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Only three days remain to pick up your Aspen/Snowmass season pass at the “Super Early” season rate. Those who buy their passes before the end of the day Friday will save more than 15 percent.In other words, those wishing to purchase a premier pass will spend $1,699 as opposed to $1,879 during early registration (passes purchased through Nov. 16) and $1,999 for regular registration (after Nov. 16). Premier passholders are entitled to unlimited skiing on the Aspen Skiing Co.’s four mountains during the winter as well as access to lifts on Aspen Mountain and Snowmass during summer. They also enjoy additional benefits, including a 15 percent discount on logo wear, 20 percent discount on ski and snowboard tuning, and 30 percent discounts on premier/demo ski and snowboard rentals at Aspen/Snowmass Four-Mountain Sports and D&E Ski and Snowboard Shop. All four-mountain season passes are valid for any early- and late-season openings. All season passholders are entitled to purchase a locals clinic pass for $153. This pass allows participation in unlimited clinics throughout the season and must be purchased by Nov. 16. Season-pass holders also may purchase a NASTAR Season Pass, valid for unlimited runs on all three NASTAR courses throughout the season, for $92 through Nov. 16 and $132 thereafter. Passes are available at the Aspen Mountain ticket office and the Snowmass ticket pavilion.


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