“Our demand-based pricing is designed to manage the number of riders on the mountain on specific days to ensure you have the best time out on the slopes.” –Arizona Snowbowl
If you thought a day pass to Vail was pricey at $245….hold on to your butt. Due to Arizona Snowbowl’s dynamic “demand based” ticket pricing system, lift tickets are going for an eye watering $299 this Saturday. For reference, just two weeks ago a lift ticket on a Saturday was a completely reasonable $54. Thats a lot of cheddar for a day on the slopes. Too much? That as they say is in the hands of the consumer.
What is demand-based pricing?
We never want to turn you away from a fun-filled day out on the slopes and we understand you may not always be able to plan ahead, however, during snow storms or holidays, the demand to ski at Snowbowl is the highest. During these times, the price for a lift ticket may vary greatly and prices may increase rapidly. Our demand-based pricing is designed to manage the number of riders on the mountain on specific days to ensure you have the best time out on the slopes.
When planning your next visit, be sure to purchase your ticket well in advance for the biggest savings. If you arrive the day you expect to ski and have not purchased a ticket, please understand prices may be higher than the previous day. All ticket purchases may be exchanged for a credit up to 11:59 PM the night before your arrival.
Our suggestion to you for the best deal is to review our ticket calendar, purchase your ticket well in advance of your arrival day and avoid peak periods. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com or (928)-447-9928.
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