Peace of mind
Confidence on the slopes
Spot, the official insurance partner of Ikon Pass, is offering injury insurance coverage and pass protection for the 22/23 season.
Spot Injury Insurance Coverage
If you get hurt while using your pass, Spot’s policy will pay up to $25,000 of your out-of-pocket medical bills, with $0 deductible. Spot’s policy costs $64 for the entire season or $6.50 for daily coverage.
How Injury Insurance Works
If you get injured, whatever your physician recommends as treatment should be covered. Once you get your first bill, you can file a claim by taking pictures of your bill(s) as you receive them and providing a few details about your accident. After you file a claim, a personal claims advocate will help you determine the best plan for your medical and financial situation.
Spot Pass Protection
Get reimbursed if you can’t use your pass for a covered reason, like injury or sickness.
Who is covered?
Pass holders who selected Spot Pass Protection at checkout. This is an optional benefit available for pass holders.
For full details on how pass protection reimbursement works click here.
What is covered?
Pass cancellation for unforeseen events, including:
You or a family member's death, sickness, or injury.
Your primary place of residence is made uninhabitable due to a natural disaster, vandalism, or burglary.
Your transfer of employment of 100 miles or more by the employer with which requires your principal residence to be relocated.
Revocation of your previously granted military leave or re-assignment. Official written notice of the revocation or re-assignment by a supervisor or commanding officer of the appropriate branch of service will be required.
You are involuntarily terminated or laid off from your employment. The termination notice must occur at least thirty (30) days after your cancellation effective date. You must have been an active employee with the same employer for at least one (1) continuous year. This provision is not applicable to temporary or seasonal employment, independent contractors, freelancer, or self-employed persons.