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10-20-2012 08:16 PM
katieleigh970 My bf and I bought season passes this year but it was because Wells Fargo did this promotion where if you opened up a bank account they gave you buy one get one free for rocky mountain super passes (copper mountain and Winter park) so it was only like 200 a person instead of 450 some each. So we lucked out this year.
10-20-2012 06:24 PM
Penzer On the bright side, it started snowing on the locals
10-20-2012 05:53 PM
Donutz
Dangers of buying a season's pass

I bought our family pass back in September for Seymour (60% off!), and today we went into a local snowboard shop where they'd arranged to do the pix and give us the actual passes. So nice of the shop to volunteer their space for free, right? So selfless...

Yeah, coz I went in there with 3 members of the species Homo Femalius Spendicus. Walked out $1300 lighter. OK, I did get myself a jacket too, but jeez....

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