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My wife and I will be in Utah first week of March 2015. Plan to stay in PC. Last time we were there we skied several mountains - Alta, Solitude, Snobasin, Canyons.

 

Plan to ski five days, and spread around like we did last time - which was about four years ago I guess.

 

At that time we bought our tickets in a couple local ski shops. Is that still the best option to get decent pricing one single day tickets? When you do it that way is it still flexible on which day you ski at which resort (i.e. - if we buy tickets for a few mountains we aren't locked into specific days that week…I think that's how it worked back then)?

 

I was considering buying ahead on Liftopia, but really don't like the idea of being locked into specific days at a specific mountain - would prefer to pick based on the conditions of the day.

post #2 of 4

Most of the city ski shops post their prices.  For example, one whose name I happened to remember, making it easy to  google:

http://www.thelifthouse.com/lift-tickets/

I'm sure you can find others too.

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Originally Posted by billyymc View Post
 

My wife and I will be in Utah first week of March 2015. Plan to stay in PC. Last time we were there we skied several mountains - Alta, Solitude, Snobasin, Canyons.

 

Plan to ski five days, and spread around like we did last time - which was about four years ago I guess.

 

At that time we bought our tickets in a couple local ski shops. Is that still the best option to get decent pricing one single day tickets? When you do it that way is it still flexible on which day you ski at which resort (i.e. - if we buy tickets for a few mountains we aren't locked into specific days that week…I think that's how it worked back then)?

 

I was considering buying ahead on Liftopia, but really don't like the idea of being locked into specific days at a specific mountain - would prefer to pick based on the conditions of the day.


Sounds like you will have a car.  Getting discounted tickets on the way makes more sense than Liftopia for SLC skiing.  Might check what the Superpass offers for multi day since that covers more than one resort.

post #4 of 4
We usually stopped on the way back to the motel and bought tickets for the next day, rather than plan ahead. But that's just us.
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