Aspen Raises Prices By Up To $50 On 2013-14 Passes

ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — Aspen Skiing Co. has announced price increases of up to $50 for early purchase of 2013-14 season passes.

The resort company said Thursday its Premier Pass will cost $1,649 if purchased before Sept. 13. That’s up $50 from last year.

Passes good for one day a week cost $899, up $20. Passes for two days a week cost $1,329, up $40.

Members of the Aspen Chamber of Commerce pay less.

Passes go on sale Monday. Prices rise on Sept. 14 and again on Nov. 9.

The passes are honored at all of Aspen Skiing Co.’s mountains: Aspen, Snowmass, Highlands and Buttermilk.

Aspen and Snowmass are scheduled to open Nov. 28, Thanksgiving Day. Highlands and Buttermilk are set to open Dec. 14.


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