Copper's Four Pass Returns For Holiday Season
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Copper Mountain, CO-December 2, 2002 (Press Release)
Copper Mountain Resort announcedthe return of its Four Pass today, allowing Front Range skiers and riders toski or snowboard four days this season for just $89. The perfect holidaygift, Four Passes are available exclusively at King Soopers locationsthroughout the Front Range beginning today, and will be available for alimited time, or while supplies last – through December 20, 2002.Additionally, when King Soopers customers spend $50 or more with theirSooper Card, they will receive a $10 off coupon to apply towards their FourPass purchase, bringing the price down to the early season rate of just $79.
With over eight feet of snow having fallen already this season and the bestearly season conditions in resort history, the Copper Mountain Four Pass isthe ideal holiday gift for Front Range snow sports enthusiasts. For thosewho took advantage of the early season snowfall and have already used theirFour Pass multiple times, this is their chance to purchase another Four Passand access Summit County Colorado’s largest, least crowded resort for just$22.25 per day.
Copper’s Four Pass is a pre-loaded card. Each time it is scanned at aCopper Mountain ticket window a day is subtracted from the card. Four Passcards are non-transferable and only one lift ticket will be issued per card,per day. Not related to Copper’s season pass and Copper Card program,Copper Club discounts do not apply to the Four Pass and certain restrictionsapply. The Four Pass is not valid December 26-29, 2002; January 1-3; 18-19, 2003; February 15-16, 2003 and March 8 & 15, 2003.
For more information on the Copper Mountain Four Pass, or for a listing of aKing Soopers store near you, call (800) 458-8386, ext. 4INFO or visit www.fourpass.com.