Big Sky Resort Announces 40% Season Pass Savings 2010-11—-$799 Gold Pass with Payment Plan
BIG SKY, Mont. – Big Sky Resort has announced a new Gold Unlimited Season Pass pricing structure for the 2010-2011 winter season. Based on community, guest and business leader feedback, Big Sky is introducing the Gold Unlimited Pass for $799 and the College/Junior Pass for $699.
This discounted rate will be valid until April 30, 2010, and to make things even easier Big Sky Resort is offering payment plans. Passes can be secured with only $249 down by April 30, with the remaining balances due in June and August.
“We’re hearing from people from the community and across the country,” said sales and marketing director, Meg O’Leary. “We’re so excited and we’ve listened. The addition of payment plans with the $799 price make this a no-brainer, the breakeven point for this pass is only 10 days.”
Big Sky Resort, located in southwest Montana, 17 miles north of Yellowstone National Park offers 3,812 acres of skiing on three mountains with 21 lifts, including the Lone Peak Tram. Big Sky Resort is consistently ranked as a top 10 North American resort with high marks for terrain, scenery, wide open slopes and no lift lines.
As part of Boyne Resorts, passholders receive reciprocal benefits at any of the other nine Boyne Resorts from free lift tickets to discounts based on the level of pass. Boyne Resorts include Summit at Snoqualmie, Crystal Mountain, Washington, Cypress, British Columbia, Brighton, Utah, Boyne Mountain and Boyne Highlands, Michigan, Loon, New Hampshire and Sunday River, Sugarloaf, Maine.
For frequently asked questions or to purchase please visit www.bigskyresort.com/winterpasses, guest services or the Basecamp or call 406.995.USKI (8754).
Big Sky Resort is owned by Boyne USA Resorts, a Michigan-based corporation and the largest family run four-season resort company in North America. Boyne USA Resorts owns and/or operates award-winning mountain and golf resorts and attractions throughout the United States and Canada including Cypress Mountain near Vancouver, British Columbia, official freestyle skiing and snowboard venue of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, Big Sky Resort in Montana, Boyne Mountain, Boyne Highlands, The Inn at Bay Harbor – A Renaissance Golf Resort and Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark in Michigan, Brighton in Utah, Crystal Mountain and The Summit at Snoqualmie in Washington, Loon Mountain in New Hampshire, Sugarloaf and Sunday River Resort in Maine and Gatlinburg Sky Lift in Tennessee.