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Moving to Salt Lake and skiing Snowbird this weekend quesiton

post #1 of 10
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Im going to Snowbird this weekend and staying near the airport because of work on Friday and Monday. Does anyone have a suggestion where I could demo skis this weekend with a possibility of purchasing a few sets (for the family) this summer near downtown that would be convenient to return sunday evening or first thing Monday morning?

What about discount lift tickets are their such a thing?

Thanks,

Tim
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post #2 of 10
For Snowbird, can get the SuperPass. Cheaper if commit to more than 2 days.

http://www.visitsaltlake.com/superpass/

Other places for discounted lift tickets beyond the 4 (Brighton, Solitude, Alta, Snowbird) covered by the SuperPass. The Lift House has a store right at the base of BCC, just at the split where the LCC canyon road starts. Canyon Sports only has the one store downtown since they closed the others.

http://www.lifthousesports.com/lift-tickets.html

www.canyonsports.com—discountlifttickets
post #3 of 10

Utah Ski and Golf.  It's right on 600 S., between 200 W. and W. Temple in downtown SLC.  600 S. is a one-way street heading east.  The shop is on your left hand side.

post #4 of 10
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thanks everyone and I look forward to experiencing your mountains very soon!

 

Weather looks sweet

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Last year i bought Snowbird tickets at the Costco in Sandy. IIRC it was 2 non tram tickets for $105 and they were not on display with the other lift tickets, you had to ask the cashier or supervisor.

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Last year i bought Snowbird tickets at the Costco in Sandy. IIRC it was 2 non tram tickets for $105 and they were not on display with the other lift tickets, you had to ask the cashier or supervisor.



What's IIRC and thanks

post #7 of 10

 

 

Looking for demos for the Bird this weekend. Try ours. www.viiceskis.com.

 

For serious buyers we offer free demos delivered and piekd up at your location.

post #8 of 10
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Thanks I'll check it out and I'm absolutely serious about investing in 3 sets of skiis 2 for me and one for my daughter with all the bindings poles and boots
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Looking for demos for the Bird this weekend. Try ours. www.viiceskis.com.

 

For serious buyers we offer free demos delivered and piekd up at your location.


I private messaged you and I'll send an email via your company email about getting together and my questions.  I'll include my phone number.

 

thanks for the offer I really appreciate that type of connection, especially being new to the area.

 

tim

 

post #10 of 10
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I want to thank Jim from Viice Skiis.  He came to bat to work with me and i really appreciate it and I look forward to meeting you, in person Jim, and working with your company.  Best of luck to you.

 

Tim

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