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Selling Unused Days on the Salt Lake Super Pass

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The pals and I are off to SLC in late Feb for 4 days on the slopes. We bought our Super Passes through Southwest Airlines where we got the 4th day on the pass for free and 25% off the first 3 days (we booked just before the sale deadline its no longer available).

 

My question is if anyone has ever sold unused days on the pass, and if its legal/possible to do so?  I know its not legal to resell lift tickets, but this is a little different.  Last time we used the pass, we could just put the pass in our jackets at Solitude and it would work with their electronic gate system. For Brighton and Snowbird, I think we had to take them to the ticket windows, and if I recall correctly, they never asked for ID.

 

Days 1-3 of the pass, we'll be hitting Solitude, Brighton, and Snowbird... skipping Alta and their no-snowboard policy.  Our thinking is on day 4, we'd kind of like to get back out Snowbasin if we could.  With another free-day at the Bird it doesn't make a whole lot of sense to do this, unless we could recoup a few bucks to put towards the Snowbasin ticket.  Any thoughts? Also, would there be interest among the Bears in some highly discounted 1-day passes for say ~$50?

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Bump... also if someone had Snowbasin tickets to trade, that would work.

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