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Ski Vermont Deals and Packages

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Ski Vermont Deals and Packages

The thrill of skiing or snowboarding in Vermont is its own reward – but that doesn’t make us any less stoked when a great deal helps save some hard-earned bucks. Vermont’s ski resorts recognize this, and the result is a multitude of special offers, packages and other incentives that help lower the price tag for those looking to build some priceless memories on the mountain.

Ski Vermont also gets in on the money-saving act, with its Take 3 Pass and 5th Grade Passport.

Bromley Mountain: Enjoy unlimited skiing and riding all season long when you purchase your 2018/19 Full Winter Season Pass. Plus, save an additional $50 on each Full, Teen, or Junior Season Pass with family-friendly full pass discounts – check our website for details. Not ready to commit to a Full Season Pass? Try the Sun Mountain Card - it pays for itself after just one visit. The Sun Mountain Card saves you up to $30 off an all-day lift ticket all season long and comes with one free all-day lift ticket.

Burke Mountain: Every March at Burke Mountain kids ski for free when you stay one night or more in the Burke Mountain Hotel and Conference Center. 

Killington Resort: The best way to share the love for winter sports is to introduce someone to skiing or riding. Register a friend or family member for a Learn to Ski or Ride package at Killington Resort, any day during the season, and get a FREE lift ticket for yourself valid on the same day.

Mad River Glen: Season passes and Mad Cards purchased pre-season are the best values offered. Once the season starts the best values can be found by purchasing online especially if one skis during off-peak times and/or are able to commit in advance.

Stratton Mountain Resort: Great deals are available all winter, including the One Nighter: two adults stay one night and ski two days all starting at $199. Or ski and stay two to four days and nights in select Stratton properties with rates starting from just $89 per person. The Long Weekend offers savings of 40 percent off Thursday or Sunday when you stay Friday and Saturday nights at select Stratton properties. Purchase lift tickets in advance at and save up to 60 percent off.

Okemo Mountain Resort: New this year, Okemo is an Epic resort. And an Epic Pass is one of the best deals on a season pass. On June 4, 2018, Vail Resorts, Inc. announced that it had entered into an agreement to purchase Triple Peaks, LLC, the parent company of Okemo Mountain Resort in Vermont, Mount Sunapee Resort in New Hampshire, and Crested Butte Mountain Resort in Colorado.

The 2018-19 Epic Pass, Epic Local Pass, Epic Australia Pass, and Epic Military Pass include unlimited and unrestricted access to all three resorts, with seven and four unrestricted days for the Epic 7 Day and Epic 4 Day passes, respectively. Details about all Epic Pass options, and a list of frequently asked questions about season passes, are available at

Magic Mountain: With the major corporate multi-mountain pass options taking hold, Magic still has some of the most affordable day tickets, card options and season passes. With lift tickets at just $74 for adults and Throwback Thursdays at just $29, Magic is a counter-culture throwback. Speaking of that, the high demand Throwback Cards go on sale Oct. 1 with limited quantities at various price points starting at $99 for a card—the card gets you $29 tickets all-season long even on weekends and holidays! Then there are affordable season passes for those that want to make Magic either their first or second home for skiing. The 18-29 year old Shredder pass is just $299 through Oct. 15 along with our non-holiday Black Out season pass for just $449, Sunday-only pass for $259, and weekday “Powder Pass” for $269. Even “couples” save $50 per Unlimited season pass just by living together ($599 each) and a youth 6-17 year old pass is only $329 as raising kids is hard enough, right? There’s a ton of options and great deals as Magic looks to keep skiing affordable—but these pre-season prices go up after Oct. 15.

Mount Snow: When it comes to deals, the thing to remember is "Buy Early and Save!" The earlier you book, the more you save, from lift tickets starting at just $12, to Best Rate Guarantee lift and lodging packages starting at $99 per person, per night. The key is to get them before they're gone for good.

Looking to pull the trigger on a season pass, but don't want to be stuck with one mountain? Mount Snow welcomes back its greatest pass offering yet, the Peak Pass, which features a total of six pass options valid at ten resorts across four states in the Northeast.

Sugarbush Resort: New this season, Sugarbush has joined the Ikon Pass, connecting some of the most iconic mountains in North America. In addition, Sugarbush remains part of the Mountain Collective Pass.  For sale thru November only, Sugarbush has packaged four, completely unrestricted 2018/19 Adult All Mountain lift tickets for just $269. The Quad Pack tickets are transferable, so you and your friends, family, or co-workers can use them. These passes are only sold until Nov. 30. The Boomer Pass gives those ages 65 and up skiing midweek, non-holiday all year long for just $139 if purchased prior to Sept. 12. Prices increase after deadline

Bolton: Ski and Stay packages in the slopeside, ski-in, ski-out Inn at Bolton Valley are affordably priced and include ski-to-your-door lodging, lift tickets, and unlimited use of the on-site Sports Center including indoor pool, sauna and hot tub.

Adult All Access Season passes provide season long access to the lifts, cross country skiing and the Sports Center check for current pricing.

Tickets are just $25 on every non-peak Monday this season. Also, night tickets are just $25 every Tuesday through Saturday night from 4-10pm.

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