Last Chance $49 Deposit $899 Epic Australia Pass 2022 Today

Today is the last day to score your 2022 Epic Australia Pass for AU$49 Upfront

Pass holders have until 2 March to secure the 2022 Epic Australia Pass for only AU$49 upfront. After 2 March, Epic Australia Pass purchases will require payment in full upfront. And price goes up too ..

Priced at AU$899 for adultsAU$499 for students (up to year 12) and AU$699 for seniors (65 years and over), the Epic Australia Pass pays for itself after just five days’ use. 2022 Epic Australia Pass lift access starts with the 2022 Australian snow season and concludes with the 2022/23 snow season in the Northern Hemisphere.

Shout out to Sam Tait, Perisher legend and Paralympics competitor © Owain Price / Snow Action

 

For NSW snow fans that compares to Thredbo Season Passes from $1359, their pricing released last week.

For Victoria snow fans the alternative is Mt Buller memberships available for $1349.

For anyone who skis or boards more than 5 days a season at a beyond beginner level the Epic Australia Pass 2022 remains far and away the best value option. For beginners or those happy to cruise limited runs Baw Baw in Victoria and the returning Selwyn Snowfields are alternatives.

But for Australian based Snow Action readers/followers who live within reasonable travel distance of our resorts the Epic is hands down the best value out there.

That applies even if you just used it to ski your favourite individual resort from their Aussie offering. Toss in the chance to visit up to 3 local resorts and all the international benefits for year round skiing and riding and it’s a no brainer.

We always get and recommend the Skitube add-on for $190 that includes Park Entry fees. We love starting from Blue Cow in the heart of the mountains, and not worrying about chains (very rarely required on the section to Bullocks Flat) or the traffic and parking.

No question, at these rates skiing is more affordable, so guess what – more people will go.

did someone say “Go the Cow!”? © Carmen Price / Snow Action

Incredible Benefits for Pass Holders

The Epic Australia Pass includes valuable in-resort benefits and discounts for Pass Holders, including six Bring-A-Mate discount invitations, 20 percent off lessons and rental equipment, up to 15 percent off retail purchases and Perisher-owned food and beverage outlets, free access to First Tracks, free night skiing and more.

Epic Australia Pass holders also receive Epic Mountain Rewards at Vail Resorts’ owned and operated North American resorts during the 2022/23 season, which includes 20 percent off lodging, on-mountain dining, rentals, group lessons and more.

For the 2022/23 Northern Hemisphere season, the Epic Australia Pass provides five consecutive days at both the Hakuba Valley and Rusutsu Resort in Japan, 10 combined days at Whistler Blackcomb (BC), Vail (Colorado) and Beaver Creek (Colorado) and access to world-class resorts in Colorado (Breckenridge and Keystone), Utah (Park City), Lake Tahoe (Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood) and more.  Some peak restrictions apply.

The Epic Australia Pass is non-refundable except as provided by Epic Coverage, which is included with the Epic Australia Pass at no additional cost. The past couple of COVID affected seasons have seen a lot of people use that – read the fine print, know the conditions. It’s not a Santa clause – it’s a refund graduated to circumstances according to your usage etc, so check it and be aware of your entitlements. We pointed out when it kicked in for most Sydney metro people last year for example – it was all there in black and white. It’s pretty pointless complaining on social media after the event.

Anyway, hopefully we have seen the back of large scale lockdowns and any disruptions will be minor in 2022.

We were just starting to really enjoy our Epic Passes when the Canberra lock down stuffed our season totally. Such is life.

Bring on winter 2022 .. and grab your pass now on the link

always get the Skitube add-on including park entry for $190 © Snow Action