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Taos Ski Valley Lowers Season Pass Prices for 2015-2016 Season in March Madness Sale

March 18, 2015 Ski No Comments Email Email

From March 19–31, Taos Ski Valley will be offering its popular Millennium Pass for the 2015-2016 season at just $575 – a $175 discount over the regular season rate, and the lowest price the Millennium Pass has been offered in the past two years. The pass will also be valid for the remainder of this season for those who wish to take advantage ofTaos Ski Valley’s outstanding conditions this spring.

In addition, Taos’s full, unlimited season pass will be discounted to only $779 during this March sale. Rates for the Youth (ages 7-17), Military, and Senior (ages 65-79) season passes will also be reduced to $315.

Taos Ski Valley offers deep snowpack, unique New Mexico sun, world-class terrain and amazing new experiences almost every season, like the new Kachina Peak chairlift, yet we are still one of the most affordable skiing and snowboarding destinations in the world,” said Taos Ski Valley CEO Gordon Briner. “This March Madness pass sale shows our appreciation of our community and loyal visitors, and our commitment to keeping Taos Ski Valley what it’s known for: amazing skiing in a unique down-to-earth atmosphere.”

Those holding Taos Cards will also benefit from this spring sale because they can purchase a season pass that pays for itself after just nine days of skiing or riding, including days this season. A season pass offers them a discount over the Taos Card rates in just a few days on the mountain.

To purchase any of Taos Ski Valley’s passes for the 2015-2016 season please visit http://skitaos.org/page/2015-2016-season-pass-sale. All new passes will activate on March 20, 2015, are valid through the end of this season, and will stay active through April 2016.

“Thank you to everyone who continues to be a loyal Taos Ski Valley visitor, and to those who checked us out for the first time this year,” continued Briner. “As we move forward with more planned construction this spring, we are eager to continue to enhance your experience with new terrain, programs and amenities.”

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