Whistler Blackcomb Winter Lift Tickets

  • Tickets must be booked with accommodation and allow skiing and riding on both Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains
  • The best deals are available when lift tickets and accommodation are booked together
  • Foot passengers can also access the mountains with a PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola winter sightseeing ticket

2020/21 Winter Season Lift Ticket Pricing

Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass - Book by September 7, 2020

New for Winter 2020/21 - Ski one to ten days and get up to 50% off lift tickets with the NEW Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass! Get your pass for next season and access Whistler Blackcomb like never before.

  • Book by September 7, 2020 to receive the best rates
  • Flexible days for up to 50% off window rates
  • Choose 1 to 10 total days of skiing
  • Offered with and without holiday restrictions

Ticket Type Adult (13+ Yrs)
Unrestricted
Child (7-12 Yrs)
Unrestricted
Adult (13+ Yrs)
Restricted*
Child (7-12 Yrs)
Restricted*
1 Day $139 $70 $118 $59
2 Day $270 $135 $229 $111
3 Day $393 $197 $333 $167
4 Day $509 $255 $431 $216
5 Day $618 $309 $523 $262
6 Day $720 $360 $609 $305
7 Day $816 $408 $690 $345
8 Day $906 $453 $766 $383
9 Day $991 $496 $837 $419
10 Day $1071 $536 $904 $452

Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass - FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass?

The Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass is a new customizable set of pass products for the 2020-21 season offering expanded value and flexibility for guests who are looking to ski exclusively at Whistler Blackcomb. Guests purchasing the Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass in advance of the season will lock in an incredible discount of up to 50 percent over window lift ticket prices, while customizing their trip by selecting the number of days they plan to ski or ride – from one day to ten days – and whether to add unrestricted access during peak periods. The discount for Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass increases with each additional day a guest plans to ski or ride. Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass purchasers can use their days anytime throughout the 2020-21 season at Whistler Blackcomb. The Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass is non-transferable and non-refundable.

What Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass products are available for the 2020-21 season?

There will be two variations of the new Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass:

Unrestricted:
  • Access to Whistler Blackcomb only
  • No Restricted Dates
  • Available for Adults (13+) and Children (7-12)
  • Sold in Canadian dollars
  • Choose 1 to 10 total days from as low as CAD$108 per day
  • Does not need to be used on consecutive days
  • Can be used anytime throughout the 2020.21 season
  • Savings increase for each additional day purchased
  • Non-refundable and non-transferable

Restricted:
  • For those with flexibility to navigate around peak restrictions, guests can realize even greater value with the restricted Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass
  • Includes Peak Restricted Dates: 11/27/20-11/28/20, 12/26/20-12/31/20, 01/16/21, 02/13/21-02/14/21
  • Available for Adults (13+) and Child (7-12)
  • Sold in Canadian dollars
  • Choose 1 to 10 total days from as low as CAD$91 per day
  • Savings increase for each additional day purchased
  • Non-refundable and non-transferable

What dates are restricted on the Restricted Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass?

The Restricted version of the Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass saves guests up to 50% as compared to lift tickets and is designed for guests that do not intended to ski during peak periods. Restricted dates are: 11/27/20-11/28/20, 12/26/20-12/31/20, 01/16/21, 02/13/21-02/14/21. To maximize flexibility, guests who plan to ski during restricted dates can purchase the unrestricted Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass.

What is the difference between the Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass and a lift ticket?

The Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass is a product that provides expanded value and flexibility over lift tickets. With savings of up to 50% as compared to lift tickets for guests purchasing in advance of the season, the Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass also offers flexibility to choose when you ski throughout the season and doesn’t need to be used consecutively, whereas lift tickets must be used on specific dates. The Whistler Blackcomb Day Passes is non-refundable and non-transferable, consistent with season passes.

What is the difference between the Epic Pass & Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass?

Both the Epic Day Pass and the Whistler Blackcomb Day pass are non-refundable, non-transferrable and provide incredible value to guests that purchase in advance of the season. The Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass is sold in Canadian dollars, and offers the best value for guests who plan to ski or ride exclusively at Whistler Blackcomb. The Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass offers a savings of up to 50% as compared to lift tickets and up to 35% as compared to Extra Early Booking Offer promotions.

Who is eligible to purchase the Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass?

Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass is for everyone and allows all guests to unlock incredible value at Whistler Blackcomb when they commit in advance of the season. Anyone is able to purchase Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass while they are on sale ahead of the season; there are no age or geographic restrictions. The Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass is non-refundable and non-transferable.

Do my Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass days have to be used consecutively or can the days be used throughout the season?

No, Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass offers customers flexibility to use the preloaded amount of days throughout the 2020-21 winter season. The days do not have to be used consecutively. The Restricted Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass option is subject to restricted dates.

Will I be able to purchase Whistler Blackcomb Day Passes all year?

No, Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass will only be sold for a limited time ahead of next winter, purchase today for the best price guaranteed!

Plan your next season with confidence

We are confident next season will be great. But we understand you might be nervous about what the future may hold. We want you to know you are covered, and in a way that is more expansive than anything that has ever existed before for pass holders. Epic Coverage is designed to give you the peace of mind you need to get back on the slopes next season.

What is Epic Coverage?

