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03-06-2013 06:39 PM
timmytard
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Originally Posted by Skinny Bam View Post
Are you set on riding Beaver Creek? If so or even for any of the Vail resorts the only thing you can really do is buy online a head of time to save a few bucks. Ive got a bunch of buy-one-get one free lift tickets that are good at Copper Mountain, Winter Park, Loveland and 3 other mountains but the 3 I listed are probably the only ones close enough for you to do. PM me if you are interested.
With 2 separate 2for1 coupons you can go for free. For instance.
1 ticket @ $100 a piece.
You need $200 for 4 tickets.

Find 3 other people standing in the lineup.
Ask them if they want to save $40 bucks.

They will say yes, it's a no-brainer.
They each pay $66.66 & are happier than pigs in shit.

There isn't words that describe how sweet it is, to go for free.

Even if you have to buy them off Craigslist, it's much cheaper



TT
03-06-2013 06:06 PM
Lstarrasl When are you going to BC?
03-03-2013 11:56 PM
Skinny Bam Are you set on riding Beaver Creek? If so or even for any of the Vail resorts the only thing you can really do is buy online a head of time to save a few bucks. Ive got a bunch of buy-one-get one free lift tickets that are good at Copper Mountain, Winter Park, Loveland and 3 other mountains but the 3 I listed are probably the only ones close enough for you to do. PM me if you are interested.
02-27-2013 05:22 PM
bpfarmer
Help w Beaver Creek Lift Tickets

Hi, I'm headed out West to ski for the first time after spending my whole life enjoying the ice in VT - now just getting a severe case of sticker shock looking at these lift ticket prices. Just wondering if anyone has tickets/passes to sell or could point me in the right direction as far as saving money.

Appreciate it!

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