Indy Pass - for small indy resorts

Discussion in 'General Resort Discussion' started by Tricia, Jan 23, 2019.

  1. bushpilot

    bushpilot Booting up Skier

    Apr 27, 2017
  2. Doug Fish

    Doug Fish In the Trees Skier

    Jan 24, 2019
    Portland Oregon
    Jim, The Indie resort compilation was a great piece, thanks. I appreciate also the list of reciprocal resorts who participate in the many season pass products that are available. the major difference between a reciprocal and the Indy Pass is price and frequency, Indy Pass will start only $199 for two days at each resort whereas season passes average about $650. For core skiers, 2 days at their home resort doesn't cut it and that's why they buy a season pass. The Indy Pass will serve two markets: 1. casual non-season pass buyers who ski less than 6x/season (about 75% of participants) and 2. Hard core adventurers who want to explore and visit some of the most enjoyable hidden gens in North America. Obviously, the Pugski aficionados fall into #2! the other major difference between a reciprocal season pass and Indy Pass is that every visit generates revenue for that resort. 85% of all revenue gets paid back to the resorts based on redemptions whereas reciprocal pass visits in many cases are free.

    Stay tuned to for more updates. Announcements about Midwest, Eastern and more West cost resorts are coming soon!
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  3. Itinerant skier

    Itinerant skier Putting on skis Skier

    Sep 11, 2017
    Nice adds to the Indy pass this week. I may end up buying a couple as stocking stuffers for friends

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