KILLINGTON, Vt. Oct. 8, 2004 - Displaying the excitement surrounding this season's All For One Passes, which offers skiing and riding at Killington, Pico and four other premier eastern resorts, the Silver All For One Pass is now sold out. The Bronze All For One Pass is still currently available for $379 if purchased by Oct. 25.
"For folks waiting until the last minute, this could be the last minute," said Gillis Lynn, vice president of brand management. "While one pass has sold out, there are still four other passes that offer a great deal on a season's worth of skiing and riding. I urge folks to not wait until October 25 though, the Silver pass has sold out and others may sell out prior to the deadline."
The remaining All For One Passes are valid for the 2004-2005 season at Killington, Pico and Mount Snow/Haystack in Vermont, Sunday River and Sugarloaf/USA in Maine, and Attitash in New Hampshire. The $379 Bronze pass has 14 blackout days spread across the season. The Gold Pass, which is valid every day of the season, is $699. The Platinum pass, which is unlimited and offers additional benefits such as lodging discounts and Guided First Tracks, is $899. The Super Senior Pass that provides unlimited skiing for ages 70 and above will remain at $399.
Prices will rise Oct. 26 to $1300 for the Platinum and $1100 for the Gold. Bronze All For One Passes will not be available after Oct. 25. Guests may purchase All For One Passes by visiting killington.com or calling (800) 88-PEAKS.