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Big Sky / Jackson Costs

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Previously stayed at Comfort Inn on the Highway however, trying to reduce the cost a bit more . So................. any local info from you Montanans would be grateful for -
a) Low cost accommodation - Clean and basic as we come to ski!
b) Lift ticket deals - could be in conjunction with a) or if there are any retailers that offer coupons/discounts of any decription, say, in Bozeman.

Also for Jackson Hole, I heard there was a store/supermarket that did (could be history now of course) have coupons for lift ticket reductions in the past.

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post #2 of 3
Simon -

Where you stayed previously is the cheapest lodging close to Big Sky. If you're going low-budget you might want to stay in Bozeman. It is a 50 mile drive to Big Sky which normally takes one hour but can take longer on powder days. All the low-price chains (Motel 6, Microtel, Best Inns....) have motels here. There are also some older motels in town that are known for being clean and cheap. The Lewis & Clark and Blue Sky are favorites with the low-budget crowd. They both offer packages with Bridger....I'm not sure about Big Sky. If in the area you really should spend at least a day at Bridger Bowl.

I don't know of any local promotions to get discount tickets at either Bridger or Big Sky. Big Sky does have the frequency card which costs $35 and saves you $15 per day. If you are planning on skiing 3 or more days its well worth getting.
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For Jackson Hole I recommend staying at Hostel X. It's right at the base of the tram and stumbling distance from the Mangy Moose.

For lift ticket deals.. good luck. You can get industry discounts if you're PSIA, ski patrol, employed at another resort, etc. But they're really only a few dollars.
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