Reminder: Epic Pass prices increase after Memorial Day

PARK CITY, Utah. — On May 2, Vail Resorts pushed the first Epic Pass price increase up to Monday, May 30, making it the last day for skiers and riders to get the lowest price on an Epic Pass, plus two Buddy Tickets to give to friends and family, and to take advantage of flexible payment options.

Epic Pass Holders can begin using their 2022-23 Epic Pass benefits with exclusive early access to the Summer Escape Sale. Holders can enjoy an additional 20% off the already discounted rates, for more than 30% savings at Vail Resorts owned and operated properties in North America, including the Grand Summit Hotel in Park City.

Pass Holders now can purchase any Epic Pass product using Epic FlexPay, which enables easy monthly payment installments. After Memorial Day, Epic FlexPay will continue to be available with zero down payment and zero interest, however payments will no longer be deferred until September.

Additionally, all passes come with Epic Mountain Rewards, which offers summer benefits, including Summer Scenic Lift Rides and discounted Bike Haul Passes at Park City Mountain, plus 20% off on-mountain food, lodging, bike rentals and golf.

Popular pass options include:

  • Epic Pass: Currently priced at $841, provides unlimited, unrestricted access to 40 resorts, from local ski areas to bucket list destinations.
  • Epic Local Pass: Currently priced at $626, provides unlimited, unrestricted access to 29 resorts.
  • Epic Day Pass: Starting as low as $44 for an Epic 1-Day Pass, provides flexible days for up to 65% off compared to lift ticket prices.
  • Regional Passes: For those who want to ski or ride locally.

For additional information and pricing, individuals can check out the Epic Pass website here.

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