A snowboarder enjoys powder at Copper Mountain, Colorado. Photo by Tripp Fay/Copper Mountain.
To sweeten the deal, Copper Mountain is offering three free Secret Passes, valued at $90, with season pass renewals. Secret passes let you skip the lift lines and access some lifts 15 minutes earlier than everyone else.
The 2013-2014 season passes for Copper Mountain are $369 for adults, $299 for teens, $209 for kids (ages 6-12) and $249 for seniors.
Four-packs for next season are also on sale starting $59 per ticket, with no blackout dates and additional passholder deals and benefits all season long.
Four-pack benefits include:
- 20 percent of tickets at other Powdr resorts, including Park City, Killington, Boreal, Mt. Bachelor, Las Vegas and Pico
- 10 percent off at all Copper owned food and beverage locations 20 percent off at Solitude Station
- 50 percent off tubing walk-up sessions (based on availability.
- 10 percent off walk-up Rentals at Copper Sports
- 20 percent off walk-up Ski Demo Rentals at Copper Rocker Demo Ski Shop (snowboards not available)
- 10 percent off any tune by Copper Mountain's Wintersteiger at The Fix Tune Shop
The Rocky Mountain Superpass, vaild at Copper Mountain and Winter Park is also on sale at $419 for adults — and don't forget about the Superpass Plus, which adds six days at Steamboat.
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