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Colorado Pass question

post #1 of 15
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I have the 5 mtn. pass, but have looked on their website and can't find the answer to my question: Can I get discounted tickets for guests, at Vail? Are there other places to look for discounted Vail tickets, for residents?
Thanks
post #2 of 15
If I remember right the paperwork with mine said you can get 4 tickets to any of the resorts for $40 each, good anytime.
post #3 of 15
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really? that cheap for Vail?
post #4 of 15
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Originally Posted by pedalbiker View Post
If I remember right the paperwork with mine said you can get 4 tickets to any of the resorts for $40 each, good anytime.
Correct, found this out the other day when I bought a buddy a ticket on my pass...I didn't ask about restrictions though.
post #5 of 15
I believe the CO Pass is restricted from Vail/BC Feb 17-18 (President's Day weekend) but that's the only remaining restriction this year.
post #6 of 15
I also have a question about this pass. I get 10 days a vail / BC . Does this mean 10 days at each or combined ?
post #7 of 15
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combined

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Originally Posted by cowdog57 View Post
I also have a question about this pass. I get 10 days a vail / BC . Does this mean 10 days at each or combined ?
post #8 of 15
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Originally Posted by cowdog57 View Post
I also have a question about this pass. I get 10 days a vail / BC . Does this mean 10 days at each or combined ?
If you bought last Spring you can also ski from Apr 1st till the end of the season at Vail/BC no matter how many of your original 10 days you used.
post #9 of 15
It depends on the day they are skiing. I just returned from Colorado and with my card, a buddy pass at Keystone the one day was 71$. A few days later at Breckenridge a buddy pass was only 54$. So, it varies by the Resort and the day of the week. $40, not! Maybe at Copper but not the Vail Resorts.
post #10 of 15
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Originally Posted by jay_p View Post
Correct, found this out the other day when I bought a buddy a ticket on my pass...I didn't ask about restrictions though.
That must have been at ABasin cause the cheapest I got a buddy pass for at the other resorts was $54.

I've had the pass for 4 years now and have never gotten a buddy pass for $40.
post #11 of 15
The $40 "ski with a friend" coupons are one of the benefits of buying your pass in the spring. There were 4 of them on my pass and I have used two thus far; one each at Vail and Beaver Creek. $40 is a bargain and it has been much appreciated by the two friends I have taken.
post #12 of 15
This might answer your question:

http://www.snow.com/info/swaf.asp
post #13 of 15
^^^ That is separate from the 4 buddy passes "renewers" were supposed to get, as newCO mentioned. 4 passes for $40, usable anytime its not blacked out, at any resort.
post #14 of 15
Ahh, I was ripped. I was supposed to have the passes built in but they weren't. Here's what happened. Even though I renued in the Spring, I had missplaced my pass from last year. So, when I went to Keystone to get my new pass and picture on the 5th of Jan. some how the passes were'nt built in. Had we used my Wife's pass to get the buddy passes, it would have been ok. So after going online to see what the hey was up, turns out they can't do anything for me even though it was their mistake. So, next trip out they will make it ok but no reimbursment. Sucks, I've had these passes continuely for the past 4 years.
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A different question on Colorado pass

Since we're discussing the Colorado pass I've got a different question. Does anyone know whether or not I can renew online again if I skip a year?

I was fortunate enough to be in CO last spring when they went on sale since the first one has to be purchased in person but another year I may want to try skiing someplace other than CO.
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