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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 03-25-2011, 05:23 PM Thread Starter
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Discounted 2011/2012 Kirkwood Season Passes

Hey folks,

I had a thread going last year with the network deal that many of you took advantage of. So wanted to pass along the sweet savings again this year. Kirkwood just announced their 2011/2012 Early Bird Season Pass Prices.

You can save $50 on an unlimited kirkwood pass through my network. The network pass is basically a discounted version of Kirkwood's 7wood pass. It's an unlimited pass; ride any day of the year, no blackouts. no holiday restrictions, no weekend restrictions. any day the lifts are spinning, your pass is good!

The network pass is selling for $299 through April 30th, using the following url:

https://skikirkwood.com/e-commerce/grpLogin2.aspx

login = epa

password = kirkwood


I posted more deets on the program here:

Kirkwood Network Pass

you also get the following pass benefits:

Network Season Pass Benefits:

1) Purchase up to 2 all day discounted tickets each day: $20 off Monday-Friday and $10 off weekends and holidays for friends.
2) 20% off Sunday-Friday/Non-Holiday lodging rates
3) 10% off Kirkwood logo wear.
4) Exclusive Passholder Pricing at Shopkirkwood.com

Kirkwood Network Pass


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had a few questions from folks about add on prices for things like x-country, mtn bike, spring pass, etc. here they are:

spring pass (let's you ride through the current year) - $99
x-country (gives you access to kirkwood's x-country center) - $69
mtn bike park - $59
ski green pass - $10
season pass insurance - $23

and feel free to email me if you have other questions: kirkwoodnetworkpass@gmail.com


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quick update

kirkwood dropped the spring pass add-on price to only $59. so if you want to ride out the last month of the season, check it out. more info here:

Kirkwood Network Pass


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one more quick update. So I've also heard a rumor that you can make this deal even sweeter by shopping at costco. You can purchase 3 ($100) gift cards for $80 each and apply those toward you season pass purchase. So if that holds true, you'd end up paying $240 for a season pass! Don't hold me to it, in case costco has sold out or discontinued the program (i haven't been recently), but a bunch of folks have already bought their passes this way so wanted to pass on the savings. Once you have your costco cards, go here to purchase your network pass:

www.kirkwood.com/network

or

https://skikirkwood.com/e-commerce/grpLogin2.aspx

login = epa

password = kirkwood

hope that helps.

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two weeks left

a quick bump on this to remind you that there are only two weeks left. there are still some costco gift cards out there which will make the deal even sweeter.

more info here: Kirkwood Network Pass

and questions: kirkwoodnetworkpass@gmail.com


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five days till the price increase.

a quick bump at the five day mark.

$299 for an unlimited pass for next season.

www.kirkwood.com/network

group name = epa

password = kirkwood


more info: Kirkwood Network Pass


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soft deadline...

soft deadline on the network pass. get yours before they raise the price (any minute now).

Kirkwood Network Pass


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Mannie,

What does me buying the Network Pass do for you? I already bought it (2nd year in an row, and I live in Philly!), but wonder what this Network Pass thing does for people like you and Kirkwood (the other Network Pass poster). Just curious. You can PM me if it is a secret.

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Argh... so tempting. Is it silly to get 2 season passes?
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Coco, alot of people do that!! If the price was for squaw I would do it, but I've heard great things about kirkwood!
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