Savvy Skiers Know: Now Is the Time to Save the Most on Season Passes

Also: Grab Next Year’s Gear and You’ll Be Ready When the Snow Flies

Monarch Mountain has gotten so much snow they've extended their season twice!
Monarch Mountain has gotten so much snow they've extended their season twice!

It’s springtime in Colorado Ski Country USA, which means it’s time to get more snow for your dough by buying next season’s pass right now.

Many CSCUSA ski areas are selling season passes and multi-day ticket packs at the lowest prices of the year. Some passes, like Monarch Mountain’s 2024-25 Wings Pass, let you ski the remainder of this season on next year’s season pass.

“Buying next season’s passes right now locks in the lowest prices for skiing and snowboarding. It’s a great way for families to plan ahead to get as much time together making memories on the slopes next year,” said CSCUSA president and CEO Melanie Mills. “We know that skiing stretches the budgets of many skiers, so don’t wait until the 2024-25 ski season arrives or you will pay more,” Mills continued. “The early bird gets the worm.”

Find all the season pass deals by resort here.

Although the ski season is beginning to wind down, fresh powder refills are keeping several resorts open well into May, one into early June, and three resorts have even extended their seasons: Steamboat, Eldora (making this their longest season ever), and Monarch (which has extended its season twice!) You can see which resorts are open and plan the rest of your season with the CSCUSA Snow Report.

It’s also a great time to stock up on gear for next season: grab the next size up in ski pants for those kids who keep on growing, or pick up something for yourself at up to 60% off through April 7 at CSCUSA partner Christy Sports’ Ski-Ya-Later sale.

Sarah Beatty, APR

Director of Communications, Colorado Ski Country USA




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