Big news, everybody: Next year’s New England Passes are on sale now!
If you buy your pass in full now, you’ll be able to use that pass for the rest of this season. All the latest long-range forecasts call for cold and snowy weather to continue through the beginning of April, so there’s plenty of shredding left in the tank this year.
Still waiting for your tax return to come in? Our Easy Pay Plan lets you put $50 down toward your New England Pass now and pay the rest over the summer. And if you put $50 down by April 30, you’ll lock in the lowest pass rate of the year.
Believe it or not, but we have even bigger news.
We’re now offering an entirely new pass for next year: the M.A.X. Pass (the M.A.X. stands for multi-alpine experience). Gold and Silver New England Passholders can upgrade their New England Pass by purchasing a M.A.X. Pass Add-on for $259, which will give them 5 days of skiing or riding each at an additional 19 resorts across the country. Or, you can purchase the M.A.X. Pass by itself for $699. Either way, it’s a killer deal.
The M.A.X. Pass Add-on is a brilliant, affordable way to discover resorts outside the New England Pass family. You can think of the M.A.X Pass as an open invitation to visit a huge extended family you never even knew you had. And if you visit every resort in that family for 5 days each, you’ll be on snow for 95 days at world-class mountains like Brighton, Big Sky, Copper, Tremblant, and more – all for just $259.
The list goes on and on, but I’m starting to get carpal tunnel syndrome from all this typing. You can check out the full list of resorts – and more M.A.X. Pass details – at themaxpass.com.
If you do the math, 95 days of skiing and riding for $259 works out to $2.72 a day. That’s pretty crazy. Even if you only use the M.A.X. Pass Add-on just 5 times next winter, that works out to $52 a day for some of the best skiing and riding on the continent.
We’re ready to maximize our time on the slopes next winter. Are you?