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Discounted Lift Tickets at Ski Resorts

Discounted Lift Tickets at Ski Resorts
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Skiing or riding can be an expensive hobby, but there are ways to get discounted lift tickets, especially if you follow my one proven tip on how to be a savvy bargain-hunter skier or rider. (If at any time during this blog post, you ask yourself, “Does this person realize she sounds like a cheesy infomercial,” the answer is, “Yes, very much.”)

The Tip: Don’t Buy Your Lift Ticket at the Resort (Plus Some Foreshadowing about the One Exception to This Rule)

The first and only tip to save money is: Don’t buy your lift ticket at the ticket booth. There is one exception to my one very important rule, but you’ll need to keep reading. (Have I hooked you? I’ve never gone to cheesy infomercial school, so I am not sure if this is the correct tactic to get you to keep reading, but let’s hope.)

When you purchase your ticket from the ticket booth at a ski resort, it’s like paying full retail. Now, if you like to pay full price for something that you could buy discounted from another store, then please buy directly from the ticket booth. In fact, while you are at it (since you sound like a really nice person), buy a ticket for the guy in line behind you, too. Some people don’t like even the slightest hassle. But, if you research deals and purchase tickets before you head to the mountain, chances are, you will save some cash. And it’s quite simple.

Liftopia.com

My favorite go-to site to search for lift ticket deals is Liftopia.com. It’s easy to navigate and the process is simple. The last time I used it, I bought my lift ticket online and printed a voucher page which I then showed at the resort ticket booth window. I saved about $20 off of the price of a full-day lift ticket.

Resort Web Sites and Resort Facebook Pages

Visiting your favorite resort web site can also save you some hard-earned greenbacks. I’ve found that most resorts list their special deals on the drop down menu button that says “tickets.” Nowadays, you can sign up for special deal e-newsletters, so look for that option also. Some resorts offer deals to their Facebook fans, too.

The Exception to the Rule Revealed, Plus Some Pertinent Examples

Please Note: This information 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.

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