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Ikon Pass - Kitzbuhel and Dolomiti Superski just added

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Well this might be handy. America's Ikon Pass now includes Kitz and Dolomiti Superski - by the looks of it you can do 5 days in each with no blackout days for $779 (about £560) or 7 days in each for $1049 (£760) but, of course, it also includes many places in USA and Canada, Japan, Zermatt and even Australia and NZ - some of them unlimited. For some of you globetrotters it might make mighty fine financial sense. For me, the Dollies and Kitzbuhel is atrractive but marginal as to whether I'd save money.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
I have the Ikon pass for 21/22 and was happy to see these quality European additions. Unfortunately, I've already made plans for St. Anton and thereabouts, in '22. I'll probably defer my pass to '22/'23. The funny thing about this pass, in regards to The Alps, is most resorts in the area are far less expensive than their American counterparts. A 5-day pass at Kitzbuehel during peak season is 264 Euro, while a 5-day pass Aspen/Snowmass is approximately $795-820/£573-591. If you live in Europe and plan on skiing in the U.S., it's definitely worth it, but less so, if you plan to ski only in the EU.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
if anybody wants an ikon pass college club discount code, PM me. I have some. This is better than the standard college discount.
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