This week is the final opportunity to purchase an Epic Pass because the ski season has already begun at mountains across the nation. The Epic Pass, one of the best deals in skiing, will be discontinued after 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 4.

Along with discontinuing sales of the Epic Day Pass, the company will also stop selling all other versions of the Epic Pass. Do not wait to purchase lift tickets if you plan to ski and ride this season, even for a few days.

We provide a range of pass choices so that every one may take advantage of the affordability and versatility that our passes provide. You may save paying full price for lift tickets later by buying now, whether you plan to ski sometimes or daily.

The Epic Pass, which provides limitless access to 41 resorts, is available right now for $949. The price of the pass increased throughout the summer when it originally went on sale in the spring, but it is still far less than the $979 price tag for 2020.

According to the firm, the Epic Day Pass, which is presently the least expensive option and costs as little as $51, saves customers up to 65% off regular lift ticket pricing.

Other more affordable choices are also available from Vail Resorts, such as the Epic Local Pass, which grants visitors to 29 resorts unlimited access as well as seasonally restricted access to others like Park City, Utah, and Stowe, Vermont. Examples of these resorts include Breckenridge, Colorado, and Keystone, Utah.

Vail Resorts intends to restrict lift tickets on its mountains this year in an effort to control potential crowds. There won’t be any changes to any pre-purchased passes, including the Epic Day Pass.

The decision to discontinue selling the Epic Pass for the season was made as several mountains had already begun to welcome visitors and others had even opened their slopes early.

For its 60th anniversary season, Vail Mountain opened on November 11, two days after Breckenridge opened two days earlier on November 9.