Indy Pass has a pass for the public at the same price

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The Indy Pass went on sale to the general public on Friday and, for Colorado residents, now offers a new perk that skiers will find attractive.
The pass will offer two days of access to Powderhorn Mountain Resort in Mesa County starting in the 2024-25 season, making the Indy Pass now available at five Colorado ski areas.
The Powderhorn addition marks a growing sector for the Indy Pass.
The independent ski area-focused pass has been aggressive in signing Colorado ski areas since adding its first Colorado ski area, Sunlight Mountain in Glenwood Springs, in 2022.
But despite the addition of the new ski areas, the pass has not increased in price in that time, standing in contrast to its competitors Epic and IKON, which have increased substantially over the last two seasons.
In the runup to the 2022-23 season, as the Indy Pass was announcing its first Colorado ski area, the Epic Pass launched at $841, while the Ikon Pass launched at $1,079.
Today, a 2024-25 Epic Pass costs $982, its highest launch price yet, while a 2024-25 IKON Pass is $1,249.
Meanwhile, the Indy Pass has held steady at $350 for adults ($279 for renewing pass members).
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The Indy Pass now offers a new benefit that Colorado residents will find appealing: it went on sale to the general public on Friday.

Starting with the 2024–25 ski season, the pass will grant two days of access to Powderhorn Mountain Resort in Mesa County, bringing the total number of Colorado ski areas that accept the Indy Pass to five.

A developing area for the Indy Pass is indicated by the Powderhorn addition. Since launching its first Colorado ski area, Sunlight Mountain in Glenwood Springs, in 2022, the independent pass that focuses on ski areas has been actively signing Colorado ski areas.

And yet, in contrast to its rivals Epic and IKON, whose prices have skyrocketed over the past two seasons, the pass’s price has not gone up in that time, even with the addition of the additional ski areas.

Early in the 2022–2023 season, the Epic Pass debuted at $841, while the Ikon Pass debuted at $1,079, coinciding with the announcement of the Indy Pass’s first Colorado ski area. 2024–25 Epic Passes are now $982, the highest launch price to date, and 2024–25 IKON Passes are $1,249. In the meantime, the adult Indy Pass remains at $350 ($279 for those renewing their pass).

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