Sugarbush Resort is expanding the discounts it currently offers to the U.S. Military to include U.S. Military Retirees this year.
WARREN – For several years, Sugarbush has offered discounted season passes and day tickets for Active-Duty Military with no deployment orders. Going forward, these same discounts will be offered to U.S. Military Retirees who carry a DD Form 2—a United States Uniformed Services identification card. With the discount, U.S. Retired Military members can purchase All-Mountain day tickets for $49, and All-Mountain season passes for $499.
Sugarbush also offers Active Duty Military members deployed in a combat zone, and deployed Vermont Air National Guard members–as well as their spouses and dependents–free All-Mountain season passes. Additionally, for the last four years, the resort has partnered with the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program to host post-9/11 service members, veterans and their families for a free day of skiing and riding. This year’s event occurred on Sunday, January 11th and hosted approximately 100 participants.
“We recently became aware of this designation of Military Retirees who have served their country for twenty years or more, and realized that they certainly need to be included in the Military benefits we offer. These men and women have made incredible sacrifices for our country, and we want to honor their service with a special offer.” said Sugarbush President Win Smith.