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Early Bird Season Pass Sale

During the Early-Bird Sale, you’ll get the best prices on 2024-25 season passes. Prices increase on May 1st!

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Some of the many benefits of a Diamond Peak pass include…

Great savings:
If you plan to ski/ride more than 4 days this spring and/or next winter, a season pass will likely pay for itself. 

No commitment needed:
Diamond Peak continues to offer our Peak Pledge – our no-hassle refund policy on unused passes. If you don’t use your pass for any reason, simply request a refund by Jan. 15th and you’ll get your money back – no questions asked. (Note: a $25 processing fee will be applied for each pass refunded.)

Skip the ticket line:
It’s never fun to wait in a lift ticket line when the snow conditions are incredible or it’s a busy weekend. Next season, go directly to the lifts when you visit Diamond Peak by purchasing a pass!

Fun terrain parks:
The Village Terrain Park has become one of Tahoe’s most respected parks for progressing your skiing and riding, and the team has more fun planned for next season. Why leave town just to ride park when you’ve got The Village right here in Incline?

Support local ownership:
Diamond Peak Resort is the only community-owned ski resort in the Tahoe Basin, and we always put customer service ahead of profits. Keep your dollars local and invest in our Tahoe community.

Buy today and save:
Passes are now on sale online via our online store. But don’t delay! Pass prices go up on May 1.

Loyalty Buddy Ticket for renewing pass holders (Early Bird Perk)
As a thank you for your continued loyalty, 2023-24 pass holders who renew by April 30, 2024 will receive one (1) complimentary “Loyalty Buddy Ticket” valid for a non-peak adult lift ticket during the 2024-25 ski season. View details and restrictions on the Pass Perks page. 

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