Epic Passes go on sale today for next season at 20% lower rates
PARK CITY, Utah. — Today’s the day to plan your ski season for winter 2021/2022. Park City Mountain, the largest ski resort in the country, made news today with its announcement regarding a bold pricing structure for its Epic Pass. Across the board, a 20% reduction aims to include more skiers and riders more of the time at more places.
In a press release, Hannah Dixon, Park City Mountain Resort Communications Manager, gave us the goods:
- Epic Local Pass—available for $583 (down from $729 last season)
- Epic Pass—priced at $783 (down from $979)
- Epic Day Pass (1-7 Days)—gives guests the chance to visit resorts like Park City and Vail for just $87 with a 1-day pass (compared to a $219 lift ticket).
- The Epic Pass, Epic Local Pass and Epic 4-7 Day Pass also include select days at Snowbasin and Sun Valley Resorts – ideal for Utah skiers and riders.
- Epic SchoolKids is available to Utah children in K-5th grade for FREE, offering 5 days of free skiing or riding at Park City Mountain
“Today, as we double down on our pass strategy by dramatically reducing our pass prices, we are excited to make it easier for everyone to move into a pass, and we remain fully committed to ensuring continuous improvements in the guest experience,” said Dixon in the release.
The price reduction applies to the entire portfolio of the Company’s North American pass lineup, including Epic Pass, Epic Local Pass and Epic Day Pass; Whistler Blackcomb Unlimited, Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass and EDGE Cards; Summit Value Pass, Tahoe Local and Value Pass, and Northeast Value and Midweek Pass; Military Epic Pass and Adaptive Pass; and many more. Epic Pass products are now available to purchase at EpicPass.com for the 2021/22 winter season.