- RFID-Enabled | Reusable
Buy, Reload, Skip the Ticket Window
Loon is the first resort in North America to install dual-frequency RFID gates. This technology has been installed at key lifts across the resort. Using RFID technology, all winter and summer lift access products will be on a reloadable Go Card.
Once you have a Go Card, you’ll be able to reload it online and skip the ticket window for future visits. Gates will scan the Go Card from inside your pocket, allowing for direct-to-lift access.
Step 1: Purchase Your Ticket
Head to LoonMtn.com/tickets and click your desired ticket option. After purchasing online, you will receive a confirmation email containing your QR code. If you purchased multiple tickets, there will be one QR code per ticket.
Step 2: Pick Up Your GO Card
Don't already have a GO Card? When you arrive at Loon, head to any resort Pick Up Box (PUB), and scan your QR code in your confirmation email. Your GO Card will be dispensed to you. Place your GO Card in a jacket pocket, away from credit cards, cell phone, or other RFID-enabled tickets. Your chest or sleeve pocket tends to work best. Head to the lifts and carve it up.
Step 3: Reload Your GO Card
Want to come back and skip the ticket window? Log back in to LoonMtn.com/tickets and load/reload your GO Card for future visits.
If the front of your GO Card reads Temporary Customer, register your GO Card first. Select your date on the Ticket Calendar, create an account, and input the Reload Number located on the front of the GO Card. The number begins with "1OK..."
Pick Up Boxes (PUBs)
Step 1: Have a Ticket? Need a Ticket?
Previously purchased your ticket? Open your confirmation email.
Need to purchase a ticket? Skip the ticket line, and purchase using your mobile device.
Ikon Pass holder with a pass? Head directly to the lifts.
Step 2: Scan QR Code
Scan the QR code on your confirmation. There will be one code per ticket.
Step 3: Get Your GO Card
The PUB will dispense your GO Card to you. Place it in a secure pocket away from credit cards and your cell phone and hit the slopes.