that's the right way of thinking right there
Except that season passes probably don't sell to much in Jan or Feb, Hell they probably don't sell after Thanksgiving and whatever season passes you have not sold at $150.00 sit in your drawer until they let you return them for credit.
Now the weekly passes you would sell all year but after you sell out that first bunch how quick does the vendor get you the next batch? And how fast do you want to shell out cash again to make less than the credit card company is going to charge you for buying the things.
I have gone out for Columbus day for the last 5 years and have never seen a Ranger once in my camp in all those years, Until this weekend and we got Mr 4'6" Red head with a chip on his shoulder the size of the Rock of Gibraltar. Even with the online receipt of the purchase of a yearly pass, even though it had been left on the kitchen counter he wasn't going to allow one of us to slide.
That person was given the option go buy a pass or go home.
We gave serious thought to just parking said tow vehicle at GDS for the rest of the weekend but didn't want to provoke the wrath of Barney Fyffe and his Bud nipping attitude in finding something else.
You didn't have a Pass with you, so you Broke the Law
Letter vs. spirit of the law. Whole group has passes except one who forgot it at home. Showed a receipt for said pass left at home and Mr. 4'6" Red Head with a chip on his shoulder cant let it slide? Bit of a Dick Move IMHO . . .