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Okemo season passes on sale at early-bird rates - Ultimate and Classic passes include new Epic benefits

 

LUDLOW, Vt. – Okemo Mountain Resort season passes for the 2018/2019 winter season are now on sale at early-bird rates. Skiers and snowboarders who purchase a season pass for next winter can get the best value by purchasing by April 30. 

Last winter, Okemo revised its lineup of season pass offerings, and introduced an all-new, bigger, better and bolder lineup of season passes. The same lineup (Ultimate, Classic and Midweek) returns for the 2018/2019 season with additional benefits, including 50 percent off lift access at Vail Resorts-owned mountain resorts. This new benefit, the result of Okemo’s new affiliation with Vail Resorts’ Epic Pass, applies only to Okemo’s Ultimate and Classic Passes. Also new for 2018/2019, Okemo Ultimate Season Pass holders get unlimited lift access at Okemo’s sister resort, Crested Butte Mountain Resort, in Colorado. Other new benefits include savings on dining, discounts on summer activities and events, and more. 

“We are having a great winter with plenty of snow and wonderful conditions,” said Okemo Vice President of Marketing Dave Kulis, “and while memories of the season are still fresh and top-of-mind, we want to invite skiers and riders to consider a season pass for next year by offering a creative selection of passes with great value.”

Okemo’s Adult Ultimate Season Pass, unrestricted skiing and riding with no blackout dates at Okemo and sister resorts, Mount Sunapee and Crested Butte, is available for $1,139, a savings of $480 off the full retail rate, if purchased by the early-bird deadline of April 30. Four additional age categories are discounted as well. Okemo offers price breaks on lift access for Juniors, 7 to 12; Young Adults, 13 to 18; Seniors, 65 to 69; Super Seniors, 70-plus. 

Okemo’s Classic Pass includes unrestricted skiing and riding, with no blackout dates, at Okemo and Mount Sunapee. Priced at $899 for an adult, if purchased by April 30, early purchase offers skiers and riders a savings of $476 off the full retail price. In addition to Okemo’s standard age-category pricing structure, this is the only pass with an additional category of 80-plus, offered at a rate of just $39.

Okemo’s Midweek Season Pass includes skiing and riding Monday through Friday, non-holiday days at Okemo and Mount Sunapee. Priced at $379 for ages 7 to 69, if purchased by April 30, early purchase offers skiers and riders, a savings of $220 off the full retail price. The Super Senior rate is $259, a savings of $170 when purchase by April 30.

Children 6 and younger ski for free every day at Okemo. They must have an Okemo Real.Easy RFID card to access lifts, and must be present at the ticket window prior to skiing or riding. Okemo’s Classic Pass is available to children 6 and younger for $39, allowing families to bypass the ticket window each time they visit and providing them with the convenience of going direct-to-lift all season long.

Anyone with a registered Okemo Real.Easy Card can purchase a season pass online at okemo.com and load their season pass onto their RFID-enabled card. Made of durable plastic, cards can last for years and Okemo’s Real.Easy Cards offer direct-to-lift convenience.

More information may be obtained by calling (802) 228-1600 or by visiting okemo.com.

 

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Contact: Bonnie MacPherson, director of public relations
Okemo Mountain Resort | 77 Okemo Ridge Road | Ludlow, VT 05149
802-228-1947 | pr@okemo.com