JHMR sells out of Grand Pass

JACKSON, Wyo. — In less than 24 hours after opening up pass sales, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has sold out of the Grand Pass. 

On Sept. 9, in a letter from President Mary Kate Buckley, JHMR announced they “temporarily paused selling all public Season Pass products while we work with our lodging partners to assist those guests who already have made reservations to come to Jackson this winter.” 

After halting ticketing sales, JHMR announced they would reopen season pass sales on Oct. 5, at 10 a.m.

Grand Passes are sold out completely, for adults, seniors, teens, and youths. College passes and the adult Grand Bypass are also sold out. The senior, teen, youth, and college Grand Bypass are still available.

The Grand Bypass includes blackout dates, from Dec. 26- Jan. 2 as well as holiday weekends in January and February. Ikon passes and Mountian Collective passes are still available for purchase. 

In the letter, Buckley also described how daily ticketing will be handled. “We have established a maximum daily capacity for guests at JHMR and will limit the number of tickets available for purchase each day to enable sufficient physical distancing in our base area, buildings, and facilities to keep our guests safe.” 

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