Friday, May 8, 2020

Season Pass Renewal

We have not given up hope on re-opening. Governor Polis extended the Colorado ski area closure through May 23. Our next best chance of re-opening is late May. Stay tuned. Stay apart from each other. Wear your mask.

We just announced a new season pass renewal rate. People who purchased a full season pass for the 2019-20 season can purchase a 2020-21 season pass, including unlimited skiing at A-Basin, 3 days at Taos, 3 days at Monarch and 1 unguided day at Silverton, for $349. The is a SMOKING HOT DEAL and good through June 7, 2020. We are deeply committed to and incredibly grateful to those of you that buy a season pass with us. I hope you will join us again next season.

For details, go to Arapahoe Basin Season Passes




13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Al, This is an incredible deal! We will be renewing!

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Luke said...

Any bonus for us double down buyers? We paid the highest price in years for a 19/20-20/21 pass

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Anonymous said...

Any refunds for us who bought our 20-21 pass back in March for $419?

Anonymous said...

I predict you may be able to open in October for a few weekends (if the governor doesn't shut it down before you even open, which I'd put at 50% odds right now). Then after Thanksgiving, cases will spike again and the ski season will be ended in early to mid-December. For the entire season. Get ready.

Anonymous said...

Arapahoe Basin is my favorite spot on the planet. I've already renewed my pass for next season. I intend to get as many days as I can. I don't want any money back. Hope to see you next season. Late May is a little slushy for me. Thanks for all you do!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the update and thank you for the generous renewal offer. You're in a tough spot no doubt about that.

It seems very possible the resort will open and then be forced to close early season, and this quite likely scenario is not protected by your Promise.

It's too bad you have to stop the offer June 7th BEFORE we know what the parameters will be next season such as only one person per lift, which would make skiing not as appealing if lift line times are increased.

Perhaps a Prorated Promise adjusted to how much time the Legend stays open? Perhaps the option for a refund if the parameters are not at all to our liking?

At this point it seems the best option for me is to purchase multi-day packs once the season gets going as I'm not comfortable making this commitment right now as it currently stands.

Anonymous said...

Come on cupcake! Skiing is a business!

Anonymous said...

yea, wear a mask so you don't get sunburn. I hope to get sunburn skiing the legend soon. The only smoking deal i'm buying is a 420 chair. blue state blues.

Anonymous said...

Hoping A-Basin will re-open this spring for a few weeks, so maybe we can see what the "new normal" might look like before having to make up our minds about next season.

Will the A-Frame and BML be open or not? Will numbers be limited, or not? Keeping the lodges closed with only outdoor dining might work this spring, but wouldn't be a great option next winter during single digit temps. So many questions, and so few answers.

Maybe skiing just for those who aren't concerned about the coronavirus? Might work, but wouldn't exactly be ideal for the A-Basin staff. Al and A-Basin are in a tough situation here....

Jenny L said...

Fabulous photo, and super deal on the passes. Big thanks for including mid-week pass holders in the renewal offer. I’m in!

Angelavail89 said...

Praying we can still get some turns in this year 🎿