Multi Resort Season Pass
Ikon, Epic & the Mountain Collective
In this section, we share our thoughts about what’s going on in the ski industry and their move toward offering multi-resort season passes.
If you’re simply interested in the Ikon, Epic, Mountain Collective Comparison, click below.
The number of corporations that own more than five ski resorts in the US has dropped to six: Vail Resorts, Alterra Mountain Corporation, Aspen Skiing Company, Wisconsin Resorts, Mountain Capital Partners, and Powdr Corporation.
This means the big boys, Vail Resorts, Alterra Mountain Corporation, and Aspen Skiing Company now drive the industry. They’ve consolidated into two competing mutli-resorts season passes; Ikon and Epic.
Read the posts below to discover how this happened.
What’s New With Muli Resort Season Passes Once upon a time, ski resorts made a chunky portion of their annual revenue on very expensive season passes. Overall ticket sales might be as much as 50% of a resort’s annual revenues, with season passes comprising as much as 50%. To encourage the purchase of those expensive season […]
What’s New With Muli Resort Season Passes Once upon a time, ski resorts were owned by entrepreneurs and wealthy families. Occasionally, the wealthy families grouped together to raise capital and purchase and develop additional ski resorts. Today many of the best-known ski resorts are owned by large corporations. Public companies, like Vail Resorts (NYSE: MTN). […]