Early Bird and Spring Bird Skiing Discounts

Some people are planners. Others ride things out to the bitter end. No matter which camp you’re in, you can enjoy discounted skiing in Utah! 2019/2020 season passes are already on sale at their lowest prices, while Snowbird is taking advantage of last winter’s copious snowfall and keeping the lifts turning late into spring with discounted ticket prices.

For all my planners out there, this one’s for you. Early bird season pass pricing for 2019/2020 is available today for resorts throughout Utah. As the ongoing season pass wars engulf more resorts each day, ownership groups are pushing to incentivize preseason commitment, so they aren’t as dependent on unreliable snow totals for robust sales. If you’re the kind of skier who’s going to head to the mountain regardless of how epic the conditions are, take advantage of the evolving sales model and buy sooner than later.

2019/2020 Passes Available Now

Epic Passes and Ikon Passes are also on sale now, and the prices will only go up from here. A full Epic Pass costs $939, but if you aren’t flush with cash at the moment, you can lock in that price with $49 deposit—the remainder is due in the fall. A full Ikon Pass costs $1,049, all of which is due at checkout, so you may want to purchase the optional pass insurance for $62.94. As an added value, a 2019/2020 Ikon Pass purchase includes spring access to Ikon Pass resorts which are still open this spring including—and brings us to our next point—Snowbird.

Skiing Discounts
Spring skiing at Snowbird. Warmer weather. Same great terrain.

Snowbird is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday for as long as conditions will allow. The expected closing date is Father’s Day— Sunday, June 16— but Snowbird’s been known to stay open through Independence Day when the snowpack is plentiful like it is this spring. The bird, indeed, is the word. Best of all, you can shred Snowbird’s famed terrain in a Hawaiian shirt and sunglasses this spring for just $75, and prices will continue to drop as the season nears its end.

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Tony Gill
Tony Gillhttps://www.saltlakemagazine.com/
Tony Gill is the outdoor and Park City editor for Salt Lake Magazine and previously toiled as editor-in-chief of Telemark Skier Magazine. Most of his time ignoring emails is spent aboard an under-geared single-speed on the trails above his home.

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