Magic Mountain keeps tickets prices sameSeptember 07,2012Magic Mountain keeps tickets prices same
LONDONDERRY — Magic Mountain Ski Area will not increase lift ticket prices for the 2012-13 season, they said.
Tickets remain $59 for adults on weekends and holidays and $39 for non-holiday weekdays. Teen and junior lift tickets are $51 and $39 respectively on weekends and $35 and $25 on weekdays. Children under 7 are free.
Magic Mountain is also offering season passes specials for 2012-2013. Unrestricted season passes are less than $500, all-holiday “White Out” passes are $249 and college student passes are $149.
This is the third straight year that Magic has refused to raise prices, according to Magic Mountain officials.
“Magic prides itself on keeping it simple,” Jim Sullivan, President of Magic Mountain, said. “We are focused on delivering an exciting ski and ride challenge on the region’s best natural terrain, augmented by an expanded snowmaking system covering up to 75 percent of the area.”
For more information Magic ticket and season pass pricing visit www.magicmtn.com.
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