Indy Pass Sales Smash Previous Record

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Skiers charge down the slopes at Cannon Mountain, NH, which is on the Indy Pass for the 22-23 season. | Photo courtesy of Indy Pass

PORTLAND, Ore. (September 15, 2022) – The Indy Pass announced today that year-to-date pass sales are smashing previous records and suggest that post-pandemic interest in independent resorts continues to climb. Revenue through September 14 is up 67%, and units sold are up 52% over the 2021/22 season.

“We are stoked to see the interest in independent resorts continue now that the pandemic has subsided, said Indy Pass founder Doug Fish. We’ve already matched last year’s total revenue, and our sales continue to climb with nearly six months left before we stop selling passes.”

Helping to drive the increased interest is a major expansion of participating resorts. Since the end of the 21/22 season, 40 new resorts have joined the coalition, including premier partners like Mt. Hood Meadows, Oregon, Nubs Nob, Michigan, and Mountain High, California, along with 14 cross-country resorts. Several more partner resorts will be announced in the coming weeks.

Indy Passes will be on sale through at least February 28, 2023, and a final price increase will be announced later this fall.

Fall Prices:

Indy Base Pass – Adult $329, Kids (12-and-under) $149

Indy+ Pass – Adult $429, Kids $199 (no blackouts)

Indy Base AddOn Pass – Adult $219, Kids $119 (partner and allied resort season passholders only)

Indy+ AddOn Pass – Adult $319, Kids $169 (no blackouts)

Indy Cross Country (XC) Pass – Adult $69, Kids $29 (no blackouts)

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  1. So now all the ‘Indy’ ski mountains are going to be overrun? Who came up with these stupid passes? Use to be a pass was for one location everything else was multi day passes. Now people buy a cheap pass just to tell their friends in Cleveland, hey I got a ski pass!

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