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Espace Killy Passes

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Having not been to the EK in a few years, I'm wondering if there are any discounts on lift tickets for 18/19? I know previously there was the PassTignes where you could get 5% discount, but I don't remember any early bird discounts like you can get for the Portes du Soleil for example. Googling isn't revealing much other than the recently published prices for the upcoming season.
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Only discounts I have seen is with likes of Ski Total - some weeks you will get "Buy one, get one half price" which is not a bad deal actually
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Hi @Tordi,

There is an 'early bird' discount on EK season passes; here is the link (note American-format dates):

https://www.valdisere.ski/en/decouvrez-les-produits-val-d-isere#pass-saison

Not sure for regular weekly passes. Pop a note on the 'Tignes and the Espace Killy 2017/18 (Useful Links Page 1)' thread under 'Snow Reports - weather - snow conditions' as there are some more knowledgeable people on there fairlyregularly.

Last year I bought my season pass on the Tignes link equivalent to the one above and ended up paying a fair bit more. At the time I was smarting a bit from that, but I think there may be a difference in dates of validity that could explain it. The Val d'Isere one is valid from 24th Nov, whereas the Tignes one was from 14th Oct, namely, including pre-season glacier time. I think. Will know more when I come to sort out my pass for the coming season...
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Other than for early bird or property owner/resort worker season passes, I don't know of any discounts worth having.
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As @nelly0168, some tour operators are doing Buy One Get One Half Price deals on some dates - Crystal are, for a start.
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@HoneyBunny, That'll be when they get an offer from the lift company then! At least Crystal are passing it on. Though some operators have been a little economical with the truth in the past - early dec passes are cheaper and I have seen them compared to a full season 6 day pass.

The Pass Tignes thing has finished and I am not sure what is replacing it. We will have to wait till they come back from holidays - so sometime in September.
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