1 Day Left to Purchase Ikon Pass at Lowest Prices | Prices Will Go Up on April 22

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Last chance to pick up an Ikon Pass.

Now is the time to keep the stoke alive and purchase a 22/23 Ikon Pass at its lowest pricing for the 22/23 winter season. All Ikon Pass products—Ikon Pass, Ikon Base Pass, and Ikon Session Passes—will increase on April 22, 2022, and renewal discounts, as well as child pass savings, will end.

With immediate spring access and three new iconic destinations – Chamonix Mont-Blanc Valley in France, Sun Valley in Idaho, and Snowbasin Resort in Utah – plus two new pass options, 2 and 3-day Ikon Session Passes, Ikon Pass invites skiers and riders across the globe to commit to winter and seek a season of endless adventure next winter. Ikon Pass holders will also continue to benefit from Ikon Pass First Tracks, Adventure Assurance, and Ikon Pass Travel, and can opt for a payment plan in partnership with Affirm.

For current Ikon Pass pricing, please click here. Prices start at $249 USD and will go up on April 22, 2022.

Ikon Pass provides access to 50 iconic global mountain destinations in ten countries across the Americas, Europe, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. With the new partner additions for 22/23, Ikon Pass now offers the most access to Utah with six destinations within 100 miles of each other, plus increased access in the Pacific and Northwest with five destinations, and now four premier destinations in the European Alps.

IKON PASS BY THE NUMBERS                                         

  • Destinations: 50
  • Continents: 5
  • Countries: 10
  • States: 15
  • Canadian Provinces: 4
  • Total Acres: 161,646*
  • Trails: 6,576
  • Lifts: 1,368

*Does not include CMH stats

The Ikon Pass is available now at www.ikonpass.com.


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3 thoughts on “1 Day Left to Purchase Ikon Pass at Lowest Prices | Prices Will Go Up on April 22

  1. It’s ridiculous that their price increase occurs before the previous year has even in ended.

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