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post #31 of 36

$125 at a little black called blackbear in rumford maine 

post #32 of 36

$99 for Mount Bohemia in Upper Michigan. I'll break even after only two days and I'm planning on getting a few more than that up there. 

post #33 of 36
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Originally Posted by oldschoolskier View Post
 

Today I got a $5.00 anytime pass for the season at a local hill as I turned 49 and 12 months this year ( DIN setting thing).  I can see lots of skiing this year in my future this season.

 

:yahoo:

They give senior discounts for being 50?:drool

That's barely old enough to shave.

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Originally Posted by Powderdog View Post
 

Sugar Bowl; 7day unlimitted including Royal Gorge X-country and a couple of days at Alpine Meadows/Squaw Valley: $229 !!!  What's the catch?  Ya gotta be 75 or older.  Pick up a 6-pack of Geritol and head on up!

You gotta be 60+ to have even heard of Geritol.:rotflmao: 

post #34 of 36
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There's a catch when you are older you pay more, this is just to set the hook. :rolleyes

post #35 of 36

I think it's a good marketing scheem (sp?).  If Grandma and/or Grandpa have the cheap, unlimited season pass at SB, the rest of the extended family aren't likely to go anywhere else.

post #36 of 36
Last season I had Cannon Season Pass for $273 NH resident * military veteran. But was one mountain - moved to CO and now going with the Epic Local.
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