According to the price list published at, the TATRY SUPER SKI discount pass is available to children under the age of 11 (Pass: Children up to 10 years old), youth over 11 and under 16 years of age (Pass: Junior 11 to 15 years) and seniors over 65 years of age (Pass: Senior from 65 years to 74 years and the Super Senior Pass from 75 years). The TATRY SUPER SKI Discount Passes are issued upon presenting a document confirming one’s age and enabling identification of the entitled person

A child under 120 cm tall may only receive a free TATRY SUPER SKI Pass if an adult taking care of such a child buys a TATRY SUPER SKI Pass for themselves. It is explained that there is only one free pass per guardian (rule: one guardian – one child). In such case, the child receives a TATRY SUPER SKI Pass for the same period of validity as the Pass purchased by the adult overseeing them. The child’s height is measured at the checkout, in a skiing costume and with a helmet (without skis or snowboard).

Seniors who are at least 75 years of age may purchase a TATRY SUPER SKI daily Pass for PLN 5 per each day covered by such a Pass, based on a document certifying their age and enabling the identification of the right-holder.

Groups of 20 people or more are entitled to a 10% discount for the purchase of TATRY SUPER SKI Passes. When purchasing Passes with a discount for groups: one in 11 people receives a daily Pass for PLN 5 for each day covered by such a Pass, and the remaining persons receive a 10% discount on the price list.

The terms of periodic discounts and promotions are available at:, as well as each time at the ticket offices of the Ski Resorts. The use of the TATRY SUPER SKI Pass by an unauthorized person (e.g. by one who is not entitled to a discount) may result in blocking the right to use it. In order to clarify any doubts, it is made clear that the Local Card cannot be used to exercise the rights resulting from the TATRY SUPER SKI Card.