How Much Do Mammoth Lift Tickets Cost?

Now’s the time to start thinking about skiing and other wintertime activities at popular spots like Mammoth Mountain. If this is what you have in mind for late fall or sometime during the rest of the 2021–2022 season at this sprawling resort, you’ll need to purchase a lift ticket. Below, the team from ASO Mammoth, the place to go for high-quality Mammoth ski rentals, ski gear, and expert advice on every aspect of Mammoth snow sports, go over what you’ll need to know about lift ticket prices and purchases at Mammoth Mountain.

Single-Day Tickets

How much you’ll pay for lift tickets at Mammoth will depend on what option is best for you. If you’ll just be skiing or snowboarding for one day, a single-day lift ticket can be a good buy. Normally, these tickets are $99. However, if you purchase single-day tickets in advance on the Mammoth website, you’ll save up to 20 percent, which would drop the price to $79.

Note: Other than beginner tickets, all lift tickets for Mammoth are valid for the same day at nearby June Mountain.

Afternoon Tickets

If you’ll only need lift access for part of your day at Mammoth, consider an afternoon ticket. These tickets are 25 percent off and available at the on-site ticket window starting at 12:30 p.m. They’re only good for the remainder of the day during the lift’s operating hours.

Multi-Day Tickets

For a multi-day trip to Mammoth, select tickets for days during your trip you anticipate needing lift access. For instance, lift tickets good for 4 or 6 days are just over $300 for the 2021–2022 season if purchased at Mammoth. However, online discounts on the Mammoth site could bring this price down to around $250–$260, depending on the percentage knocked off the full price.

Note: Multi-day tickets are good for skiing or riding for consecutive days only, not individual days divided up over the season.

Beginner Tickets

If you or others coming with you to Mammoth are at the beginner level, Mammoth offers beginner lift tickets. Only good on beginner lifts, which are chairs 7, 11, 15, and 17, these tickets are subject to availability. Prices for these tickets are:

• Children 5 to 12 years of age – $40
• Young adults 13 to 22 – $73
• Adults 23 to 64 – $89
• Seniors 65 to 79 – $73

Ways to Save on Mammoth Lift Tickets

Regardless of how long your visit to Mammoth will be, there are some ways to save on lift tickets for this resort. One of the more cost-effective options is to purchase an Ikon Pass. One of the pass’s perks is discounted lift tickets. As an added bonus, Ikon Pass discounts also apply to passholders’ friends and family members. Making lift ticket purchases in advance of your visit is another way to save.

Mammoth also offers discounted tickets—up to 25 percent—for active military members. Additionally, you can purchase tickets for the scenic gondola ride at Mammoth if you won’t be skiing or snowboarding. For each paying adult, up to two kids 12 and under ride free. 

If you’d like more information on lift tickets or you need the highest-quality ski wear, gear, and snowboard rental in Mammoth, stop by and see us at ASO Mammoth, your one-stop shop for everything you need to have a great time on the mountain. Drop in or give us a call at 760-965-3444.

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