Lift Ticket Deals Winter Park Resort
Deals on lift tickets to Winter Park and Mary Jane Resort are getting harder to come by. Intrawest has tightened the lift ticket deal belt and deals will be harder to come by for the 2010/2011 ski season. But fear not Winter Park Lodging Company has looked under the rocks and behind the refrigerator to find the best deals around for our beloved backyard ski area (ya, it’s one hell of a backyard).
As I said, we have searched high and low to find the best discounts on lift tickets for Winter Park Resort this year. See our findings below. Stay tuned for any news.
Save big with a Season Ski Pass
The deal is, you can get ten $59 lift ticket coupons for friends & family with each Winter Park Resort season pass you purchase. Season passes prices at $379 each and NO blackout dates equals big savings for you and yours.
Winter Park season passes for the 2010/2011 ski season are $379 until October 17th, then they’ll go up to as high at $1000 each. At this sale price and with the $59 coupons, some groups only have to ski two days to beat the window price!
Examples of savings:
(compared to regular lift ticket prices at $92 each)
Another benefit to buying a season pass is that you don’t have to ski on specific dates, you can use the season pass and coupons whenever you’d like, with NO BLACKOUT DATES!
Buy your Winter Park Season Pass Now. Consider the Rocky Mountain Super Pass if you want access to Winter Park/Mary Jane and Copper Mountain. For that, plus six days at Steamboat Springs, there is the Rocky Mountain Super Pass Plus.
Check out the other deals on the Winter Park Lodging Company lift ticket discount page.
Oh ya, that is yours truly gettin’ some powder last season up on Jones Pass in the picture above.
Sarah September 22nd, 2010