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November 11, 2008 — Vail Resorts announced Monday it’s extending discounted sales of its popular Colorado and Summit Passes through Sunday, Nov. 16, at select Front Range locations.
“We’ve been getting phone calls and e-mails from panicked Colorado skiers and snowboarders who didn’t buy their Colorado or Summit Pass before our deadline,” said Heidi Kercher-Pratt, vice president of corporate marketing for Vail Resorts.
“With the new snow and the kickoff of the ski season at Breckenridge and Keystone this weekend, Colorado skiers and snowboarders are excited and eager to take their first turns of the season. So we’re giving our loyal guests one more week to buy our state’s most popular season passes (The Colorado and Summit Passes).”
Sunday is the last day to purchase the passes at fall rates of $419 for The Summit Pass and $459 for The Colorado Pass. The Summit Pass gives skiers and snowboarders unlimited, unrestricted access to Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin for $419 for adults, $319 for teens (ages 13-18) and $209 for children (ages 5-12).
The Colorado Pass offers unlimited, unrestricted skiing at Breckenridge, Keystone and Arapahoe Basin all season, with an additional 10 days at Vail and Beaver Creek, for $459 for adults, $339 for teens (ages 13-18) and $219 for children (ages 5-12).
Also, Saturday, Nov. 15, is the last day to pay fall rates for the Epic Pass, an unlimited, unrestricted season pass with no black-out dates featuring more than 18,000 acres of skiing at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Heavenly (Calif.) and Arapahoe Basin for the 2008-09 season.
Pass renewals for Summit and Colorado passes are available online at www.coloradopass.com. Renewals or new passes may be purchased at the following Front Range locations through Nov. 16:
Boulder Ski Deals (Boulder), Colorado Ski and Golf (Aurora, Arvada, Colorado Springs and Littleton), REI (Denver Flagship, Fort Collins, Lakewood, Englewood, Boulder and Colorado Springs), Breeze Ski Rentals in Lakewood and Dumont, as well as Flatiron Crossing Mall, Park Meadows Shopping Center, The Shops at Northfield in Stapleton and The Orchard Town Center.
For more information about the Summit or Colorado passes or sales locations and time, call (888) 215-3867 or visit www.coloradopass.com. Visit http://www.epicpass.com to purchase your Epic Season Pass or for more information about this new season pass.
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