Indy Pass: ‘Early Bird Pricing’ Ends August 31 | 76 Resorts, 2 Days Each, $279

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Pricing for the fastest-growing multi-mountain pass in the world, featuring world-class resorts in all regions of the US, Canada, and now the powder belt of Northern Japan, goes up after August 31. As of right now, Indy Pass is offering its Early Bird Pricing deal for $279, which will be available until the end of the month. The Indy Pass offers 2 days of skiing at 76 independently owned ski areas across the globe.

Indy Pass’ independent mountains are incredibly diverse but all have one thing in common—they offer smaller crowds, lower costs, and welcoming authentic vibes. The multi-resort pass recently expanded beyond North America with the addition of four Northern Japanese resorts: Geto Kogan, Tazawako, Okunakayama Kogen, and Shimokura/Panorama. Indy Pass holders will receive up to eight free days of unforgettable skiing and riding on some of the best powder in the world found in the heart of Japan. Local experts from Japan Ski Tours will provide optional guide and concierge services in an exclusive partnership with Indy Pass this season.

“At Japan Ski Tours we’ve been specializing in off-the-beaten-track ski experiences for seven years and can provide everything from all-inclusive guided trips to white-glove airport-to-airport service to ensure that your dream ski vacation goes off without a hitch.”

– Brent Potter, mountain guide and co-owner of Japan Ski Tours

Win a Japow Dream Trip!

While not everyone can afford a ski vacation in Japan, anyone 18 years or older can enter to win a ski vacation of a lifetime as Indy Pass and Japan Ski Tours are giving away a dream trip for two. The prize includes a seven-day, all-expense-paid trip for two including round trip airfare, transportation, lodging, meals, two pair of Atomic Bent Chetler skis, and two Indy Passes. Enter to win and find contest details at indyskipass.com.

 

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Earlier this year, Indy Pass also added Eagle Point Resort in Beaver, Utah, Snow Valley Mountain Resort in California, Sundown Mountain Resort in Dubuque, Iowa, Ski Marmot Basin in Canada, and Titus Mountain in New York, strengthening its presence from coast to coast in North America. With a total of 76 resorts in 27 states and provinces and three countries, the Indy Pass provides up to 152 days of skiing and riding for just $279, $119 for kids, and $379 unrestricted if you purchase by 8/31.

Experience the joy of skiing and riding at an independent ski resort and join the Indy Revolution today—prices go up after August 31!

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