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Vermont Lift Ticket Prices Up 7%
Vermont Lift Ticket Prices Up 7%
The average weekend non-holiday adult ticket price is now $94.03.
Thursday, December 13, 2018, NewEnglandSkiIndustry.com
Vermont Ski Lift Ticket Prices


Vermont remains the most expensive state in New England, as the average weekend full day adult lift ticket at a chairlift served area has climbed to $94.03. Six areas now have retail lift ticket prices greater than $100 per day.

Vail Resorts does not publish ticket window rates, so January 5th window prices referenced in the online store were used for Okemo and Stowe. In addition, Vail now adds Vermont's 6% sales tax on top of its advertised ticket price.

Stowe is once again the most expensive in the state, rising from $131 to $147.34 including tax. Stowe, Killington, and Stratton posted the largest increases at 12%, the latter two areas having new lifts installed.

Smugglers Notch reduced non-holiday weekend prices by $2.

Quechee is still the cheapest chairlift area in the state, charging $49 per day.

The mean price for 2018-19 is $94.03, as compared to $87.76 in 2017-18. The median price is $87.00, a 7% increase over last season's $81.


Update: This article was updated on 12/19/18 to reflect the Stowe and Okemo sales tax.


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