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Lifts for Less - has anyone used this site?

post #1 of 8
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I just contacted them and they sell a 1-day Super Pass to Snowbird for $68. It comes out to $70 after 3% credit card fees. Has anyone used this site before? I'm just trying to figure out the cheapest way to ski at Snowbird on Sat, 3/30. Liftopia has it for $79 and ski shops sell them for $74.

 

http://www.liftsforless.com/

post #2 of 8

Wow, I would like to know this as well. I'd love to pick up a 3 day pass to the 4 resorts. Ends up as $66 per day!

post #3 of 8

http://www.canyonsports.com/lift_tickets.php

 

 

If you want to wait last minute to make decisions and still save a bit

post #4 of 8

Nobody here has used this service? I always get mine at Canyon when I pick up my rentals, but I like the Super Pass. It's 3 days for $198. But I'd like to make sure this site is legit before I buy from them...

post #5 of 8

Here is another shop in town where you can pick up cheap tickets on the way to the area.  They have two or three locations in Sandy.

 

http://www.skinsee.com/discount-lift-tickets

post #6 of 8

Thanks for that. I guess I'll just wait until I get there. It's only a couple of bucks cheaper on that site. I also don't know where my 3rd day of skiing is going to be.

post #7 of 8

The advantage of a Super Pass is that it includes shuttle rides, which is another $10/day if you use it.  It also allows you to reroute to Solitude or Brighton without going back and switching tickets if you get to Little Cottonwood Canyon and it is closed due to avalanche work.  I believe the best resource on that is the Alta phone snow report which seems to have the best updates on road closures.  The Super Pass used to be a great deal if you used it at Snowbird because it gave you a Tram Pass, but I think the Bird changed their pricing this year (probably due to the new Little Cloud chair) so it doesn't save you as much, if anything.

post #8 of 8

I've always just used the SLC ski shops for tickets. If you buy your ticket on Liftopia, you're committed to that day. Regarding Alta, if you buy your first ticket at the mountain for $75.00, you can reload it online for $70.00 and go right to lift. These carry over year to year-I reloaded a '11-'12 ticket when I was out over Christmas. You can't reload the ski shop tickets.

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