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2013-14 Season Pass Deals

by Ski Utah Yeti April 10 2013 7 Comments

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Closing weekend is upon us for the 2012/2013 season but it is not too early to start thinking about next year. Ski Utah has researched killer pass deals for 2013/2014 with information below. Discounts are given if you purchase early, and some passes even allow you to use them for the remainder of this season. Four resorts currently have deals going on, keep checking back for more. Get out and enjoy your last few ski days.

Beaver Mountain:
Junior Season Pass (6-11) = $145 until May 15th
Adult Season Pass (12 & Over) = $360 until May 15th


Brian Head:
Student Season Pass ( K-12th grade) = $209
Young Adult Season Pass (out of high school-25 years of age) = $359
College Season Pass (out of high school-25 years of age and in college) = $319
Adult Season Pass (26-61) = $459
Senior Silver Season Pass  (62-69)= $209


Park City Mountain Resort:
Youth Season Pass (7-12) = $135 until May 15th, increases to $160 on May 16th
Teen Season Pass (13-17) = $180 until May 15th, increases to $210 on May 16th  
College Season Pass (18-24) = $435 until May 15th, increases to $490 on May 16th
Adult Season Pass (25-64) = $695 until May 15th, increases to $780 on May 16th
Senior Season Pass (65-69) = $435 until May 15th, increases to $490 on May 16th


Snowbasin: (All prices valid through July 7th)
Youth Premier Season Pass (7-12) = $189
Teen Premier Season Pass (13-18) = $279
Young Adult Premier Season Pass (19-26) = $469
Adult Premier Season Pass (27-64) = $669
Senior Premier Season Pass (65-74) = $469

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