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Indy Pass On Sale Date 3/1 for Past Members and Wait Listed, 3/8 Public, No Price Increase


 Indy Passes go on sale March 1 for all current passholders, all past passholders, and all waitlisted individuals. On Sale to the General Public March 8, while supplies last.

 Adult Pass Just $279

GRANBY, COLORADO – Indy Pass announced today that prices for returning passholders will not increase for the 2024/25 season, a remarkable third year in a row with the same price on adult passes. Discussions with all 185 current resort partners are proceeding, and the total count is guaranteed to exceed 200 by the start of next season.

“The Indy Pass team has worked hard to create sustainable pricing while the cost of skiing and riding continues to increase at astronomical rates,” said Indy Pass Director Erik Mogensen. “This pricing plan demonstrates our commitment to our passholders and partner resorts that the Indy Pass will continue to lead the industry in affordable, independent skiing.”

March 1 at 10 AM Mountain Time, returning passholders, any lapsed passholder, and those on the waitlist will have exclusive early access to the 24/25 Indy Pass at their respective prices. On March 8 at 10 AM Mountain Time, passes will go on sale to the public until capacity is reached.

Those with a physical Indy Pass can simply scan the QR code on the front of the pass to begin the renewal process. Alternatively any former or current passholder can quickly renew by logging in to their account and following a new streamlined process. Those on the waitlist will receive a text message and an email with a unique promo code to purchase.

To stay true to the less-crowded nature of Indy resorts, the number of passes for sale will again be limited. It is strongly recommended to secure a pass as early as possible.

Indy Pass partner resorts are contracted for one year at a time, and renewals occur throughout the off-season. In addition, several new resorts are in the process of joining the pass, leading Indy Pass officials to declare a guarantee of 200 resorts or your money back.

“Unlike the corporate passes, we have to re-contract every year with over 180 independent partner resorts,” said Indy Pass founder Doug Fish. “This process takes time, but we are confident our total roster will increase significantly by next season.”