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Ikon Pass pricing and payment plan deadlines are Tuesday, April 23

Those who are planning to buy an Ikon Pass to ski Steamboat Resort next winter will want to lock in the price Tuesday, April 23, before it increases $100 on Wednesday, April 24.

Steamboat skiers and snowboarders have the option of unlimited Steamboat Resort access on the Ikon Pass for $949 or five restricted days at Steamboat on the Ikon Base pass for $649 through Tuesday. The Ikon Base Pass is blacked out from Dec. 26 to 31, Jan. 18 and 19, and Feb. 15 and 16.

Tuesday also is the deadline for the renewal discount, child pass discount and payment plan options. Starting Wednesday, April 24, no discounts or payment plans will be offered.

Those who put down $199 by Tuesday have the option of paying off the pass over four months from June to September as well as adding a discounted child pass. Adults who buy a full Ikon Pass can purchase as many as two child passes for $199 each. Those with an Ikon Base pass can get up to two child passes for $159 each.

To purchase an Ikon Pass — or for more information about pricing, discounts and resort access — visit ikonpass.com.

By the numbers

2019-20 Ikon Pass
Unlimited Steamboat access
• Adult (23 and older): $949
• Young adult (ages 13 to 22): $699
• Child (ages 5 to 12): $299
• Ages 4 and younger: $49

2019-20 Ikon Base
Five restricted days at Steamboat
• Adult (23 and older): $649
• Young adult (ages 13 to 22): $499
• Child (ages 5 to 12): $259
• Ages 4 and younger: $49

Discounts
• Up to a $30 discount for 2018-19 Ikon passholders.
• Up to two discounted children’s passes per adult pass.
• Military and college student discounts available with validation at IkonPass.com.

Prices increase $100 Wednesday, April 24


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