After the overwhelming responses from the enthusiast visitors in 2016 season, NZSki has decided to reward its guests by keeping the pricing unchanged for the new season. The ski company announced the pricing for the 2017 season, starting with $299 Mt Hutt super earlybird and $599 earlybird 3 Peak Pass.
From mid-June to early October in 2017, the 3 Peak Pass holders can enjoy unlimited access to Mt Hutt in Methven and The Remarkables and Coronet Peak in Queenstown. Skiers and snowboarders can also experience the thrill of night skiing on Friday and Saturday nights at Coronet Peak. This opportunity can be availed from mid-July to September.
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Paul Anderson, the CEO of NZSki, said that they are hoping to attract newcomers and have their old guests back after the success of the 2016 season that received tremendous positive customer and industry feedback. He also stated that the upcoming season would represent their great value and share their passion with smiling faces of their customers.
Mr Anderson also thought that keeping the pricing unchanged would drive more visitors to Queenstown, especially from Auckland and Australia. NZSki’s Intro to Snow packages available at all three mountains are already popular with the newcomers. So, chances are high that the affordable earlybird pricing will encourage more newcomers to take the four-day lesson packages.
The 3 Peak Pass Earlybird also offers free skiing at Kiroro in Japan, discounts and special offers from NZSki’s Queenstown’s partners, and discounted access to 14 Mountain Collective resorts throughout the world. You can buy these tickets until March 30, 2017. The Mt Hutt earlybird pass will be available for purchase until January 31, 2017. You can buy the earlybird pass from NZSki’s Season Passes.
To get further pricing details and other information about the packages, visit NZSki website.