Ski area unveils 2009-10 season pass rates

Adult pass costs $879 with reduced price through June 1

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To buy a season pass at pre-season rates, visit www.steamboat.com... or call Steamboat Central Reservations at 1-877-276-2628.

— A 2009-10 adult season pass to Steamboat Ski Area costs $879 through June 1, as part of a new pre-season rates package.

Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. and parent company Intrawest announced the 2009-10 season pass rates today, touting the $879 price as "the lowest level in nearly a decade." Buyers can secure the price with a $100 non-refundable deposit before June 1, then pay the remainder before Oct. 1 as part of the new pre-season price period.

Those who buy an adult season pass before June 1 are also eligible to buy four $50 lift tickets for friends and family on any day of the 2009-10 season, Ski Corp. stated in a news release, and can also add unlimited access to Copper Mountain and Winter Park, known as the Rocky Mountain Ultimate Pass, for $40. Adding access to Copper Mountain and Winter Park cost $75 for the 2008-09 season, and $50 in 2007-08.

The Ultimate Pass add-on costs $60 after June 1, and $75 after Nov. 20.

"Steamboat knows that value is at the forefront of everyone's mind these days," Rob Perlman, vice president of sales and marketing for Ski Corp., said in the release.

A teen season pass, for 13- to 17-year-olds, costs $479 before June 1. A child's pass costs $269 and a senior's pass costs $349 before that date.

From June 2 through Aug. 14, a 2009-10 adult season pass costs $999, a $20 increase from the 2008-09 price of $979.

The 47th winter season at Steamboat Ski Area is expected to run from Nov. 25 through April 11, 2010.

To buy a season pass at pre-season rates, visit www.steamboat.com/seasonpass or call Steamboat Central

Reservations at 1-877-276-2628.

Comments

howard_roark 5 years, 8 months ago

Thank you!!

Any guesses on merchant pass prices?

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