Due to extensive storm conditions, Mountain Biking will be closed this weekend. The Legend and Quarry Golf Course are open. Please see Benji’s Blog for more details.

RFID Guide

Step One: Online Ticket Purchase

Online Convenience

To streamline your ticketing experience the first step is to purchase your tickets online. This not only offers convenience but also presents an opportunity to save money with advance purchases.

Save Money

By purchasing your tickets online, you not only benefit from cost savings but also contribute to a smoother event experience through RFID integration. This innovative process marks the beginning of your journey towards an enjoyable and hassle-free event participation.


Lift Tickets

Step Two: Your RFID Card

First Timers

Upon arrival at Giants Ridge, please proceed to the Ticketing Counter. If you've purchased your tickets online, simply inform the staff that you're there to pick up your RFID card. If you haven't purchased your tickets yet, you can do so at the counter and complete any necessary waivers.

Returning Guests

Avoid ticket lines, for returning guests of Giants Ridge, reloading your RFID card is a breeze. Just purchase your tickets online simply by access your existing account, and effortlessly reload your card for another round of Giant Memories.

Waivers

If you've purchased online before arriving at Giants Ridge, please ensure that your waivers are filled out beforehand. This will expedite your check-in process and ensure a smooth experience upon arrival.


Lift Tickets

First Time This Season?

Ticketing Opens at 8AM

If you have purchased your tickets for the first time this season, you will still need to visit the ticketing office to pick up your RFID card. Be sure your waivers are signed prior you arrival.

Our ticketing offices are open by 8am, an hour before the lifts are spinning. Get in early, and be on the lift for a FULL day of skiing

Lift Tickets

First Timer's Guide

Online Ticketing Guide

RFID Gate Video

RFID-FAQ

What is RFID?

RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification Device and consists of a small circuit integrated into your Season Pass or day ticket. When you pass through the lift line, this circuit will register and open an access gate automatically for hands-free and streamlined lift access.

Will my picture be on my card?

No, but we will still need to take a picture each year to update your guest profile in our system.

Will I be issued a card at Winter Warm-Up?

No, cards will be available to pick up Late November.

Can our cards be mailed to us?

No, cards will only be available onsite.

Will I have to scan the card each time going up the chairlift?

Yes, the gates will scan the card automatically as long as you are close. Watch for a video coming this fall regarding the process.

How does it work?

Watch the video below to see the whole process!

Where should I keep my card?

It is recommended to keep your card in a secure, left-handed zipped pocket on its own; the card must be kept separate from cell phones, bank cards, keys, or any aluminum products like foil gum packaging. Do not have more than one RFID card on you at a time, including from other resorts. Most Modern ski/snowboard jackets have built-in RFID pockets located on the lower left sleeve, which is ideal to keep your RFID card separate from other object.

 

Another option is to keep it in your left glove!

What happens if I lose my RFID card?

You can come to the Guest Services desk to declare your pass “lost”, the staff will deactivate the card and you will be issued a new card (replacement fee will be applied).

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