Ski Pass Prices In Bansko: Value?

Mar 05, 2009 2 Comments by

Bansko Nightlife - No Need For A Lift Pass!Well given that ski pass or lift prices in Bansko is a rather dry topic, I thought a Bansko podiom dancer might brighten up this post.

Bansko has received criticism for 70km of runs attracting a 50 leva (€25 approx) price per day lift pass. So here’s my take. It is too much. BUT I think visitors will be pleased as punch to pay this when more lifts open.

When will this be?

Who knows.

But I’m sure we’ll get more lifts in a year or two. Hopefully before I need glucosomine extra strength – just to walk out onto the gondola. Well here’s to more new lifts. And as the lift system is still new, it’s probably a fair deal.

Here are the prices until 5th April. They then go 10 leva per day cheaper from 5th April.

from 01.12.2008 to 23.12.2008, and from 05.01.2009 to 31.03.2009

Period Adults Children up to 12 years old
1 day 50,00 30,00
2 days 97,00 59,00
3 days 147,00 89,00
4 days 194,00 117,00
5 days 242,00 146,00
6 days 283,00 171,00
9 days 393,00 237,00
13 days 545,00 329,00
1/2 day after 12:30 pm 37,00 23,00
Gondola lift (both ways) 18,00 14,00
Season Ski Pass 760,00 560,00

from 01.04.2008 to 30.04.2009

Period Adults Children up to 12 years old
1 day 40,00 24,00
2 days 78,00 48,00
3 days 118,00 72,00
4 days 156,00 94,00
5 days 194,00 117,00
6 days 227,00 137,00
9 days 315,00 190,00
13 days 437,00 264,00
1/2 day after 12:30 pm 30,00 19,00
Gondola lift (both ways) 16,00 13,00
Season Ski Pass 760,00 560,00
Lifts

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2 Responses to “Ski Pass Prices In Bansko: Value?”

  1. Lance says:

    What do you think? – Will Ulen build more lifts soon?

  2. Jamie Fleming says:

    That girl is so hot in the photo. I wish I could get a girl like that!!!!

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