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Vail ticket discount at King Sooper this year?

post #1 of 9
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I'll be in Vail end of this month and am discovering the only 2 places to get discounted lift tickets are with a muntiday Vail lift ticket and discount lift tickets at King Sooper supermarket.  However, I'm not able to find any information about the actual price of tickets at King Sooper or even if they still sell them.  Does anyone know?
post #2 of 9
As far as I know, the only place to buy Vail lift tickets is at the ticket window on the mountain. 
post #3 of 9
For the last few years the discount at Kings Super has been really small. I don't know if they still sell tickets but it wasn't a deal anyway.
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Vail hasn't sold tickets at KS in years maybe even a decade.  You can get Keystone and Breck tickets there.  Not Vail but they are VR mtns.  A-Basin still does have a few bonus passes left - at least that's what they said in an email they sent me last week.  A few days at Vail or BC there.

Google "King Soopers" for a local KS Front Range Colorado location and call their phone number.  The clerk should tell you the price.  KS's in the mtns don't sell discounted tickets.
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It was probably a decade ago I got discounted Vail tickets at Scoopers. It was weird to, because the clerk made me ask for them, expalining that he couldn't offer them unless a customer inquired?

Crazy but true.
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City Market, which is the Kroger store west of Denver (KingSoopers in Denver) sells a three day ticket for $234.  It is good any three of five consecutive days at Keystone, Breck, or Arapahoe Basin and good for one of the three days at Vail or Beaver Creek.  The window price for Breck is $92.  There are also four and five day tickets. 
post #7 of 9
Don't know, but if you buy a fillup of at least 10 gallons of gas at any participating Shell station in and around Summit Co. You can get a buy one get one free lift ticket to Copper, or Winter Park-Mary Jane.
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Originally Posted by crudmeister View Post

City Market, which is the Kroger store west of Denver (KingSoopers in Denver) sells a three day ticket for $234.  It is good any three of five consecutive days at Keystone, Breck, or Arapahoe Basin and good for one of the three days at Vail or Beaver Creek.  The window price for Breck is $92.  There are also four and five day tickets. 

Doing some serious comparison shopping for my trip, also at the end of this month.

Buying your 3 day Breck/Keystone/A-basin ticket online from the resort (www.snow.com) to start between Jan 3rd & Feb 11th is $231 & also includes one of those days in Vail or BC. You'll probably get a smart ticket for that instead of a sticker, too.

A 3-day Vail ticket is $252 online.

The A-basin season pass might be worth a look if you're going to be back that way again. $359-ish for all season at A-basin including 5 days @ Breck or Keysstone & 1 at Vail or BC. Last week they told me ther'd probably only be enough for a couple of weeks more.

If you find anything better, I'd be happy if you let me know.

CW :-)
post #9 of 9
I booked a trip to Summit County for March 11-15th.  Booked the entire thing (flight, hotel, rental car, lift tickets) right through the Southwest Airlines Web site.  They had an offer on there for that 3-of-5 deal (Breck/Keystone/A-basin, and 1 of the 3 days at either Vail or Beaver Creek) for $184... so you're basically getting 1 day for free!

Not sure if that was only available because I was getting the complete package through them, but it might not hurt to look.
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