JHMR announces renewal discounts, refundable down payment, and longest spring sale ever

JACKSON, Wyo. — Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s Spring Season Pass Sale starts April 24 and has adapted to meet the times.

Given the current circumstances surrounding COVID-19 and its impact on the community, JHMR will offer special 2020/21 Spring Pass sale benefits to accommodate skiers and riders during the crisis. For one, this year’s spring sale is the longest ever, ending June 30.

In addition, JHMR is offering return passholder renewal discounts, a refundable down payment option, and a new pass product.

“We at JHMR were as disappointed as all of our guests when the Wyoming State Health Officer ordered our closure on March 15. We were enjoying a banner season of great snow and happy guests. We recorded 539 inches of snow on April 12, our intended closing date, that was our 5th highest snowfall on record. Like all of you, we were disappointed in our early closure but recognized that it was the safest course of action to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus in our community and applaud the Wyoming State Health Officer for this decision,” said JHMR President Mary Kate Buckley.

“Looking ahead, we are pleased to be able to expand our offering of pass products to provide some value back to last season’s passholders with a renewal discount this spring along with more payment flexibility as well as Grand Bypass products at a reduced price. We are starting to plan our summer operations and will look forward to seeing everyone on the mountain this summer and our upcoming winter. Thank you all for your support during these times of uncertainty.”

During the Spring Sale, JHMR is offering special renewal discounts for 2019/20 passholders that purchase a 2020/21 season pass. This renewal discount is available for any passholder who purchased a Grand Pass, Grand Bypass, 10 Day, 10 Day Bypass, 7 Day, or 7 Day Bypass during the 2019/20 season. College passholders can receive the renewal discount when passes go on sale from August 1st to November 23rd, 2020. Discounts will vary based on pass type purchased for 2020/21 and apply only to the Spring Sale. Find a complete overview of discount information and 2020/21 passholder benefits here.

New for the 20201/21 season is the debut of the Rendezvous Peak Pass, a premier pass option with the most passholder benefits, including an Ikon Base Pass and one early up Gondola access in addition to other unique benefits. The Rendezvous Peak Pass and Grand Pass™ both provide 137 days of unlimited skiing or riding at JHMR.

The Grand Bypass, a local favorite, has been reduced in price, and the 10-Day and 7- Day Plus Passes also offer great options and value.

The Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Adult Rendezvous Peak Pass for the 2020/21 season is priced at $1,740 (with renewal $1,530); the Adult Grand Pass™ is priced at $1,440 (with renewal $1,230); and the Adult Grand Bypass is priced at $1,215 (with renewal $1,005) during the Spring Sale. The Adult 10 Day Plus Pass is priced at $810 (with renewal $690) and the Adult 7 Day Plus Pass is $615 (with renewal $515).

Senior, Teen and Youth pricing for all passes is provided for all ages of skiers and riders. College Pass pricing will be available and posted for the Summer Sale starting August 1, 2020.

The Spring Sale for the Rendezvous Peak and Grand Pass™ are offered at the lowest prices with the most value, including access to JHMR’s 2020 summer operations ranging from lift access for sightseeing, discounted bike park passes, and other benefits.

To accommodate season pass purchasers impacted by the Covid-19 crisis, JHMR will be implementing a new down payment option for payment flexibility. A 40% down payment is due immediately, followed by full payment due Friday, October 15, 2020. Purchasers may cancel their season pass purchase in full or deposit, minus a $45 administration fee, through October 15, 2020 for any reason.

Details about each pass are available online. LEARN MORE

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