Sugarbush Resort Offers Lowest Available Pricing for 2014-2015 Season Passes and Free Spring Skiing at Sugaring Time Festival
Warren, VT (March 13, 2014) – Sugarbush Resort is offering free skiing and riding from March 17th through the remainder of the 2013/14 Winter Season with the purchase of select 2014/2015 season passes.
By purchasing next year’s season pass this spring Sugarbush skiers and riders lock in the best rates. Adult 2014/2015 season passes start at only $499, youth season passes are available for only $299, and the For20s pass is available for just $329. Full details on season pass pricing are available at sugarbush.com. Passes are on sale at their lowest prices through May 7, 2014.
Spring Passes are also available and include skiing and riding from March 17th through the end of the season for only $199. Select 2014-2015 Season Pass purchasers will also receive free skiing and riding through the end of this season. For those about to turn thirty and for the Spring Pass campaign only, For20s Pass purchasers can use their age as of May 7th, 2014 rather than the traditional November 1st cutoff.
“We have had a great season of skiing and riding this year at Sugarbush and are looking forward to more great days this spring,” said Win Smith, President of Sugarbush Resort. “Our passholders are our most loyal customers, and we are grateful for their continued support. With the exception of one pass product, we are holding our prices flat with last year’s spring prices.”
Sugarbush season passes vary in price, and options range from the All Mountain Adult 7 offered at $1049 to the Senior pass at only $149. Pass options are available for Mt. Ellen only, youth ages 7-18, For20s for ages 19-29, and seniors ages 70-79. Children six and under receive free day tickets at Sugarbush and can purchase a season pass for only $30.
The season pass launch coincides with Sugaring Time Festival on March 16th and Season Passes will be available for sale at the Season Pass Office at Lincoln Peak beginning Saturday morning. Kicking off spring with a nod to Vermont’s maple sugaring season, the event is a celebration of all things maple and includes a maple syrup nip scavenger hunt that takes place all over the resort and ends with a drawing to win great prizes. Executive Chef Gerry Nooney will be cooking up a storm in a culinary demonstration featuring his favorite maple recipes. The maple motif continues with specialty maple foods and beverages served throughout the resort’s dining facilities, a Big Picture Maple Donut eating contest for kids, live entertainment and maple harvest specialties.
For more information on season passes and Sugaring Time Festival visit sugarbush.com or contact John Bleh at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800.53.SUGAR.