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The 2024-25 Ikon Pass went on sale on March 14, 2024, increasing in price over the 2023-24 pass (the unrestricted Ikon pass goes for $1,249 for the coming season, compared to $1,159 for 2023-24), but adding new benefits.

The Ikon Base Pass is $869 and Ikon also offers 2-, 3-, and 4-day Ikon Session Passes starting at $259, up to $449. The Session Passes offer 2-4 total days at 42 resorts.

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Next year, in addition to access to 58 destinations, passholders receive discounts with The North Face and DB Journey, $200 CAD credit per day with CMH Heli, and $200 credit to Woodward Camps this summer. Not a new perk, but an awesome one: every passholder received a membership to Protect Our Winters.

Legendary pro rider and pundit, Todd Richards just got his first Ikon Pass a week ago at Copper Mountain, and while his excitement may not have translated to the folks in Center Village (except for that one guy at the end of the video), if Todd likes it, it’s probably pretty sick.

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Returning passholders received a $100 credit on a new pass and new passholders who purchase this spring can ride at Alterra mountains for the rest of the season (specific dates apply at different resorts).

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