Busy family lives mean we’re all looking for affordable prices and flexibility. Blizzard offers a unique pricing structure which provides families with the most flexible, economical option for a full season of snowsports fun!
All members pay a Program Fee to join Blizzard. This fee covers your instruction for the entire season, all membership materials, access to all our trips at discounted lift ticket rates, participation in special events including Picnic Day, Fun Day and Bonus Trips, and discounts at participating retail partners. Fees vary by program due to student/instructor ratios, special equipment and other factors.
Payment is due at time of registration. If Program Fees are not paid within 30 days, your registration may be cancelled. See our cancellation policy for more details.
Weekly Trip Fee
Each week during the season, you will be contacted to make a reservation for the upcoming trip. If you attend the trip, you pay a Weekly Trip Fee of about $89 on average*, which covers round-trip bus transportation, supervision and lift ticket. We always run charges after the trip, so we only charge those who actually attend. If you don’t make a reservation for the trip for any reason, you don’t pay! It’s the best pay-as-you-go system there is — you only pay for the bus and lift ticket when you use them.
* Trip Fees may vary each week based on lift ticket prices. Trip Fees may change at any time for reasons beyond Blizzard’s control, such as fuel or other bus-related costs or changes in lift ticket prices.
If you make a reservation but do not attend, and you do not cancel by the reservation deadline (usually Thursday at 8:00 p.m.), we charge a $30 No-Show Fee. This covers your reserved seat on the bus that we were unable to assign to another member and is necessary to keep costs low for all members. Higher No-Show Fees may apply for special events.
IF YOU ARE SICK, DO NOT ATTEND BLIZZARD!
We will not charge a No-Show Fee if you contact the office and let us know you are/were sick. If you’re not feeling well, please stay home!
Family Assistance Fund
Blizzard Ski & Snowboard School is committed to socioeconomic diversity in our programs, and to making skiing and snowboarding financially accessible to all families. To achieve this vision, we have established the Blizzard Family Assistance Fund to assist families who might not otherwise be able to afford to ski or snowboard with Blizzard. The program is funded by donations from members, staff, and Blizzard itself. Please contact the office for more information.
Wondering about the status of your account? You can always log into your member profile to check your account online. If you find an error, just give us a call or send an email. We’ll do our best to fix it right away!