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Snowbasin/Powder Mtn. Lift Tickets

post #1 of 11
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My wife and three sons are spending two weeks in Eden over Christmas. Looking for some guidance in purchasing lift tickets for Snowbasin, Powder Mountain, Snowbird, Park City etc. Is there such a thing as a discount card for those areas? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Ski Family
post #2 of 11
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My wife and three sons are spending two weeks in Eden over Christmas. Looking for some guidance in purchasing lift tickets for Snowbasin, Powder Mountain, Snowbird, Park City etc. Is there such a thing as a discount card for those areas? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Ski Family
For all of the above you can purchase discount tickets at Canyon Sports http://www.canyonsports.com/ locations and a few others. Ski Salt Lake http://www.ski-saltlake.com/ski/ has in past years offered very good pricing on the Cottonwood Canyon areas of Snowbird, Alta, Solitude and Brighton
post #3 of 11
When you go to SnowBasin, make sure you use the bathrooms. The trip is worth it, just for them.
post #4 of 11
Also, a lot of the sporting goods shops offer slightly discounted lift tickets for several of the resorts. Last year you could get discounted tickets to The Canyons at Smith's grocery stores or online thru Smithtix.
post #5 of 11
Canyon Sports in Salt Lake and Ogden sell discount lift tickets. There is one just about 2 miles from SLC airport.

No discount card but you can buy the individual tickets at a discounted rate and use them anytime in the season.

http://www.canyonsports.com/utah_dis...ft_tickets.php
post #6 of 11
Costco had discounted passes to Snowbasin last winter, don't know whether that will continue this year.
post #7 of 11
Costco used to have Canyons tix also.

Canyonsports is open late - you can hit it on the way from the airport. Also easy access off I215 so you can pick up on the way to LCC/BCC.
Very hard to get discount tix once you are in PC.

Don't they also sell discount tix at the ski shop behind the 7-11?
post #8 of 11
Snowbasin used to have discounts on Tuesdays, maybe other days as well, check out the site.
post #9 of 11
We (Liftopia.com) sell discount lift tickets for Powder, Canyons, Park City, Snowbird, Sundance, but none unfortunately for Snowbasin at this point. Hope that helps, have Snowbird tix for Xmas week for 44% off, Powder for 20% off, etc... Deals vary by day and can sell out, however...
post #10 of 11

Well I know if you go to "Weber State university's''  website; under Campus rec outdoor program.  There are discounts for, Snow basin, powder mountain.  And you can find a good deal! especially for the kids!  Good luck and have a ball!

post #11 of 11

How many days are they skiing? The best deal is Snowbasin's $500 10-pack, but I believe that's non-transferable, so whoever buys one would have to ski 10 days at Snowbasin. Otherwise, I believe the grocery store in Eden sells Powder discount tickets (or at least they did last year) and Alpine Sports in Ogden is a good spot for Snowbasin tickets. Powder offers a lot of different types of tickets, so beware if you're skiing a half-day or want to focus on a specific area (Sundown in particular), because it may be cheaper to buy tix at the window (the $51 12-9 p.m. ticket is a nice deal).

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