Editor’s Note: As the Mountain Collective Pass is a quantity based sale, the $469 price point has sold out as well as the bonus third day. Tickets are of limited quantity and prices are subject to change. The pass is currently available for purchase at $469 per adult and $99 per child.
What is the Mountain Collective Pass?
The Mountain Collective Pass is a multi resort ski pass that gives skiers and riders access to 16 world class destinations. Passholders receive 2 free days at each destination and 50% off every day after that. Passes are currently $469 for adults and $99 for kids 12 and under, but these prices won’t last long. The price increases after a set number of passes are sold. Purchase your pass today to receive a bonus third day at the destination of your choice.
What is the “bonus third day” all about?
For a limited time, when you purchase a pass, you can select an extra day at the Mountain Collective resort of your choice. Have a long weekend planned at Squaw Valley? A Mountain Collective Pass can cover that. Flying to Jackson Hole for the week? Enjoy three days of skiing or riding on your Mountain Collective pass and ski or ride for 50% off after that.
The bonus third day can really boost the value of your Mountain Collective and, in some cases, three days at one resort can even cover the cost of the pass. Last year at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows holiday lift tickets were $159! Three days of skiing or riding at that rate adds up to $477. A Mountain Collective Pass is currently only $469, which means the pass can pay for itself after one holiday weekend.
So what are you waiting for?
If you wait to buy your Mountain Collective pass you are leaving money on the table. The price increases after a certain number of passes have been sold. The current price is $469, but that inventory is nearly sold out! When the $469 price disappears, your opportunity to get an extra day disappears as well.