Two Weeks to Save on a Stratton Season Pass- Deadline Approaching

Posted By: The Ski Channel on September 24, 2012 7:00 pm

Stratton Mountain’s season pass deadline hits in two weeks. It’s a good idea to buy you’re a season pass as soon as possible in order to save some serious cash. Those who buy passes, of which range from $50 to $150 less than regular season prices, have quicker access to lifts, special offers for friends and family, and skiing/riding at Okemo and Mount Sunapee.

 The Stratton Value Pass is the Ticket (without a ticket) to the whole mountain, corduroy, powder, bluebird days and all. The price is $649 before the Oct. 8 deadline, which will save a good amount of money if you are planning on a full season of great skiing and riding with direct-to-lift access.

At just $289 before the deadline, the Sunday pass is the most affordable pass offered by Stratton, and is said to be the secret weapon of weekenders. It allows you full weekend skiing and ride on non-holiday Sundays.

Another way to save big by planning ahead is Stratton’s Early Booking Offer, for savings of up to 30 percent on lodging throughout the season. Book before October 31 and get 30% off midweek stays, 20% off weekend stays and 10% off those highly coveted holiday stays in select properties. Stratton’s price protection program guarantees early birds the lowest rate and a relaxed cancellation policy lets guests rest easy before they even arrive at the resort.

 To choose one of Stratton’s passes, score the best lodging deals or get all the details on both, visit Stratton.com or call 1-800-STRATTON (787-2886).

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