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Where to get discounted lift tix in VT/NH?

post #1 of 11
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Planning my first trip out to Vermont next week (from Thu to Easter). It's my first visit and I have sticker shock from the advertised prices. Where are the deals on these tix? I doubt anyone's paying 70$ midweek.
post #2 of 11
Check out the Vermont Travel Club, they have deeply discounted tickets to Stowe, Mt. Snow, and some other mountains. Google them, and I'd recommend getting the phone number from the website and calling them rather than emailing. Also, if you do Stowe and book in advance, you can take advantage of their Vacation Rewards program and save some money.

You're right, you should not walk up and pay 70 bucks for a midweek ticket. There are always better options.
post #3 of 11
Check out Transworld Snowboarding. I think they are the ones that have a coupon for a 3-day Stowe ticket for $90. I've seen the tickets, just not sure which snowboard mag had the coupons. I do think it is Transworld though.
post #4 of 11
I was at Jay Peak two weeks ago. A few deals to consider.
First, people on Ebay often sell coupons that will get you discounted tickets. I did not do this because there were blackouts for that holiday week.
Jay Peak will sell you a card for $25 which entitles you to buy any adult ticket for $45 (vs $62) for up to five days, and you get the sixth day free. This is the best mountain deal I know of. Enjoy. David.

What epic was talikng about:http://www.transworldsnowboarding.co...625&typeID=767
post #5 of 11
Stratton has something like that too. Called the "X2 card", I think?

Oh yes, check here:
http://forums.alpinezone.com/17202-s...08-thread.html
(it's a long thread, start from the end and work backward...)
post #6 of 11
Pico is $49 even weekends. Bromley is $25 midweek, non-holiday. Midweek packages with lodging and lift tickets can be very good deals at the larger mountains.
post #7 of 11
No "hoops" needed at Wildcat. For adults the first day is $59, then add as many days as you want for $39 each after that. Applies to weekend or weekdays. Lodging in the area is "limited" but there are propeties that have ski/stay arrangements with WC.

For a VT ski day, grab the largest vehicle you can and pile as many people in as possible. All ski for $75 (regardless of how many) on Wednesdays.


Edit: Ooops - Pack 'em in Wednesday is at Magic Mtn.
post #8 of 11
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Originally Posted by medmarkco View Post
No "hoops" needed at Wildcat. Lodging in the area is "limited" but there are propeties that have ski/stay arrangements with WC.
But nearby in Jackson or North Conway or Glen there are oodles of places to stay.
post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by LiquidFeet View Post
But nearby in Jackson or North Conway or Glen there are oodles of places to stay.
Agreed. Just said limited in case anyone was looking for "on-mountain/next-to mountain" lodging.
post #10 of 11
Check out Liftopia.com for NH and VT. They have a deal for Bolton, which is near Stowe. There are some especially good deals in NH. Also, check websites of specific areas you want to visit for spring specials. Again, NH seems to have more aggressive pricing than big names in VT.
post #11 of 11
Mad River's midweek tickets are $35. Cannon has 2 for 1 deal Tuesdays and Thursdays, Wildcat has $20 ticket Sunday afternoon. Smuggler's Notch sells tickets through local ski shops and Shaw markets for $48.
I second liftopia.com
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