Discount Killington Lift Tickets

Discounts for Ski Lift Tickets for Killington Mountain in Vermont for the 2019/2020 Ski Season

Skiing and snow boarding in Vermont can be an expensive pastime, but Killington VT has a few discount options that mean skiers and snowboarders can get onto the mountain for much less than the ticket window price . For the 2019/2020 ski season, Killington has ticket prices that all over the map, but at least they have now streamlined their ticket operations at the mountain by only allowing RFID cards as the single permitted ticket method. Now, all lift tickets at Killington must be loaded onto a reloadable RFID card and that card is now available for purchase at just $5 each. Killington states that the pass is not transferable, but ebay is often littered with such transactions.

For the regular skier, there are some good ways to get discounts on Killington lift tickets that include express cards, named-day e-tickets, corporate discounts, season passes, discount cards, K Tickets, warehouse club discounts and multiple day discounts. Listed below are some great ways to buy discount Killington tickets, often as low as just $87. The dreaded blackout periods do not apply unless we state them specifically.

Killington Ticket Window
Killington Ticket Window

Killington Ticket Window Ticket Prices:

2019/2020 Full Day Prices:
Non-Peak Tickets: $125 – Peak Day Tickets: $130

2019/2020 Half Day Prices:
Non-Peak Tickets: $113 – Peak Day Tickets: $127

Last Years Prices:
2018/2019 Non-Peak Tickets: $95 – Peak Day Tickets: $126

This Years Definition of “Peak Days” and “Half Day” Tickets:
The peak days in the 2019/2020 ski season are November 28-December 1, 2019; December 21, 2019-January 1, 2020; January 18-20, 2020 and February 15-23, 2020. This year they are not counting weekends as peak day (unless it falls in the date range above), which is a change from previous years policies. The new half day ticket begins at midday 12:00pm, but is not much of a saving.

This Years Ticket Changes at Killington:
For the 2019/2020 ski season, Killington has ditched the lower midweek pricing at the ticket window and now has just one price for all non-peak days. This means that skiing midweek will be very quiet. The new price for non-peak days is $125. The peak-day pricing is now $130, which is applicable for all peak-time holidays EG Presidents Week. What is also new this year is the half-day ticket, which is priced at $113 and $127 respectively, which starts at 12:00 pm daily and runs till the end of the day. In the 2018/2019 ski season the price for midweek was set at $95 and weekend and peak-day pricing was $126, so there are significant price increases this year.

The prices above are the regular prices for Killington lift tickets at the ticket window and are available on any day at any time – but this is the highest price you can pay for lift tickets at Killington. Buying multiple consecutive days in a single transaction will discount the daily ticket window price by 20%. Cheaper ticket choices are also available below.

Killington lift tickets

Killington Website E-Ticket Lift Ticket Prices:

2019/2020 Prices
Non-Peak: $104 Holiday/Peak: $120

Last Years Prices
2018/2019 Non-Peak: $95 Holiday/Peak: $118

E-Tickets sold on the Killington website are different to the ones sold at the ticket windows as the online lift tickets are “in advance and named day only” lift tickets. If you do not use them on the day you specified you will lose them, so they are priced lower than regular ticket window lift tickets as many people do not turn up and do not use these lift tickets for one reason or another. When they go to waste, Killington gets to keep all the money. You have to order these lift tickets at least 24 hours in advance on the Killington Website, but if you call Killington Central Reservations their office is open till 5PM at 800 621 6867 and they can sell them to you for the following day provided you call before they close. Buying multiple consecutive days will also further discount the online price by 15%, so it can bring the price down further.

costco wholesale

Killington Lift Tickets at Costco Prices:

Killington lift ticket ticket discounts at Costco for 2020 ski season

2019/2020 Prices
Anyday Ticket Price $259.99 For 3 Tickets – Includes 3 single use RFID card. This is $87 per ticket.

