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Save on your holiday next season

US mountain resort operator Vail Resorts has teamed up with the Swiss resort of Verbier for a second season to offer skiers and snowboarders five free days of slopetime in Verbier when you buy a Vail Resorts Epic Pass.

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The Epic Pass costs $689, is valid for the entire 2013/14 season and is well worth it if you plan to ski in one of the eight Vail Resorts, including Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood and Arapahoe Basin. For example a five-day lift pass for Vail costs $645 if you buy it when you arrive in resort so buying an Epic Pass would see you save money in six days with the added bonus of free skiing in Verbier.

This is also reciprocated for Verbier season pass holders who can enjoy five days free skiing in any of the eight Vail Resorts.

If you want to get the best price on a pass you need to act fast as there is a special offer currently running. Put down a $49 deposit for your EpicPass before 14 April 2013 and secure the cheapest price for 2013/14 – the remainder of the balance is due in September 2013.

For holiday packages to Vail or Verbier it’s worth checking out the following offers too:

Save up to 33 per cent off accommodation at Vail’s premier properties, when you stay six nights or more and book before October 31, 2013. This deal is available exclusively to Vail Resorts’ international guests when booked through Vail Resorts’ preferred travel partners in your local area, listed at www.snowusa.com.

Take advantage of your five free days of skiing and riding at Verbier with the EpicPass. Fly London Heathrow to Geneva on SWISS, with Swiss Rail transfers and seven nights’ B&B accommodation in Verbier, Switzerland, from just £785 per person, based on twin share. Contact Ski Independence for more information and to purchase with your EpicPass.

For more information on the EpicPass visit www.epicpass.com

March 19th 2013 at 2.58pm

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