Indy Pass Not Raising Prices, Offering Discount For 'Switch Pass' Next Season!

Indy Pass Not Raising Prices, Offering Discount For 'Switch Pass' Next Season!

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Indy Pass Not Raising Prices, Offering Discount For 'Switch Pass' Next Season!

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^Credit: Indy Pass Media Kit/Bolton Valley, VT

The Indy Pass has dropped some huge news over the last week that’s taking the internet by storm. The buzz of the #indyrevolution is growing, and we have all of the details you need.

Just a quick reminder for those of you that need it- The Indy Pass is the best deal in skiing. Passholders get 2 days of skiing and riding at 82 ski resorts across the United States, Canada, and Japan! You can check out the full list of partner resorts here.

The first big piece of news is that the Indy Pass is not raising the price of their pass for next season! Early Bird pricing is only $279 for adults, and $119 for kids. What a steal, right?

Check out the full Winter ’22-’23 pricing options here.

^Credit: Indy Pass Media Kit/Apex Mountain Resort, Canada

The second piece of news is the introduction of the ‘Switch Pass’. Indy is essentially encouraging Ikon, Epic, and Mountain Collective passholders to switch over to the Indy Pass with a nice discount.

Adults who purchased one of the mega-passes listed for the Winter ’21-’22 season can get an Indy Pass for only $259 next season, and kids passes only run for $109!

You can read more information about pricing here.

^Credit: Indy Pass Media Kit/Granite Peak Ski Area, WI

Purchasing an Indy Pass is pretty much a no-brainer for skiers and snowboarders in every region across the United States and Canada.

Skiing for entire season for less than $300 is stupidly cheap, and you get to explore down-to-earth uncrowded ski resorts in the process.

What’s better than that?

You can buy an Indy Spring Pass, and/or an Indy Pass for next season by clicking here.

Featured Image Credit: Indy Pass Media Kit/Red Lodge Mountain

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