Current Pass Holders Can Renew Online Using Existing Resort I.D. Card
Park City, Utah – Park City Mountain Resort is currently offering Early Bird pricing on a variety of season pass products. The Early Bird sale is available to new purchasers and renewal customers, with online renewals offering the most favorable pricing on most passes.
The Early Bird Season Pass offer follows on the heels of this past season’s launch of the Resort’s digital photo I.D. card. Current season pass holders use their digital I.D. cards for lift access and, when a credit card number is attached, for cashless resort charging using the Resort’s Mountain Direct program. Currently, season pass holders are able to renew these photo passes for next season either online or in person – and continue to use the same I.D. card they obtained for the 2001-2002 winter season. The renewal offer allows current pass holders to skip picking up a new pass or taking a new photo at the start of each season. In addition to saving time, it also will allow pass holders to save money on most pass products when renewing online at www.parkcitymountain.com .
Available for Early Bird purchase and renewal are Park City Mountain Resort’s Full (adult, youth and child), Midweek, Family, Senior and Military Season Passes (in-person purchase required for Military Passes). These passes must be purchased between June 1 and July 30, 2002 to qualify for Early Bird pricing. Pass holders of paid 2001-2002 season passes will be protected from price increases if they renew online during the Early Bird period, even if they switch to a different pass product.
Also, the Resort is offering new purchases and in-person or online renewals of the Utah K-12 Student Pass ($99 for all Utah K-12 students through September 30, 2002, increasing to $149 for both renewals and new purchases on October 1, 2002). The Utah K-12 Student Pass has no blackout dates. The Resort also announces the return of a new and improved Utah Locals Celebration Pass, available June 1 through September 30, 2002 only. The new Utah Locals Celebration Pass provides 5 days of skiing for $175, with no blackout dates – a new benefit for Utah residents. Another Utah resident pass, the EZ Access 10, will be offered as well, with a sales period of June 1 through November 15, 2002 only, and lowest pricing for online renewals.