discounted rate and receive discounts on extension days and summer lift access. Both four and seven-day Classic Passes are available.

At $349 the 7-Day Pass gives passholders seven days of skiing or snowboarding throughout the season at less than $50 per day. The 4-Day Classic Pass is just $219. Passholders can add additional days at 30 percent off the one-day in resort rate throughout the 2013-2014 season.
Children and youths (ages 7-17) and college students age 24 or younger (presenting a student ID from an accredited 4-year college) can purchase a 4-Day pass for $174 and a 7-Day pass for $264. This early season pricing applies to passes purchased through October 13, 2013.

Classic Passholders receive exclusive lodging offers throughout the winter season as well as discounted rates on summer lift access and summer Bike Snowmass tickets.

Classic Passes are picture passes and all new passes must be purchased in person. The Classic Pass cannot be combined with any other pass. Classic Passes will ONLY be available at select sales in Colorado through early November. Visit www.aspensnowmass.com/classicpass, call the Classic Pass Hotline 800-525-6200 x4475 or ask at any ticket office for sale dates and locations. 2012-2013 Classic Passholders can renew their Classic Pass online or by phone any time prior to November 10, 2013 but the price will increase after October 13. One Classic Pass per person. Passes are nontransferable and nonrefundable. Children six and under ski/ride free.

Resort Charge

Guests can attach a credit card to their Classic Pass and never carry cash on the mountain again. With Resort charge Classic Passes can be used like a credit card at mountain restaurants, Four-Mountain Sports/D&E locations, and Aspen/Snowmass ticket offices. Resort charge plus direct-to-lift and hands-free gate access provides the ultimate hassle-free experience. Guests can sign up at any ticket office.

For general Aspen/Snowmass information call 800-525-6200 or visit www.aspensnowmass.com


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