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Stefan Meierhans, dynamic pricing systems of the ski resorts – view | KXan 36 Daily News

Stefan Meierhans, dynamic pricing systems of the ski resorts – view | KXan 36 Daily News

No question about it, dynamic Pricing schemes are an innovation that have the potential to be a win for all – namely, snow sports enthusiasts and mountain Railways be – to. But, as so often in life, a beginning without stumbling blocks is rare. Complaints of frustrated customers have a go at me again and […]

Zermatt and the dynamic ski pass pricing system [Video] | SWI

Zermatt and the dynamic ski pass pricing system [Video] | SWI

Ski season is underway and many ski resorts are now offering a flexible ski pass pricing system. This is the case in Zermatt, where ski passes can be bought in advance with discounts of up to 25%. Unfair or smart thinking? And does this system have a future? (SRF/swissinfo.ch) Read complete article here: Zermatt and […]

Swiss resorts offer discount ski passes in bad weather | The Local

Swiss resorts offer discount ski passes in bad weather | The Local

Two Swiss ski resorts have become the first in Europe to offer reductions on day lift passes if the weather is bad. Pizol in the canton of St Gallen and Belalp in the Valais have teamed up with St Gallen University of Applied Sciences (FHS) and meteorologists SRF Meteo to offer a weather-dependent dynamic pricing […]

Pricing News Daily > 2/27/15

Pricing News Daily > 2/27/15

Pricing News Daily is a digest of top pricing strategy in the news, strategy expert and technology leader’s thought leadership, industry news and events, and resources for pricing professionals. This Edition is brought to you by: Value Innoruption Advisors Founded by Dr. Stephan Liozu, Value Innoruption Advisors provides training and consulting resources for organizations interested in […]

Ski Resorts Experiment With Dynamic Pricing | Bloomberg Business

Ski Resorts Experiment With Dynamic Pricing | Bloomberg Business

(Bloomberg) — On a January Saturday in Utah’s Wasatch mountains, a chairlift whisked Stephen Percassi, an engineer from upstate New York, toward the top of Alta Ski Area. In his pocket was his lift ticket, which would’ve cost $84 that day. Instead, weeks earlier, he’d scored it online for $69. Percassi’s discount was enabled by […]