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Park City, Utah June 11, 2004 – Park City Mountain Resort offers lastseason’s prices on 2004-2005 season passes. Season passes are currentlyon sale with the best deals available if purchased before September 15,2004.
“We are committed to providing our guests the best experience at ParkCity Mountain Resort and are pleased to hold our season pass prices flat to last year,” said Julie Hopkins, director of marketing and sales for Park City Mountain Resort. “We will open the Resort one week earlier this winter season on November 13 to provide our guests the most days on the mountain possible.”
Early-bird rates for 2004-2005 Season passes are as follows:
Adult Full Season Fast Tracks $850
Adult EZ Access Fast Tracks (10 days)$420
Utah Celebration Pass (5 days)$175
Senior Season Pass (ages 65-69)$380
Youth Season Pass (ages 13-18)$670
EZ Access Fast Tracks pass (7-12)$200
Child Season Pass (ages 7-12)$310
Young Adult (ages 19-23) and College$450
Utah Student Season Pass (ages 7-12)$149
Utah Student Season Pass (ages13-18)$99Fast Tracks passes provide access to express lanes at the Resort’s fourbusiest lifts. They are free with the purchase of an Adult Full SeasonPass, Adult EZ Access Pass or Child EZ Access Pass. The other passes can be upgraded to Fast Tracks for $100. Park City Mountain Resort season passes carry a variety of value-addedbenefits including: free lift-served mountain biking during the summerseason; free underground parking; a 10 percent discount at the Resort’srestaurants; discounts at Park City Mountain Rentals and Legacy Sports;and inclusion in special in-season offers.Early bird season pass prices are good through September 15, 2004 andmay be purchased online at www.parkcitymountain.com or in the ResortServices Office located in the Resort Plaza. Pass prices will increaseafter September 15, 2004.