KILLINGTON, Vermont — From K55 tickets, to the Killington Express Card and pre-purchased on-line Etickets, skiers and riders who plan ahead this season will enjoy significant savings over walk-up window ticket rates at Vermont’s Killington Resort.
“Fewer than one-in-five skiers actually pay the full one-day window ticket rate,” stated Rob Megnin, Killington Resort’s director of sales, marketing and reservations. “For those skiers and riders who plan ahead and want to hit the mountain on off-peak days, we offer numerous value opportunities this season at Killington Resort.”
The best early-season deal on single-day lift tickets is the K55 ticket, offering savings up to $29 off one-day window ticket rates. K55 tickets are perfect for skiers planning to hit the slopes with the best possible value, especially when compared to weekend non-peak window ticket rates.
K55 tickets are available on-line only through October 15, 2010 and are valid for all ages during the 2010-11 ski and snowboard season, with the exception of 22 peak days (Dec 24-Jan 02; Jan 15-17; Feb 19-27). K55 tickets are non-refundable and limited to 10 tickets per order.
Killington Express Card
For skiers and riders hitting the mountain four or more days this season, the Killington Express Card offers outstanding value and direct-to-lift access. Available for just $79, the Killington Express Card offers a mid-week day of skiing for less than $40 per day.
Available on-line or at any Killington ticket window through February 1, 2011, the Killington Express Card offers adults 50 percent off mid-week, non-peak ticket rate; and 25 percent off weekend and peak rates throughout the 2010-11 season.
Perfect for skiers and riders who plan to hit the mountain for two or more consecutive days during the 2010-11 season. On-line Etickets offer savings up to 20 percent off walk-up window ticket rates. Adult two-day eTickets are just $139, a $15 savings over the two-day window ticket rate.
Three or more day Etickets include a grace day, so you can ski/ride three of four days, four of five days and so on. Etickets must be purchased at least 48 hours prior to arrival and can be picked up at any ticket window.
About Killington Resort
Killington Resort offers the most diverse ski and snowboard terrain in the East, world-class terrain parks, an expansive lift network, the most extensive snowmaking system in the world complemented by numerous off-mountain activities, including apres, dining, shopping and lodging options. For the 2010-11 season, Killington Resort is the East Coast stop for the Winter Dew Tour, Jan. 20-23, showcasing the top winter ski and snowboard athletes from around the world competing in superpipe and slopestyle competition at Bear Mountain. www.killington.com