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Salt Lake City Costco lift tickets?

post #1 of 22
Thread Starter 
I'll be in Park City next week and saw some information online that Costco in Salt Lake City offers discount lift tickets to Park City, Snowbird and The Canyons. Was wondering if anyone could confirm this info.

Thanks
post #2 of 22

Yes.  I can confirm that they sell the discount tix at Costco here is SLC.

I saw the tickets for the different ski areas there, but I didn't pay attention to the prices.

post #3 of 22

Yes, picked up Park City tickets about 3 weeks ago, $250 for 5 days, which is cheaper than locals tickets and Park City's Utah 5-day pass--they come in 5 ticket voucher books with no restrictions on frequency of use (so you can share them with family/friends).  Did not purchase but believe they also had Canyons at ~$52 per day for 2 days, and one other area, perhaps Snowbird.  I think the Costco prices are as cheap as it gets.

post #4 of 22

On my way home from Alta today, I stopped in at Costco. Here's what they've got:

Sundance 5 adult: $174.99

Snowbird 2 adult chairs only: $98.99

Park City 5 pack: $249.99

A clerk told me that they also have tickets for the Canyons, but you have to ask at checkout. The tickets are not at the display and I don't know the price.

post #5 of 22
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the confirmation and all the info!  Costco here I come

post #6 of 22

I wish I had a way to buy just one ticket! $50 for a Park City ticket is a great deal!

post #7 of 22
Thread Starter 

Thanks everyone, I was able to score Park City and Snowbird lift tickets from Costco for rediculiuos pricing.  PC = $50 and Snowbird (chair only) = $50. 

post #8 of 22
Anybody have updates on discounted ticket for SLC area?  Going to be there in 2.5 weeks.  Looking for Deer Valley, Brighton, Powder Mountain, Snowbird, Canyons!

Any info on best prices to buy appreciated.
post #9 of 22
Canyonsports, various locations in SLC.
Lifthouse, next to the 7-ll at BCC: http://www.lifthousesports.com/
Nothing in Park City.
post #10 of 22
Picked up Canyons lift tix there on Friday.
2 for $109.99
They are actually tickets that you can go straight to the lift with - not vouchers.

They also had a 5 pack for PCMR for ~$250 and Snowbird 2 adult chairs only for $98.99
post #11 of 22
I saved some money, about $120.00, on a week long SUV rental from Budget Rental utilizing Costco travel on our recent trip out of Denver.
post #12 of 22
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Originally Posted by drb View Post

Lifthouse, next to the 7-ll at BCC: http://www.lifthousesports.com/
 


Called them up but the phone is disconnected.  Tried buying off their website but the dates indicate 2008 (!! ???).
Do these guys still operate?
post #13 of 22
As of 3 weeks ago they did.
post #14 of 22
Well, after some research  and local info, Canyon Sport and REI both DT SLC on the East side of town have discounted tickets, about the best I could find.
post #15 of 22
 Wish I knew about this before I came!
post #16 of 22
quote: Do these guys still operate?
As of this past Monday they did. Absolutely amazing day at Snowbird. Snow is in great shape.
post #17 of 22

Can I buy these online??

post #18 of 22

Tickets still available at Costco PCMR $340 for 5 adult

post #19 of 22

Great update.  Thanks.  Are Alta discounts available there, too?

post #20 of 22

No. In past they've had Snowbird tickets, but not Alta.

post #21 of 22

Thanks.  I could run a search but discount ticket sources are timely things -- but as I recall, aren't there some supermarkets that offer up Alta tix at a discount?

post #22 of 22

See'n Ski offers discount tickets at their SLC area locations, but they're not available at the Park City stores. The deals are best on the Park City areas $15-20.00 off if I remember right. Alta is only $5.00 off which is the same amount you can get if you reload your Alta pass online ( I reloaded a '11-'12) pass when we were out over Xmas.

 

KSL.com sometimes has individuals selling passes/coupons later in the season, but obviously you need to track the seller down to get them. 

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