Vail "super sizes" Epic Pass
VAIL ” Skiers and snowboarders who purchase or renew their Epic Passes for next ski season are also eligible for lodging deals throughout Vail this ski season.
The Vail Epic Spring program makes pass-buyers eligible for lodging from $99 to $199 per night through April 19.
In addition, pass-buyers will be eligible to receive the following through the remainder of this ski season:
– 10 percent discount on domestic American Airlines flights into Vail-Eagle County Regional Airport or Denver International Airport in addition to already low fares,
– 30 percent discount on ski and snowboard rentals at any Vail Sports location,
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– 50 percent discount on all private lessons with the Vail Snowsports School,
– One free Vail lift ticket for each night of lodging booked for new Epic Pass purchasers, and
– Hundreds of last-minute offers throughout Vail via the “Vail All The Love” program (www.vailallthelove.com).
“This is another example of Vail Resorts, the town of Vail and the business community collaborating to offer the industry-leading experience, value and service that our guests have come to expect,” said Adam Sutner, director of sales and marketing for Vail Mountain.
The 2009-2010 Epic Pass is now on sale for last year’s introductory pricing of $579 for adults and $279 for children, ages 5-12, for unrestricted skiing and snowboarding at all five Vail Resorts ” Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Heavenly ” as well as at Arapahoe Basin. Guests can lock in the current pricing with a $49 down payment through April 9 with the remainder due in the fall.
Epic Season Pass purchasers will continue to receive exclusive offers and promotions for lodging, dining, ski rentals, equipment, ski school and special events for the 2009-2010 ski and snowboard season as part of the Epic Pass Club. All Vail Resorts season passes will continue to utilize the new, state-of-the-art Radio Frequency Technology for an “easy scan” process that gives skiers and snowboarders the option to keep their pass zipped inside their jacket while getting “scanned” in lift lines at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone in Colorado and Heavenly in California and Nevada.