Ikon Pass Details Are Out

Discussion in 'General Resort Discussion' started by Andrew Pitts, Feb 22, 2018.

  1. bbinder

    bbinder Out on the slopes Skier

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    Direct to lift at Sugarbush.
     
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  2. Wilhelmson

    Wilhelmson Out on the slopes Skier

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    Killington had some issues earlier this year but is now direct to lift.

    At Loon you have to get a ticket at the window.

    Stratton (owned by Alterra) was direct to lift.
     
  3. raytseng

    raytseng Out on the slopes Skier

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    There's a webpage discussing how to use your pass/get your ticket. They sent it to me in one of their email campaigns. This should be the end of this question.
    https://www.ikonpass.com/en/how-to-use-your-ikon-pass

    You should search your destination +ikon too to find out any special instructions; e.g. at Deer Valley also reserve your ticket.
     
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  4. mdf

    mdf entering the Big Couloir Skier

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    Thanks. You would think this would be a faq. I never managed to find it on my own.
     
  5. Brad J

    Brad J Getting on the lift Skier

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    Went to Sugarbush Saturday and had to get it scanned in guest services ,then its used as a RIFD card, no problems
     


  6. Sibhusky

    Sibhusky Making fresh tracks Skier

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    I agree. Had to look up ours. 6 & under is free. 7-12 is, WORST CASE, $41. Three cheers for being an independent resort.

    Even adult tickets aren't $90.
     
  7. Seldomski

    Seldomski Paralysis by analysis Skier

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    Direct to lift at Snowmass and Aspen (Ajax).

    Deer Valley has a form you can fill out online to reserve days. In my case, we were doing the Mahre Camp. I reserved the days online, and the ski school was smart enough to put the lift tickets directly in the welcome packet. Deer Valley link: https://ikonres.deervalley.com/

    Just logged back into the ikon pass website. There's not much there. I thought maybe they would store what mountains you had been to or # days left, but nope.
     
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  8. Phelmut

    Phelmut German for Northeasterner Skier

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    They're probably hoping you forget you used up your days and get suckered into a full price ticket, which would really suck.
     
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    Andrew Pitts

    Andrew Pitts Booting up Skier

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    Looks like Ikon Pass now on sale for 2019-2020: https://www.ikonpass.com/. If I'm remembering last year, prices up a healthy amount from last year.
     
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  10. Jilly

    Jilly Lead Cougar Skier

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    $599 last year for the base pass.
     
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  11. surfsnowgirl

    surfsnowgirl loves soft bumps, trees and ungroomed Skier

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    Goes on sale March 5th. I believe the starting price for the IKON base pass was $599 when they first went on sale in March of 2018. We have decided not to IKON next year.
     
  12. pete

    pete not peace but 2 Beers! Skier

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    My recollection was when first on sale, $599 for base, $899 for full, this year up a bit but less so if renewing which is a good strategy (well, not from my side of the fence)

    It seems they've added (less I missed) a youth up to age 22 which I don't recall. Simply as I recall my two older kids were/are over 18 and I'd have had to pay the $599 base.

    Most this I recall simply from logistics of the RMSP+ pricing comparisons that I used as that is what we used to buy.
     
  13. socalgal

    socalgal Out on the slopes Skier

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    They are offering a payment plan this time around as well. $199 upfront, then 4 monthly payments.

    I am unsure as to when the child discount will go away. Last year it was for a shorter time than the initial "early bird" pricing window. This time it seems to be all the same time frame.
     
  14. marjoram_sage

    marjoram_sage newly addicted to skiing Skier

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    good to see that the destinations I care about are still on the pass for 2020 (Big Sky, Deer Valley, Alta, Taos).
     
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  15. coskigirl

    coskigirl Making fresh tracks Skier

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    First post of this thread says $599/$899 last year so for those renewing only a $20 increase if done by 4/24.
     
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  16. David Chaus

    David Chaus If I am skiing the world is a perfect place. Skier

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    Looks like a pass purchased this spring allows spring skiing for the rest of the year at selected resorts. It’d be nice to know which resorts; one would hope it’s the resorts which stay open later in the season, conditions allowing (Squaw, Mammoth, Snowbird, maybe Crystal).
     
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  17. Jtlange

    Jtlange Getting on the lift Skier

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    Its in the FAQ

    https://www.ikonpass.com/en/spring-skiing

    Immediately after purchase (March 5, 2019):

    • Big Bear Mountain Resort
    • Blue Mountain
    • Snowshoe Mountain
    Starting April 8, 2019:

    • Winter Park Resort
    • Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows
    • Mammoth Mountain
    • Crystal Mountain
    • Solitude
    • Tremblant
     
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  18. blackke17

    blackke17 I'd rather be at Alta Skier

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    trying to get us to commit early.

    if Alta drops out of the IKON i'd go back to a ALTA/BIRD season pass in a hurry
     
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  19. coskigirl

    coskigirl Making fresh tracks Skier

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    They appear to be staying.

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  20. 4aprice

    4aprice Getting on the lift Skier

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    Back on board for only $20 more:thumb: Noticed Pico is included in the advert. (though combined with Killington days) really giving us 6 eastern Mountains (Sugarbush is 2 mtns to me along with K) to play on in VT/NH (Maine is too far thus off my radar). Along with our Colorado and Utah trips and of course the local bump (Camelback PA - no increase in their pass price next year) it looks like I'm set again for another season for only $20 more. I'm sold
     
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