Shred Killington this Winter for Only $50 Bucks


KILLINGTON, Vt. (September 23, 2009) – Ski or ride at Vermont’s Killington Resort this season for just $50 with K50 lift tickets.

With just 17 blackout days, skiers and riders can enjoy the benefits of the World’s Most Extensive Snowmaking System covering the most diverse terrain served by the most lifts in New England, and one of the longest seasons in the east from early November through early May at an outstanding pre-purchased price.

Available for purchase online only, skiers/riders may purchase up to four (4) K50 lift tickets for $50 each by the October 15, 2009 deadline. Regular daily window rates for the 2009-10 season are $82 on Saturday and Peak days, and $77 Sunday through Friday, non-Peak.

K50 Tickets are valid for the Killington 2009-10 season only, with the following blackout dates: Nov. 27-28 and Dec. 26-31, 2009; Jan. 16-17 and Feb. 13-19, 2010.  K50 tickets may only be picked up on the day they are going to be used.  K50 ticket purchasers may pick up tickets at any open ticket window by presenting a valid photo ID (state issued drivers license, military ID, passport, etc.).  All four (4) tickets may be redeemed any day of the season (with the exception of previously stated blackout dates). However, only the purchaser may pick up the tickets. K50 tickets are non-refundable, may not be exchanged, do not come with the snow guarantee, and and may not be combined with any other deal or package. not be combined with any other deal or package.

Click Here for K50 Tickets


~ by hrocker on September 24, 2009.

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