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Travel Tip: How You Can Save on 2016 Ski Passes

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Image Credit: The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe

Image Credit: The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe

I know, I know, most of you don’t even want to hear the word “snow.” But believe or not, next year’s winter ski passes are going on sale, so the time to start planning is now.

The Mountain Collective Pass from Liftopia gets you two days of skiing at eight different resorts – including Aspen, Mammoth, and Sun Valley.

The price tag? $369 for adults and $99 for kids 12 and under. If you buy it this spring, you get two free days in Valle Nevado in Chile.

The new M.A.X.Pass gets you access to a whopping 22 mountain resorts in North America, everywhere from Steamboat, Colorado to Killington, Vermont, and Mont Tremblant, Canada.

Plus, every year Vail Resorts releases its Epic Season Pass, which gets you unlimited skiing at 11 resorts in Colorado, Utah, and Tahoe. They usually add resorts in Europe and Japan closer to the season.

It’s $769, and if you buy the pass before April 12 of this year, they’ll throw in six buddy tickets.

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