You might have already heard...Whistler Blackcomb early bird pass prices are at the lowest they've been for a decade! On sale as of today, an early bird adult unlimited pass is available for just $1,099 until October 12, 2009. In comparison, last year’s early bird adult unlimited pass was $1,529. Plus, this year all pass prices include unlimited access to the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola.

There is also a special 2010 Bonus Pak available at an additional charge to the early bird pass price. For $429 early bird pass purchasers receive a $500 Whistler Blackcomb gift card and three adult lift tickets, valid any day during the season, offering a combined value of $734. The 2010 Bonus Pak is only available to season pass holders and only until October 12. In addition, the first 2,000 purchasers of a 2010 adult or senior season pass will receive a pair of Olympic Victory Ceremony tickets.

As usual, there are lots of great perks that come with a season pass. 20% off food & hot beverages, $100 off heli-skiing, 20% off at Whistler Blackcomb retail stores, and more. Check out the full list at whistlerblackcomb.com/perks.

For full details or to purchase a season pass visit whistlerblackcomb.com or call 1-800-766-0449.

If you're a full time student in British Columbia, Washington or Oregon, then check out the Student Passes, on sale now from only $399, at whistlerblackcomb.com/students.

So there is that little event called the Olympics happening this winter. Whether or not you're embracing the Olympic spirit and looking forward to all of the excitement, we hope you're looking forward to another great ski season.  During the Games, 90% of the terrain  will be open with access up the mountains from three of four base location. To help you plan for a great season and get the most up-to-date info about what people can expect at Whistler Blackcomb prior to, during and after the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games check out whistlerblackcomb.com/olympics.

We're looking forward to our most exciting season yet and hope to see you on the mountains.

Let the snow fly!


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