Words by Harriet Wallis
The focus here is for Seniors. Each resort has a different definition of who's old enough to be a senior. However, the discount deadlines are the same no matter what your age. Deals are happening so fast it's hard to keep up with them, so check the Ski Utah season pass page but also check your favorite resort's website for the latest discounts and season pass deals.
Three resorts that have discount pricing through April:
At Brighton, seniors 65+ get a season pass for $449 until April 22. Brighton's payment plan lets you spread the purchase price over the summer.
Eagle Point near Beaver, offers 62-69 year olds a season pass for $259. Those 70+ get a season pass for $209. Prices valid through April 30.
Powder Mountain holds its discount pricing until April 30. Those 62–74 can purchase a season pass for $465. If you're 75 or older it's just $20. The resort caps the number of season passes at 3,000 calling it Preserve the Powder.
One resort holds its discount pricing into June:
At Alta, if you're 65-79 a season pass is $699 through June 6. If you're 80 or over, it's $50.
Other resorts have a variety of discount deadlines:
Beaver Mountain seniors 70+ get a season pass for $100 anytime. For those 69 and under, a season pass starts at $335 and increases by $35 on the 15th of every month until mid-October.
At Brian Head, Utah's southernmost resort, seniors 62-69 can buy a season pass through Sept. 12 for $239. Those 70 and older pay only $159 for a season pass.
At Deer Valley, 65-71 get a season pass for $1,205. Seniors 72 and older pay $1,100. Prices are good through October 15.
Park City Mountain has a variety of adult passes but doesn't have a senior-specific pass.
At Snowbasin, the best discount prices are behind us. When spring comes next year, shop early for the very best deal. New prices are not yet posted.
Snowbird has options for seniors 65 and older. An unlimited season pass with chair and tram is $659. It's $449 for seniors who want a chair-only pass.
Resorts that have not yet posted their 2018-2019 season pass prices:
Cherry Peak, the newest resort about 15 miles north of Logan.
Nordic Valley in Eden.
Solitude in Big Cottonwood Canyon.
Sundance Resort in Provo Canyon.Harriet Wallis has been a ski writer, editor and photographer forever. She learned to ski on a dare when she was in her mid-30s and has been blabbing about it ever since. Read more from Harriet at Senior Skiing.
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