Aspen Skiing Co. Offering Passholders Credit Up To $250 For the Abrupt End to Last Season

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Aspen, Colorado
The lovely ski village of Aspen, CO. Credit: CNN.com

Aspen Skiing Co. yesterday announced the full range of credits they will be issuing to customers who purchased season passes last winter and were affected by the coronavirus pandemic forcing resorts to close early.

We’re so grateful to this community for weathering this storm with us. In appreciation of your loyalty, we’re pleased to announce flexible credits to all 2019-2020 Aspen Snowmass pass holders. Looking ahead to brighter and snowier days next winter, we’re also offering low deposit options, added benefits, and worry-free purchases with refunds through November 20, 2020, on 2020-2021 season passes.

If you’re able to give back at this time and want to donate your credit to our COVID-19 Community Relief Fund, the Aspen Skiing Company Family Foundation is matching donations up to $250K through July 15 in support of our local community.

– Aspen Snowmass Facebook Post

 They will give credits of as much as $250 for the coming season in acknowledgment that last season was cut short. The ski season ended abruptly March 15 when Colorado Governor Jared Polis ordered all ski areas to close to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

For the full lowdown of what the company is offering, head to the season pass page on their website.


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