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Sugarbush Season Passes

As a pass holder, you'll not only get access to the most diverse terrain in the East, you'll receive special resort privileges and discounts on lodging, ski school reservations, dining, shopping, and special deals from participating partners in the Valley. 

2014/15 WINTER SEASON PASSES

Early rates available through 9/10/14.

 

ALL MTN
MT. ELLEN
MT. ELLEN PLUS
 
Early Rate
Regular Rate
Early Rate
Regular Rate
Early Rate
Regular Rate
ADULT 7
Ages 30-69
$1,349
$1,679
$599
$679
$859
$969
YOUTH
Ages 7-18
$459
$509
$289
$339
$349
$369
FOR20S
Ages 19-29
$349
$459
 
CHILD
Ages 6 & under
$30
$30
ADULT 5
Mon-Fri, non-holiday
$569
$619
SENIOR
Ages 70-79
$719
$849
SILVER SENIOR
Ages 80-89
$229
$239
90+
FREE
FREE
   

2014/15 ALL RESORT PASS

Four seasons of fun with unlimited skiing/riding, golf, mountain biking, Health and Racquet Club access, disc golf, zipline and resort/valley discounts. (Additional discounts available for Clay Brook owners and golf members.)

  Individual Pass Family Pass**
     
ALL RESORT PASS $4,000 $7,500
 

Available by phone or in person only. Please call 800.53.SUGAR.


**Spouses, partners in a civil union, parents and dependent children ages 18 and under living in the same household.

Prices do not include 6% Vermont sales tax. Holiday dates: 12/25/14 - 1/4/15, 1/17/15 - 1/19/15 and 2/14/15 - 2/22/15. Passholder’s age as of November 1, 2014 determines age category, except For20s Passholders, whose age is determined as of May 7, 2014 (for the May 7, 2014 deadline only, after it will return to November 1, 2014). Season passes are non-refundable.

Winter Season Passes are available for pickup when the Pass/Ticket Office is open. 

If you have questions and call/email after 5 PM and leave us a message, a representative will respond in the morning during regular business hours.

Conditions of Purchase

  • Check out all the conditions of purchase for your season pass this winter.

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Kids Ski/Ride Free and Family Definition

  • See how kids can ski and ride free and find out who the Family All Resort Pass2 includes.

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Season Pass Options

  • Sugarbush offers multiple season passes to choose from. Find out the ins and outs of each pass.

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Getting Your Pass

  • The following pass holders will need to pick up a new pass card before getting on the lifts during the 2013/14 winter season: All College pass holders (including Threesome Pass), SugarDirect card holders, and any passholders with a change in access from last season, (ie Mt. Ellen Only to All Mountain Access).

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2014/2015 Corporate Passes

  • The Corporate Pass program offers a discounted All Mountain Adult season pass with no restrictions or black-out dates. The program requires the purchase of a minimum of 10 passes by eligible employees and their spouses, validated by the company's Human Resources Department.

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2014/2015 Season Pass Referral Program

  • We want your friends to discover what you have, that a Sugarbush Season Pass is an essential piece of Winter gear. If you have purchased an Adult 2014/15 Season Pass of any kind and refer a new 2014/15 non-discounted Adult passholder, we'll hook you up with a Sugarbush Gift Card for each referral. For each Fancy Pass and All Mountain 7 referral, the referrer will be eligible for a $100 Sugarbush Gift Card. Mt Ellen, Mt Ellen Plus and All Mountain 5 referrals will be rewarded with a $50 Gift Card.

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Resort/Valley Discounts

  • All Resort and Adult 7 passholders can show their pass for discounts on resort lodging, dining, retail, lessons and golf green fees. All Resort and Adult All Mountain 7 passholders also receive discounts at a variety of local businesses.

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