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ski lake tahoe - day tix for up to 8 resorts for $329

post #1 of 9
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www.skilaketahoe.com have released a voucher packet for day tickets to up to 8 resorts namely Sugarbowl, Homewood, Mt Rose, Squaw/Alpine, Heavenly, Sierra-at-Tahoe, Kirkwood and Northstar. It's a pack of prepaid day tickets which vouchers to 'ski at X Resort or ski at Y Resort'. It's not a season pass. You can't use the vouchers up at 1 resort. You can't use 2 vouchers for 2 people at the same resort on the same day. It's designed to get people 'sampling' different resorts. These vouchers usually sell out by late August to September.

 

If the might suit your travel needs, check the fine print for blackouts etc.

 

PS: Skilaketahoe's wwebpage looks like they have to uupdate the new partners of Sugarbowl and Homewood

post #2 of 9

Greetings Veteran.

  Your link is correct.  But to clarify you get 6 lift tickets ($55 each) good at various 2 or 3 areas per tickets. There are 8 areas

on the list.  This is the return of the Lake Tahoe Six Pack.    All majors including Squaw, Kirkwood, Northstar etc a included.

I've done this for many years. It's a great deal ! Any questions just ask.  They held the price to $50 thru last year.

 

This year I got the MCP instead.

post #3 of 9

http://www.skilaketahoe.com/blog/lift-tickets/it’s-back-–-201314-ski-lake-tahoe-six-pack-now-sale

 

The Ski Lake Tahoe Six-Pack includes:
- one ticket valid at Heavenly, Kirkwood or Mt. Rose–Ski Tahoe
- one ticket valid at Heavenly or Sierra-at-Tahoe® Resort
- one ticket valid at Sierra-at-Tahoe® Resort or Kirkwood
- one ticket valid at Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows or Mt. Rose–Ski Tahoe
- one ticket valid at Squaw Valley or Northstar California
- one ticket valid at Alpine Meadows or Northstar California

post #4 of 9

If you get a Tahoe Six Pack it's best to use the vouchers at the $100 a day areas.  Some on the list- Mt Rose & Sierra Tahoe

come to mind have other deals near $50.

 

Sugar Bowl is not available.

post #5 of 9
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Sugar Bowl is not available.

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"We are excited to introduce two new associate members: Sugar Bowl Resort on the North Shore and Homewood Mountain Resort on the West Shore. At Sugar Bowl, four majestic peaks offer endless options, including a backcountry adventure center and three progressive terrain parks. Homewood is one of California's very first winter recreation resorts, and has been serving up everything from groomed boulevards to hidden powder stashes since 1961. We welcome them to the family!

See you out there,
Your friends at Ski Lake Tahoe"

 

I thought I was wrong once, but I was mistaken biggrin.gif

post #6 of 9

Its great that Sugarbowl is getting in on this.  

When we had the EpicSki Gathering here in 2012 we would have loved to include Sugarbowl in the schedule but everyone was buying the Tahoe 6 pack which didn't include SB. 

 

This will be very good for them.   Its a very nice place to ski.  Lots of interesting terrain. 

post #7 of 9
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Its great that Sugarbowl is getting in on this.  

When we had the EpicSki Gathering here in 2012 we would have loved to include Sugarbowl in the schedule but everyone was buying the Tahoe 6 pack which didn't include SB. 

 

This will be very good for them.   Its a very nice place to ski.  Lots of interesting terrain. 


Who on earth told you guys about the six pack??? rolleyes.gif

 

I was only at Sugarbowl, on the way to LA, with Snowbomb.com/Lifttickets.com for a few hours of the Banzai. The terrain looked amazing, and I've since seen a few vids from their Ambassador Daron Rahlves. Pretty interesting terrain.

post #8 of 9
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Who on earth told you guys about the six pack??? rolleyes.gif

 

I was only at Sugarbowl, on the way to LA, with Snowbomb.com/Lifttickets.com for a few hours of the Banzai. The terrain looked amazing, and I've since seen a few vids from their Ambassador Daron Rahlves. Pretty interesting terrain.

When we were planning the EpicSki Gathering we were in contact with SnowbombJim.  IIRC, you and hair farmer followed up, but yeah.......its crazy how little they communicate stuff like this. 

post #9 of 9
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Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post

When we were planning the EpicSki Gathering we were in contact with SnowbombJim.  IIRC, you and hair farmer followed up, but yeah.......its crazy how little they communicate stuff like this. 

Yeah, I recall the calls and emails with Squaw marketing, Skilaketahoe and Snowbomb about release dates and all sorts of stuff . But I made it to Sugarbowl and I'm stoked they're coming on board with the 6 pak.

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