Alaska Airlines usually offers several discounts throughout the ski season, including free flights, free ski days, and now discounts on ski passes. For those interested in skiing more than one mountain, the Mountain Collective pass offers two days at each of 11 destinations — 22 days of skiing. If you buy the pass from Alaska Airlines, you can save $20 and pay just $389.
There are NO blackout dates, and additional lift tickets can be purchased for 50% off.
Destinations include well-known resorts such as Aspen, Sun Valley, Whistler, Jackson Hole, and Squaw Valley. Note, however, that your two days of skiing are good at each “destination.” Some of these include more than one mountain, such as Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows; you’ll only get two tickets to use at one or both of these mountains, not four tickets.
In addition to the featured list of ski resorts in the U.S. and Canada, the Mountain Collective pass also includes two days at each of its global affiliate resorts: Valle Nevado in Chile, Hakuba Valley in Japan, and Chamonix in France.
Mountain Collective passes are selling out, so take a look! This could make for a great holiday gift.