What Is the Price of a Lift Pass?

Nov 14, 2019 No Comments by

At The Top Of Bunderitsa 2 Lift: Bansko Loves You

What is the price of a Bansko Lift Pass? That is the question we are asked the most at Bansko Blog in this pre season period. The answer is not known for the 2019/20 ski season as this goes to press, but the answer will be on the follow link as soon as the process are released:

Ski Lift Pass Prices for 2019/20 ski season

Buying your ski lift pass is easy. you can buy at the gondola lift cash desks or at one of the hotels such as Regnum, Zara, Guinness, Premier, Kempinski. You can pay with Debit/credit card or Bulgarian Leva cash. Euros are not accepted. There are ATMs everywhere along with cash desks.

Click here for our discounted transfers, ski and snowboard hire and private and group lessons.

When exchanging cash be sure to check the mid rate on xe.com. Always select local exchange rate on an ATM and be careful of fees on debit and credit cards. I recommend using Revolut, Starling, Monzo, N26, Transferwise, Halifax Clarity, Monese etc for ensuring you do not pay foreign exchange fees.


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Factoid: Did you know that over 5% of our clients get a free vehicle upgrade to a a luxury transfer (Mercedes S class, BMW 5 Series etc)? Not bad eh?


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