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KILLINGTON RESORT AND PICO MOUNTAIN 2008/09 SEASON PASS AND TICKET PRODUCTS
KILLINGTON, Vt. (Winter 2008/09) – Killington Resort and Pico Mountain offer numerous pass and ticket product options for skiers and riders to enjoy access to more than 1,000 acres of the most diverse terrain at the largest resort in the East.
$1,199 Adults (19-64); $879 Young Adults (13-18)/Seniors (65-69); $779 Juniors (7-12)/Super Seniors (70+) *Prices valid through Oct. 15, 2008
For skiers and riders that need unlimited access to both Killington and Pico Mountain.
The Unlimited Pass is a necessary tool for skiers and riders who hit the mountain 15 or more days a year and it’s valid every day of the season.
All Ages $699 *Price valid through Oct. 15, 2008
The Blackout Pass is perfect for those who hit the slopes 10 or more days a season and want to avoid peak periods.
The all-ages Killington and Pico Blackout Pass is valid all season with the exception of 15 blackout days: 11/28-29/08, 12/26-31/08, 1/2-3/09, 1/17-18/09, 2/14-16/09.
All Ages $449 *Price valid through Oct. 15, 2008
The Midweek Pass offers outstanding value for those with the flexibility to ski before work or school, after work or school or playing hooky on a powder day!
The Killington and Pico Midweek Pass is valid Monday through Friday excluding: 11/28/08, 12/26/08, 12/29/08-1/2/09, 2/16-20/09.
$329 *Price valid through Oct. 15, 2008
College students already know that Killington is the place to cut loose after a long lecture or mid-term exams. With more than 100 bar and restaurant options, the famous Killington Road nightlife, countless lodging choices and a mountain that features the best pipe, parks, vibe and scene in New England, Killington is “The Place” for college students to …
The College Pass is valid for all full-time undergraduate and graduate students all season with no blackout days.
Pico Mountain Pass
$449 Adults (19-64); $369 Young Adults (13-18)/Seniors (65-69); $339 Juniors (7-12)/Super Seniors (70+) *Prices valid through Oct. 15, 2008
The Pico Mountain Pass offers unlimited access to one of Vermont’s finest family resorts as it kicks off its 71st season.
Pico Mountain operates Thursday through Monday, with the exception of Dec. 18, 2008 through Jan. 4, 2009; and Feb. 12-23, 2009, when the resort will operate seven days a week. Passholders may present their Pico Mountain pass at Killington on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to receive 50-percent off window ticket rates, with the exception of Dec. 23-24; Dec. 30-31, 2008; and Feb. 17-18, 2009.
TICKET AND CARD PRODUCTS
The best option for saving money on lift tickets is by purchasing a lodging and lift ticket package, which offers discounts of up to 30-percent over regular window ticket rates. Packages can be booked for two-seven night stays through www.killington.com or by calling 800-621-MTNS.
Single-day lift tickets can be purchased at any open day lodge ticket window, The Killington Grand Resort Hotel or Killington Outfitters. Discounted window ticket rates start at three or more days and include a grace day, so guests can ski/ride three of four days, four of five days and so on. Prices below reflect regular season rates from Dec. 20, 2008 through March 29, 2009. Early/late season ticket prices are listed at www.killington.com.
Adult Young Adult/Sr Jr/Sr Plus
1-day Ticket $77 $61 $53
1-day Ticket (Sat. & Holiday) $82 $65 $55
2-day Ticket $154 $122 $106
*3-day Ticket $210 $167 $142
*4-day Ticket $274 $218 $186
*5-day Ticket $335 $265 $230
*6-day Ticket $390 $312 $264
*7-day Ticket $445 $364 $308
*includes a grace day.
Ski or ride two or more consecutive days and save up to 15% off regular ticket window rates with a pre-purchased eTicket through www.killington.com
eTickets are available as two-to-seven-consecutive day tickets. Three or more day eTickets include a grace day, so you can ski/ride three of four days, four of five days and so on. eTickets must be purchased at least four days prior to arrival and can be picked up at any ticket window.
Regular Season Adult Young Adult/Sr Jr/Sr Plus
2-day eTicket – save 5% $146 $116 $101
3-of-4-day eTicket – save 10% $189 $150 $128
4-of-5-day eTicket – save 15% $233 $185 $158
5-of-6-day eTicket – save 15% $285 $225 $196
6-of-7-day eTicket – save 15% $332 $265 $224
7-of-8-day eTicket – save 15% $387 $309 $262
Peak Season Adult Young Adult/Sr Jr/Sr Plus
2-day eTicket – save 5% $164 $130 $110
3-of-4-day eTicket – save 10% $211 $171 $148
4-of-5-day eTicket – save 15% $259 $209 $178
5-of-6-day eTicket – save 15% $311 $248 $216
6-of-7-day eTicket – save 15% $362 $292 $243
7-of-8-day eTicket – save 15% $422 $340 $284
Killington Express Card
Skiers and riders can save every time they ski or ride at Killington and Pico this season and enjoy the convenience of skipping the ticket windows and going directly to the lift with the new Killington Express Card!
The Killington Express Card provides “pay-as-you-ski” flexibility. The card costs only $24, works like a season pass (with the skier/riders picture on it), and is linked to a credit card. The first time each day the Express Card is scanned at the lift, the credit card is automatically charged the discounted rate. The Killington Express Card available for purchase throughout the 2008/09 season at any ticket window.
• Save $10 early/late season and regular season Saturday/holidays
• Save $20 off Adult tickets, $10 off Young Adult, Junior/Senior tickets regular season Sun-Fri excluding holidays
• Save $10 Thurs-Mon at Pico Mountain
For those that plan to ski/ride three to eight days this season at Killington and Pico, the Express Card is a great option.
Killington Countdown Card
Skiers and riders can save 10 to 15 percent off the regular season one-day rate with a Killington Countdown Card in 6 or 10–day increments. You’ll enjoy the best rate on non-consecutive day lift tickets and the freedom to use the card every day of the season.
The non-transferable Countdown Card works by presenting the card and a photo ID at any Killington ticket window. Skiers will then be issued a ticket for the day and the visit will be deducted from the card’s balance. Also, the dollar-value of any unused days at the end of the season may be applied to the purchase of next year’s Countdown Card.
The Countdown Card is perfect for skiers/riders who visit during regular season and holidays six of more days, but not enough to warrant a season pass, and value the lowest available price available on a one-day lift ticket.
The Killington Countdown Card available for purchase throughout the 2008/09 season at any ticket window.
Adult Young Adult/Sr Jr/Sr Plus
6-day Countdown Card – save 15% $392 $311 $270
10-day Countdown Card – save 20% $616 $488 $424
MORE TICKET DEALS
Residents of Vermont ski for $44 at Killington every Tuesday and Wednesday this season (excluding 12/30-31/08 – 2/18-19/09). Just swing by any ticket window and present your Vermont state issued ID to receive a discounted ticket.
Bring a Group, save up to 35 Percent
With just 20 or more people, you'll qualify for specially-priced group rates. Take advantage of reduced rates on lift tickets, lodging, meals, rentals, clinics, and even Learn to Ski or Ride programs. Contact our Group Sales Department at 800-432-0100 or email email@example.com
About Killington Resort
The largest ski and snowboard resort in eastern North America, Killington debuts $8.4 million in improvements for its 50th Birthday Season, including the new Skye Peak Express and “The Stash.” Killington Resort features diverse terrain, an expansive lift network, the most extensive snowmaking system in the world and numerous off-mountain activities, including après, dining, shopping and lodging options. www.Killington.com.