Exclusive Pass Holder Benefit Collection Includes Partnerships with Smith, The North Face & Outside
The 23/24 Ikon Pass is on sale now at its lowest rates of the season, offering access to 50+ authentic and unique mountain destinations across the globe. Current and new pass holders are invited to join the Ikon Pass community at its lowest rates of the season and take advantage of all the early offers available, plus a new collection of exclusive benefits that includes everything a skier and rider needs to get ready for winter.
What’s New for 23/24
Discount on Travel with Ikon Pass Travel
For a limited time, any purchased 23/24 Ikon Pass includes $100 savings toward any single 23/24 winter booking made on Ikon Pass Travel before May 5, 2023. Ikon Pass Travel is an online travel planning service exclusively for members of the Ikon Pass community that offers the ability to seamlessly explore and book all aspects of adventure across Ikon Pass destinations. Browse and compare airfare, hotels, and activities across Ikon Pass destinations to create a vacation package or be matched with an Ikon Pass Travel specialist. (Terms and conditions apply. Minimum $1,000 spend per booking, must include lodging, limit of one $100 saving per booking itinerary, offer may not be combined.)
Discount on Smith Eyewear & Products
Every Ikon Pass purchase will come with two discount codes from Smith. One code valid for a discount on any pair of Smith sunglasses or prescription glasses, and the second valid for a discount on any additional product found on smithoptics.com. (Terms and conditions apply.)
The North Face
Ikon Pass holders can get the season’s best gear with an exclusive discount of 20% when purchasing $200 or more on thenorthface.com. (Limited time offer. Terms and conditions apply.)
Ikon Pass holders will receive a free one-year $59-valued membership to inspirational, award-winning content from Outside. Access unlimited content from Outside Magazine, SKI, Warren Miller catalog, Backpacker, Climbing, VeloNews, Pinkbike, Cycling Tips, Outside TV, Warren Miller, Yoga Journal, and more. Plus, go further with mapping apps Gaia GPS Premium and TrailforksPro, as well as NASTAR results, training plans, recipes, and interactive experiences with editors, pro athletes, coaches, and other experts. (Terms and conditions apply.)
Access Changes: For winter 23/24, Taos Ski Valley will no longer require lift reservations and has been added to the Ikon Base Plus Pass. For an additional $220 from the Ikon Base Pass, Ikon Base Plus Pass holders will now also get five-day access at Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico. The destination will no longer offer access on the Ikon Base Pass and Ikon Session Pass. Deer Valley Resort will require lift reservations for winter 23/24.
Ikon Pass Community Member Benefits
For a limited time, renewal discounts are offered to 22/23 Ikon Pass holders for the 23/24 season, with savings of up to $100.
Buy Now Ride Now – 2023 Spring Access for New Pass Holders
- Access available immediately upon purchase: Big Bear Mountain Resort, Snow Valley, Blue Mountain, Snowshoe, Stratton, Sugarbush
- Access available starting April 3: Solitude, Tremblant
- Access available starting April 10: Mammoth Mountain, Palisades Tahoe, Winter Park Resort, Steamboat (April 10-16)
- 2023 Spring Access is not available on the 23/24 Ikon Session Pass
Child Pass Promotion
For a limited time, save up to $200 on Child passes with the purchase of any Adult pass. To provide additional value for families looking to ski and ride together, Ikon Pass holders can purchase up to two discounted Child Ikon Passes or Child Ikon Base Passes for children ages 5-12 with the purchase of an Adult Ikon Pass or Adult Ikon Base Pass.
To see all Ikon Pass benefits and more good stuff, visit here.
- Ikon Pass starting at $1,159
- Ikon Base Pass starting at $829
- Ikon Session Pass starting at $259
- For all Ikon Pass products and pricing, please visit https://www.ikonpass.com/en/shop-passes.
Ikon Pass is on sale for the 23/24 winter season as of March 16, 2023 at www.ikonpass.com.
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