Sugarbush Launches 2021/22 Passes at Lowest Rates Through May 4th

03/09/2021

Warren, VT (March 9, 2021) – On Thursday, March 11th, Sugarbush will launch its 2021/22 season passes to the public. Those who purchase a pass this spring can enjoy free skiing and riding starting April 5th while Ikon Pass holders renewing their passes can save up to $100. Passes are broken out into four main categories: Ikon Pass, Ikon Base Pass, Sugarbush Premium Pass, and Sugarbush Value Pass. Other popular offerings including the Sugarbush Boomer Pass, Sugarbush Early Ups Pass, and Ikon Session 4-Day Pass are also all returning next season.

The Premium Pass offers unlimited skiing and riding at both of Sugarbush’s mountains, plus 50% off lift tickets to all other resorts included in the Mountain Collective (excluding Sugarbush). The Premium Pass is just $15 for children four and under, $389 for ages 13-29, $169 for ages 80-89, and free for those ninety and older. Adults ages 30-79 will need to purchase an IKON Pass for full Sugarbush access. Premium Passes include a number of benefits along with the Mountain Collective discount. These include 20-30% off lodging, 20% off adult group lessons, 10% off tuning services, golf greens fees, and retail, 40% off Health & Recreation Center Winter 6 Month Passes, 15% off Rumble’s Bistro & Bar, Hogan’s Pub, and retail, 50% off private golf lessons, and Ski with Me Tickets, which allow Premium Passholders ages 13+ to get ten 25% off lift tickets,. A Summer Lift Pass can be added for just $25, Mountain Bike Lift Access for $75, and Early Ups Access can be added for $329. Discounted golf memberships are also available.

The Value Pass offers daily access to Mt. Ellen, midweek non-holiday skiing at Lincoln Peak, and early/late season access to Lincoln Peak when Mt. Ellen is closed. The Value Pass is just $199 for ages 5-12, $279 for ages 13-29, and $599 for ages 30-79. Value passes include eight “Ski with Me Tickets”, 20-30% off lodging, 25% off All Mountain Day Tickets for the passholder when their pass is restricted, 10% off tuning services, Rumble’s Bistro & Bar, Hogan’s Pub, golf greens fees, and retail and 50% off private golf lessons. Value Passes can add a Summer Lift Pass for $50. A Summer Lift Pass can be added for just $25, Mountain Bike Lift Access for $75, and Early Ups Access can be added for $329. Discounted golf memberships are also available.

The Ikon Pass offers unlimited, 7-day, and 7-day combined access to 43 destinations around the world, with no blackout dates. At Sugarbush, that means the Ikon Pass allows for unlimited skiing and riding at both mountains. The Ikon Pass is $149 for ages 4 and under, $219 for ages 5-12, $739 for ages 13-22, and $999 for ages 23 and older. Military, nurse, and college discounts are also available. Ikon Passes come with all the same Sugarbush benefits as Sugarbush Premium Passes aside from 50% off Mountain Collective Resorts, and with the addition of 15% off all food, as well as a host of other benefits not related to Sugarbush. Summer lift access is included with the pass, Mountain Bike Lift Access is available for $75, and Early Ups Access can be added for $329. Discounted golf memberships are also available.

The Ikon Base Pass offers unlimited, 5-day and 5-day combined access at 41 destinations, with select blackout dates. At Sugarbush that means daily access to both of Sugarbush’s mountains with blackout dates 12/25/21-1/2/22, 1/15/22-1/17/22, and 2/19/22-2/27/22. The Ikon Pass is $99 for ages 4 and under, $179 for ages 5-12, $559 for ages 13-22, and $729 for ages 23 and older. Military, nurse, and college discounts are also available. Ikon Base Passes come with all the same benefits as Sugarbush Value Passes with the addition of 10% off food. Summer lift access is included with the pass, Mountain Bike Lift Access is available for $75, and Early Ups Access can be added for $329. Discounted golf memberships are also available.

In addition to those four main passes, Sugarbush is bringing back the Boomer Pass at just $199. Boomer Passes are available for skiers or riders ages 65-89 and offer midweek non-holiday skiing at both mountains. Boomer Passes get eight Ski with Me Tickets, 25% off All Mountain Day Tickets for the passholder, 15% off Sunday-Thursday lodging, and can add Summer Mountain Bike Lift Access for $75.

The resort plans to remain open daily through Sunday, April 25th and then reopen for a final weekend on May 1st and 2nd. Each winter, Sugarbush typically looks to open the Saturday before Thanksgiving.

For full information, on Ikon Passes, Sugarbush Passes, and their benefits, visit https://www.sugarbush.com/plan/season-passes/.

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