Killington lists season pass feesMarch 22,2013Killington sets its
season pass fees
KILLINGTON ó Killington Resort has announced Thursday its 2013-14 season pass prices.
Unlimited passes for adults (ages 19-64) are $1,049; seniors (ages 65-79), $699; a new 29-Below pass (ages 19-29), $599; youth (ages 7-18) $499 with a License 2 Ride benefit; Vermont Student Pass (grades K-12), $299, with the License 2 Ride benefit; and the new Super Senior (ages 80 plus) and child (6 and under) passes, $39.
The all-ages Blackout Pass is $729. The pass is blacked out on 17 peak days, but pass holders receive three floating days that may be used on any blackout day of their choice.
Unlimited adult and senior pass holders who renew their passes will receive $100 pre-loaded Beast Bucks on their 2013-14 pass to be used on food and beverages, retail purchases, lessons and more next season (some restrictions apply).
Blackout Pass holders who renew will receive $50 pre-loaded Beast Bucks on their 2013-14 pass.
The all-ages Midweek Pass is $429 and valid Monday through Friday with the exception of peak days and includes additional resort discounts.
All Killington season passes are also valid at Pico Mountain for the 2013-14 winter season.MORE IN This Just In
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