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Photo by Carl Frey courtesy of Winter Park Resort. Photo by Carl Frey courtesy of Winter Park Resort.

All Passes Include a Convenient Six-Month Payment Plan and Kids Ski Free Returns!

Winter Park Resort passes for the 2017-18 winter season will go on sale on March 15, with an opportunity for the seasons best savings on a variety of popular products, including the Rocky Mountain Super Pass+, the Winter Park Resort Pass, and Route 40 Pass. New this year is a payment plan that enables skiers/riders the convenience of six easy payments spread out over six months beginning in June. Plus, the extremely popular Kids Ski Free returns, with a free pass for kids 12 and under with purchase of a corresponding adult pass.

While skiers and riders are always ready for winter, sometimes individual budgets beg to differ, making the new payment plan even more convenient for those who want to lock in the lowest prices on next years passes. Regardless of the pass, a $49 down payment guarantees the price and is followed by six affordable subsequent payments through November 2017. The down payment must be submitted by May 31st or passholders have the option of full payment up front.

In addition to the new payment plan, Kids Ski Free is back, featuring substantial savings for a family with no blackouts. Those wanting to explore over 11,000 skiable acres across five classic Colorado mountains on the RMSP+ will get the same number of days at Winter Park, Copper Mountain, Eldora, Steamboat, and Crested Butte with the Kids Ski Free pass as they get with an adult pass. The value of the RMSP+ kids pass offers a savings of up to $319, while those wanting to exclusively explore the seven territories of Winter Park will also see significant savings, with a family of four (two adults/two kids) paying just $818 total for a full season of skiing and riding.

While choice is always paramount for savvy skiers and riders, flexibility is almost equally important, and were excited to combine both attributes with great products and the new payment plan, said Jodie Silva, Winter Park Resort Vice President of Marketing and Sales. The new payment plan enables skiers and riders the opportunity to enjoy some of the best skiing Colorado has to offer, while fitting neatly into individual budgets. That convenience and affordability is magnified by the return of the wildly popular Kids Ski Free pass, which makes skiing and snowboarding that much more accessible to families.

This season, the RMSP+ also comes with four discounted Friends and Family tickets to Steamboat, in addition to the Friends and Family tickets for Winter Park and Copper Mountain. All passes are also eligible for a MAX Pass add-on, which provides five days of access at up to 43 resorts throughout North America. Kids Ski Free is only available through May 31st so families are encouraged to act now to not only secure the free kids pass, but also lock in the seasons lowest pricing on all available passes. Current pass prices are only guaranteed through April 10th, so act fast!

Pass 2017-18 Adult Price

Rocky Mountain Super Pass+ $529
(Unlimited access to Winter Park, Copper Mountain and Eldora; 6 days at Steamboat; 3 days at Crested Butte)

Route 40 Pass $489
(Unlimited access to Winter Park; 4 days at Steamboat)
Winter Park Resort Pass$409
(Unlimited access to Winter Park Resort)

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