Discounts on Val d’Isère ski passes
Jump down to see the following discounts available for the 2014-15 winter season:
Family Discount available all season
Early Season Discount
Christmas Week Discount
and the weeks of
11 January 2015
18 January 2015
25 January 2015
as well as
ESPACE KILLY SKI PASS
Val d’Isère’s lift passes cost less
than in any comparable resort. Even in incomparable Cairngorm you’d pay
almost the same! The hands-free electronic lift passes work beautifully,
with your lift pass remaining safely zipped into an inside pocket all
week. As well as the normal pass covering the whole Espace Killy,
including Tignes, there is a Val d’Isère-only pass, but it gives 50%
less skiing for a saving of only 5%.
Children under 5 ski free, as do
adults of 75 and over. All the little lifts at the foot of the
Solaise and La Daille slopes are free to everyone. This is ideal for
beginners, though they quickly progress to the higher slopes where they
require a pass.
Public Prices 2014-15 6 day prices
Adult (14–64 inclusive) 6 day
|Child (5–13 inclusive) 6 day
|Senior (65–74 inclusive) 6 day
13 day prices: Adults €481, Children and Senior €385
FAMILY DISCOUNT (available all season)
There is a Family
Pass is available throughout 2014-15 to families of four
or more. There needs
to be one parent or grandparent (who must be at least 14!). The other
three or more members must be his/her spouse and/or his/her/their
children or grandchildren. Children aged 5 to 17 inclusive count towards family, as do 18 to 21-year olds if they show a student card. Children
under 5 don’t count because their pass is free anyway. All those
purchasing the family pass must do so at the same time and for the same
number of days. These passes are bought on the YSE transfer bus and cannot be pre-booked.
As a guide, various 6-day permutations work out as
Two adults + two children under 14: €832
Two adults + three children under 14: €1,040
Two adults + one teen (14–17 OR student 18–21) + one child: €832
Two adults + two teens: €832
Two adults + three teens: €1,040
Two adults + two teens + one child: €1,040
Two adults + one teen + two children: €1,040
EARLY SEASON (7 and 14 December)
Everyone travelling out on 7 or 14 December will benefit from the flat rate price of £145 which includes Carré Neige.
These ski passes must be pre-paid to YSE in the UK and will be added automatically to your Confirmation and Invoice.
CHRISTMAS WEEK (21-29 December 2014)
We can offer a Christmas Special of £260 for one adult and one child pass, both including Carré Neige.
These ski passes must be pre-paid to YSE in the UK. Please notify us if you wish to purchase this dual pass - it will NOT be added automatically to your booking.
PRE-PAID PASSES for these dates ONLY:
11 January 2015 (ski pass for 12-17 January 2015)
18 January 2015 (ski pass for 19-24 January 2015)
25 January 2015 (ski pass for 26-31 January 2015)
There is just one flat
rate for all pre-paid ski passes for the above weeks of £180 which
includes Carré Neige.
These ski passes must be pre-paid to YSE and will be added automatically to your Confirmation and Invoice. If you don't require a ski pass, or don't want to purchase one in advance at this special rate, please let us know.
Ski passes will be delivered to your chalet on
the first morning of your holiday before you go skiing. Please note
that only these discounted ski passes can be paid for in advance - Early
Season, Christmas Week and the three special promotional weeks. All
other ski passes are paid for on the YSE transfer coaches - go to the
top of the page for details.
Any special offers mentioned above are only available to those who have purchased YSE holidays!
By logging on to www.valdiserepass.com
and paying a fee of €10 you can get about €11 off (5%). You’d then get a
further €45 off next year if you spent more than €800 this year. It
seems to be aimed at big families who visit Val d’Isère twice per season
Nowadays we thoroughly recommend that you take out the Carré Neige
insurance even though you already have travel insurance. All of the
pre-paid ski passes mentioned above include Carré Neige and it will be available for purchase with all other ski passes organised on the transfer coaches.
The reason for this is that the Val d'Isère mountain rescue service
has had numerous problems extracting payment from British insurance
companies, and now treats all British people as uninsured if they cannot
show the approved French Carte Neige or Carré Neige cover. However well
insured you may be, you will be brought down in a sledge if you are
injured, while those with French insurance will get a free helicopter
ride! This does not apply to life-threatening injuries, where everyone
is treated the same, nor to short journeys with minor injuries, when a
helicopter is unlikely to be called. Less than 1% of skiers get injured
nowadays, but those who do are very glad if they have taken Carré Neige.