Big discounts for Thredbo season pass holders on 2020 day passes

Thredbo in spring

In an email sent to season pass holders today, Thredbo Resort has revealed the eligible discounts available on the new one day and multi day pass offerings for the reduced capacity 2020 season. 

The resort announced yesterday that it will operate at 50% capacity to other seasons in keeping with their Covid Safe Operating Plan. Season Passes will need to be refunded in favour of day passes to keep track of daily numbers on the mountain. 

Today they revealed that both 365 Pass and Season Pass holders can receive a refund or MyMoney Credit with no expiry date added to their card. 

365 Pass Holders refund/credit amount has been calculated based on the following:

  • 18-69 yrs: Partial refund (less $50 Summer Access Fee)
  • 5-17 yrs; 70-79yrs: Partial refund (less $50 Summer Access Fee)
  • 4 yrs & under; 80yrs+: Full refund
  • Any Season Pass Protection Add-on will be refunded

365 and Season Pass holders are also eligible for a discount of up to 75% off 1 day lift passes on the new system where all guests will need to pre-purchase day lift passes online. Even better news for Season Pass holders is that the resort has allocated a daily inventory portion specifically for Season Pass guests. 

The discount applies to all guests who had pre-purchased season passes (whether they have paid in full or not). It also applies regardless of whether you opt for a refund or credit.

The discounts work on “the more days you ski, the more you save” – with additional discounts being applied with 10, 15 and 20 day purchases, though the amount of discount will vary dependent on week day and seasonality. 

Pricing is yet to be released but passes will all go on sale on Wednesday, June 10.

More information here.

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