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Old 01-24-2012, 12:26 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Thanks for posting this! The tickets are an especially good deal right now because riding conditions are great in bounds and pretty dicey outside the ropes and things aren't going to get better soon. We have lots of tickets, although we did sell out of some already. Pricey? Maybe, but still less than full pop and we use the money to put out forecasts and education to keep you alive. which we think counts for something. Think of them as a donation that comes with a bonus day of free riding.
YES! Thanks for making an account over here. You guys are the best in the land! Pshh some people just want things for free I guess would rather give you guys money and know it goes to a kickass organization that saves lives on a daily basis.
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you can also buy discounted lift tickets to most of the resorts in utah from here:

canyonsports.com
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Old 01-24-2012, 12:34 PM   #13 (permalink)
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you can also buy discounted lift tickets to most of the resorts in utah from here:

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Seriously? This thread is about helping the Utah Avalanche Center keep their doors open, which in turn helps keep the resorts open. Not about where you can find the cheapest ticket.

For the record highway departments in addition to backcountry travelers use info from the UAC to plan their avalanche mitigation programs to keep the roads to the resorts open. Without them, access would be denied far more often than most people would like. Especially for out of state travelers.

The UAC is one of the best out there. I highly recommend supporting them.
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Old 01-24-2012, 12:44 PM   #14 (permalink)
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you can also buy discounted lift tickets to most of the resorts in utah from here:

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You're joking right? Please stay in Texas and never come here. Go to Steamboat where you will be welcomed. Thanks!
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Old 01-24-2012, 12:49 PM   #15 (permalink)
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you can also buy discounted lift tickets to most of the resorts in utah from here:

canyonsports.com
Besides CS sucks there's better and cheaper places to get tickets in SLC if the UAC is out of the specific resort you need or whatever.
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Hey, I'd love to support the cause, but it says they'll be "mailed" to me free of charge. I'll be there this Saturday, leaving on a plane tomorrow. Maybe next time.
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If you are getting ones from bc.com I am sure you can go to the warehouse and just pick them up instead on Friday.
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Sure wish BC would restock all they have left is Wolf Creek and Sundance :-(
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Sure wish BC would restock all they have left is Wolf Creek and Sundance :-(
You can still buy Canyons lift tix from BC, but they don't appear to be linked with the UAC anymore. I wish they still were as I just purchased 3 and still need PCMR tix.
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You're joking right? Please stay in Texas and never come here. Go to Steamboat where you will be welcomed. Thanks!
Bahahaha burned..
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