What is the difference between the passes and the plan?
We'd all love to ski 20+ days a year and have a season pass at our favorite resorts, but not everyone can do that. So just like ski resorts, Slopes offers a lot of flexibility in its pricing depending on how often you go.
The plan is the easiest option and will save you a ton if you go more than a few days a year, letting you record as many times as you want without worrying about reloading or activating passes.
But if you're going to go less often, say one big ski trip every winter or two weekends every winter, you can grab passes. With the passes you pick what days you want to use them for, and anything you record on those unlocked days get Slopes Premium. Just like a daily lift ticket at a resort.
Is the plan only valid for the current season?
Nope. The plans last a full year not just the season. So if you buy mid-season it is valid until mid-season next winter, giving you Slopes premium for a chunk of next season too.
Can I buy passes before I need them?
Yep. Unlike a ski resort where you have to assign which day you want to use a ski pass when you buy it, with Slopes passes sit on your account and never expire while they are unused. Even across seasons.
When you're finally at the mountain and ready to go, you can activate a pass via the account screen.
If I use a pass do recordings stay unlocked after it is over? Or if my plan expires?
Yep! As long as you recorded with an active paid pass or plan, those recordings get Slopes Premium forever. Oh, and as a bonus if you have an active plan any activities you didn't have an active pass for in the past get unlocked for free.
If I buy the family plan here, will it work on other platforms? What about giving a friend one of my day passes on another platform?
Yep! Everything you buy here works cross-platform.
How can I get a refund?
Instructions on how to claim are refund can be found here.