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post #1 of 10
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Found this on the Aspen web site.
not a bad deal, even with only 2 of the areas 4 mountains included Highlands & Buttermilk have everything a beginner to a high expert might want.

Delta & Jet Blue flights into Salt Lake are still low based on the e-mails they send me.

Package from $424* (air included)

Stir up your adrenaline in Highland bowl. Flip out on Buttermilk's top-to-bottom park, home to this year's Winter X games, or cruise blue and greens on some of the sweetest terrain you've ever seen. Experience the Aspen difference at a price anyone can get in to.

3 Nights lodging
2 Day Highlands-Buttermilk Lift ticket
1 Killer Deal!
Go to: or call Toll Free 877-902-9463 for details and reservations! * Based on double occupancy. Other restrictions do apply!

<FONT COLOR="#800080" SIZE="1">[ November 08, 2001 12:21 PM: Message edited 1 time, by ti ]</font>
post #2 of 10
So what's the price?
post #3 of 10
It's like 424 bucks with flight. Seems good to me. On a side note, anyone know where to get or if any discounted lift tickets exist to the Aspen places, I thought I had heard of a 4 for 100 dollar deal but that can't be right, can it?
post #4 of 10

Try the Aspen Classic Pass. Four days for $99 and then you can buy daily for $29-$49
depending on the low-high season. Call 970-923-0475 for more info. They will be selling them in Denver for only a few more weeks.
post #5 of 10
Hey Shred,
Do you know Where are they selling these in Denver? I can't make long distance phone calls.
post #6 of 10
Christy Sports
11/10-11 Cherry Creek
11/17-18 Denver West
11/23-25 County Line
post #7 of 10
gracias amigo!!
post #8 of 10
Hi. Snowmass is doing its annual "I Ski With KBCO" promotion. its during the Thanksgiving Holiday. 227.00 for 2 people, 2 nights lift side lodging plus 2/2 day lift tickets.

(so 113.50 per person but you have to have 2 people.)

If anyone is interested, You need to call Snowmass reservations ask for the KBCO promotion.
post #9 of 10
It's amazing how many of the Colorado ski areas are practically giving away their product this year. At $25 a ticket (Aspen, Copper, etc), are they even recouping their costs, or does it not really work that way?
post #10 of 10
The most amazing thing isn't how many ski areas are selling these discounted lift tickets, four packs, and season passes. The most amazing this is still how long the lines are at the lift ticket windows every weekend, many people still pay top dollar.

Also, I think a lot of the resorts are trying to get the front range skier, lots of skiers here. As a result the mountains get more and more crowded, this in turn reduces the quality of skiing for the destination skier, who's ready to pay top dollar. As a result more and more of the destination skiers will look away from Colorado, and these buddy passes could back fire.

I bought my Colorado pass for 300 dollars, spend 5 dollars at the resort for lunch and ski probably 40 days. So Vail gets 500 dollars of my money for a year of skiing. The deal of the century!!
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