The new Hi-5 Card is now on sale for skiing at less than $60 a day
STRATTON MOUNTAIN, Vermont – The excitement of the season’s first snowflakes has not yet worn off, and as another cold front swings through Vermont, now is the time to lock in powder days for less.
For the skiers and riders who balk at the commitment to a full season pass, Stratton Mountain now offers two ways to save on snow days: the new Hi-5 Card and the tried-and-true X2 Card, both on sale now.
The Hi-5 Card is an unprecedented offer from Stratton that gets the holder on snow for less than $60 a day, any given day of the season. The Hi-5 comes loaded with five days of skiing or riding, with no blackouts and no restrictions, for just $299, excluding tax. The card is fully reloadable at a continued savings, but is only available to buy before November 26.
The X2 Card is an even more flexible option, offering a special discounted ticket rate any day, for any number of days. Loaded with one free day of skiing/snowboarding, the X2 pays for itself with just one visit, after which the holder is entitled to a discounted lift ticket every day they choose with direct-to-lift convenience. For $79 plus tax, the X2 card includes one free day, plus savings of $30 off the window ticket rate on mid-week days, $20 off non-holiday weekends and $10 off on holidays.
Visit Stratton.com or call 1-800-STRATTON to buy a Hi-5 or X2 card and to choose a Stratton card or pass that fits any lifestyle.