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Old 02-25-2010, 12:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hey everyone, i'm probably taking a trip out to Frisco, CO the end of next month and i was wondering does anyone know of any multi-day lift ticket deals or super pass deals for that area?

a friend of a friend has a house right in Frisco so that's where we're staying but as far as resorts go we're open to visiting different ones in the area.

i know in Utah there's a super pass deal for $150 and it's good for 3 days of riding and you have your choice of several different mountains (like snowbird, the canyons, etc.) so i was hoping to maybe find a similar deal for the Frisco area. any responses are greatly appreciated. thanks in advance.
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If any of the people with you are in the armed forces then they can go on base and score some discounted lift tickets
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Not sure about multi-passes but there are a boat load of discounted Copper lift tickets on ebay right now. $55/day which is pretty good and Copper is the best place to ride in Summit Co. IMO
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There are buy one free coupons for Copper at Wendy's or at some gas stations if you buy 10 gallons of gasolina. Which is more than likely what those copper passes aer on CL.
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Not to mention, Copper has a new marketing program going on, called the Swinger's Pass, if you have a lift pass to any other resort in the world and you bring it to Copper, you get a lift pass for $39. Wicked deal IMO.

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Not to mention, Copper has a new marketing program going on, called the Swinger's Pass, if you have a lift pass to any other resort in the world and you bring it to Copper, you get a lift pass for $39. Wicked deal IMO.

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Shit totally forgot about that. Mostly going to only apply to people in the Colorado area though.
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Huh, I was under the impression the it was any pass from anywhere. But I could be wrong, wouldn't be the first time!
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Huh, I was under the impression the it was any pass from anywhere. But I could be wrong, wouldn't be the first time!
I honestly have no clue. I guess I just assumed they meant a VR pass. I wonder also if it visitors can show just a lift ticket instead of a season pass.
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if you tour some timeshare condos in breck you get 2 free lift tickets. my friends gf went to it and got the tix no prob
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I honestly have no clue. I guess I just assumed they meant a VR pass. I wonder also if it visitors can show just a lift ticket instead of a season pass.

What it means is that if you have a season pass to other mountains anywhere in the US (not sure about other countries) show it to them, and you only pay $39 for a lift ticket. So if people who have season passes from Oregon, East coast, or even Vail resorts, they dont have to pay the full price as long as they show their season pass.
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