Everything you need to know about RFID Technology at Cypress Mountain
On your first visit to the mountain, you can pick up your RFID card at any of the ticket windows. Once you are issued the card, it will have your active lift ticket on it. Any future online purchases will be automatically loaded straight on to your card. If you misplace your RFID card at any point in the season, there is a $5 re-print fee int he Downhill area and $2.50 in the Nordic Area.
Downhill: Yes, when pre-booking lift tickets online for the first time, it is required that you purchase an RFID card for $5 in addition to your ticket. The RFID is a reloadable card that allows you to load lift tickets or passes straight on to the card. This is a one-time fee and can be re-activated in future seasons.
Nordic: Yes, when pre-booking tickets online for the first time, it is required that you purchase an RFID card for $2.50 in addition to your ticket. The RFID is a reloadable card that allows you to load lift tickets or passes straight on to the card. This is a one-time fee and can be re-activated in future seasons.
Each RFID tag physically contains only the randomly generated number associated with each unique user profile. No personal or additional information is stored on individual RFID tags.
Each unique RFID tag contains a multiple digit number randomly associated with a user profile. This profile is kept as a secure component of our new online store and user database, and will not be accessible to other guests or employees.
No, holes must never be punched in the lift ticket access media cards. The card has an antenna embedded that surrounds the embedded RFID chip. Any damage to the surrounding antenna will render the card inactive and must be replaced at a replacement fee.
Yes. RFID chips are designed in such a way as to survive normal wear and tear for years, washing and drying included. The RFID access card may turn blue as the thermal ink may be activated by the extreme heat however it will still work at the lift.