Early discount on next year passes available from Boyne Resorts

Posted By: The Ski Channel on March 16, 2011 11:16 am

Skiers and snowboarders wanting the best deal on a 2011-12 BOYNE Season Pass can take advantage of sales going on now and save up to 30% off in-season prices.  Two options are offered to purchasers seeking the early purchase discount– lock in the savings with only $50 down and pay the remaining balance with four easy payments or for those without a current season pass, buy now and enjoy skiing and riding for the remainder of this winter season.

BOYNE offers three pass levels with junior, teen, adult and senior pricing for each and a College pass.  The BOYNE Pass provides a variety of benefits and access to Michigan’s two largest ski resorts, Boyne Highlands and Boyne Mountain, with a combined 114 trails, 850 skiable acres, eight terrain parks, two halfpipes and skier/boarder cross courses.

BOYNE’s Easy Payment Plan was introduced last year and expanded for the 2011-12 spring sale to make getting the best deal even easier.  Skiers can now pay just $50 by April 30 to secure spring pricing, and then complete the pass purchase in four equal installments on June 1, July 1, August 1 and September 1.  The payment plan is available for phone, fax, mail and in-person purchases.  To buy now and ski now, visit  www.BOYNE.com for online purchasing information.

BOYNE Gold passes range from $359-$619; Silver, $209-$369; Bronze, $259; and College, $279 with proof of at least nine credit hours.  Spring pricing is in effect through April 30, 2011.  For additional information on 2011-12 BOYNE Season Pass benefits, pricing and purchasing, please visit www.BOYNE.com or call 800.GO.BOYNE (462-6963).

In addition, passholders receive discounts on resort lodging and retail merchandise, as well as free or discounted skiing and snowboarding at eight Boyne Resorts ski areas across the country and in Canada. Ski areas include Big Sky Resort, Montana; Brighton Resort, Utah; Crystal Mountain and The Summit at Snoqualmie, Washington; Cypress Mountain, British Columbia; Loon Mountain, New Hampshire; and Sunday River and Sugarloaf, Maine.

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