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Jackson Hole drops season pass price – to $1,255

The Associated Press

JACKSON, Wyo. – Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is slashing the August price of its all-mountain ski season pass to $1,255.

That is a 25 percent reduction from last year’s price of $1,670. The price increases to $1,570 after August.

The new deal is called the Grand Pass and offers unlimited skiing for the season with no restrictions. It marks the lowest price for an all-mountain pass at the resort since the 1980s.

The resort’s new pricing plan comes as a value for some, but also features changes that will affect large families. Children ages six to 14 will now need a $149 pass to receive season-long lift access next winter.

Previously, the resort allowed free passes and discounts for young children.


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