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Ski pass prices go up after Labor Day

VAIL ” Prices of certain Vail Resorts ski passes will go up after Labor Day.

Beginning Friday, skiers and snowboarders can buy the Colorado Pass or Buddy Pass at last spring’s prices. The Colorado Pass will be sold $349 for adults, $199 for teens (ages 13-18) and $149 for children (ages 5 to 12) and the Buddy Pass at $309.

Two of the largest ski and snowboard sales take place this weekend ” Colorado Ski and Golf’s Ski-Rex in Aurora and Sniagrab at the Gart Sports Castle in Denver. Vail Resorts will set up camp at the events. Both passes will also be sold at all other Front Range Colorado Ski and Golf and REI locations.



Vail Resorts will also sell two different “Four Packs” with a Keystone-only option at $89 and a Keystone-Arapahoe Basin-Breckenridge option at $109. Each Four Pack offers four days of skiing throughout the 2005-2006 winter season, with the exception of Nov. 25-26 and Dec. 27-31, 2005, and Jan. 14-15, Feb. 18-19 and March 4, 11, 18 and 25, 2006.

On Tuesday, the Colorado Pass will increase to $369 for adults, $249 for teens and $169 for children, and the Buddy Pass to $329, for both new and existing pass holders.



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