Okemo and Mt. Sunapee Bulk Ticket Program 2017-2018

Please note: Okemo tickets cannot be used at Mt. Sunapee. If you wish to ski at that resort, please order bulk tickets for Mt. Sunapee on your order form. Please review the policy and usage of the RFID cards noted below.

Here are the important things for you and you club members to know:

Carry ONLY ONE TICKET in your pocket/wallet/jacket when you ski. If you carry more than one, ALL of the tickets will be scanned and thereby INVALIDATED when you try to use them another day. In addition, no other RFID cards from other resorts may be carried concurrently.   All skiers will be scanned at lift entry, and skier ID and photo stored in the scanner. At the end of the ski day, TEAR UP AND THROW OUT THE USED TICKET. Provided access cards are single use only and may not be reloaded.

Okemo and Mt. Sunapee will continue to accept a 20% return at the end of the season. However, both Okemo and Mt. Sunapee will deduct $1 for every ticket returned from the credit due for the next ski season. Therefore, you must order carefully – DO NOT over-order. Okemo was very generous with the returns for last season giving us full credit for all tickets received.   However, the $1 credit for each ticket returned was deducted from the total credit.

Tickets have an ID number. IT IS MANDATORY THAT EACH BULK TICKET COORDINATOR FOR EVERY CLUB RECORD THE ID NUMBER AND THE CLUB MEMBER’S NAME. If there are any problems or abuses of the program, Okemo, Mt. Sunapee and the CSC can directly trace it back to the club member. If this is NOT done and there are problems, the entire club’s tickets can be invalidated at the discretion of Okemo and Mt. Sunapee. These tickets CANNOT be used by anyone other than the individual club member. They cannot be sold, given away to friends, or used as perks in club lodges or private homes. Tickets are a member-only privilege.

Credits from the return of last season’s vouchers will be applied to the purchase of this season’s tickets, as always. You will place your Okemo and Mt. Sunapee order just as you have done in the past. The only difference for the user is that they are LIVE tickets, scanned at lift entry, and that every unused ticket returned will be charged $1 per ticket toward the credit for next season.

As more ski resorts are moving to the RFID card system for skiers and boarders, we will continue to update the membership of the changes. Sugarbush is going to an RFID card system (Sugar xpress Card) however they plan to use a card that can be reloaded. For this season, Sugarbush will supply vouchers that must be taken to the ticket window with a club card and photo ID. Member will exchange the voucher for a Sugar xpress Card and will be validated as the skier enters the resort. For the first visit, there will be a $5 charge for the use of the card for the season. Thereafter the member will bring the voucher, club card and ID and the Sugar xpress Card to the ticket window and the card will be validated for a day of skiing or boarding. This card may also be used for Sugarbush awareness days. Take your Sugar xpress Card to the ticket window with club card and ID, pay the fee and the card will be validated for the day. If you lose the card, you will have to buy a new Sugar express Card for the additional $5 fee. Please give a copy of these policies to each member purchasing tickets.


Thank you for your cooperation. Have a great ski season!


Nancy Nolan (203-272-4681) and Ginny Ludwig

CSC Bulk Ticket Committee (Southern Tier)