2013-14 UNLIMITED MY PICO SEASON PASSES AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE: BUY NOW, SKI & RIDE NOW
Pico introduces new pass products and keeps last season’s prices the same on adult unlimited passes and drops price on youth unlimited passes
KILLINGTON, VT, (March 15, 2013) – Vermont’s Pico Mountain, big mountain terrain and small mountain charm since 1937, announces 2013-14 season pass pricing for the spring sale. Pico Mountain is offering guests who purchase and pay in full the opportunity to use their 2013-14 season pass starting March 15, 2013, or opt to participate in a payment plan and start using their pass next season.
For the 2013-14 season, Pico will offer My Pico Unlimited Adult pass (ages 19-64) season passes for just $349; Senior pass (65-79) for $249; Youth pass (ages 7-18) for $149; Vermont Student pass (grades K-12) for $99 and the all-new Super Senior (80+) and Child pass (6 and under) for $39. My Pico Unlimited Pass are valid every day of the 2013-14 season from December 14, 2013 through March 30, 2014, weather and snow conditions permitting. My Pico Pass holders receive numerous benefits, including discounts on Snow Sports School lessons, food & beverage, retail and lodging.
Additionally, My Pico Pass holders can add on a Killington Resort upgrade to their passes for only $99 through June 13, 2013 for all ages and ski or ride at Killington one day a week when Pico is closed on either Tuesday or Wednesday, non-peak*.
Returning for the 2013-14 season are renewable My Pico Passes. If you are currently a 2012-13 season pass holder, keep your pass because after you sign the 2013-14 Express Acceptance of Risks, Indemnification & Forum Selection Agreement form, you will be able to skip the line and head directly to the lifts on opening day. Additionally, all adult and senior pass holders who renew their pass will also receive $25 pre-loaded resort bucks to their new pass to be used on food & beverages, retail, lessons and more next season (some restrictions apply).
Pico will also be offering an all-ages Refund Protection Option. For only 5% of your pass price you will receive a refund if you are unable to ski/ride for the remainder of the season due to injury, illness, job transfer, etc. (some restrictions apply).
Pico will also offer a payment plan for all 2013-14 season passes purchased before the June 13 deadline for 1.5% non-refundable fee per pass. Simply purchase a pass with a credit card at the Ticket Sales Center or by calling 866-667-7426 by June 13, and pay 33 percent of the total season pass purchase at the time of your order, 33 percent will be automatically charged to your credit card on August 1 and the final 34 percent will automatically be charged to your card on October 1.
Lift hours are 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays, and 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekends and peak days.
*Peak days for the 2013-14 season include: Dec 21-Jan 1; Jan 18-20, 2013; Feb 15-21
About Pico Mountain:
Celebrating its 75th Anniversary, in 1937 on Thanksgiving morning, a legend was born: Pico Mountain Ski Resort. Although it was humbly equipped with only a 1,200’ rope tow powered by a Hudson motor car engine, skiers – true skiers – loved it. No other big mountain has so much quaint charm. Since then a lot has changed. But the love that began seventy-five years ago for this mountain still lives today, and it’s as strong as ever. Families and skiing traditionalists now enjoy 52 trails and the Triple Slope Terrain Park serviced by seven lifts, including two high-speed detachable quads. www.PicoMountain.com.