Vermont’s Jay Peak Resort has announced it is lowering the prices of all its lift tickets. Skiers and riders will see price drops in all ticket categories, from single to multiday, when they reload their tickets online. Some ticket prices will be lowered by as much as $50.
A single-day lift ticket last year was $75. This year a single-day ticket will cost just $64—a drop of 15 percent. Multiday tickets, which are already discounted, will see steeper cuts. Ten dollars will be taken off each additional day purchased, so that a five-day ticket will be further discounted by $50.
The popular Vermonter tickets and tickets for those with season passes from other resorts will remain unchanged at $55 when purchased at a resort ticket window, but will be reloadable online for just $50.
For the complete list of Jay Peak’s new lift ticket prices, and for all of the latest resort information, visit jaypeakresort.com.