Vail Resorts to cap lift ticket sales

Thursday, 25 Aug, 2022 1

Vail Resorts will start capping daily lift tickets for the coming ski season.

It applies to on-the- day lift ticket purchases at all of its 37 North American ski areas.

It won’t season pass holders, skiers who book lessons or staff passes.

Vail said it limited walk-up sales on 23 occasions during busy holiday periods last season.

“This is a lever that will let us manage the experience on the most popular days without having to change the experience for our pass holders,” Vail Resorts spokesperson Lindsay Hogan said.

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