10% Off Chamonix Lift Passes for Online Advance Purchase

10% Off Chamonix Lift Passes for Online Advance Purchase

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10% Off Chamonix Lift Passes for Online Advance Purchase

J2SkiNews posted Sep-2016



Anyone needing a 6-9 day lift pass for the Chamonix Valley can save around 10% by buying their pass at least three days in advance online this winter. Lift company the Compagnie du Mont Blanc say this is the equivalent of a buy-5-days-get-one-day-free deal.

The discount, valid for the Chamonix Le Pass ticket (covering the Brevent-Flegere area, Grands Montets area (summit not included), Balme Tour Vallorcine area, Vormaine area, Chosalets area, Savoy area and Planards area) brings the cost of a 6 day adult ticket down from 252.50 to 230 Euros, and for children aged 5-15 and seniors aged 65 to 79 down from 214.60 to 195.50.

The discount is also available on the Mont Blanc Unlimited Pass which covers in addition Aiguille du Midi, Les Houches area, Courmayeur in Italy, the Verbier 4 Vallées area in Switzerland and the Evasion Mont-Blanc - St Gervais or Megève area (terms and conditions apply).

A 6 day adult lift pass is the most expensive in the Eurozone at 299 Euros but reduces to 275 Euros with advanced online purchase.

A 6 day child ticket is believed to be the most expensive in Europe including Switzerland as, even with the strong Franc, the Swiss tend to give generous child discounts. It costs 254.20 Euros for children aged 5-15 and seniors aged 65 to 79, or 233.80 Euros with the online advance purchase discount.

Buy via: www.compagniedumontblanc.co.uk/
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Ranchero_1979
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posted Sep-2016

Pretty expensive. Depends where your skiing but am sure day passes would work out cheaper for a lot of people, especially if you end up doing a 1/2 day (4hrs).

Nice picture of the Petit Aigulle Verte towering over the Grand Montets lift though.

Brucie
reply to '10% Off Chamonix Lift Passes for Online Advance Purchase'
posted Sep-2016

Yes, lift passes are becoming very expensive. Add to that a near 20% drop in the value of the pound, and Brit-centric ski resorts could have a problem this year.
"Better to remain reticent and have people think one is an idiot, than to open ones mouth and remove all doubt"

Topic last updated on 20-September-2016 at 19:25

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