Posted on 4/12/2012 by Alyssa Hubbard

Epic Pass Early Bird Deal Ends in 3 Days!

As Keystone and other resorts wind down for skiing in 2012, it is not too soon to plan for next winter.  April 15th is the last day to purchase the Epic Pass with early bird pricing.  This is your chance to secure the best spring benefits, and the lowest price on your 2012/2013 ski pass.  With summer 2012 access, 6 buddy tickets for Epic Local Passes, and just $49 down payment required, this is the best deal for Summit County skiers and snowboarders that will be available all year.  Take a look at your ski pass benefits when you purchase by April 15th below:

The Epic Pass is available with a $49 down payment, and the remaining balance will be charged mid-September 2012.  Early bird purchasers will also receive summer 2012 lift access, and free spring skiing at Heavenly, Northstar, and Kirkwood (for pay in full orders only).

The Epic Local Pass offers 6 buddy tickets, unlimted april 2013 skiing and riding at Vail and Beaver Creek, summer 2012 lift acces, and free spring skiing at Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood for pay in full orders.

The Epic 7 Day Pass will offer summer 2012 lift access and free skiing this spring at Heavenly, Kirkwood and Northstar on pay in full orders.

The Summit Value Pass will offer 6 buddy tickets, and summer 2012 lift access.

In addition, all passes listed above receive the following pass benefits:

• Pass Club Membership: Receive members only exclusive deals, giveaways, discounts and more from the Season Pass Club.
• Six (6) Ski-With- A- Friend (SWAF) varying discount tickets are automatically loaded onto your pass. Just take your guest to the ticket window and present your pass to receive the discount.

Call 800.842.8062 with questions about passes.  SummitCove Vacation Lodging is currently accepting early reservations for the winter 2012/2013 season in Keystone Resort at this year's rates, so contact us today to secure your Keystone vacation lodging!



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