The 2017-2018 Panorama SNOW+ CARD includes 3 or 5 days of skiing or riding at Panorama for one low price! Plus, receive $20 off additional tickets all season long.
Please note: only one SNOW+ CARD per person. The SNOW+ CARD program is only available to residents of Canada along with Montana, Idaho, and Washington States. All SNOW+ CARDS are RFID enabled and have a one-time, non-refundable card activation fee of $5 in addition to the program cost in the table below.
|3 Day Restricted*||3 Day Anytime||5 Day Restricted*||5 Day Anytime||Best Value Per Day.|
(based on 5 day restricted)
The 3 and 5 day Anytime SNOW+ CARDS are available for use every day of the season. The Restricted SNOW+ CARDS excludes use on days between December 23, 2017 and January 1, 2018 (inclusive) and February 17 to February 18, 2018.
We did the math for you. Here's how we compare to our best-priced competitor cards. The best part is that with the SNOW+ CARD your 3 or 5 days included days are used first and then you can decide if you want to add extra days. This means that your included days are not spread apart with required paid days in between like with other cards on the market. You can simply get in and use your 3 or 5 days and get out without any further purchasing commitments if you so wish.
|Total Price||Price Per Day|
|Panorama 3-Day Anytime SNOW+ CARD||$209||$69 per day|
|Best-priced competitor (3-day anytime)||$267||$89 per day|
|Panorama 5-Day Anytime SNOW+ CARD||$319||$64 per day|
|Best-priced competitor ( 5-day anytime)||$351||$70 per day|
|Best comparable big-mountain Costco Card (4-day)||$309||$77 per day|
When you have used your initial 3 or 5 days, you can add extra days to your SNOW+ CARD at the discounted price for the rest of the season. Extra days can only be added to existing SNOW+ CARDS. Once you have purchased your extra days you can go directly to the chairlift.
All RFID media cards are reusable and can be reloaded with any Panorama pass. Any lost RFID cards will have a $5 replacement fee.
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Your SNOW+ CARD includes 3 or 5 days of skiing or riding at Panorama that you may use in the 2017-18 season. Your 3 or 5 days don't need to be used consecutively. The Anytime SNOW+CARD has no blackout dates while the Restricted SNOW+ CARD cannot be used December 23, 2017 to January 1, 2018 and February 17 & 18, 2018. After your 3 or 5 days are used, you're entitled to $20 off regular priced full day lift tickets for the rest of the season.
The 2017-2018 SNOW+ CARD sale begins on October 19, 2017 and ends on December 26, 2017.
1 SNOW+ CARD may be purchased per person.The buyer’s photo-ID is required when picking up the card
Yes! There’s 20% off lodging at Panorama. Bookings must be made by the cardholder and in their name. The discount does not apply to packages and there are some lodging discount blackout dates:
Must be booked through Panorama Central Reservations: 1.800.663.2929.
The SNOW+ CARD looks like a Season Pass and is about the size of a credit card. It has a RFID antenna which will open the new lift access gate when you approach the chairlift.
Once you pick up your card, you are then able to go directly to the lift. The RFID antenna in your card will open the new lift access gate when you approach the chairlift. When you have used your initial 3 or 5 days, you can add extra days to your SNOW+ CARD at the discounted price for the rest of the season. Just visit the Guest Services desk to load the extra days or call 1.800.663.2929
You can pick up your SNOW+ CARD at the Guest Services desk in Ski Tip Lodge. If you purchased your SNOW+ CARD with lodging you will be able to pick it up at Central Check In (Front Desk) when you arrive and check in to the resort. Hold onto to your card because next year you will be able to skip going to the Guest Services desk and just reload your SNOW+ CARD online here.
Photo ID is required at time of pick up. A waiver needs to be completed for this product as well. (Children under 19 will require a parent/guardian to complete their waiver on their behalf).
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