Homewood Offers Tahoe's Most Beautiful Season Pass Prices

HOMEWOOD, Calif. (May 26, 2012) – Homewood Mountain Resort announced several new season pass options for winter 2012-2013 starting at $259 for adults; as well as several new season passes and down payment options.

New financing option: pay $99 prior to July 9; pay the balance later
Season pass purchasers can visit SkiHomewood.com to pay $99 of an adult season pass on or before July 9.  The remaining balance will be automatically charged to the stored credit card on October 2. 

New Family Pass: receive four 2012-2013 season passes for $799
New this winter, Homewood’s Family Pass offers two adult, unlimited season passes and two teen and/or child unlimited season passes for $799.  Family Pass purchasers may also opt for financing by paying $199 of the total price on or before July 9 at SkiHomewood.com.  The remaining balanced will be automatically charged to the stored credit card on October 2. 

As an additional benefit, Family Pass purchasers receive one, half-priced Family Private Lesson during winter 2012-2013.  A Family Private Lesson includes three hours of instruction for up to five participants, valid Sunday through Friday, non-holiday. 

Purchase early to win dream vacation
Those who purchase a Homewood adult or family season pass prior to October 2 or place a season pass down payment prior to July 2 will be entered to win two nights of lodging at Homewood’s sister properties, the West Shore Café & Inn and Constellation Residences at Northstar.  Just steps from Homewood’s slopes, West Shore Café & Inn’s six guest rooms and suites offer luxurious lakefront lodging; and Constellation Residences at Northstar offer Tahoe’s only fully-equipped, mid-mountain luxury vacation homes with direct access to The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe and its many amenities and privileges. 

Homewood 2012-2013 season passes offer three mountains
All Homewood season passes are also valid at Homewood’s sister resort Red Lodge Mountain Resort, located at Red Lodge, Montana; as well as five days of unrestricted skiing and riding at Whitefish Mountain Resort, located in Whitefish, Montana.  All totaled, pass holders will have access to 5,860 acres of terrain, 6,403 feet of vertical descent, and 225 designated trails.   

Preferred rates for locals, “other-resort” and returning pass holders - $299
Those who have purchased a 2012-2013 from any other resort receive special rates for Homewood season passes: adult passes are just $299, versus $399.  Locals who live in the Tahoe Basin between Meeks Bay and Kings Beach, as well as Homewood 2011-2012 returning pass holders also receive the special rate.  Visit SkiHomewood.com to compare senior and teen special rates. 

$199 College Season Passes
Available until January 13, 2013 for $199, Homewood's College Pass offers the best value in the Lake Tahoe region.  The College Pass is valid every day including holidays. College students must show proof of enrollment (school-issued photo ID and copy of course registration) at accredited 2- or 4-year college, with 9+ units/credits when picking up a 2012-2013 pass.

Homewood pass benefits at West Shore Café & Inn perks and beyond

For additional information about all Homewood 2012-2013 season pass options and pricing; or to purchase a season pass today, visit SkiHomewood.com.

About Homewood:  Homewood Mountain Resort is one of California’s first winter recreation resorts.  Offering a family-friendly atmosphere since 1961, Homewood continues to offer premier winter skiing and snowboarding with a focus on top level guest service and custom vacation packages.  Homewood is accessible via Interstate 80 to California State Route 89, just 55 miles from Reno Tahoe International Airport.  The resort’s parent company is San Francisco, California based JMA Ventures, LLC.  JMA is a full service real estate investment firm, serving as managing member of over $500 million in existing projects.




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5145 West Lake Blvd.
Homewood, CA 96141
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