With winter looming, resorts are offering 2002-2003 season passes now. Don’t miss out on some great bargains; check below for your favorite resort. If you know of any great Season Pass deals we haven’t mentioned let us know. Email us at
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Deer Valley, Utah
Now is your chance to get a taste of Olympic ski hills at a reasonable price. For the same price as some of the events the February Olympics saw, you can now purchase a ski pass to Deer Valley. Adult passes are $1,200 with additional adults (spouses or dependents) priced at $900. Child, teen and senior passes are also available at pre-season rates, starting at $315. The prices are only good through October 31, which gives you a little time.
To buy a Deer Valley Season Pass call 800-424-DEER (3337)
Jiminy Peak and Brodie Mountain, Mass.
You just can’t pass up this two for one deal on the East Coast. Ski two mountains with just one pass. The 2002-2003 Tow Mountain Anytime Season Pass is good for skiing at Jiminy Peak and Brodie Mountain any day of the week and costs $549. Or you can opt for the 2-5-7 Pass, which offers the same two mountains Monday through Fridays and every night after 3 p.m. for only $257. Either of these passes, or individual Jiminy Peak and Brodie Mountain Passes, is valid for the rest of the 2001-2002 season. These great prices are only good though May 31.
To purchase these passes stop by the Season Pass window in Crane Lodge, call 888-4-JIMINY or 413-738-5500 ext. 309
Park City Mountain Resort is currently offering Early Bird pricing on a variety of season pass products. The Early Bird sale is available to new purchasers and renewal customers, with online renewals offering the most favorable pricing on most passes.
Available for Early Bird purchase and renewal are Park City MountainResort’s Full (adult, youth and child), Midweek, Family, Senior and Military Season Passes (in-person purchase required for Military Passes). These passes must be purchased between June 1-July 30 to qualify for Early Bird pricing. Pass holders of paid 2001-2002 season passes will be protected from price increases if they renew online during the Early Bird period, even if they switch to a different pass product.
Also, the Resort is offering new purchases and in-person or online renewals of the Utah K-12 Student Pass ($99 for all Utah K-12 students through September 30, increasing to $149 for both renewals and new purchases on October 1).
The Resort also announces the return of a new and improved Utah Locals Celebration Pass for $175, only available June 1-Sept. 30. Another Utah resident pass, the EZ Access 10, will be offered from June 1-Nov. 15, and lowest pricing for online renewals.
To check out the full details, including perks, deadlines, usage and purchase conditions, log on to the Resort’swebsite at www.parkcitymountain.com
Sierra-at-Tahoe has jumped on the group rate bandwagon. New in 2002-2003, the resort is offering Full Season Unrestricted passes for only $289. The catch? The group has to be 10 or more people. Call Bulk Season Pass Hotline at 530-659-7453 x136 before July 19. If you can’t gather 10 of your friends together Adult passes are only $399 if you buy them before July 19, and young adult passes (13-22) are $209. Quantities are limited on the early season deals at Sierra, and prices increase July 20.
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Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort announce it will offer a free one-night stay at the Cliff Lodge, a free summer season Tram pass, a free Mountain School lesson and discount coupons to skiers and snowboarders who purchase season passes by July 31, 2002.
$99 Student Unlimited Pass–This Tram and Chairs or Chairs-only season pass for students grades K-12 must be purchased with an adult Snowbird Season Pass program. $199 without an adult purchase. Includes all “Early Bird Freebies” except room if purchased before July 31. No blackout dates.
$299 Perfect 10 Chairlift Pass–10 days of skiing and riding for $29.90 per day. This pass is fully transferable but only valid for one person per day.Includes free room, lesson, summer Tram pass and discounts if purchased before July 31. No blackout dates.
$399 College Student Unlimited Chairlift Pass–Good on any of Snowbird’s 10 chairlifts that access the whole mountain, purchasers must present proof of full-time enrollment. Includes free room, lesson, summer Tram pass and discounts if purchased before July 31. No blackout dates.
$799 Unlimited Chairlift Pass–Good any time on any of Snowbird’schairlifts, this pass includes a free room at the Cliff, lesson, summer season pass and discounts if purchased before July 31, 2002. No blackout dates.
$899 Snowbird Unlimited Pass–Good any time on any of Snowbird’s chairlifts or the Tram, this pass includes a free room at the Cliff, lesson, summer season pass and discounts if purchased before July 31, 2002. No blackout dates.For season ticket sales, call (801) 933-2215 or buy online atwww.snowbird.com
Sugar Bowl, Calif.
Get a jump-start on California skiing by getting your 2002-2003 season pass now. Prices are at there lowest until July 31, then they begin to rise to full price. Don’t miss out on an Unrestricted Adult pass for only $799. Or ski only midweek and pay only $399 for an adult pass. Sugar Bowl also offers Family Season Passes with prices starting at $799 for the first parent and $749 for the spouse. The family passes are also reduced until July 31, so jump on it! All passes are good for skiing for the remainder of this season.
To get a Sugar Bowl individual or Family Season Pass order online at, or call 530.426.9000.