Season Pass FAQ
Answers to all of your Season Pass questions
2015-2016 Season Pass Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the New England Pass?
The New England Pass is a season pass offering skiing and riding at Sunday River and Sugarloaf in Maine and Loon Mountain in New Hampshire.
Q: What New England Pass options are available?
The New England Pass offers an unrestricted Gold Pass, a Silver Pass with 13 blackout dates and a Bronze Pass valid midweek non-holiday. Additionally there is an unlimited College Pass and an unlimited Graduate Pass available.
Q: When are 2015-16 season passes on sale?
All 2015-16 season passes are on sale now and will be at pre-season rates through October 12, 2015. After October 12, all rates with the exception of the College New England Pass will increase.
Q: How will age be determined for the New England Passes?
The passholder's age on November 1, 2015 determines the age category for all 2014-15 season passes.
Q: Can I upgrade my New England Pass to a higher level?
Yes, you can upgrade your pass to a higher level at any time. The cost for upgrading will be based on the current pass prices at the time the upgrade is made.
Q: Do New England Pass holders receive benefits at Boyne's other resorts?
Purchasers of qualifying New England Passes are able to add a M.A.X. Pass at special rates that include five days of skiing at a 19 additional mountains across North America including all of Boyne's resorts. There are no blackout dates or restrictions on these days, and there are no requirements or restrictions for lodging. This new product takes the place of the lift ticket discounts for Boyne Resorts' western mountains that were previously available on select New England Passes.
Q: Will you offer discounted lodging rates for season passholders next season?
Yes, Sunday River will continue to offer discounted lodging rates for passholders next season. Rates will be similar to this year and will vary over the course of the season.
Q: When will you announce lift ticket pricing?
Lift ticket rates for each winter season are announced in the fall.