The best prices on a 2013/14 PCMR season pass are only available through September 15. Qualifying passholders get three “free days” at each of the following: Alta, Deer Valley and Snowbird. Youth and Teen passholders enjoy free lift access at five additional resorts, and PCMR season passes have no blackout dates, nor restrictions.
Press Release, Park City, Utah, September 5, 2013:
With best available pricing in its final days, now is the last chance to save on Park City Mountain Resort’s 50th anniversary season passes – all pass prices increase after Sunday, September 15.
New this season, passholders who add at least one “My Pass. My Way” option to their pass (Fast Tracks express lane access, night skiing/snowboarding privileges or underground parking) enjoy the “Best Benefit in the Wasatch:” three free days each at Alta, Deer Valley and Snowbird resorts. Passholders who already bought their 2013-14 pass without any add-ons are also available for this benefit when they upgrade their pass. Supplies are limited, as this pass benefit is offered on a limited-number basis.
Also new for 2013-14, all Youth and Teen season passholders get a License 2 Ride: free lift access at five more resorts across North America including Copper Mountain Resort, Killington Resort, Mt. Bachelor Resort, Boreal Mountain Resort and Las Vegas Ski and Snowbird Resort. Passholders 18 years and older receive 20% off lift tickets at those same participating resorts.
Season passes can be purchased online at parkcitymountain.com/pass, in person at the Resort Services Office in the resort plaza, or over the phone at (800) 222.PARK. Park City Mountain Resort season passes include no blackout dates and no restrictions.
About Park City Mountain Resort:
Consistently ranked among North America’s premier resorts by the ski and snowboard industry’s most respected publications, Park City Mountain Resort is located in the heart of Park City, Utah and is only a 35-minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport. This winter, Park City Mountain Resort celebrates its 50th anniversary. More information at parkcitymountain.com.