The Deadline Season Begins
I am really glad my blog is about the outdoors and that the only sport I do where you have to pay-to-play is alpine skiing. Otherwise I would feel like a used car salesman year-round giving you tips on deals. Buy this now. These prices won’t last. In my case, I am only telling you about deals intermittently during the winter and now and then in the fall, so I only feel like a part-time used car salesman.
That is my way of saying that I might remind you again later, but this is my first official reminder about 2009-10 season passes. The earliest deadlines that I’ve noticed are April, 30. That means if you have your ski/ride plan figured out for next year, you can save by purchasing your pass now. But remember, these prices won’t last and neither will the offer for free oil changes for the life of your car. (Perhaps, I was a used car salesman in another life.)
A couple links that will help get you started:
I skied in Colorado last week and this deal made me drool: Rocky Mountain Super Pass – $399 for unlimited skiing at Winter Park and Copper, plus 6 days at Steamboat and Friday afternoons at Steamboat.
Please Note: This article was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.