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Sugarbush discount tickets??

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
Hi all;
Does anybody have recent knowledge of a place I can get discounted tickets, (weekend), to Sugarbush? I know in the past, Hannaford markets in Burlington had them. I will be going for just one weekend day, (Sunday), in March, so multi-day won't help.

It really bugs me to pay full-shot here in the East, when I can go to any front range market or sporting goods store in Denver and get at least $10 off on a real resort! I know Vail & BC are exceptions, but at least you can ski Copper, Breck, Keystone, etc for a few bucks off. Guess the western folks know the value of a dollar!

OK, I'm done ranting!
Thanks.
C.B.
post #2 of 10
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Originally Posted by C.B.
Hi all;
Does anybody have recent knowledge of a place I can get discounted tickets, (weekend), to Sugarbush? I know in the past, Hannaford markets in Burlington had them. I will be going for just one weekend day, (Sunday), in March, so multi-day won't help.

It really bugs me to pay full-shot here in the East, when I can go to any front range market or sporting goods store in Denver and get at least $10 off on a real resort! I know Vail & BC are exceptions, but at least you can ski Copper, Breck, Keystone, etc for a few bucks off. Guess the western folks know the value of a dollar!

OK, I'm done ranting!
Thanks.
C.B.
The Alpine Shop has Sugarbush tickets for $55. You can use them any time of the year.
post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 
Thanks!
That's the Alpine Shop in Saratoga?
C.B.
post #4 of 10
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Originally Posted by C.B.
Thanks!
That's the Alpine Shop in Saratoga?
C.B.
With pleasure.

The Alpine shop I was referring to is in South Burlington Vt.

http://www.alpineshopvt.com/html/locations.html

It appears they have another location in Middlebury, I'd call before you go to make sure they sell tickets as well.
post #5 of 10
Thread Starter 
I know it well...right next to the Cheese Traders on Williston Rd. I'll be in Burlington Saturday afternoon, so I'll call them first.
I keep my boat on Lake Champlain and Burlington is my favorite place to go. Just wish I could afford to live there when I retire!
Thanks again!
C.B.
post #6 of 10
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Originally Posted by C.B.
I know it well...right next to the Cheese Traders on Williston Rd. I'll be in Burlington Saturday afternoon, so I'll call them first.
I keep my boat on Lake Champlain and Burlington is my favorite place to go. Just wish I could afford to live there when I retire!
Thanks again!
C.B.
Yeah, it's a beautiful city. My Girlfriends parents just moved there, much to my delight!

The store on Williston road definitely has the tickets. I just don't know about the Middlebury store.

I skied three days at the bush last week. 1 day before the snow, and two following. The conditions are fantastic right now, I'm sure you'll enjoy.
post #7 of 10
Many more places listed here: http://www.sugarbush.com/offsitetickets.aspx
post #8 of 10
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Originally Posted by ElkMountainSkier
Many more places listed here: http://www.sugarbush.com/offsitetickets.aspx
Wow! Thanks! Do they all sell at the same price, ($55)? Looks like at least one ski area has some vision.
Anybody know the full-price on a weekend?
C.B.
post #9 of 10
Wow Sugarbush has expanded the number of places selling their discounted tickets over last year! My guess is they all sell for the same price of $55.
post #10 of 10
The Bush has been selling off-site tickets for years. The added bonus is that they can be used anytime, even during the holidays which I believe is $67 and are transferable. I worked there last winter and even the Grunberg House sold them. They have them for their guests but they will sell them to anyone. Give them a call, the GH is 10 min north of Waitsfield.
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