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tell me if im heading in the right direction...(looking for lift ticket deals)

post #1 of 5
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ive been searching on the net for some deals for lift passes for keystone in middle march... about the cheapest i have found is around $45 a day which comes to about $1125 for the five of us for five days..... is there cheaper out there??? :

<FONT COLOR="#800080" SIZE="1">[ November 30, 2001 09:48 AM: Message edited 1 time, by dchan ]</font>
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Try calling the King Souper chain out there and see what they are charging for lift tickets. They are a local grocery store that offers discounted lift tickets.

Last year we were able to buy a month long pass in April for $29. That got us unlimited skiing at Breck, A-basin, Keystone and one day at Vail.
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Hi Shawn a couple of places to look is http://www.skifree.org

Not yet updated for this season but should give you an idea.

Also Wildernest Property Mgmt sells discounted tickets. You may have to say your staying there. 800-554-2212

There is a King Soopers at the Youngfield exit in Denver off hwy 70 that makes for an easy stop on the way to the mtns.

Also www.skicoupons.com has a 29.00 lift midweek for a-basin

<FONT COLOR="#800080" SIZE="1">[ November 30, 2001 10:50 AM: Message edited 1 time, by Kima ]</font>
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Keystone and Breck are offering a really good deal on a three day beginner lesson package that gets you a season's pass out of the deal. I'm not implying that you're a beginner. It may not matter what your level of skiing is. I don't know the details. Call/email them to find out details. If your dates coincide with their program then I think it's a better deal than the $45 offsite pricing.
BTW, don't bother with King Soopers, City Market, Safeway etc. to find a better price than $45. The $45 pricing is the offsite, non ticket window price this season. It's the same as Copper's.

Also, a season pass holder can buy tickets at the window for less than $45. If one of you takes the 3 day lesson package then that person can buy reduced priced tickets at the window for less than $45. I dunno the exact pricing for pass holders. Again, call/email them with these ????

Another thing in conjunction with the season pass idea. A-Basin may still be selling their pass ($199) and that may qualify the pass holder for deeper discounts at Keystone /Breck.

IMO, you should Ski Copper and stay at Wildernest. Wildernest has a double your days program with Copper. I think it's 4 days lodging gets you 4 tix at Copper. I'll bet it's the best deal you'll find out there. Is it too late to change your lodging?

Good luck.

<FONT COLOR="#800080" SIZE="1">[ November 30, 2001 11:05 AM: Message edited 1 time, by PinHed ]</font>
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