Is there anything more disheartening than arriving at the ski resort and finding queues at the ticket desks that stretch on for kilometres?
That’s a thing of the past!
One of the benefits of the Skioo Pass is being able to skip the queues and go straight to the slopes. Forget about waiting in the queue, dragging your skis, or the chaos of being next in line and realising you don’t have your wallet ready, or of skiing where others have already skied.
No matter how packed the mountains are, now you can beat the crowds and be the first to set foot on the snow. It’s as easy as holding your pass up to the door and it will open automatically.
Also, in a post-Covid society, anything that will help reduce contact with people, objects or cash is welcome.
Forget about buying ski passes in advance, just pay for the skiing you do.
We are sure that, at some point in your life, you have bought ski passes for your family holidays in advance, but when the day arrived, there wasn’t much snow, or there was a storm, or wind, or perhaps you had personal issues that meant that you couldn’t go, or that you didn’t have the best holiday.
“What can I do?”, you ask.
It’s easy, because we have thought of that, and much more. This is why the Skioo Pass is a multi-resort pass. You aren't tied to specific days. You can go skiing whenever you want and wherever you want. You just turn up at one of our compatible resorts and ski for as long as you want to.
If you only ski for half a day, the corresponding resort tariff will be applied.
If you ski for several days in a row, the corresponding resort tariff will be applied.
It’s that simple. If you use the Skioo Pass, you will pay exactly the same resort tariff.
“But, if I buy a ski pass in advance, I can get big discounts!”, you say.
Once you have got your Skioo Pass, you will be able to go skiing with the money in your Skioo account, and we will deduct the cost of your ski days. Or, if you don’t have money in your Skioo account, we will just take the amount directly from your credit card.
Have we convinced you yet?