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 *North American pass products only. Restrictions and exclusions apply. See full terms and conditions for details.

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2020/21 Winter Lift Tickets

Don't let the season pass you by! Lift tickets are limited so buy early to lock in your preferred dates. Book with confidence this season, with our new refund policy. Plus, when you buy 7+ days in advance you save more!
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Lift Ticket FAQ's

No, in order to help you stay safe, our standard lift tickets are only available for purchase online this season.  Lift tickets are limited this season, so lock in your days early to secure your spot on the mountain and for the best savings.

Is my lift ticket refundable?

We know there’s a lot of uncertainty in the world right now, so if your plans change, your lift ticket is refundable (terms apply). If you have not used your lift tickets, they are fully refundable until 12 PM local time on your ticket’s start date. Refund requests received after 12 PM local time on your ticket’s start date will not be honored, except in certain circumstances (see terms for full details)

How do I request a refund? 

To request a refund, you need to:

  • Submit an online request form no later than 12 PM on your ticket’s start date. Please visit the resort website for which your lift ticket provides acces.
  • Visit the resort ticket window by no later than 12 PM on your ticket’s start date

What if Vail Resorts closes a resort or cancels my ticket due to Covid-19 - how will refunds be handled?   

Your safety is our priority, and it is possible that we will have to cancel your ticket due to Covid-19.   

In the event that we make the difficult decision to close a resort or cancel your ticket, we will make every effort to do so in advance of your visit, and we will issue you a full or partial refund depending on the number of lift ticket days affected. In the event of a resort closure or ticket cancellation, we will make every effort to notify you directly by email. We encourage you to also check the relevant resort website, Facebook page, or Instagram account for notifications. While we will do our best to issue your refund promptly, we cannot guarantee that your refund will be processed within a specified period of time (see terms for full details).

What if I am injured or fall sick – can I request a refund?

Unused lift tickets are fully refundable until 12 PM on your ticket’s start date. However, even if you have used your lift ticket, if you become sick or injured, you are eligible for a full or partial refund if requested by 12 PM local time. 

To request a refund for injury or illness, you need to: 

  • Submit an online request form no later than 12 PM on your ticket’s start date. Please visit the resort website for which your lift ticket provides acces.
  • Visit the resort ticket window by no later than 12 PM on your ticket’s start date  

Reminder: You should not come to the resort if you: (i) are experiencing signs and symptoms of COVID-19 not due to a known health condition, (ii) tested positive or were diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 10 days, (iii) have been directed by public health or a medical provider to quarantine or isolate, or (iv) have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 (see CDC guidelines)

Yes, pending availability, you can purchase same-day lift tickets online.  Lift tickets are limited this season, so we encourage all guests to purchase in advance to secure their spot on the mountain. 
No, lift tickets are non-transferrable. Lift tickets are only available for the ticketed guest name and for the date you purchased.

If you purchased your lift ticket nine or more days in advance your lift ticket will be mailed to your address. If you don’t receive your media before your ski day, simply go to the ticket window to pick-up your ticket.

If you purchased your lift ticket less than nine days in advance than your first ski day, go to the ticket window to pick-up your ticket.

If you don’t receive your media before your ski day, simply go to the ticket window to pick-up your ticket.
We encourage you to check back on our website daily to see if Lift Tickets become available, in the event other guests cancel their reservations or we’re able to release additional Lift Tickets as our resorts open more terrain. To view availability at all resorts for your desired dates, visit https://www.snow.com/planavacation/check-availability.aspx
Lift tickets are only valid at your specific resort on your ticketed date.
No, when you purchase your lift ticket, it is for a specific resort and specific date, and therefore there is no need to make any further reservation.
We expect lift tickets will sell out on select days throughout the season. If you have not secured your lift tickets before visiting our resorts, there is a chance you would be unable to ski during your trip. We strongly recommend that you secure your lift tickets as soon as possible to ensure you can ski your desired days.
In order to obtain your free tickets for children four and under, simply head to your resort ticket office on your desired ski date and pick up your ticket. It is not necessary to book tickets in advance for children four and under.  However, don’t forget that tickets for all other members of your party must be purchased online in advance.

Yes, we do offer Military Discount lift tickets for active and retired military members. In order to purchase your military ticket call (844)-431-4888, please have your military ID ready to verify your purchase. Military tickets require in-person verification to pick up your lift ticket in resort. Military Discount tickets are still subject to availability, so purchase early to lock in your desired dates.

If you decide to purchase a full price lift ticket, please come see the ticket office at the end of the day for your ticket adjustment. Military verification will be needed to process the price adjustment.

No. To help keep you safe this year, we are limiting the number of skiers and riders on the mountain and will not be offering half-day tickets.
If you bought your lift ticket through a travel agency, you are potentially eligible for a refund as outlined in our terms. Please reach out to your travel agency partner to learn more.