Last Years Prices:
2018/2019 Price $89 Each Which Includes a single use RFID card

This years winner for the lowest priced Killington lift ticket is sold at Costco as an “any day” ticket, which means that you can use them on any day during the current ski season and there are no blackouts. You must be a member of Costco to buy these lift tickets and you must buy the offer in units of three days each time, so the total cost for three unit days of skiing is $260. If you don’t use all three days in the ski season then you will lose any credit remaining and the deal is then definitely no longer a good bargain as there is an unused credit which destroys the value of this offer. Smart shoppers know it makes most sense to use this lift ticket on weekends, holidays and at other peak times, to gain the maximum discount, but it is still a bargain at any time. You can use each day separately as they are on their own cards. Costco members can purchase this deal in person at a store or online at the Costco website but online buyers will need to wait for the RFID card to be delivered to their home address. No other warehouse clubs are selling Killington lift tickets this year and this is the bargain that most people will flock to. There are no Costco stores close to Killington, which is why Killington loves Costco.

Corporate Offers Killington Lift Tickets

Corporate Discount Lift Tickets Prices:

Killington Lift Ticket:
2019/2020 No discount offer this year

Last Years Prices:
2018/2019 Price $80 – Included single use RFID card

The corporate employee discount programs won the prize for having the lowest priced Killington lift ticket for the 2018/2019 ski season, but the offer could only be found at employee perks/benefit websites like ‘Corporate Offers’, ‘Plum Benefits’ or “Tickets at Work”. This year they do not have an offer for Killington. The lift ticket price included all fees and taxes and even included a free RFID card (valued at $5). The buyer only needed to redeem the transaction number for an RFID card at any Killington ticket window. You must strictly be an employee of an approved organization to be able to get access to these employee perks site, but you can buy tickets just one at a time if you want to. Killington has been known to end this program if sales become too popular as this offer is this again this years lowest priced full Killington lift ticket. Obviously these lift tickets had the most value when used for peak times, but they are still considerably cheaper than the off-peak counterparts. This discount lift ticket offer was available at but there is no offer this year.

Vermont Travel Club Killington Lift Tickets

Ski Club Discount Cards Ticket Prices:

2019/2020 Price $110 per day lift ticket

Last Years Prices:
2018/2019 Price $100 per day lift ticket

Membership Discount cards are sold for about $50 from various ski clubs including the Vermont Travel Club and they entitle the bearer to get a 50% discount on Killington midweek lift tickets and 25% on weekend/holiday tickets, bringing those days down to just over $100 per day. The cards can also be used at other mountains, but the discount will be different at each one and you have to factor in the cost of the card before you see any real discount, so any regular skiers who ski different mountains should use this card.

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Killington Express Card Ticket Prices:

2019/2020 Price $110 per day lift ticket

Last Years Prices:
2018/2019 Price $100 per day lift ticket

Similar to the Vermont Ski Club Card, this discount card is sold for $99 and entitles the bearer to get a 50% discount on midweek lift tickets and 25% on weekend/holiday tickets. It only works if you ski four or more days in a season. This brings lift ticket prices down to $100 per day, but the Express card has the advantage that you can do directly to the lift and avoid the ticket window, so it may be worth the additional $50. If you ski six days they give you a seventh day free, which results in an overall 16% discount, bringing down the daily price to $84, but you must ski multiples of 7 days to keep this price otherwise any deviation ruins the math and your effective price will now $100 per day. You also have to factor the cost of this card into the saving equation, so if you only ski seven days this season, the lift tickets effectively cost $108 each. Killington bills the Express Cards every day of use and processes them similarly to a season pass, except the Express card is backed by a credit card, which is charged each day you ski or ride at the discounted lift ticket rate. Visit the Killington Express Card or call (802) 422-3333 for more details

Killington Season Passes 2019/2020:

2019/2020 Full Season Pass Price: $1249

Last Years Prices:
2018/2019 Price was $1210 for the whole ski season

The Killington full season pass is now $1249 and allows the bearer to ski every day of the season with no blackouts and is available at the Killington Season Pass website. This is perfect for individuals who anticipate skiing more than twenty times at Killington in a single season.


Killington Lift Tickets on Liftopia

No discount tickets this year

Killington is not offering any lift tickets on Liftopia this year and the official Killington website is probably doing a much better job of what Liftopia does on their own website, which was providing ‘named day tickets’ at a discount

Social Media and Daily Deal Websites

Daily Deals Websites

No discount tickets this year

There are currently no daily deals for Killington ski lift tickets on Groupon, Living Social. GILT, Facebook or Instagram.

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