Snag Your 2011-2012 Season Pass Today!

While we’re keeping things rolling and playing in the powder for an extended season here at Moonlight, it’s never too early to start thinking about your 2011-12 season pass.  Actually, it’s the perfect time because all 2011-12 season passes purchased will be valid for the remainder of the 2010-11 season – including those bonus weekends! Receive a $50 renewal bonus if you are a current season pass holder.

NEW this year – Pay in Two Plan!
Purchase any 2011-12 season pass with only $250 down. Pay only $250 now, ski the rest of the season, and pay the remaining balance before September 1.  It’s a win-win situation!


Please note, we are unable to process Pay in 2 season passes online at this time.  To purchase your Pay in 2 season pass, you may:

  • Stop by the Season Pass Office at the Madison Village Base Area; open seven days a week from 8:30am to 4:30pm through April 10
  • Download your application and mail your completed application and payment to Moonlight Basin, attn: Season Pass Office, PO Box 160040, Big Sky, MT 59716
  • Fax your completed application with credit card information to (406) 993-6606.

From April 11th  thru the 30th…The Season Pass office will be open from 9am – 3pm Monday & Thursday and from 8:30am – 4:30pm Friday thru Sunday; the office will be closed on Tuesday & Wednesday.

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2 Responses to “Snag Your 2011-2012 Season Pass Today!”
  1. T-shirts are free for all pass purchases while supplies last! T-shirts can be picked up from the season pass office at Madison Village Base Area. The Pay in Two option is available on all pass products until April 30. To get your $50 renewal bonus, you must renew for the 2011-12 season AND pay in full (pass holders who renew and opt for the payment plan are not eligible for the $50 bonus).

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