18/19 Season Pass - Sun Peaks

northsail

One of Us
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Jan 7, 2011
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We are going to be spending 7 days at Sun Peaks this upcoming season...In your experience is it better to purchase a season ticket with that amount of time or purchase a different package?
From memory you need to ski about 10 days to break even. Look at some other options to save some money.
 

gareth_oau

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Dec 27, 2008
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Canning Vale, Perth
Yeah minimu of 10 skiing days to justify the cost.

As you get closer you can buy A different pass online and then pay for a few days at a time and get some discounts over the daily rates and also avoid queuing at ticket windows
 
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ConnieCheeWah

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Newbie alert! First post. Longtime lurker!

Just had a quick look at the Sun Peaks website, and it may be a little more than 10 days skiing to justify the CAD $899 for the season pass......but not much.

3 day Peaks Snow Card - CAD $252 which then allows you a discounted rate for 'top up' days of between $78 and $94 depending on your dates.

I like the sound of this:

SAVE TIME, GO DIRECT-TO-LIFT
Purchase your Peaks Snow card online, then decide if you’d like to activate the direct-to-lift option in person at Guest Services to easily access additional days after your pre-paid days are used. You’ll be able to skip the ticket window and head straight to the chairlift! Your first ticket scan of each day will automatically charge the appropriate discounted day rate.

Look out the window, check the snow report and head to the lifts......or not.

We (family of 4 Queenslanders) will be there for 12 days from January 9th.
 
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