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Prices drop on ski season passes at Squaw, Alpine

TAHOE CITY ” A week after Squaw Valley USA dropped its season pass prices by nearly a thousand dollars, Alpine Meadows followed suit.

The resort owners announced their Unfiltered Alpine Homewood pass will be $649 a pop, more than $400 less than last year.

A similar pass with some holiday blackout days is $429. Midweek-plus-Sunday passes are $299.



“Both Alpine and Homewood have always been known for fantastic kids’ programs,” said Deanna Gescheider, director of marketing and sales for the two resorts. “The new prices underscore our commitment to the community.”

Also, $1 of every pass sold to both Homewood and Alpine Meadows will be donated to an environmental organization. The organization will be announced at a later date.



Visit http://www.skialpine.com for more information.


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