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2012 SLC Costco Lift Tickets

post #1 of 21
Thread Starter 

Any deals this year?  I checked the web out but haven't found anything.

post #2 of 21
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Maybe I posted too soon.  Looks like they have 5 PCMR tix for $316.

 

http://www.tripadvisor.ca/ShowTopic-g60922-i412-k4956744-Park_City_Lift_Tickets_at_Costco-Salt_Lake_City_Utah.html

 

 

Are they any other deals?

post #3 of 21

A 2 day Adult ticket to the Canyons is $139 (I believe).  They have a 2 day kids ticket also but I cannot remember the price. 

 

They also have discounted gift cards for Ski and See.

post #4 of 21

Try liftopia

 

http://www.liftopia.com/results.php?RegionCatId=R_13&StartDate=4%2F1%2F2012&NumberOfDays=2

 

Or if you google Utah discount lift tickets some ski stores offer discounted tickets

 

Hope this helps

post #5 of 21

Between Liftopia and the local places in SLC (only) you'll be able to pay way less than walk up price at Canyons and PCMR.

post #6 of 21

At the Costco in SLC, they did not have Snowbird anymore as of early January, bummer. They apparently have two-packs for Brighton, but I did not find out the price.

 

We did buy a 5 pack for Park City for guests, decent deal.

post #7 of 21

Thread resurrection. Anyone know what ticket deals SLC Costco is offering this season?  I'll be heading over late January, their PCMR deals have always been good in the past.  I looked on the website but all they had was Canadian places and Mt Hood. 

post #8 of 21

I just bought some. It ended up being almost $70 per ticket for the PCMR 5 pack and $70 per ticket for the Canyons 2 pack. 

post #9 of 21

Here are the prices from Sports Den, 1350 S. Foothill Drive IN SLC:

 


RESORT                                              RESORT PRICE    SPORTS DEN PRICE
Alta Adult Pass                                                $75                   $70
Brighton Adult Day Pass                                 $64                   $60
Brighton Adult Night Pass                               $36                   $30
Brighton Junior Pass (8-12)                            $31                   $28
Canyons Adult Pass                                       $105                 $82
Canyons 2 of 7 Days Adult Pass                   $200                  $154
Canyons Junior Pass (7-12)                          $60                   $48
Canyons Senior Pass (Over 65)                    $60                   $48
Deer Valley Adult Pass                                  $102                 $91
Deer Valley Adult Pass - January 2013 Only    $102              $82
Park City Adult Pass                                     $102                 $82
Park City 2 of 7 Days Adult Pass                   $196              $148
Park City Junior Pass (7-12)                          $62                  $53
Snowbasin Adult Pass                                   $79                   $72
Snowbird Adult Weekend Pass                      $85                  $74
Snowbird Adult Weekday Pass                     $85                   $69
Snowbird 2 of 5 Days Adult Pass                 $170                 $130
Snowbird Junior Any Day Pass (7-12)           $42                  $38
Solitude Adult Weekend Pass                       $72                  $64
Solitude Adult Weekday Pass                       $72                  $61

post #10 of 21

In Jan. 2011 I went to the Costco in Sandy and asked the "greeter" about tickets for Snowbird. She said that if they are not on display with other ski tickets then ask at the checkout. Checkout guy did not know about it so he asked the manager who brought over a Snowbird 2-pack for $105, did not include the tram.

post #11 of 21

Ouch, not such good deals as in the past! 

post #12 of 21

If you use the SAVE20 promo code, there are some amazing deals here (and it goes to a great cause): http://www.backcountry.com/utah-avalanche-center

 

I just paid $388 for 6 single day lift tickets at Deer Valley (date flexible).  Window cost would have been $612!  

post #13 of 21
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Originally Posted by dshack89 View Post

If you use the SAVE20 promo code, there are some amazing deals here (and it goes to a great cause): http://www.backcountry.com/utah-avalanche-center

 

I just paid $388 for 6 single day lift tickets at Deer Valley (date flexible).  Window cost would have been $612!  


Gosh darn that is one heck of a deal!!!!

post #14 of 21

Just nabbed a bunch of the backcountry.com SAVE 20 tickets. Now I need to make sure I use them. 

post #15 of 21

I don't blame you, what a deal.

post #16 of 21
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Originally Posted by Maui Steve View Post

Just nabbed a bunch of the backcountry.com SAVE 20 tickets. Now I need to make sure I use them. 

Hey Steve,

 

Give me a shout out when you are coming up north.

 

Steel

post #17 of 21

I know the SLC Costco is amazing to deal with.  They will mail tickets to you and allow you to purchase them on the phone.  They allowed me to purchase them on the phone and left them at customer service for me so i could just swing by and pick them up on the way up the moutain.  never  heard of costco doing such stuff.

 

The past 2 years, they seem to be the most cost effective deals - and if you don't use the passes, you can return them. 

 

Pretty amazing.

post #18 of 21

Will do. Looks like end of january and late February and then middle of march. Will let you know when may be hitting Snowbasin so we can do some runs. Hoping for some powder this year. 

post #19 of 21

Just came back from Costco in Los Angeles.  The store had a 5 day transferable pass for PCMR for $338 (or something like that) and a 2 pack of 3 out of 7 days for Canyons for $400.  Both supposedly had discounts for the ski school.  If you are planning to use the ski school, seems like a decent deal.  If not, the cost seems about the same as what you can get at SLC ski rental stores.

post #20 of 21

Prices are up this year, no doubt about it. That Backcountry.com site is mega useful, thanks! And if the LA Costco is the same as SLC Costco price, $67/day is a bit better than the rental shops? Shame though. A couple of years ago the 5-day costco deal was about $50/day.

post #21 of 21

Those Backcountry.com passes went fast! I was able to grab a few the other day. Snowbird was $56 including tram. Snowbasin was $48.

 

Still a couple worthwhile resorts left. Looks like they pulled some of the resorts off after they sold out like Alta.

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