MyPass Ski Rates
Find out how rates are applied with MyPass Ski
How are rates calculated with MyPass Ski?
MyPass records all accesses to the gates during a single ski day, and based on the time spent on the slopes, the most advantageous rate among those agreed with the reference ski resort is automatically detected. The corresponding rate will then be charged, at the end of the day, directly to the credit/prepaid card associated with the profile, without any surcharge.
The elapsed time count is calculated on the interval between the time of the first entry and the time of the last access to the facilities in the day. Depending on the elapsed time, MyPass will charge the cheapest rate among those agreed with the ski resorts.
We strongly recommend checking the rules and rates of the ski resorts in which you will be skiing by clicking here.
Here is a list of the types of Skipasses provided by the ski resorts and how MyPass calculates the rates:
If an adult, over the course of a day, takes 2 lifts at a cost of €8* per lift, he/she will be charged €16* at the end of the day.
If, on the other hand, he/she, again in the course of a day, takes 8 lifts at a cost of €8* per lift, (and there is a day pass at a price of €60*) the MyPass system will charge the cost of the day pass since it is cheaper.
Please note: Single ride rates are not available for all ski areas and all facilities.
*Prices shown are NOT list prices, but for illustrative purposes only.
Some ski areas also charge for half days (Morning/Afternoon). If you access the gates exclusively before or after a certain time, you will be charged half a day. If you ski straddling this time, you will be charged for the daily Skipass.
Example: the Livigno ski area provides Morning Skipass until 13:00 and Afternoon Skipass starting at 12:30.
If you finish skiing before 13:00, or start after 12:30, you will be charged for the Morning/Afternoon Skipass; however, if you ski in between these times, you will be charged for the Daily Skipass.
Thus, if you start skiing at 9:00 and make your last turnstile access at 12:45, you will be charged the Early Morning rate. If, on the other hand, your last access results at 13:05, you will be charged the Daily rate.
The same thing happens with the pomeranian for those who make their first access to the turnstiles before/after the indicated afternoon times.
Please note: exceeded the maximum number of hours under the hourly rate, the daily rate will be charged.
If you ski within the Campiglio SkiArea or Skiarea Bormio, you may be charged per diem rates that are cheaper than the individual ski area rates, here’s why
The charging of consecutive days fares also takes place on a daily basis. We calculate what has been paid previously and charge the difference between what has already been paid and the cost of the appropriate multi-day ticket.
An adult skis for 3 consecutive days at the Paganella ski area in high season.
Day 1: Skiing all day he/she will pay the cost corresponding to a day pass, totaling €50.
Day 2: Skiing the whole day again the following day. Since two consecutive days are priced at €99, you will be charged the difference between the cost of the two consecutive days and what you already spent the day before, for a total of €49 (99 – 50).
Day 3: The third day still skis for the whole day.
Since 3 consecutive days are priced at €149, the difference between the cost of the three consecutive days and what was already paid on the previous days will be charged, for a total of €50 (149 – 99).
Rates are not the same for all ski areas
Select on this page the ski area in which you are going to ski to check what rates include
In applying the tariffs, the districts have provided a tolerance period in the transition between hours of 1 minute.
Once the one-minute tolerance period has passed, the system will automatically apply the next tariff.
Why did I pay the SkiArea rate instead of the ski resort rate?
This happen when switching from one turnstile/plant in a given ski resort to another within the same SkiArea.
If a skier starts at a turnstile in Madonna di Campiglio and, during the day, switches to a facility in Folgarida-Marilleva, the day’s skiing will be considered within the entire SkiArea; therefore, the Campiglio SkiArea daily rate will be charged. This is because both the Campiglio SkiArea and the Bormio SkiArea do not have hourly rates.
In addition, the MyPass system will automatically calculate which rate suits the customer best.
It often happens that if one of our users only skis in Campiglio for 3 or more days, he/she is charged the SkiArea rate from the third day, but why does this happen?
Since an area such as Madonna di Campiglio does not have rates that provide more than 2 consecutive days of skiing, it is worthwhile from the third day to switch to SkiArea rates (which provide up to 14 consecutive days).
An adult skis for 3 consecutive days at the Madonna di Campiglio ski resort in low season.
Day 1: Skiing all day he/she will pay the cost corresponding to a daily Skipass, for a total of €60*.
Day 2: On the second consecutive day ski again for the entire day. Since two consecutive days are priced at €115*, you will be charged the difference between the cost of the two consecutive days and what you already spent the day before, for a total of €55 (115* – 60*).
Day 3: The third consecutive day still skis for the entire day.
Since Madonna di Campiglio does not provide for more than 2 consecutive days, you would normally revert to paying the first day’s rate, going to pay €60* again.
MyPass, instead of reverting to the initial rate, applies the third consecutive day SkiArea price, as it is cheaper.
The customer will be charged €55:
170* (Cost of the 3 consecutive SkiArea days) – 115* (What was spent on the first two days).
*Prices shown are NOT list prices, but prices for illustrative purposes.
What is the Sunday Rule?
The Sunday Rule provides a surcharge on 2 to 6-day ski passes containing ONE SUNDAY, € 10.00 for the Adult category, € 7.00 for the Junior category and € 5.00 for the Child (unaccompanied) category will be added to the price.
Which of your ski resorts provide a Skiarea?
- Campiglio SkiArea: Madonna di Campiglio, Folgarida-Marilleva, Pinzolo and Pejo.
The minimum rate for the Campiglio SkiArea is 1 day, up to 14 consecutive days. There is no hourly rate, unlike most individual ski areas.
- Bormio Skiarea: Bormio, Santa Caterina and Cima Piazzi – San Colombano
The minimum rate for the Campiglio SkiArea is 2 day, up to 14 consecutive days. There is no hourly rate, unlike most individual ski areas.
One or more Baby will come skiing with me, will they also pay?
It depends on where you are going to ski, as each ski area has different rules for getting free rates on babies.
Only two rules are shared in all ski areas:
- Baby must be 0 to 8 years old
- Adults and babies must use MyPass Ski card.
For more information, see the page of the area in which you are going to ski by clicking here.