March 21, 2012 Posted by admin in Business
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Local resorts’ season pass sales: broken down

It’s that time of year again; time to start thinking about next year’s powder stashes, tram rides and headwaters lines. Save big bucks by purchasing a season pass early, so come fall, first tracks will be your only worry.

Here are the two local deals:

Big Sky Resort

Adult Gold Pass: $799

College Gold Pass: $599

Junior Gold Pass (ages 11-17): $299 (With purchase of Adult Gold Pass)

Youth (Ages 6 – 10): $49 (With purchase of Adult Gold Pass)

Silver Pass (midweek): $649

Big Sky Resort’s early sale goes through April 30. Pay in full, and passes include free skiing for the last two weeks of April 2012, or buy with a payment plan for the Adult Gold Pass for $260.02 down (with tax). bigskyresort.com

Moonlight Basin

Adult: $499

Senior (65+): $445

Midweek: $350

College: $299

Junior (ages 11- 17): $299

Kids 10 and under: Free

Moonlight Basin’s early sale goes through April 30, and passes are valid for the rest of this season, starting the day of purchase. Moonlight is also offering a ‘pay in two’ plan, where the initial payment for adults is $250 and $99 down for junior and college passes. Current season pass holders can receive a $50 renewal bonus, and Value Card holders can upgrade to a season pass and receive $49 toward the purchase. Also, Moonlight Basin is giving away signature t-shirts to those who purchase season passes in person, on a first come, first served basis. moonlightbasin.com