There’s still time to buy a discount ski pass for Colorado resorts for at least the next day or so. Forget looking for a promotional code. There are none available.
Colorado residents don’t rely on grocery store lift tickets, they buy a season pass. Still time to snowboard like a local.
Epic passes are on sale till Dec 6, 2013. After that you’ll be paying tourist prices for multi-day or single day lift tickets. Buy at snow.com.
The Rocky Mountain Super passes are on sale till Dec 15, 2013. They can still be purchased online at skicolorado.com. Winter Park is also offering a two day pass for $97 for a limited time. Blackout days apply. Buy here.
Smaller non-destination resorts still have their passes available too. Check their website for purchase. Expect sales to stop within the next week or two.
The Mountain Collective pass is still available too. Get two days on-slope at eight world class ski resorts you’ve read about in Ski and Skiing. 50% off additional days Expect sales to stop any day now. Buy at http://mountaincollective.com/
Still time to get free or discount lift tickets for the kiddo’s too. The 5th and 6th Grade Passports are still on sale. Vail Resorts School of Shred pass sales stopped November 24, 2013.
The snow has been falling pretty hard across the high country in Colorado. Conditions are most excellent for skiing, snowboarding, and skibiking. And skibiking is now permitted at Crested Butte this season too!
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