Announcing Our Season Passes

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Today we launched our season pass campaign for the 2020/21 season. This announcement comes a bit earlier than in prior years, with our deadline being slightly earlier as well. These prices are good until April 22nd.

The Ikon Pass will be available at the early-season price of $999 and the Ikon Base Pass can be purchased for $699. However, any existing Ikon or Sugarbush passholder will be eligible for a special renewal discount of $100 off the Ikon Pass and $50 of the Ikon Base Pass during the spring sales period.

An Ikon Pass allows you to ski any day at Sugarbush and all the other 14 Alterra-owned resorts and 7 days at the other Ikon partner resorts. The Ikon Base Pass allows you to visit Alterra-owned resorts just like the Ikon Pass and 5 days at partner resorts, with a few holiday restrictions. To find a full listing of Alterra-owned and partner resorts, please visit www.ikonpass.com.

While I know that many of you will choose one of the Ikon passes, we want to meet the needs of everyone in our community. So Sugarbush will once again be offering many of the unique passes we have developed over the past few years. Notably, we will continue our Boomer Midweek, Value, Young Adult passes for ages 13 to 29, and College passes. And we will continue our partnership with Mad River Glen on the Double Major College Pass. You can view full details on all our pass options on our website. We’ve also created a special pass guide to help you match the type of skiing and resort exploration you would like to do next winter with the appropriate product. After you have reviewed the various options, please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions.

We are excited to be offering the Ikon passes to our community and are pleased that we can continue with many of our unique Sugarbush passes as well.

Even though we are already thinking about next season, there is still plenty of this winter left to enjoy. February 29th marks our 100th day of the season, and we are anticipating that we still have 56 more lift-accessed days of skiing before we shut down on May 3rd.

Best Regards,
Win Smith