A-Basin 2011-12 season passes go on sale April 1

Posted By: The Ski Channel on March 31, 2011 2:52 pm

If you buy a season pass at Arapahoe Basin when the go on sale Friday, April 1st, you can ski, snowboard or telemark the rest of spring for FREE!

Pass Holder Benefits

Pass holders will also receive discounts at the ski area.  Discounts include friends and family A-Basin lift ticket discounts, one $40 half-day class lesson, 10% off food (excluding the 6th Alley bar), 10% off purchases made at Arapahoe Sports, 5 days of skiing at Bear Valley in California and $10 off performance tunes in the Base’n Edge Tune Shop.

$49 Deposit

Arapahoe Basin is offering skiers and riders the opportunity to secure these pass prices with a $49 deposit.  The remaining balance will be due September 1, 2011. A deposit can be made online at wwww.arapahoebasin.com or by calling 888-ARAPAHOE.  Deposits are accepted on pass purchases made through June 5, 2011. Full payment is required on passes used during the remainder of the 2010-11 season.

Arapahoe Basin Bonus Pass

With 31” of new snow in the last week, now is the best time to purchase the 2011-12 Arapahoe Basin Bonus Pass for just $369 for adults (ages 15+) and $279 for children (ages 6-14). The Bonus Pass provides skiers and riders unlimited usage at A-Basin during the remainder of this season as well as the entire 2011-12 season, plus five non-transferable ski days valid at Keystone or Breckenridge for the 2011-12 season.  One of those five days can be used at Vail or Beaver Creek (some date restrictions apply).   These pass prices are valid through closing day, June 5, 2011.  Limited quantities are available.

A-Basin Only Season Pass

The 2011-12 Arapahoe Basin only Adult Season Pass (ages 20-69) is now on sale for $309, the Youth Pass (ages 15-19) for $209, and the Child Pass (ages 6-14) for $129. These passes are also valid for the remainder of the 2010-11 season as well as the entire 2011-12 season with no black out dates.

A-Basin Charge/Stored Value

Arapahoe Basin pass holders can attach a credit card to their season pass to charge at A-Basin on-mountain restaurants, retail, rental, snowsports and ticket office locations.   Another new convenience is the stored value option which makes the pass available for pre-loaded cash – great for kids.

 

 

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