Fabulous Deals For Senior’s Next Season Passes Are Happening Now.

Sugarbush offers a $99 mid-week pass for seniors. Act now. Price goes up on May 4. Credit: Sugarbush
Sugarbush offers a $99 mid-week pass for seniors. Act now. Price goes up on May 4.
Credit: Sugarbush

It’s never too early to think about next winter. Most ski areas have opened up season pass sales for next winter with some big savings for seniors if they plan ahead and purchase their passes now. Here are a few of the highlights.

If you’re 65 or older and planning to ski at least a couple of days at Sugarbush next winter you can’t go wrong with the Boomer All Mountain 5 Pass. This season pass is good mid-week, non-holiday at both Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen.

At a price of only $99 it may be one of the best deals in New England. It does require quick action as this price only holds until May 4th. After that it goes up to $199, still a very good deal.

Bolton Valley requires a little faster action. It’s Senior Pass (ages 65-74) is $199 and the Senior Plus for those 75 and up is a mere $29 if purchased by April 4th.

In New Hampshire early bird deals are available also. Gunstock offers a mid-week only Super Senior Saver pass for ages 65-80 for $149 with a May 1 purchase cut-off date.

King Pine’s Midweek Adventure Pass includes skiing and riding, XC skiing, ice skating and snowshoeing for those 65+ for $120 and if you’re 70+ you are not limited to weekdays – an Anytime Adventure Pass is $100.

Many other resorts encourage seniors to get on the slopes, especially midweek, with season passes at around the $300 mark. Senior rates usually begin at age 65 with some Super Senior values offered to those 70 and over. Check out your favorite areas. The best deals usually have a purchase deadline in the spring.


  1. Howard Trachtenberg says:

    FYI Killington has a SuperSenior (80+) Unlimited Seasons Pass for $59. Hard to beat, especially after this snow starved season in which Killington did a fantastic job of snow making and maintenance.

  2. Paul Remillard says:

    Cannon mt. is free midweek for everyone 65 and over no pass required.

  3. And only if you are aNew Hampshire resident

  4. Okemo’s sale to Vail resorts is scheduled to eliminate senior and mid-week passes for seniors. supposedly if you bought a 2018/19 pass before the ownership transfer this summer your purchase will be honored, otherwise beware. What a bummer for us all.

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