Ikon Ski Pass 2019/2020 Available For Sale! And Ski for Free the Rest of 2019!

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Next years IKON Ski pass is now available for sale and there are definitely some benefits for purchasing this early in the game. Similar to this past season, there are two options, one which will allow you to ski the participating mountains whenever you so desire and another one with a few blackout dates. If you are a ski family, getting this pass (or the EPIC pass which is also available for sale for 2019/2020) could absolutely save your family a boatload of money. We are on the East Coast so have yet to purchase one of these two passes, but we are definitely looking into it for next year. If you can plan your ski trips in advance (which we haven’t been able to do), this could be a great option for you.

Included Mountains

As of right now there are 38 mountains included in the pass, but as the year progresses we could also see more mountains added. There are 14 mountains where you get an unlimited number of days and then 23 mountains where the days are limited. With the restricted pass (less expensive option) you will not receive unlimited access at both Steamboat and Stratton, but instead just 5 days.

14 Mountains—Unlimited Access

  • Steamboat, CO
  • Winter Park Resort, CO
  • Copper Mountain Resort, CO
  • Eldora Mountain Resort, CO
  • Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, CA
  • Mammouth Mountain, CA
  • June Mountain, CA
  • Big Bear Mountain Resort, CA
  • Stratton, VT
  • Snowshow, WV
  • Crystal Mountain, MA
  • Tremblant, QC
  • Blue Mountain, OH
  • Solitude, UT

23 Mountains—Limited Access

  • Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, WY
  • Big Sky Resort, MT
  • Sugarbush Resort, VT
  • Boyne Highlands, MI
  • Boyne Mountain, MI
  • The Summit at Snoqualmie, WA
  • Revelstoke Mountain Resort, BC
  • Cypress, BC
  • Sunday River, ME
  • Sugarloaf, ME
  • Loon Mountain, NH
  • Taos, NM
  • Deer Valley Resort, UT
  • Brighton, UT
  • Thredbo, Australia
  • Niseko United, Japan
  • Valle Negado, Chile
  • Aspen Snowmass, CO
  • Alta Snowbird, UT
  • Killington-Pico, VT
  • Ski Big 3, AB
  • Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, Mt. Hutt, New Zealand

We are definitely looking forward to skiing more in 2019/2020!

Two Pass Options

There are two big differences between the two passes: 1) The more expensive pass has no blackout dates, while the less expensive pass has a few (major holidays), and 2) At the limited access mountains you get 7 days at each of the mountains with the more expensive pass, but only 5 days with the less expensive pass. As I said, if you can plan in advance, you’ll have a better idea which pass is better for you (if any).

Pass 1—Unrestricted

The unrestricted pass will cost an adult $949. This is definitely A LOT of money. It is pretty much the same cost as the all access EPIC pass.

Pass 2—Restrictions

The restricted pass is definitely a little bit less and will only cost $646. While this is still a lot of money, if you are able to plan accordingly you can save $300! Of course if your go to mountain is Steamboat, Colorado or Stratton, VT, then you’ll need the first pas to receive the unlimited access.

Ski the Rest of 2019!

If you purchase the pass now for the 2019/2020 ski season, you’ll actually receive free skiing for the rest of 2019 at select mountains. Unfortunately, none of them will help me out being in New England, but this could be a great opportunity to get another ski trip under your belt, especially with such an epic winter!

Immediately after purchase (March 5, 2019):

  • Big Bear Mountain Resort
  • Blue Mountain
  • Snowshoe

Starting April 8, 2019:

  • Winter Park Resort
  • Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows
  • Mammoth Mountain
  • Crystal Mountain
  • Solitude
  • Tremblant

Overall…

While this could absolutely help your family save some money on ski trips next year, plan ahead and see what makes the most sense. If you are looking to buy a pass, you might want to stick to just IKON mountains or just EPIC mountains for the year to save you money across the board.

Will you be purchasing a pass?

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