Breaking Down Our Season Pass Offerings

Today we announced our 2024/25 season passes. There are plenty of offerings, from Sugarbush specific passes to Ikon Passes to more day oriented products. While it can be a little overwhelming, the nice thing is that everyone has options. Want to stick to just skiing Sugarbush? We have passes for that. Looking to ski here but also want to visit a few Ikon Pass spots out west? We have you covered. Plus, each pass comes with a range of great benefits and discounts, as well as some add-on options for those planning to be here this summer.

Below you’ll find a breakdown of our offerings to help you decide which pass might be right for you. And don’t forget, purchasing a pass now gets you free skiing and riding for the rest of this season, making it a great way to come try out Sugarbush if you weren’t skiing here this year, or a nice incentive to get your friends to switch over from another mountain. Also, it’s worth noting that Quad Packs are on sale now for the season – you can be getting lift tickets starting at under $85/ea. Plus you can use them this season too!

Ikon Pass

The Ikon Pass offers unlimited, 7-day, and 7-day combined access to 50 destinations around the world, with no blackout dates. At Sugarbush, that means the Ikon Pass allows for unlimited skiing and riding at both mountains no questions asked. Furthermore, you’ll get unlimited skiing at 13 other destinations, including nearby Stratton and Mont Tremblant, and then up to 7 days at an additional 36 destinations. If you’re looking for it all, this is the pass for you. You won’t have to worry about blackouts anywhere and can access the most resorts out of any option.

Adult Ages 23+ $1,249

Young Adults Ages 13-22 $929

College, Military, and Nurses Discounts for Adult and Young Adult

Child Ages 5-12 $369

Child Ages 4 and Under $149

Ikon Base Pass

The Ikon Base Pass offers unlimited, 5-day and 5-day combined access at 43 destinations, with select blackout dates. At Sugarbush that means daily access to both of our mountains with blackout dates on Dec. 26 – 31, 2024, Jan. 18 – 19, 2025, Feb. 15 – 16, 2025. This pass gets you unlimited skiing at 7 destinations with no restrictions, unlimited skiing with blackouts at 6 destinations (including us), and up to 5 days at 30 other destinations. For a Sugarbush skier, if aren’t planning to ski during any of those holiday periods, or have the flexibility to work around them, this is likely the best pass option for you. It still gives you plenty of access elsewhere too.

Additionally, you can choose to upgrade to the Ikon Base Plus Pass for only $220 USD and score access at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Aspen Snowmass, Deer Valley Resort, Alta Ski Area, Sun Valley, Snowbasin, and Taos.

Adult Ages 23+ $869

Young Adults Ages 13-22 $629

College, Military, and Nurses Discounts for Adult and Young Adult

Child 5-12 $299

Child 4 and Under $99

Ikon Session Pass

The Ikon Session Pass offers three customizable pass options. Lock in 2, 3, or 4 days total at select destinations and choose where you ride. This pass lets you choose from 39 destinations with varying customizations. Choose to use your 2, 3, or 4 days at one mountain or split your days among some of the other destinations. The blackouts are the same as the Ikon Base Pass dates above: Dec. 26 – 31, 2024, Jan. 18 – 19, 2025, Feb. 15 – 16, 2025. Sugarbush is included in the 39 destinations as well as nearby Mont Tremblant, Stratton, and Killington-Pico. If you’re only planning to come up and ski a few days next winter, this is a great option for you. It can also be a good way to have friends come visit you here if you already have a pass. The other great thing about this pass is it does not have to be used on consecutive days, so you can spread out your skiing throughout the season in any way you’d like.

Adults Ages 23+ $449

Young Adults Ages 13-22 $379

College, Military, and Nurses Discounts for Adult and Young Adult

Child 5-12 $169-$279

Child 4 and Under $279

Sugarbush Local Pass

The Sugarbush Local Pass is the same great pass we’ve offered with a fresh name, which you’ve otherwise known as the Value Pass. Don’t worry, there’s no changes to the value you get with this pass – only a new title. This pass offers daily access to Mt. Ellen, midweek non-holiday skiing at Lincoln Peak, and early/late season access to Lincoln Peak when Mt. Ellen is closed. If you’re only planning to ski Sugarbush, and avoid Lincoln Peak on the weekends anyway, this is the pass for you.

Adults Ages 23+ $719

Young Adults Ages 13-22 $399

Child 5-12 $249

4 and under $25

Senior 80+ $209

Boomer Pass

Boomer Passes are available for skiers or riders ages 65+ and offer midweek non-holiday skiing at both mountains. Pretty simple here: if you’re in that age group and have the free time to ski midweek, it’s tough to beat this deal.

Adults Ages 65+ $249

Sugarbush 4 and Under

Hey mom and/or dad, get the next generation into the sport. If you’re teaching your little one to ski next season, or continuing to encourage them to share the same love of skiing or riding you do – the 4 and Under Pass is an unbeatable deal. Unlimited skiing/riding at both Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen all season long.

Child Ages 0-4 $25.00

Benefits and Add-Ons

Passes also contain a number of discounts and benefits depending on the pass. Some of these include Ski With Me Tickets and Ikon Pass First Tracks once a month. Discounts on lodging, retail, dining, and golf may also be included. Additionally, there are some add-ons available for passes including Golf Pass Add On, Early Ups Access, Sugarbush Health & Recreation Center Add On, and summer scenic lift ride access. This year Ikon announced a few new perks which include discounts with The North Face and Smith, a free subscription to Outside+, and savings on vacations booked through Ikon Pass Travel.

For full pricing and information on Ikon Passes, Sugarbush Passes, and their benefits, visit

For some background…

If you’re thinking, why on EARTH should I buy passes and tickets for next season before the current one has even ended…I get it. But, trust us when we say that the earlier you plan the more you’ll save. Take a look at this post, Please, For The Love Of Skiing, Plan Ahead NOW we shared October 10th, 2023 for some context. Keep in mind not all products mentioned in that post are currently available, but will likely be making a comeback this fall.