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Lift Tickets - Big Sky ????

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Anyone know any deals on lift tickets at Big Sky.  Really hate to pay $81 for a lift ticket.   HELP

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I'll check Costco to see if they have anything this year.  Up until last year they had 3 packs that ran $20 to $25 less per ticket.  Last year they only sold frequency cards which save you $20 per ticket.  Big Sky has also been running off-peak-season specials for Montana, Idaho & Wyoming residents but I haven't seen anything since Xmas break started.  I will keep an eye on the paper just in case they run something new.  When are you planning to ski Big Sky (and are you planning on hitting Bridger while in the neighborhood?)

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I'll check Costco to see if they have anything this year.  Up until last year they had 3 packs that ran $20 to $25 less per ticket.  Last year they only sold frequency cards which save you $20 per ticket.  Big Sky has also been running off-peak-season specials for Montana, Idaho & Wyoming residents but I haven't seen anything since Xmas break started.  I will keep an eye on the paper just in case they run something new.  When are you planning to ski Big Sky (and are you planning on hitting Bridger while in the neighborhood?)


thanks Rio, I can stop at COSTCO on way down if necessary.  Be at Big Sky 18-22 with wife.   Probably no Bridger this trip. Wife does groomers and gonna ski with her.   Well maybe I will sneak up on top of Lone Peak once or twice.  Appreciate looking for me, I am not a cheapo but 3 days of skiing at Big sky are going to cost me more than my season pass to Silver-ugh.
 

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I checked the Bozeman Costco and they don't have discount lift tickets for any resorts.  (Last year they had Moonlight & Whitefish as well as Big Sky frequency cards.)  Nolo suggested in another thread checking non-Bozeman Costcos.  Any bears in Missoula or Spokane going to Costco?

 

Friday I got a two-for-one coupon for next Tuesday, January 11. If they send me one next week for Tuesday, January 18, I'll forward it to you.

 

Another way to save money is ski Moonlight one day.  If your wife likes blue goomers she'll love Moonlight.

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I can tell you that at least some Costco's are selling tickets to Whitefish.  I rode the chair with a guy and he was wearing one.  Those tickets are now $50 ($51?) as compared to the normal daily rate of $64 (yikes!) or $58/day if you buy for multiple days. 

 

For people coming not to Big Sky, but up here, I see that now 1/2 day (PM) tickets are available.  I think that's new.  Starts at 1 PM.  Graduated pricing for daily tickets depending on your age.  I don't know if graduated pricing applies to the Costco tickets. 

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Have five all day lift tickets for big sky/moonlight basin full access 60$a piece text me at 630-974-5760
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You are replying to a post from 2011.    Dude......

 

 

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My bad
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