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Ski a La carte SKI PASS in France

post #1 of 4
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Getting a discount on your ski pass everyday you ski!

I just bought my Ski a la Carte pass so thought I would share this with all of you. Even with a season pass, I save money when using this in other resorts. If you are coming over to Europe and want to do a numebr of resorts, this might be the best thing to buy. Smile

Ski a la Carte ski pass for Tignes/Val d'Isere(all Espace Killy area), Les Arcs/La Plagne/Peisey Vallandry (all Paradiski area), Flaine, Samoëns, Morillon, Les Carroz, Sixt Fer à Cheval (all Grand Massif area) and all resorts in the Serre Chevalier Valley area. You also get a 15% discount when you use the card in Sainte Foy Tarentaise, Valmorel Le Grand Domaine and La Rosière Espace San Bernardo.

If you enjoy skiing, but like to choose the days when you go up, this might be the best ski pass for you.

It costs 29 Euros to buy the card. You then use it whenever you go skiing in any of the places I have listed above and it charges you for ONLY the time you actually ski so NO wasted money when you take a day off i.e. day/half day passes etc when you go skiing and only in the area where you ski.

You are billed monthly to your credit card account with a detailed breakdown of what you have spent and where. It really is that simple.

You do not need to get a lift pass in resort, the card they send you works everywhere listed, just walk up to the lift gate and use the pass. You can also get discounted Carre Neige Insurance for the season at 19 Euros which covers you everywhere whilst you are using the card as an extra. This is a really good deal. Normally the Carre Neige ski insurance would cost about 2.50 euros a day.

You get the best value from the card if you use it for at least 9 days because as well as the daily discount you also get the ninth day free. Then the discount continues to increase the more you use it. Not sure how much you save with kids. Guess you will have to read the small print for yourself.

Some friends used it for two weeks when based in Les Arcs and saved about 75 Euros on just the card if they compared it with the price of buying a two week ski pass in resort and about another 25 Euros on the insurance. This included a few days in Val/Tignes and the 3 Valleys.

Hope this is of help to some people. 'If you want an extra discount when buying the card, send me a PM for further details. Very Happy

Here is the link you need: http://www.skialacarte.fr/en/ski-card.php

post #2 of 4

This sounds brilliant. At long last resorts are being imaginative in their charging. It'll be interesting to see if it catches on and is extended to other areas.

post #3 of 4
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Voyager, what has your post got to do with the 'ski a la carte' topic. You are just spamming this page to advertise the 3 valleys ski area. Your post does not even link us to an English page. Also the page it links to does not give details of any discounts that you can get when buying a pass for the 3 valley areas other than the normal prices so my advice to anyone reading his post, just ignore it.


PLEASE do not SPAM my posts.


For anyone needing the correct link for the 'Three Valley Ski area' lift passes, use this one.











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that is genius. i cant believe i have never heard of it. i also think the refer a friend thing is good and am going to get this out to my members with homes in the area.


there is a Swiss card promoted in the Valais called the Valais card but it does not offer discounts or retrospective billing. 


thanks for the heads up

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