Epic Pass now on sale for 2023-24 season

PARK CITY, Utah —  The winter season might be far from over, but it’s not early to look toward next year, as 2023-24 Epic Pass is now on sale.

The standard Epic Pass, which allows for unlimited and unrestricted access to 42 resorts, will cost $909. While up by $68 from the previous year, it is still below the 202o-21 season cost of $979.

The pass also features access to additional partners bringing the available resort total to more than 80, including the newly announced partnership with Disentis Ski Area in Switzerland.

The local pass will cost $676, with unlimited and unrestricted access to 29 resorts along with peak restricted access to resorts such as Park City Mountain. The customizable Epic Day Pass is also available for purchase with day pricing starting at $86.

New for the 2023-24 season is the mobile pass, which allows skiers and snowboarders to simply have their phone in their pocket and get scanned.

The mobile pass works with the use of Bluetooth Low Energy technology and the My Epic app, which replaces the Epic Mix app. The physical plastic version of the Epic Pass will still be available for those who do not wish to use their phone as their pass.

In addition to acting as an Epic Pass, the My Epic app will also contain an interactive map, real-time lifeline wait times, a direct line to Ski Patrol, a resort charge linked to Epic Mountain Rewards via a barcode, and other features.

Pass holders will receive 20% off of on-mountain food and drinks, lodging, group ski and ride school lessons, equipment rentals, and other benefits. At eligible resorts, summer benefits are also available.

More information on Epic Pass pricing, benefits, and where to purchase can be found on the Vail Resorts and Epic Pass websites.


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