The Mountain Collective Pass is on sale. Lowest prices and the bonus day at a pre-selected resort usually lasts until some time in May.
The biggest advantages of the MCP is that the cost is lower than Ikon or Epic, there are no blackout dates, and additional days are 50% off. As long as someone is pretty sure about getting to at least two resorts, it's not that hard to break even. When I was using the MCP before Ikon was an option, I could get my daily list access cost to about $50 per day. That was taking into account paying 50% for extra days (usually at Alta in April).
From March 15, 2022 email:
"When you purchase your 2022-23 Mountain Collective Pass, you get two days at 22 dream destinations, a bonus third day at the resort of your choice, half-off additional days and zero blackout dates. $539 USD for adults, $439 USD for teens, or $149 for children.
With the 2022-2023 season comes a few changes. Two world-renowned destinations, Sun Valley in Idaho and Snowbasin in Utah are returning to the Mountain Collective Pass while Mammoth, Palisades Tahoe, and Sugarbush will be departing."