Score A Screamin%u2019 Deal Season Pass at %u201890s Rollback Prices At Bear Mountain

Posted By: The Ski Channel on May 22, 2014 11:46 am

It may be summer, but skiers and snowboarders are always thinking powder! Luckily, skiers and boarders can score the biggest savings of the season with the 2014-15 Screamin’ Deal Season Pass. Passes are currently on sale at the lowest prices since the 1990s, but not for long- prices will increase on May 31st.

“The Screamin’ Deal Season Pass is the best deal of the year. With access to both Bear Mountain and Snow Summit, skiers and snowboarders are getting two mountains for one very low price,” said Chris Riddle, Vice President of Marketing for Big Bear Mountain Resorts. “That’s double the snow, double the lifts, and double the runs. All that, at rollback prices that we haven’t seen since the 90’s. Getting more for less-you just can’t beat that.”

Photo by Todd Matthew

Spring at Bear / Photo by Todd Matthew

Scoring a Screamin’ Deal Season Pass now guarantees skiers and snowboarders the best price of the season- a huge $110 savings from last year’s adult early season rate. For those who hit the slopes more than once a month, the Screamin’ Deals pass is the smartest way to save some serious dough.

Plus, Screamin’ Deal Season Pass holders can take advantage of other great deals, including:

  • 20 percent off food and beverage at BBMR (excluding alcohol)
  • 20 percent off all merchandise at the Sport Shop
  • 20 percent off Ski School and Rental Shop
  • Free use of the Snow Summit Scenic Sky Chair during the 2014 summer season (not valid for mountain biking, excludes night passes)
  • 50 percent off 2014 summer mountain biking passes
Slopestyle run by junior competitors at Big Bear. Photo: USASA

Slopestyle run by junior competitors at Big Bear. Photo: USASA


All Snow Summit and Bear Mountain Screamin’ Deal Season Passes are valid for any Snow Summit night session. Additionally, every midweek and/or night session Screamin’ Deal pass qualifies for 50 percent off a lift ticket on season pass blackout dates. This allows guests to enjoy more time on the snow and more access to the 26 lifts, 55 runs and 438 skiable acres offered at BBMR.