Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Breckenridge 4 Pack or 4 Pass?

by G. Kunkel

With the proliferation of 4 Passes and 4 Packs at Colorado ski resorts, seems people think every resort may have one.

Does Breckenridge Ski Resort have a 4 Pass or 4 Pack discount lift ticket package anymore?  Due to its popularity, the former Keystone - Breck 4 Pass is now only valid at Keystone.  The Breckenridge 4 Pass exists no more.

Breckenridge in 2012 is owned by Vail Resorts and falls under their discount lift ticket and pass policies. Want a discount ski pass to Breckenridge? - search for a discount to Vail Resorts owned ski resorts.

In Colorado 2012, Vail Resorts currently owns Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, and has a marketing agreement with Arapahoe Basin.

Skiers and snowboarders can purchase a 7 Day Epic Pass to Breckenridge instead of a 4 Pass or 4 Pack. Those needing more ski days should look into a Epic Pass, Epic Local Pass, or Summit Pass. Again, these need to be purchased during the off-season.

Don't bother looking for a student discount, college student discount, or active duty military discount for any Epic Pass product. They are already discounted.  Update: An Epic Local College Pass is sold for a limited time.

So quit gaping and buy your discounted Vail Resorts Epic Pass product now. Sales typically end at the end of November.  They can all be purchased online and you don't have to be a Colorado resident.

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1 comment:

G. Kunkel said...

Last year Vail Resorts sold a 4 Day Epic Pass that could be used at Breck. I don't know if that option is available again for the 14/15 season.