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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Mt. Bachelor Announces Season Pass Pricing

Take a look at your season pass options for the 2011-2012 season.

Posted By on Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 10:02 PM

This afternoon, Mt. Bachelor made their annual announcement as to the prices for the upcoming winter's season passes.

The price has yo-yoed over the years, but has remained stable over the past few seasons with just a few minor tweaks. This year,  season passes are $829 for adults if you buy by September 30 and $1,029 if you wait until later in the fall.

There are some other new additions to the ticketing process, including an opportunity for season pass holders to buy discounted single-day lift tickets for $58. There's also a refund option in the event of injury, relocation or sickness.

Here's the complete rundown on the pricing. Passes go on sale on Thursday.

 


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