WHISTLER (NEWS 1130) — If you are among the many passholders calling for Vail Resorts to offer a refund after Whistler closed early, you’re in luck.
After a flurry of complaints, Vail Resorts has agreed to offer passholders a partial credit.
Skiers and snowboarders will see between 20 and 80 percent of the cost of a 2019-2020 pass back after Whistler closed in mid-March.
Only those who didn’t use their pass at all will receive the full credit, which is valid until Labour Day.
With no guarantee of a 2020 winter season, Vail is also launching free passholders’ insurance.
That allows you to ask for a refund if you lose your job, are injured, or COVID-19 keeps the hill closed.