Stowe Sets New England Record with $115 Lift Ticket
2015-16 day ticket price is a $7 increase over previous season.
Friday, October 2, 2015, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
Stowe Mountain Resort recently released its 2015-16 lift ticket prices, setting yet another New England ski industry record. A retail weekend/holiday day pass, including a $5 RFID fee, will be $115.
Stowe was the first New England ski area to surpass the $100 lift ticket mark in 2014-15, when its price was $108 (including $5 RFID fee).
Stowe's ticket prices have increased by 25% in the past five years and 51% in the past ten.
The second highest ticket price announced in Vermont this season is Killington at $96.
Stowe Pass Price History
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