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Ski N See, Costco, or who, for best deals on Alta and Snowbasin lift tix?

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Thread Starter 

Headed out to Sandy for five nights late this month and thought I'd check in and see where the best spots might be this year for a break on lift tickets.  Looks like Ski N See is offering Alta tix for $71.  Any other suggestions?

 

Thanks.

 

Aaron

Wilmington, DE

post #2 of 6
Check out liftopia.com


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post #3 of 6

Pretty sure Costco does not have Alta or Snowbasin tickets.  You can find discount tickets at most ski shops.  For instance, Lift House at the BCC entrance has Alta tickets for $5 off, and Snowbasin tickets for $10 off.  I just checked SeeNSki, and they have the same prices as Lift House.

 

I know you didn't ask about these places, but the last time I was at Costco they had the following:

                Canyons -> $149.99 for 2 adult lift tickets (Normal price $105 per day)

                Park City -> $144.99 for 2 adult lift tickets (Normal price $104 per day)

                Snowbird -> $349.99 for a 5-pack (Normal price $92 per day)

post #4 of 6

Look at the "buy in advance" section right on Alta's own website:

 

http://tickets.alta.com/product/30/UT/Alta-1-Day-Lift-Tickets.htm#02-2014

post #5 of 6
take a look at the utah superpass, valid for bird, alta, solitude and brighton

5 out of 7 for $71 each day... might not be the best price for bcc resorts though
Edited by mfa81 - 2/4/14 at 10:48pm
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When I was researching lodging, a couple hotels (Country Inn & Suites, and Staybridge Suites) were advertising $65 and $67, respectively, for Alta.  I wonder if that's "over-the-counter," or only for hotel guests.


Edited by kitchener - 2/5/14 at 6:53am
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