Snowpass Card is the First European Multi-Resort Pass | World’s Biggest Ski Pass Goes on Sale Next Week

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Snowpass, the world’s biggest pass.

Touted as the ‘biggest ski pass of the world’, Snowpass is the first European-wide season ski pass and goes on sale next week with the aim of bringing together 100 ski resorts from 8 countries. 50,000 passes will be available on 12th May for €395 ($440), rising to €895 ($1,000) once they have all sold out.

In the era of multi-resort passes, dominated in recent years by the Epic Pass, the Snowpass Card will be the first of its kind aimed at European Resorts and will have access to some of the biggest resorts in the world from eight countries, including the main ski countries of Austria, Italy, France, and Switzerland. The list of partner ski resorts will be released on May 8th.

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The pass will feature some of the world’s biggest resorts.

The permitted dates for skiing on the Snowpass Card are from 1st November 2019 through to 25th April 2020, and the card will allow pass holders access to all partner ski resorts, offering a huge variety of terrain across the 176 days.

More than 40,000 people all across Europe have already pre-ordered their card and sales will start on 12th May at 12h 12m 12s.

Snowpass, formed by a multinational team of winter sports fans, had the goal of making people skiing/snowboarding more and aims to give everyone the opportunity to enjoy the slopes during the whole ski season at an affordable price, whilst providing necessary revenue for the ski resorts involved.

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4 thoughts on “Snowpass Card is the First European Multi-Resort Pass | World’s Biggest Ski Pass Goes on Sale Next Week

  1. I don’t see Port du Soleil on their website, but they say more resorts will be announced. I already know I’m going there next year, so I’d like to buy the pass when it’s released on May 12, but only if I can be sure that it covers Port du Soleil. If anyone knows I would appreciate some info!

  2. It is not the first aki pass of this kind. There is Magic Pass valid in many Swiss ski resorts.

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