Here's How Much Longer You Have to Get an Epic Pass for the 2024/2025 Season Before the Price Goes Up

The pass currently costs $982 for the 2024 and 2025 season.

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The Epic Pass allows travelers to hop around the world, skiing at some of the best mountains out there. But come Memorial Day, it’s going to get more expensive.

The cost of a pass, which is owned by Vail Resorts and offers unlimited and unrestricted access to more than 40 different resorts along with limited access to dozens more, is set to rise on May 27, Vail told Travel + Leisure. The pass currently costs $982 for the 2024 and 2025 season.

It wasn’t immediately clear how much the price increase would be.

“With the thrill of skiing and riding still on our minds, right now is the best time to invest in next winter’s memories with a 2024/25 Epic Pass — especially while it’s available for the lowest price of the year,” Laura Bonfiglio, Vail Resorts’ senior manager of global communications, told T+L. “It’s easy to embrace the changing seasons while planning ahead for your next snow-filled adventure, and knowing that soon we’ll be back to wearing out our Epic Passes on our favorite powder-coated mountains.”

The Epic Pass includes access to popular mountains like Park City and Breckenridge, as well as international resorts like Canada’s Whistler Blackcomb and Australia’s Perisher. New for next season, the Epic Pass will also include access to another international resort: Switzerland’s Crans-Montana Mountain Resort.

Epic Pass holders also receive access to the company’s Epic Mountain Rewards program, which provides a 20 percent discount on food, lodging, lessons, rentals, and more. And travelers won’t have to wait until it’s cold to use their passes with free summer scenic gondola rides included at several resorts.

In addition to the Epic Pass, the company offers cheaper and more restricted options like the Epic Local Pass, which currently costs $731 and offers unrestricted access to 29 resorts, and the Northeast Value Pass, which currently costs $600 and includes access to 21 resorts across the Northeast, mid-Atlantic, and Midwest.

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