Just found the answer to my own question via Google:
The Gold Pass may be used up to a maximum of fifty (50) times at each participating resort, with the exception of Squaw Valley USA. For the 2010-2011 snow season, Squaw Valley will honor the pass for a maximum of fifteen (15) times.
2010-2011 season Gold Pass prices are as follows:
$1,975 for previous season Gold Pass holders and Far West parents purchasing by June 15, 2009
$2,100 for new Gold Pass holders purchasing by June 15, 2010
$2,275 for all passes purchased between June 16 and July 31, 2010
$2,450 for all passes purchased after July 31, 2010
Those prices are actually lower than I thought they would be. Would make sense for a business to have a couple of these to entertain clients with.
Originally Posted by MikeC
And how many millions of dollars will that cost me?
Originally Posted by Philpug
Tahoe offers a "Gold Pass" it IS transferable...good at all Tahoe resorts by anyone who is bearing it...Squaw is the only one that (seams to begrudgingly) limits it's use to 30 days. The Gold pass can only be redeemed ONCE daily.