Perisher launches brand new pass

Skiing at Perisher.
Skiing at Perisher. Supplied

IN a season of so many firsts for Australia’s favourite ski resort Perisher, today marks yet another one with the launch of its brand new 2012 Freedom Pass. 

For only $699, the new Freedom Pass gives snow goers unbelievable value and flexibility allowing them to enjoy Perisher when they want, as much as they want, all season long.

With limited availability, the 2012 Freedom Pass goes on sale on Sunday, September 4 online until Thursday, October 3 unless sold out prior. The Freedom Pass accommodates every skiing and snowboarding need, from flying weekend visits to extended stays. 

To secure a Freedom Pass, a $199 deposit is payable now with the remaining $500 on 1 May 2012. The special bonus of securing a Freedom Pass now is that Freedom Pass-holders will receive one day free skiing from September 5 this season as well, saving $109 right away.

For those looking for a great deal on Skitube, the Freedom Pass Skitube option only costs an additional $60 per adult and $20 per student, a saving of $190 and $120 respectively from 2011 prices.

And if that wasn’t enough to tempt any snow-goer; with a 2012 Freedom Pass, guests can also take advantage of the opportunity to purchase a 2013 Freedom Pass for the same amazing 2012 price.

Encouraging snow lovers across Australia to take advantage of this unbeatable offer, CEO of Perisher, Peter Brulisauer said.

“The Freedom Pass is all about providing great value and ultimate flexibility to our loyal customers, giving them the freedom to enjoy Perisher when they want, whenever they want, all season long.”

Freedom Pass-holders will not only benefit from skiing and boarding four resort areas, seven mountain peaks, 47 lifts and 1245 hectares of terrain whenever they want at a great price, they will enjoy heaps of special discounts. 

The Perisher Freedom Pass also includes 15% discount on one day lift tickets (including Skitube) for friends and family in 2012, a 15% discount at Perisher-owned food and beverage outlets and at Slopestyle Mountain Sports in 2012. 

This is a strictly limited offer and will sell out fast.

To find out how you can get your hands on a Freedom Pass and for further information, simply visit the Perisher website from September 4. 

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