SKIER iZ PrO wrote:Also, you may think it's a cut-rate Silver Pass, but it can only be used at one resort, not all 3 like on the New England Pass
Chromer wrote:Millennial Pass?
So, that's like a cut-rate Silver Pass, for people 19-29? $340 discount. While the "regular" passes went up for everyone else. That's just not cool.
Yeah, I understand price discrimination based on age is a legal thing. Doesn't make it right. It feels like a raised middle finger to this long-time pass buyer.
jwalter1337 wrote:Also, the ski biz is losing big numbers in that age demographic, which in 10 years turns into fewer ski families. If you bring in & keep skiers in their 20's, you increase the odds of turning them into life long loafers. This is not a bad thing for both Sugarloaf or the ski industry in general (which is why plenty of other mountains offer a similar product).
woodstockloafa wrote:Many college grads have big loans to pay off, entry level salaries, yet still have free time for recreation. A cheap pass may keep them skiing for now, and they may not buy a pass when the price doubles.
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