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Vail Resorts has launched its Epic Passes for the 2021/22 winter season and announced a price drop for all of its passes, including Whistler Blackcomb.
The initiative is meant to incentivize more skiers and snowboarders to purchase Epic Passes. To sweeten the deal, price reductions of 20% have been issued across the board.
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“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,” says Rob Katz, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Vail Resorts.
Notable price drops for the 2021/22 season are as follows:
- Epic Pass: $1,018 (down from $1,273)
- Whistler Blackcomb Unlimited Pass: $1,119 (down from $1,399)
- Edge Cards: Start at $175 for a two-day (down from $219), $367 for a five-day (down from $459), and $631 for a 10-day (down from $789)
- Epic Day Pass (one to seven days): USD $87 for a one-day pass or USD $74/day for a seven-day pass
- Epic SchoolKids: Available to Canadian and Washington-based students from K-5 for free, offers five days of free skiing or riding at Whistler Blackcomb.
Vail Resorts adds that passes also include a 20% discount on-mountain dining, lodging, group ski and ride school lessons, and equipment rentals.
Epic Passes can be purchased online.