Tired of paying more than $100 for a day on the slopes? There are a few ways to enjoy the snow without paying full fare. Liftopia just launched their latest promotion featuring up to 72% off lift tickets for Christmas and New Year’s – great days to hit the slopes, with fewer crowds, shorter lift lines, wide–open runs and more powder time. The further in advance you book, the more you will save. Here are some examples of the savings that can be found on Liftopia for Dec. 25 and Jan. 1: ·Arapahoe Basin, CO: one-day lift tickets starting at $50.99 (43% off) Copper Mountain, CO: one-day lift tickets starting at $89 (22% off) Granby Ranch, CO: one-day lift tickets starting at $21.99 (29% off) Winter Park, CO: one-day lift tickets starting at $95 (20% off).
If the prices or resorts on Liftopia don’t make you want to drop everything and head to the powder, try calling your local King Soopers or Safeway. King Soopers and Safeway sell discounted daily lift tickets for ski resorts along the Colorado Front Range including Breckenridge, Winter Park, Copper Mountain, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, Loveland, Ski Cooper, Sunlight, Solvista, Monarch, and Eldora. These grocery store do not sell discounted daily lift tickets for Vail, Aspen, Steamboat, Beaver Creek, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk, Telluride, Silverton Mountain, and any resort not already mentioned in the above list. The City Market in Dillon, CO does sell discount daily lift tickets. If you purchase a multi-day ticket to Breckenridge or Keystone, one of the days can be used at Vail or Beaver Creek. Single day and multi-day lift tickets to Vail and Beaver Creek are not sold at any grocery store or Costco in Colorado.
We strongly suggest you use the savings to buy yourself a hot chocolate at the end of the day. For some of us, it’s the best part of a day in a mountain town! 🙂