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Old 10-14-2010, 10:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default When does the rate for the colorado season pass increase?

I need to buy mine soon, but I'm moving this weekend so I'd like to put it off for a couple weeks if I can. I have a feeling it's about to increase though. Does anyone know the exact date?
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There might be a small increase this month. Not sure. Should be cheap through the first week of November though. After that you can expect the price to jump up by Benjamin's.
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If I remember right, last year it went from around 600 to 1900 in mid Nov. So yeah, pull the trigger pretty soon.
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wow.. $1900 is a killer down payment on a brand new sled.. and for monthly payments of up $2000 a yr or less u could have a lifetime backcountry pass and ONLY ride powder... colorado is a killer sled access area for shredding..

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If I remember right, last year it went from around 600 to 1900 in mid Nov. So yeah, pull the trigger pretty soon.
HOLY GOD! I didn't know it's that much. Time to bust out excel and do my finances
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I just spoke with customer service on the phone. The rate increase is on Tuesday (or the day after tuesday, I don't remember which). He said you can do it in person at the REI in Denver at 1416 Platte St. He also said the rate only goes up $10 or $20 on that first day of increase, so I won't sweat it too much. Unfortunately I wont be able to get mine until tuesday night at the earliest, because I'm moving to Denver this weekend.
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Yeah, that increase is a bearable one. It does cost you more but it's minimal. It's the November increase that'll kill you. The pass price will double or more.
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Based in what I've found online, I think I may be too late for any of these season pass deals.

Does anyone know if there is any way to get these deals still?

I'm most likely accepting a job offer in Denver this week, but wouldn't start until the end of January.

Is there ANY season pass cheaper than the EPIC pass which is now like $1900?

My buddies all have the Colorado Pass which they bought for like $500-600, but I don't think that one is available either. They mostly ride Breck, abasin, and keystone. The CO pass gives them 10 days total at beaver creek or vail.

Am I screwed solely because of when I got the job offer?
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