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Here's another great incentive for Steamboat.  

 

http://www.steamboat.com/tickets-and-passes/kids-ski-free.aspx

KIDS SKI FREE LIFT TICKET PROGRAM – DETAILS AND RESTRICTIONS

  1. Steamboat's Kids Ski Free and Grandkids Ski Free programs enable children 12 years of age and under to ski free the same number of days as their parents/grandparents when parents/grandparents purchase a 5-or-more day Adult lift ticket. Seniors (ages 70+) must purchase an Adult ticket to be eligible for this program. Purchasing a Senior ticket does not qualify for Kids Ski Free. Each qualifying purchase allows one free child per paid parent/grandparent.
  2. Proof of age (birth certificate, driver's license, college student ID, etc.) is required for those buying lift tickets with age restrictions.
  3. All prices, programs and dates subject to change. Some restrictions apply and all ticket purchases are non-refundable.
  4. Advanced Lift Ticket pricing- lift tickets purchased through Steamboat.com or through Steamboat Reservations are guaranteed same or lower rates than other sites. On-site purchase rates may vary based on time of season. Group rate tickets do not apply.
  5. Carpet lifts are for the exclusive use of Steamboat's Snowsports School.


 

KIDS SKI FREE SEASON PASS PROGRAM – DETAILS AND RESTRICTIONS

  1. One child (12 and under) is eligible to receive a FREE Season Pass with parent or legal guardian purchase of an Adult Steamboat Season Pass.
  2. Age category is determined by November 28, 2013.  
  3. Each additional child or teen in the same family can purchase a special priced Family Season Pass.
    Learn more.
  4. Grandkids Ski Free program and Senior rates do not apply.  
  5. Kids Ski Free does NOT apply to Steamboat Multi-day passes.
  6. See Steamboat.com/seasonpass for more details.
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Do you have any idea when this started?  From what you copied, it existed for 2013-14 and no one has remembered to update the website since then.

 

Are the adult multi-day tickets the typical 5 of 6 type?  Certainly sounds like a good deal for 1-week ski vacation at Steamboat with skiing parents/grandparents bringing a few kids.

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Do you have any idea when this started?  From what you copied, it existed for 2013-14 and no one has remembered to update the website since then.

 

Are the adult multi-day tickets the typical 5 of 6 type?  Certainly sounds like a good deal for 1-week ski vacation at Steamboat with skiing parents/grandparents bringing a few kids.

 

Its still on the site and I in fact, my Bro-in-law used this last christmas when the family came out.  Yes, it is a min of 5 days. I checked with him. 

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Originally Posted by marznc View Post
 

Do you have any idea when this started?  From what you copied, it existed for 2013-14 and no one has remembered to update the website since then.

 

Are the adult multi-day tickets the typical 5 of 6 type?  Certainly sounds like a good deal for 1-week ski vacation at Steamboat with skiing parents/grandparents bringing a few kids.

 

Its still on the site and I in fact, my Bro-in-law used this last christmas when the family came out.  Yes, it is a min of 5 days. I checked with him. 


My question about the adult lift ticket was more if a parent could by a 5-day lift ticket where you can skip a day or perhaps a 6 out of 7 day ticket for those who stay a bit longer.

 

I was curious if the program existed before 2013, but that doesn't really matter.

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My question about the adult lift ticket was more if a parent could by a 5-day lift ticket where you can skip a day or perhaps a 6 out of 7 day ticket for those who stay a bit longer.

 

I was curious if the program existed before 2013, but that doesn't really matter.

 

my understanding is that yes, the adult can buy the 5 of 7 day tickets.  

 

http://book.steamboat.com/CorisSF/Storefront/Product.aspx?Action=SearchResults&Group=ACTVGRP12&Product=LIFT&As1n=&Aoc=&NumDays=3&Adt=11%2f26%2f2015

 

Lift Tickets 
Lift tickets purchased at least seven (7) days prior to first day of use have an Advance Purchase Discount applied.

Lift Tickets purchased less than ten (10) days prior to first day of use will not be mailed, but can be issued at: the Ticket Office, the Kids Vacation Center or any Steamboat Ski & Sport location. 

One and two day tickets are consecutive days, three and four day cards contain one grace day (day off) and five days or more contain two grace days.

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