New for the 2020/21 season, Epic Coverage is included FREE (for all pass holders including day pass products)and provides refunds associated with certain personal events, including illness, job loss, and injury. It also expands coverage to protect you from certain resort closures, such as any due to COVID-19. If any of the following happens over the course of the next season, you will get a full or prorated refund. We hope this allows you to look past today’s uncertainty and toward a new season....together again on the mountains we love.

If any of the following happens over the course of next season, you will get a full or prorated refund:

Personal Coverage

  • Job Loss
  • Stay-At-Home Order from County, State, Country
  • Injury, Sickness, Death
  • Pregnancy
  • Visa Rejection
  • Jury Duty
  • Military Service
  • Employer Transfer
  • And more

Resort Closure

  • Disease (E.g. Covid-19)
  • War
  • Terrorism
  • Natural Disaster
You are covered when you need it the most, both now and throughout the season.


Epic Coverage - FAQ

Epic Coverage - Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sign up for Epic Coverage?

Epic Coverage is free for all pass holders and there is no sign up required.

Do I have to pay for Epic Coverage?

No, Epic Coverage is free for all pass holders. Historically, pass holders had to pay up to $35 if they chose to insure their pass against personal risk, but the new Epic Coverage program is now included with all passes.

Can I still purchase Pass Insurance?

No, Vail Resorts no longer offers Pass Insurance. Epic Coverage provides refunds for qualifying personal events as well as certain resort closures due to disease (e.g. COVID-19), war, terrorism, or specific natural disasters. And it’s free for all pass holders.

Are all pass and card products are included in Epic Coverage?

Yes. All Whistler Blackcomb pass or card products are are included in Epic Coverage.

Do I still have Epic Coverage once I use my pass?

Yes, you will have Epic Coverage from when you purchase your pass through the end of the 2020/21 ski and ride season for qualifying personal events and through the “Core Season” for certain resort closures, depending on your coverage preferences selected.

What is covered by Epic Coverage?

Epic Coverage provides protection across a range of personal events and certain resort closures. A summary of the qualifying personal and resort closure events that are covered are shown below.

If any of the following happens over the course of next season, you will get a full or prorated refund:

Personal Coverage

  • Job Loss
  • Stat-At-Home Order from County, State, Country
  • Injury, Sickness, Death
  • Pregnancy
  • Visa Rejection
  • Jury Duty
  • Military Service
  • Employer Transfer
  • And more

Resort Closure Between Thanksgiving (November 26, 2020) and Easter (April 4, 2021)

  • Disease (E.g. Covid-19)
  • War
  • Terrorism
  • Natural Disaster (specifically defined in resort Terms & Conditions)

You are covered when you need it the most, both now and throughout the season.

When does my Epic Coverage become effective?

Your Epic Coverage begins when you purchase your pass and agree to the terms and conditions of Epic Coverage, and lasts until the last day of the 2020/21 ski season for personal events and through the Core Season for certain resort closures.

What is the coverage period for a personal event?

If a qualifying personal event occurs between the purchase of your pass and the last day of the 2020/21 ski and ride season, you may be eligible for a full or prorated refund based on when your personal event occurred and/or how many days you are able to ski or ride during the season. Specific personal events must impact at least 30 consecutive days of the core season to qualify. Please see “How are refunds determined?” for more details.

When does a resort closure event need to occur to be covered?

A covered resort closure event must occur during the Core Season. The “Core Season” is from November 26, 2020 to April 4, 2021. This is the time period used to define the percentage of the season impacted when determining refunds. Please see the “How are Refunds Determined?” section for additional details.

Are resort closures caused by snow events covered by Epic Coverage?

No. The only weather-related events that are covered by Epic Coverage are for natural disasters (flood, hurricane, tornado, earthquake, fire, and volcanic eruption) that lead to a resort closure. All other weather-related closures are not eligible for refunds.

Does Epic Coverage provide refunds, or just credits to apply to next season?

Epic Coverage provides refunds to our pass holders for the 2020/21 season, not a credit to apply to the purchase of a pass for the 2021/22 season.

If the entire 2020/21 season is lost due to a covered resort closure, would I get a full refund for my pass purchase?

Yes, if the entire 2020/21 season was lost due to all of our owned and operated resorts being closed from U.S. Thanksgiving to Easter due to disease (e.g. COVID-19), war, terrorism, or a natural disaster, then you would receive a 100% refund at the end of the 2020/21 season.

For refunds that are influenced by the number of days I ski or ride, how are the number of days I skied determined?

Any days skied or ridden at Vail Resorts’ owned and operated resorts, as well as any days skied or ridden at our partner resorts, will count towards your number of days, regardless of the time period of the season in which you skied or rode.

What happens if I already purchased Pass Insurance for the 2020/21 season?

You will be refunded the amount you paid for pass insurance by June 30, 2020.

Terms and Conditions

For Epic Coverage Terms & Conditions, please visit www.epicpass.com

*Lift Tickets can only be sold with accommodation and must be booked at least seven days prior to your arrival date. All prices quoted are in Canadian dollars. Taxes and fees are extra. Ticket types reflect the number of rest days allocated to each ticket. For example, a two of three day lift ticket will provide you with two days lift access over a three day period. Any one of these days can be used as a rest day. Fresh tracks tickets can be added onto your Stay and Ski package once you have selected your accommodation. The new Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass products do not need to be used on consecutive days. Whistler Blackcomb Day Pass Restricted products are restricted on the following dates: November 27 - November 28, December 26 - December 31, 2020, January 16, 2021, February 13 - February 14, 2020

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