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irishskier
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Posted: Oct 03, 2006 - 2:04 AM GMT


You all gave me some great deals in NH last year for my annual ski trip. I know many of your are from out east, but anyone know of any Colorado lift ticket deals?? Breckenridge area?? Midweek?

I know of the Loveland 4 for $99, anything else?

Thanks as always for all the great contributions.

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Posted: Oct 03, 2006 - 2:29 AM GMT

The Colorado Gold C coupon book is worth getting, has coups for Copper, A-Basin, Loveland (not as good as the 4-pak), Winter Park, Steamboat and others. Published by the Entertainment Book people. You can pick one up on Ebay for $20.

Breck, Keystone, Vail & Beav are all tough deals. They don't generally publish coups. Last ones I saw were two years ago. You can get discounted lift tickets at the Safeway store for Breck and Keystone. You save about $5 on the ticket. There's a big Safeway in Frisco right off I-70 on your way to Breck. You buy an actual lift ticket and go straight to the lift. Safeway doesn't have any for Vail to my knowledge.

If your employer participates in workingadvantage.com, that is a good place to look. It's the only place I could find a discount Vail ticket last year, other than the goofy 2-day coupon in the skiing magazines. As I type this, workingadvantage.com hasn't set up all their ski deals for this year, so I don't know if they'll have Vail or not. If your employer isn't part of workingadvantage.com, look into it, it's easy to set up at no cost. Your HR Dept will probably be happy to do it.

Whomever you rent skis or lodging from may have a trade deal with a ski area. ask.

A-Basin has a carpool deal, show up with 4 people and you get a terrific break on your lift ticket. I did it once, excellent value.

Check skicoupons.com for a deal on Ski Cooper in Leadville. They had a coupon last year.

If you have a Stratton, Mountain Creek or Snowshoe seasons pass you'll get a great deal at Copper.

If worse comes to worse: Loveland, A-Basin and Ski Cooper are all an excellent value even if you pay the full price at the window.
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Posted: Oct 03, 2006 - 1:31 PM GMT


Thanks for the great info!

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