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Thredbo Winter Season Pass

Discussion in 'Thredbo' started by Cat_Herder, Feb 4, 2015.

  1. Cat_Herder

    Cat_Herder Hard Yards

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    Hey Everyone,

    Last year, in the earlybird sales, I made the rash decision to go for the Perisher Freedom pass over the 365. I'm already regretting it...

    My question is, is there a winter ONLY season pass for Thredbo? On their website, I am getting the idea that there is, just haven't released the prices yet. Does anybody know the approximate cost I'm looking at. I really don't want to buy 2 full season passes.

    Thanks
     
  2. WaitAwhile

    WaitAwhile One of Us Ski Pass: Silver

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    Purely from a skiing point of view you already have the best one, if its for the winter season only and you want to get the maximum skiing days in.
    The Thredbo pass is great value for locals who also like to use the summer facilities and the pool area.
    Most of the resorts used to do an "earlybird" season pass, which had to be purchased a few months before the season started, they knocked a few hundred $$$$$$ of the price of a full season pass which is about $1600(and maybe a bit more)
    Just to put it into perspective, a full season pass for Thredbo in 1994 was $935 and a Perisher Pass was $735
     
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  3. sourmash

    sourmash One of Us

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    $1,400 IIRC
     
  4. climberman

    climberman CloudRide1000 Legend Ski Pass: Gold

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    Unless you want to ski Thredbo
     
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