Some skiers and riders can't visit a resort often enough to get the full benefit from a season pass. Ski Santa Fe has an answer for that. The resort is offering two pass products aimed at skiers and riders who come to the mountain less than 11 days a year.

The new Millennium Pass and the PeakPlus Card offer discounted lift access at Ski Santa Fe and Sandia Peak on any day. Neither of the passes have blackout dates.

"The Millennium Pass is aimed skiers and riders who have the month of January off, such as students who are often on break between semesters. The PeakPlus Card is for skiers and riders who come more than three days, but less than 11 days a year," explains Candy de Joia, manager of skier services.

The Millennium Pass, a new pass this year, allows direct-to-lift access for the entire month of January, just like a regular season pass. Use of the pass on any day outside January allows a discount of $20 off an all-day all-mountain ticket at Ski Santa Fe and $25 off at Sandia Peak when presented at any ticket window. Millennium Passes purchased before Nov. 15 cost $169. The rate goes up after that date to $189.

The PeakPlus Card offers the $20 discount at Ski Santa Fe and the $25 off at Sandia Peak all season long with no restrictions. It applies to all ages and can be used at any ticket window. The card price is $49 if purchases before Nov. 15, and $59 after that date.

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