It's not often that you hear this season's ski pass prices are being cut, but that seems to be the case with Televerbier, the local lift pass company.
Declining attendance numbers and the strength of the Franc are said to be the two main reasons for the reduction in prices, not only for Verbier passes, but the 4 Valleys and Nendaz too.
The low season passes are the ones that have been targeted for cuts so far, plus the resort will be introducing a dynamic pricing structure, simlar to some low budget airlines, where prices will fluctuate as demands do.
Prices for a daily ski pass are expected to be reduced in low season times as follows:
- Verbier from 66 to 60 CHF
- 4 Valleés from 71 to 64 CHF
- Nendaz from 56 to 50 CHF
Prices for families, week long passes and season passes are still to be released, but you can expect to get a further 5% discount if you book online.
More news to come soon.
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