2019/20 JHMR Grand Passes will include Ikon benefits

JACKSON, WY — Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s Spring Pass Sale starts next week, April 9, and there’s extra incentive to buy a Grand Pass this year.

In the 2019/20 season, JHMR Grand Pass holders (including Bypass holders) will also get an Ikon Base Pass, granting them unlimited access to a dozen resorts and up to five days of skiing and riding at 25 mountains around the world — on top of the 137 possible days of skiing in Jackson Hole.

Adult or Senior Grand Pass purchasers are also eligible for a discounted Child Ikon Base Pass through April 23.

“As we close out another fantastic winter and look ahead to the 2019/20 winter season, we are pleased to be able to bundle more value and benefits with next year’s Grand Pass,” said JHMR President Mary Kate Buckley.

“The addition of an Ikon Base Pass combined with the JHMR Grand Pass will afford our Grand pass holders the option to sample up to 37 resorts in addition to skiing or riding unlimited days at JHMR.”

Spring Sale Pass Pricing

The Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Adult Grand PassTM for the 2019/20 season is priced at $1,469 during the Spring Sale. The Senior Grand Pass will be offered for $1,029. The Grand Pass also offers great value options for youth, providing unlimited access for Jackson Hole’s next generation of skiers and riders. The Junior Grand Pass for ages 6-14 will be $239, the Student Grand Pass for ages 15-18 will be $399 and kids 5 and under ski for free. New last year, JHMR added a Bypass option to passes; by adding blackout days to passes, awarding 7-Day, 10-Day and Grand Pass holders additional savings for avoiding peak times in the season.

Learn more at JacksonHole.com.

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