This should come as no surprise but this season Vail’s lift tickets are going to be a bit expensive:
Vail Resorts increased the daily price of its high-season, ski lift tickets to the Vail and Beaver Creek ski areas to a whopping $89 a day for a multi-day purchase – a new high for Colorado lift ticket prices. To date the highest ski lift ticket in the state was Aspen, at $82. (link)
Read the entire article at Snow News is Good News
Vail is pushing it’s PEAKS program hard this year which encourages buyers to purchase tickets online ahead of time in exchange for savings and rewards. As of today the only pricing available online are the PEAKS prices.
Click here for Vail ticket pricing. Call 1-800-503-8748 for the latest ticket information.
2 replies on “Vail ticket prices hit new high”
Oofdah. Definitely makes that extra $100 (or whatever) worth it for the upgrade to the Colorado Pass with days to Vail and Beaver Creek.
No kidding! For 10 days? Yeah… the pass is definitely worth it alone.