The Ikon Pass is one of the best ways to ride the top mountain resorts in North America since it gives you unlimited access to many slopes. To make things even better, the Ikon Pass friends and family discount makes it even easier to enjoy the mountains with the people you love.
Using the Ikon Pass friends and family discount can be confusing though, so the ASO Mammoth team has put together a short guide with the details you need to know before using it. Check it out, then visit ASO Mammoth for the best ski and snowboard rentals in Mammoth Lakes!
How to Use to Ikon Pass Friends and Family Discount
The process to use the friends and family discount requires you to sign into your Ikon Pass account online. Once you do-
- Click the friends and family link
- Find the share discount button and click it
- Enter the email of the person who you’re sharing your discount with and how many discounts you wish to send them
- Send the discount. If the person you’re sharing with ends up not using the discount, then you can contact Ikon for a refund
After that, the person you’ve shared your discount with will be able to apply 25% off their lift ticket purchase online or at the ticket window.
You do not need to be present for someone to get a discount using your pass. Also, many mountains have friends and family discount pages on their websites that make using the discount easy, so check wherever your friend is skiing or snowboarding for more information on that specific mountain.
Each Discount Only Counts for One Day of Skiing or Snowboarding
If the person you’re sharing your discount with will be skiing or snowboarding for multiple days, then they will need to buy separate day passes for each day instead of a multi-day pass.
For example, if someone using the friends and family discount is skiing two days then they will need to use two discounts on two single day tickets, not one discount applied to a multi-day pass.
Most Ikon Mountains Accept Friends and Family Discounts, but Not All
Most Ikon Mountains in North America accept friends and family discounts, but there are several international locations, specifically in Europe, that do not. Check this page to see which mountains accept the discounts.
The Discount is Applied to the Day Of Lift Ticket Price
The 25% your friends or family gets off their lift ticket is taken from the day of price. As a result, there’s a chance that your friends and family may save more by simply buying their lift tickets as a part of a multi-day pass or ahead of time online.
Check the mountain’s website to figure out which discount works best for your friends and family, then plan accordingly!