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Frequently Asked Questions

Tickets & Passes

New for 2020/21 Season

What is Bridger Bowl’s 2020/21 refund policy?

As part of Bridger Bowl’s Covid-19 Commitment, season passes may be cancelled at any time, for any reason, prior to November 20, 2020. A refund minus a $20 processing fee will be credited back to the card used to purchase the pass.

After November 20, 2020, all season pass and lift ticket products are non-refundable.

What is RFID?

RFID, or Radio Frequency Identification, is a technology that encodes digital data and enables RFID-equipped cardholders hands-free access to lifts, reloading and reuse capabilities.

All frequency cards formerly called the “BBC” or “Bridger Bowl Card” are invalid and not RFID.

How do I log into my bridgerbowl.com account?

Bridger Bowl is using new software, therefore your old account is inactive and you will not be able to recover the password associated with it. Please create a new user account when prompted.

Do I need a new pass photo for my Season Pass?

Yes, this year everyone must upload a new photo when purchasing a Season Pass. Please follow all requirements for pass photos. However, your photo will not appear on the new RFID-equipped Bridger Bowl Card. It will be stored in your User Account and viewable to staff such as Lift Operators scanning your pass.

Can I have my account photo taken at Bridger Bowl?

Yes, once opened for the season in the Season Pass Office in Saddlepeak Lodge

Can I pay for my Season Pass with cash or a check?

Not at this time. All Season Pass sales are through the website and require a credit or debit card for purchase.

When can I buy Ten Time and Frequency Cards?

Ten Time and Frequency cards are no longer available. Now available are Any Day Packs of 3, 4, and 5 days.

Can I pick up my Season Pass at Bridger Bowl?

Due to COVID-19, all Season Passes will be shipped free of charge. If you did not receive your pass, stop by the ticket window on your first day of skiing

When can I purchase Lift Tickets?

This season all Lift Tickets require reservations. Reservations will be made available at 2:00pm, 4 days in advance.

General FAQ

Is there an MSU student discount?

To be fair to everyone in the community, all pass and ticket products are age based. There are no other discounts.

Do I need to sign any agreements or risk forms for my Season Pass?

Yes, all 2020/21 Season Passes will require a Season Pass Agreement/Notification of Risks signed at time of purchase. Passholders age 17 and younger must have the forms signed by a parent or legal guardian.

When do discounted Season Pass sales end?

Discounted pass sales end OCTOBER 15, 2020. Starting October 16, 2020 passes are sold at the regular price for the remainder of the season or until circumstances allow.

What is the age cut-off date for the different Season Passes?

Before October 15, pass type is determined by the passholder's age on October 15. After October 15, pass type is determined by the passholder's age on the date of purchase.

Is there a Season Pass Family Discount?

Yes, with the online purchase of an Adult Season Pass, a family receives a $120 discount for every Junior Season Pass and $60 for every Child Season Pass. An additional $50 discount is applied to the second Adult Season Pass (with the qualifying Adult and Junior and/or Child passes purchased). All passes must be purchased in the same order. Discounts are applied directly at time of purchase. Family Discounts expire October 15, 2020 and are valid for parents or legal guardians of their children only.

Lessons

What should I wear?

That will depend on the day’s weather. Dress in layers, you can always remove extra clothing if you are too warm. New synthetic base layers will keep you warm and dry. Top with a turtle neck, polarfleece sweater, parka, ski or snowboard pants, hat, goggles or sunglasses, mittens or gloves, a pair of ski socks and sunscreen!

Helmets are available for rent. Mittens are warmer than gloves and should be waterproof. A trick the pro’s use to keep their feet warm is to change into a second, dry pair of ski socks at lunch.

What should I bring?

Extra clothing, purses, backpacks, street shoes can be stored in the Shoe & Bag Check in the Jim Bridger Lodge. Cafeteria style food is available in each base lodge and sit down dining at Jimmy B’s in Bridger Lodge.

If you forget an item, the Ski Shop carries ski socks, sunglasses, goggles, hats & gloves, sunscreen, lip balm and other accessories that are sometimes necessities.

What time should I arrive at the ski area for my lesson?

We suggest arriving about one hour before the lesson time, especially if you will be renting equipment and over the holidays. Be at the lesson meeting place 15 minutes prior to the lesson start time.

Where should I go first?

Come directly to the Snowsports counter on the 2 nd floor of Saddle Peak Lodge. Our friendly and attentive staff will set you up with lift tickets, lesson tickets, and rentals.

Where do lessons meet?

Group and Private Lessons meet at the Snowsports Meeting Place banner on the mountain side of the Saddle Peak Lodge. Lessons meet 15 minutes prior to the start time. Most Youth and Adult Multi-Week programs meet nearby. Please have your lesson ticket in hand and your equipment on.