'Super Early' deadline for Aspen/Snowmass season passes set for Sept. 13

By Real Aspen
September 12, 2013

The Super Early deadline for purchasing all Aspen/Snowmass season pass products is this Friday, September 13, 2013. Guests can save hundreds of dollars by purchasing a pass before the deadline. To avoid long lines, purchase online at www.aspensnowmass.com/seasonpass or by phone at 970-923-1227 or 877-282-7736.

The Premier Pass, which allows unlimited skiing/riding on all four mountains with no blackout dates costs just $1,649 in the Super Early Season. The Premier Chamber Pass, for area businesses is just $1,199 in the Super Early Season. The Premier Pass is also available at senior (65-69), youth (13-17), child (7-12) and Silver (70+) rates. As always, children six and under ski for free. The Premier Pass is loaded with tons of benefits, including friends and family discount vouchers and discounts on ski school, on-mountain dining, rentals and parking. This season, begins on November 28, and will last for more than 20 weeks of skiing and riding! The final closing day scheduled is for April 20, 2013.

The Double Flex Pass allows skiing and riding two days per week, plus the option to add days at a discounted rate with no blackout dates. This pass is priced at just $1,329 in the Super Early Season, or just $1,049 for the chamber pass. The Flex Pass costs $899 in the Super Early Season (or $779 for the Chamber Flex) and offers one day of skiing/riding each week of the winter season (21 weeks) on all four mountains plus add days any time for 50% off the one-day in-resort rate with direct-to-lift access. Flex Passholders also receive discounts on summer discounted summer lift access on Snowmass and Aspen Mountain, plus discounts on Summer Bike Snowmass tickets. Weeks begin on Monday and end on Sunday and unused days may not be carried over.

Passes are on sale at the Aspen Mountain Ticket Office and the Snowmass Gondola Ticket Office, online at www.aspensnowmass.com/estore and by phone at 970-923-1227 or 877-282-7736. There are three deadlines for individual and Chamber member Premier and Flex pass purchases:

¨ Super Early, which offers the best rates on all season passes, for passes purchased through Sept. 13, 2013.

¨ Early, for passes purchased through Nov. 8, 2013.

¨ Regular, for passes purchased after Nov. 8, 2013 (see attached pricing grid).

All season passes are good for early-and late-season openings. Season passes are nontransferable and nonrefundable. Fraudulent use is subject to fine.

All season passes are printed on rewriteable, reusable RF (radio frequency) cards and will have a thermal printed blue photo instead of a full color photo and it will not have a season date so it can easily be reloaded for future seasons. Chamber pass vouchers must be purchased in person and a voucher from the appropriate Chamber of Commerce must be presented at time of purchase as proof of eligibility.

RF Card – The Smartest Pass Around

The Aspen/Snowmass radio frequency card (RF Card) is more than just a season pass. Here’s a list of all the card’s convenient features:

• Resort Charge: Guest never need to carry cash or credit cards on the mountain again if they securely attach a credit card to their RF card. This card can be used for payment at mountain restaurants*, Four-Mountain Sports/D&E stores and ticket offices. Sign up at any ticket office or online at www.aspensnowmass.com/store.

*Snowmass – Elk Camp, Gwyn’s High Alpine, Lynn Britt Cabin, Sam’s Smokehouse, Two Creeks Café, Ullrhof & Up 4 Pizza - Aspen Mountain – Ajax Tavern, Aspen Mountain Club, Bonnie’s, Limelight, element 47 & Terrace Bar at The Little Nell & Sundeck - Aspen Highlands – Cloud Nine & Merry-Go-Round - Buttermilk – Bumps & The Cliffhouse.

• Track Your Stats: Guests can find out the number of days they’ve skied/snowboarded, number of runs skied and vertical descent by logging into the Aspen/Snowmass app called LivePass.

• Direct-To-Lift Access: Double Flex, Flex, Escape Silver and Classic passholders can skip the ticket office and go straight to the lift when using a flex, validation or an extension day.

Pass Insurance

Season Passes are nonrefundable and nontransferable for any reason. Pass insurance is available through Travel Guard. For more information about season pass insurance, please visit www.travelguard.com/aspenskiingcompany or call 877-828-6720.

Operating dates for the 2013-2014 winter ski season are: Snowmass and Aspen Mountain, Nov. 28, 2013 - April 20, 2014, Aspen Highlands, Dec. 14, 2013 - April 13, 2014 and Buttermilk, Dec. 14, 2013 - April 6, 2014.

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