Get your 2015-16 Tahoe Super Pass with a worry-free guarantee

Get your 2015-16 Tahoe Super Pass with a worry-free guarantee

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Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows has announced that its 2015-16 Tahoe Super Pass is officially on sale. New for this year, it’s easier than ever for skiers (and snowboarders) to commit to the purchase of next year’s pass with the resort’s “worry-free guarantee.”

The all-new “worry-free guarantee” includes the ability for those who purchase the Silver or Gold 2015-16 Tahoe Super Pass to roll-over up to four unused days during the 2015-16 winter season for credit toward the purchase of a 2016-17 Tahoe Super Pass.

“By introducing the ‘worry-free guarantee,’ the intention is to provide our pass holders with reassurance that they will realize the full value of their season pass purchase,” states Andy Wirth, President and CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings. “If they are unable to for any reason, they will receive credit toward the purchase of their 2016-17 Tahoe Super Pass.”

This new inclusion makes pulling the trigger on a multi-mountain season pass easier than ever before. So, if you live anywhere near these Tahoe resorts, you should definitely keep this awesome deal on your radar.

For more information on the 2015-16 Tahoe Super Pass, see the press release provided below.

Press Release:

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is making it easier than ever for skiers and snowboarders to commit to the purchase of next winter’s season pass. The resort announced it is offering an unprecedented “worry-free guarantee” to those who purchase the 2015-16 Gold or Silver Tahoe Super Pass. The “worry-free guarantee” includes the ability to roll over up to four unused days during the 2015-16 winter season for credit toward the purchase of a 2016-17 Tahoe Super Pass.

“We recognize it can be challenging for skiers and riders to commit to a season pass purchase when they don’t know how often they’ll actually be able to ski the following winter season due to reasons that may be out of their control,” said Andy Wirth, president and chief executive officer of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings. “By introducing the ‘worry-free guarantee,’ the intention is to provide our pass holders with reassurance that they will realize the full value of their season pass purchase. If they are unable to for any reason, they will receive credit toward the purchase of their 2016-17 Tahoe Super Pass.”

The Tahoe Super Pass provides access to the best mountains, best terrain, and best variety in Tahoe – all on one pass. With skiing and riding at Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, additional days at Sugar Bowl and Sierra-at-Tahoe, and the introduction of the “worry-free guarantee,” the Tahoe Super Pass is unmatched when it comes to value and flexibility.

How the “worry-free guarantee” works:

• If the pass holder skis or rides less than five days on their 2015-16 Tahoe Super Pass, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows will credit them up to four days toward the purchase of their 2016-17 Tahoe Super Pass.

• If the pass holder does not ski or ride at all during the 2015-16 season, four days will be automatically credited toward the purchase of their 2016-17 Tahoe Super Pass.

• The “worry-free guarantee” is only available on Gold and Silver Tahoe Super Pass purchases made by May 7, 2015. Restrictions apply. Pass holders will receive the following credit amount to be used toward the purchase of a Silver or Gold 2016-17 Tahoe Super Pass based on pass type and age group for each unused day up to 4 days.

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2015-16 Tahoe Super Pass Options Resort guests interested in purchasing their 2015-16 Tahoe Super Pass this spring are invited to turn in their daily 2014-15 lift ticket the day of purchase for credit toward the season pass of their choice. With five different season pass options, pass holders have the ability to select the pass that’s best for them.

• Silver – Available for $559 USD for adults, $409 USD for young adults (13-22) and seniors (65-75), $239 USD for children (5-12) and super seniors (76+), the Silver Tahoe Super Pass includes the “worry-free guarantee,” skiing and riding at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows with only 10 blackout dates during the 2015-16 season, the ability to purchase discounted lift tickets for friends and family, two days of skiing or riding at Sierra-at-Tahoe, and two days at Sugar Bowl.

• Gold – With no blackout dates during the 2015-16 season, the Gold Tahoe Super Pass is available for $789 USD for adults, $619 USD for young adults (13-22) and seniors (65-75), $319 USD for children (5-12) and super seniors (76+) and includes unlimited skiing and riding at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, the “worry-free guarantee,” discounted friends and family lift tickets, four days of skiing or riding at Sierra-at-Tahoe, four days at Sugar Bowl, and 50 percent discount on lift tickets at Mountain Collective resorts throughout the season.

• Bronze – Available for a limited time and in limited supply, the Bronze Tahoe Super Pass is $349 USD for adults and includes skiing and riding at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows with 29 blackout dates during the 2015-16 season.

• Bronze Plus – Starting at $499 USD for adults, $349 USD for young adults (13-22) and seniors (65-75). The Bronze Plus Tahoe Super Pass includes skiing and riding at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, the ability to purchase discounted friends and family lift tickets, and 17 blackout dates during the 2015-16 season.

• College – College students will enjoy unlimited skiing and riding with no blackout dates during the 2015-16 season at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, as well as discounted lift tickets for friends and family for just $409 USD.

Pass holder Benefits

In addition to providing access to some of the best skiing and riding in the country, the Tahoe Super Pass also offers members-only benefits including:

• Worry-Free Guarantee (for Gold and Silver pass holders who purchase before May 7, 2015)

• 10 percent off food and beverage at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows-owned locations

• 20 percent off drop-in classes and packs at Wanderlust Yoga Studio in the Village at Squaw Valley

• Ski all day on blackout dates for discounted rates

• Retail discounts at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows-owned locations

• 50 percent off demo skis and snowboards

• Dawn Patrol – exclusive access to untouched corduroy or fresh powder (weather dependent)

• Discounts on private lessons and kids group lessons (restrictions apply)

• Up to six discounted friends and family lift tickets (depends on pass type)

TERMS & CONDITIONS: When pass holders ski their fifth day of the 2015-16 season, the “worry-free” rollover benefit is no longer valid. Only unused days up to the fifth day may be rolled over. The “worry-free guarantee” is only available on Gold and Silver passes purchased before May 7, 2015. May only be used in the 2016-17 season and has no cash value. Days at Sugar Bowl and Sierra-at-Tahoe count toward days skied, however paid visits on pass holder blackout dates do not count toward days skied on the pass. Days skied during spring 2014-15 do not count toward days skied during 2015-16 season. Paid visits on pass holder blackout dates do not count toward days used. Worry-Free Guarantee credit can be used toward the same pass type purchased or higher; credit from a Gold pass can be used toward another Gold pass and Silver credit can be used toward a Silver or Gold pass.

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