So Many Season Pass Options These Days

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A snowboarder making a nice toeside turn in some glorious UT Pow! Snowbrains

With all the uncertainties around this coming ski season, let alone daily life. Snowbird is making it easier to justify putting the money down towards a pass. Snowbird is providing a new level of protection with your pass purchase, against any unforeseen closures within the season due to Covid-19. This newly created option is called the “Passholder Promise” and is now offered with any Snowbird season pass at no charge. A huge detail is the ability to cancel for any reason before Dec 1st for a complete refund. Payment plan options are also available, making it more carefree than ever to buy a pass! See the source image

A skier enjoying some turns at Alta/Snowbird. Snowbrains

Qualifying pass holders from the 2019/2020 season will have a credit due, based on the abrupt end of the past season. If an extended closure due to Covid-19 extends beyond 7 consecutive days, or exceeds a minimum of 30 days within this season. There will be a credit awarded to the pass holder, good for future season pass purchases. This system is prorated depending upon what date such a qualifying closure should occur within the season. 2020/2021 season dates will go from Dec 11th, 2020 – May 9th, 2021. This is the window of time any qualifying closures would be relevant. See the Full Terms and Conditions online snowbird.com/season-pass-terms-conditions.

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Snowbird’s Aerial Tram takes you to the top of Hidden Peak. Snowbrains

Encouraging words here from Dave Fields, General Manager, and Snowbird President. “We created the Passholder Promise to build confidence in the future and retain the trust and loyalty of our guests. The In-Season COVID-19 Coverage is meant to provide passholders with the greatest level of confidence possible.”

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