Following the success of Epic and Ikon multi-resort passes, Snowpass is launching for winter 2019-20 with the most ski resort partners for one pass.
Snowpass will reveal the 100 resorts in 8 countries that the new multi-resort ski pass will cover in Europe and is offering 50,000 passes for €395...
The first 50,000 to sign up for the multi-resort Snowpass will bag a bargain at €395 when they go on sale on 12th May. The normal price is €895.
Currently the Portuguese-owned, Snowpass, have yet to announce which resorts will be included in the pass. But according to their website, all will be revealed on Wednesday, 8th May.
The new Snowpass will cover 100 resorts in eight countries, more destinations than either Epic or Ikon passes, which currently have 65 and 36 partner resorts respectively worldwide (see Game of Zones).
Snowpass holders will be able to ski in all the partner ski resorts during the 2019/20 ski season between 1st November, 2019 and 25th April, 2020 with a limit of 10 days per ski resort.
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