Still having some trouble deciding on a pass for the season? This should help make it easy for you. Spread over six peaks (not including its neighboring resort of Pico Mountain), Vermont's Killington Resort offers skiers and riders some of the most diverse and expansive terrain in the east. 22 lifts, including two express gondolas, provide access to the most vertical in the state and with a jam-packed events calendar, both on the mountain and in the town below, there's always something to do. Best yet, their season pass includes some perks you won't find anywhere else. The catch, prices go up at the end of this week.

The Unlimited Pass is available through Oct. 11, 2012 at the following discounted prices: Adults $1199; Youth $829; Senior $829; Child $39. Not only does this pass offer unlimited access to both Killington Resort and Pico Mountain through the 2012/13 ski and ride season, but it'll save you a cool 15 percent on all food and beverage purchases. Just think of all of the hot chocolate and french fries you can throw back for cheap.

Like tubing? For just 39 bucks more you can add the Tubing Park Season Pass Upgrade for unlimited lift-served tubing all season long.

Heading out west for a little ski vacation this season? Bring your Killington/Pico season pass to the ticket window and receive 20 percent off a 1-day lift ticket at Park City Mountain Resort in Utah, Mt. Bachelor in Oregon, Boreal and Soda Springs Winter Resort in California, Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort in Nevada and Copper Mountain Resort in Colorado. 

Not sure you can handle the commitment of unlimited access? Check out their Midweek Pass or the Blackout Pass, equipped with plenty of powder day perks.

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