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Meadows Reduces Prices on 2013/14 Season Passes Purchased in April

Mt. Hood Meadows 2013/14 season passes are on sale now on the resort website and at the ski resort. Meadows continues daily operations through April 28, and is considering an extension of operations on weekends in May.

Next year's passes can be purchased in April at a discount off of last year's early season rates!

  • Adult 23-64 year old pass is $499 (compared to last year's early season price of $524).
  • Age 15-22 year old passes are $349 (down from last year's $384 price).
  • Age 7-14 year old passes are $249 (reduced from last year's $264 price). 
  • Age 65+ passes are $379 (down from $384 last year).
  • Kids 6 and under can get a season pass for $25.
If you don't have a 2012/13 picture pass, you can purchase a new 2013/14 season pass here.
If you do have a 2012/13 picture pass, renew your season pass here.
Renew Your 2012/13 Picture Pass & Get Special "One Day Buddy Pass" With April Purchase
Current 2012/13 picture passholders (which include season passes, night and midweek passes, 10-Time Passes and the popular Meadows Club Card) will receive a free "One Day Buddy Pass" valid for an off-peak lift pass next season, when they purchase a 2013/14 season pass in April. Current passholders need to "renew" their current pass media by adding next year's season pass to it by April 30 to receive the free Buddy Pass (the $25 "6 and under" pass is excluded from this offer).

Only full season passes are being sold at this time. The resort hasn't announced pricing for 2013/14 on season pass, day lift pass or specialty pass products, but confirms that season passes will not be lower in price than they are right now.

Have a question about purchasing a 2013/14 Season Pass? Read our FAQ's here!

13 Comments

  1. Lisa

    April 2, 2013

    Would this pass be valid the rest of this season?
    thanks, lisa

    Meadows: No. But you can purchase an April pass for $99. Then you can renew that pass, and receive a FREE one-day Buddy Pass for next season to bring a buddy up on a non-peak day next year (that's a $74 value based on this season's non-peak lift pass price).

  2. Matt

    April 3, 2013

    It is refreshing to see a reduction in price. The news about potential May operations is exciting. Hoping for some great April and May days, it's arguably my favorite time of the year to be on the slopes!

    Is the club card included in the unannounced pricing for next season and is there any word as to the re-usability of this year's cards, even if there's an associated fee next year?

    Meadows: Great questions! Keep your media - while it may be a Meadows Club Card this year, it can be renewed or upgraded for future years. We're not putting any limited passes on sale yet (Meadows Club Card, 10 Time Pass, midweek or night passes) - but you can still upgrade your current pass to a full season pass for next year. Do it in April and you'll get that great price and the free one-day Buddy Pass to bring a friend up on a non-peak day next season.

  3. Royn

    April 4, 2013

    What is the pricing on the mid-week passes?

    Meadows: We haven't determined pricing on the mid-week pass yet. It most likely will increase some (up to $399 or more) but it is not eligible for the free Buddy Pass deal we're offering in April to those who renew their media with a full season pass for next year.

  4. Chris

    April 5, 2013

    Is there going to be an option for the midweek pass again?

    Meadows: We will offer the midweek pass again. We haven't determined pricing yet though.

  5. Charles

    April 6, 2013

    Why not offer a midweek pass now (with or without the buddy pass) at last years or some discounted pricing? I have no interest in buying a full season pass for next year as I don't ski weekends or peak times, but am certainly willing to purchase a midweek pass now. Given you have had two other questions related to this, I suspect others would be too.

    Meadows: Thanks Charles. For now we're trying to keep it simple for the April promotion. But we are taking note that the midweek pass is popular so we'll look at getting those up for renewing in May.

  6. Tom

    April 7, 2013

    Could you please remind me what the price was for a 10-day
    adult pass this season? I'm guessing it will be about the same next year and trying to decide whether it makes more sense to buy a season pass even though 10 days or so may be the most I make it up the hill.

    Meadows: The 10 Time Pass was a great value at $419 (if purchased by the ski show), $459 afterwards. So the $499 winter season pass is a great deal if purchased here in April. And as a "picture pass holder (the 10 time pass is a picture pass) you would want to Renew your media with the season pass, which would give you the Free One-Day Buddy Pass as well!

  7. Betsy

    April 9, 2013

    Ditto on Charlie's input. I have a Midweek Plus pass, it was perfect for me this year, and would renew it again in an instant. I don't usually ski weekends (except for closing day) or peak times due to crowds. Am not interested in a buddy pass. Based on the comments above, the Midweek pass price "haven't determined pricing yet", and "most likely increase some ($399 or more)", it would be great if we could get a commitment now on what it is going to cost for Midweek and Midweek Plus passes for financial planning purposes. I can make a much better decision on what I want to purchase if I know what all three passes will cost now.

    One other question - If people currently have a Midweek pass and then decide to buy a full 2013/2014 season pass now, they just keep their existing Midweek pass to use next year? What about that barcode?

    Meadows: Thanks Betsy. We won't be prepared to announce pricing for all of our passes for next year until this summer or fall. You are correct about the media - keep your pass, regardless of which pass you intend to purchase next season (or any other season in the future). You'll just add the access product you want to the media.

  8. merle wallis

    April 9, 2013

    do you have a super senior rate for those who are over 70 and still eager to ski?

    Meadows: At this point - the best deal would be a spring pass for $99. Our senior rate is currently $46 each day, so if you're itching to come up more than twice this would be the best deal for you!

  9. Kristina

    April 12, 2013

    I have received 4 tickets my birthday and they say on them, Restricted Non-Peak Shift Lift Ticket Voucher
    can I use them on the 27th ?? or is that restricted??

    Meadows: Happy Birthday! We are well beyond our peak days so your lift passes are good to go! See you at the Pond Skim!

  10. Josh

    April 20, 2013

    Have you thought about adding value to the mid-week pass by allowing a mid-week pass to be used on weekends after the Mt begins closing weekdays?

    Meadows: Thanks Josh. The midweek pass @ $379 was very popular and is a great value! But it is limited to midweek only, so there is a charge. The good news is lift passes have been discounted to $59 this weekend. And if you want to enjoy the encore weekend May 4 and 5, you'll only need to pay $20 for one or both days.

  11. Jeff

    April 26, 2013

    What if I get hurt over the Summer and can't ski? Risky to save 25 bucks.

    Meadows: We suggest pass protection. It costs $25 but allows you to receive a pro-rated discount on your season pass if you suffer an injury or are relocated. Life happens. Protect your pass!

  12. Charles

    September 5, 2013

    My friend has a legacy pass and I wanted to ski with him this year. I'm 71 and I think I'm eligible for a legacy pass. Is that correct? I cannot afford a season pass.

    Meadows: Thanks for the post. Our Free seniors pass starts at age 75. The price of an unlimited season pass for ages 65 - 74 is $379 through November 3. For comparison, a day pass for that age will be $49 this season, so if you were to come up more than seven times the season pass would be the best investment.

  13. Natally

    December 16, 2013

    Do you guys have any specials for people who come up on their birthday?

    Meadows: No - but we do have a lot of specials going on right now that you can find out about on our blog page. Happy birthday!

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