21/22 Ikon Pass goes on sale 3/11/21

socalgal

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Bought Full passes for the whole family. The website was lagging a bit. Probably high traffic before the prices go up tomorrow.
 

Brad J

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I ended up renewing the Ikon full pass , I needed to get over a bad ( IMO) policy on their part and a bad decision on my part. A couple of trips out west will cure all.
 

Jwrags

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I just renewed my Ikon full pass. I may buy an Epic pass also, given the discount. With the cost of walk up or even advance purchase tickets running $150-200/day it just doesn't take too many days to more than make up the cost of the pass. 6 days or less is break even.
 

Johnny V.

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We applied our deferral credit to the base pass a couple of days ago. Hoping for much less restrictive travel and skiing next year. If it hits the fan again, we'll just defer it 'til the next year.
 

Bob V

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We applied our deferral credit to the base pass a couple of days ago. Hoping for much less restrictive travel and skiing next year. If it hits the fan again, we'll just defer it 'til the next year.
Do you know if you can still defer a 2021-22 pass if you used deferred credit to buy it ?
 

DanoT

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I did not buy an Ikon Pass: instead I bought a 21-2022 Silver Senior Aspen Season Pass. Spring price of $549 for age 70+ and 100% refundable before Aug 13/21. I phoned Guest Services and was told the next price increase will probably be $100-$150. Last season, after the start of the season, the Silver Senior pass was $849.

I also have a Sun Peaks Seniors Pass, spring price: $918Cdn. Sun Peaks has joined the Mountain Collective so my SP pass gives me 50% off senior priced day tickets at several MCP member resorts that will not be too much of a detour when I make my way to/from Aspen in my truck camper some time in February 2022. So, potential storm chasing Revy, Banff, Panorama, Big Sky, Jackson Hole, Grand Targhee, Alta, Snowbird....Maybe I will start my trip in January. :ogbiggrin:
 
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pete

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Got the IKON survey today.

I was pretty brutal on it. The pass itself if I lived nearer areas served is a decent deal, but not so much if you live in the midwest.

Very limited ability to get a good payback out of it if doing a base pass, and with a family it adds up quick and makes for a serious decision due to budget ... least for me.

I guess my moaning is more that I wish they'd have some offset for the base (no blackouts or better discount on additional passes that make the cut over point less painful.

but hey! if I get at least 8 days out of it next season, I at least saved some money overall.
 
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