Stratton Mountain Resort in Vermont is selling 2010-11 season passes, with Standard and Premier Pass holders able to lock in rates at last season's lowest price until April 30.
Skiers and riders can buy a spring add-on to new 2010-2011 Season Passes, valid from March 15 to April 11, for $50-$100, depending on pass type.
Season Passes start at $229 for Sundays; $310 for Midweek; $459 for Value which is valid on all dates except for holiday blackout dates making it one of the most affordable buys in all of New England; and $849 for Standard, without any blackout dates or restrictions.
Stratton's Premier Pass costs $1,099 and includes early lift access and parking discounts, while the Ultra Pass at $1,469 will get you on the hill at Stratton, Okemo, and Sunapee all season long.
The perks don't stop with skiing and riding. Stratton offers pass holders the best available package rate for lodging, special offers for friends and family, discounted lift tickets at other Intrawest resorts, a one-year subscription to Stratton Magazine, a one-year subscription to SKI Magazine, and free gondola rides all summer long.
Those who sign up for Standard, Premier, and Ultra Passes will receive a retail gift card to use on gear and accessories, free lift tickets for family and friends.
Prices go up April 30.