New for Next Winter: Snowbird’s $799 Season Parking Pass

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A view of Snowbird from Black Knob. | Photo courtesy of SnowBrains

Snowbird is selling a Preferred Parking Pass that will give guests access to its Lower Gad Valley, Pond, and Bypass Road Preferred Parking Lots for the 2022-23 season. For a mere $799, it could be all yours.

Seven-hundred and ninety-nine dollars…

Seems a bit steep for a parking pass! Snowbird released its pricing for its Prefered Parking Pass along with its pricing for its season passes next season in a press release earlier this week. Not all of the Bird’s parking will be paid, but for its Preferred Parking areas, you’ll have to pay a pretty penny. You can read the full press release below.

“Season Parking Passes will also go on sale April 13, 2022, starting at $799. Snowbird’s parking program for the 2022-23 season will remain the same as that used during the 2021-22 season, with a hybrid approach offering both paid, reserved parking in complement to the majority of parking being free, first-come, first-served.” – Snowbird

 

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SNOWBIRD RELEASES 2022-23 SEASON PASS OPTIONS

Passholders may choose between three pass products and a payment plan.

(Snowbird, Utah) – March 30, 2022 – Snowbird announced today the details of its 2022-23 season pass and parking products, including pricing, benefits and payment options. Those who purchase a 2022-23 Summit Season Pass will not only get unlimited access to skiing and snowboarding this spring and all next winter, but also free access to ride in the resort’s new Tram cabins, expected to be open in late June. Passholders will have the option to purchase rooftop balcony access.

“The 2022-23 winter season not only signifies the start of the next era of Snowbird with our all-new Tram cabins, but the symbolic start of what the next 50 years have in store,” said Dave Fields, Snowbird president and general manager. “We look forward to moving into the future with our loyal passholders, continuing to build lifelong mountain memories.”

For just $50 down, the Summit Pass will be available for purchase starting April 13, 2022, providing unlimited access to Snowbird. The Alta-Bird Pass will be available later this spring, with more details to follow. Both passes will offer the option to purchase an Ikon Base Pass as an add-on (does not include days at Alta) for $299. The Flex-4 Tix will also be available for purchase, giving one person access to the mountain any four days of the 2022-23 winter season, with zero blackout dates.

New for the 2022-23 season, Snowbird is offering all returning season passholders Bird Loyalty Benefits. Bird Loyalty Benefits will be automatically given to anyone purchasing their second or more consecutive season pass and includes a free night’s stay at The Cliff Lodge per adult pass, two summertime All-Day Activity Passes and four 50% off Friends and Family Tickets. All passholders, regardless of loyalty status, will receive Bird Benefits which include free UTA Bus fare, unlimited 15% off select Mountain School programs, discounted lodging rates, 10% off all Snowbird logo merchandise, 20% off gear rentals and more.

Season Parking Passes will also go on sale April 13, 2022, starting at $799. Snowbird’s parking program for the 2022-23 season will remain the same as that used during the 2021-22 season, with a hybrid approach offering both paid, reserved parking in complement to the majority of parking being free, first-come, first-served.

Snowbird parking map. Purple marks the preferred parking zones. | Photo courtesy of Snowbird

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