Ten Year Rollback on Season Pa$$
As if the Hot Summer Sale Ski Cooper already has going on with its 2020/21 Ski Passes weren’t enough incentive to buy one before the end of the month, the Leadville ski hill just sweetened the deal with a chance to win a $50 bonus prize if you buy your pass by this Tuesday, July 14 to enter the drawing.
There has been much anticipation for the Cooper Season Pass Sale. With a rollback in pricing 10 years, this is an exciting sale. Cooper passes are the most affordable. We are thrilled that many of you have already purchased your pass. If you haven’t gotten your pass yet, now is a great time to get set up for an amazing season.
According to Director of Marketing & Sales, Dana Tyler Johnson, Cooper also continues to add season pass partners where pass holders can experience different resorts from Alaska to Maine. Check out the slopes close by at Monarch, Sunlight & Powderhorn. Or make a trip of it and hit Brundage & Bogus Basin. You could also ski with friends in the Midwest or the Northeast! These bonus days come with your Cooper Season Pass for ages 6-74.
If you were a 2019-20 Season Pass Holder you should have already received a coupon code for your bonus $50 discount. If not, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once verified, you will receive your code. Visit the Ski Cooper website for more information.
What’s Cookin’ at Cooper
June 2020 – Well, I just flipped the calendar to the new month and hopefully, to a new page in our quest to move forward, as we prepare with great hope and anticipation for the 2020/21 ski season here at Cooper. We have made it through the last few months, taking care of each other, while maintaining a positive outlook toward the future.
It was a blessing that we were able to provide additional payrolls to our seasonal staff and maintain our core year-round staff (working from home a significant portion of the time!) without seeking outside financial help, mainly due to our success in recent years. The picture is certainly not as “rosy” as we had planned, having lost 25 – 30% of our season revenue during the mandated early shutdown. As with many other resorts in our industry, Cooper is striving to balance helping our customers, while maintaining our financial position so that we can continue to perform and navigate through these stormy waters.
With that in mind, we are rolling out an early 2020/21 Season Pass Sale that we hope will allow you to comfortably afford the sport we all love, even in these uncertain times, while providing us the baseline resources we need to continue serving you the quality, down-to-earth skiing experience Cooper has always been known for!
When purchased in the month of July (and only in the month of July, so don’t miss out!) 2020/21 Passes for the 15-74 year age bracket will be $249, and Passes for the 6-14 year age bracket will be $99. As an additional “thank you” to our loyal 2019/20 pass holders, we are offering an additional flat $50 discount for Pass Renewals, during—and ONLY during!—the July sale. That means that in the July Pass Sale a 6–14-year-old Pass Renewal is just $49 and a 15–74-year-old Pass Renewal is only $199!
Even for new pass holders (without the $50 renewal discount) the July pricing is unbelievably low. We hope this will attract many new folks to the Cooper Family! This unrestricted Pass is valid every day Cooper is open during the 2020/21 Ski Season and carries many additional onsite benefits as well as providing 3 complimentary skiing days at more than 50 Partner Resorts across the nation (even Alaska)!!! And as so many of our returning pass holders have discovered, once you experience Cooper’s laid-back atmosphere, family-friendly environment, consistently soft snow, and wide variety of terrain, you’ll be glad you joined our family, far away from the hustle & bustle!
Oh yes, let’s not forget our new terrain and lift! We opened the Tennessee Creek Basin in mid-January and were forced to close in mid-March, so many of our skiers never had the opportunity to explore this new, steeper and more challenging face of Cooper. I made my way to the base of the Little Horse T-Bar at the bottom of Tennessee Creek Basin in late April and I saw some of the most incredible spring skiing conditions I have ever seen – how bittersweet since we were not able to open the Mountain and enjoy this feast ……. something to look forward to next season!