Sunshine Super Card


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Ski & Ride the best of Alberta


Ski and Ride this winter at Banff Sunshine Village, Marmot Basin Jasper, Winsport, Snow Valley and Rabbit Hill 

Enjoy 4 FREE ski days, and savings all season long on lift tickets.

With your Sunshine Super Card, you can save up to $25 daily at five Alberta resorts.

How It Works

$99 + GST until December 22. Buy early and save!

Receive FREE skiing or riding on 1st, 4th and 7th visit at either Banff’s Sunshine Village or Jasper’s Marmot basin only.

$25 off Midweek and $15 off Weekends on regular priced adult, youth and senior lift tickets. Discount is inclusive of GST.

BONUS FREE day at either Winsport, Snow Valley or Rabbit Hill and 50% off additional ski/riding visits at Winsport, Snow Valley or Rabbit Hill.

Receive special savings with participating hotels and restaurants.

FREE direct to lift upgrade which allows cardholders to directly skip ticket lines and head straight to the lift.

Receive $15 off regular priced tickets on December 25 to 29, 2017; January 1, 2018; February 16 & 19, 2018; March 26 to 30, 2018; April 2 2018; May 21, 2018.

All other days receive $25 off regular priced tickets.

Bought your Sunshine Super Card at a store?

Register it online today.

Upgrade your Sunshine Super Card, and go direct to lift.

Don't waste any time, skip the ticket line and go straight to Canada's Best Snow! Simply register for a FREE direct-to-lift upgrade at Guest Services on your first visit to the mountain or stop by Snow Central in Calgary to do the same.

You'll enjoy mountains of savings and deals.

Sunshine Super Card holders save big on retail, food, lessons and accommodation at our resort.

With your Sunshine Super Card, you'll save up to 15% off of the best available room rate at Sunshine Mountain Lodge, 10% off single day Kids Kampus and single day adult workshops only, 10% off gear tune ups, and 10% off at the Creekside Grill.


See how far your dollar goes! How many loonies will a dollar get you?