Sugar Bowl Resort announces 2010-11 season passes
March 24, 2010
Sugar Bowl Resort announced prices for its 2010-11 season passes, and brings to the table new value-driven incentives included with purchase.
All 2010-11 season passes will include unrestricted access to skiing and riding for the remainder of this season, starting April 5. The resort will remain open through April 25, giving 21 days of free late-season skiing and riding to all passholders during the 2009-10 season.
If a season pass is purchased prior to June 1, all season pass purchasers will receive 25,000 bonus CORE Reward points valid for the 2010-11 season, which can be redeemed for free items across the resort next season.
Current 2009-10 season passholders can use valid, already accrued CORE points to receive a discount on their 2010-11 season pass, using 50,000 points for a savings of $50. In addition, on General Admission Days, all Sugar Bowl season passholders receive free standard rentals for the day, and ages 4 and older receive a free two-hour group lesson at any level.
While certain access restrictions are in place based on pass type purchased, all 2010-11 Sugar Bowl season passes will have unrestricted access from opening day through Dec. 25, and from March 14 to closing date of the 2010-11 season.
Sugar Bowl offers numerous pass types, including a $99 unrestricted season pass for ages 5 and under and 70 and over, a $299 midweek pass for all ages, and an unrestricted adult season pass priced at $799. A total of 14 other pass types based on passholder age and level of restriction are offered, guaranteeing the perfect season pass for any skiing and riding schedule.
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Current price-points on Sugar Bowl season passes will remain at the early-season rate through Oct. 31, 2010. A complete list of pass types and pass prices can be found by visiting http://www.sugarbowl.com/passes. For more information visit http://www.sugarbowl.com or call (530) 426-9000.
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