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Old 12-06-2011, 08:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Sale starts tonight.. anyone going?
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JUST GOT 2 seats from sneaking a wrench into the stadium screwing all the bolts and putting the seat in a big back with a blanket over it. 2 dollar wrench for seats worth 500 dollars good deal (go section 313)
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I was wondering if they would have decent boards there. I was buying a board tonight but getting it full price and won't get free lift tickets (buying it from a local shop)... So not sure what type of boards they have if someone can give everyone a run down that would be awesome... but from the ones on the site promoting the event it seems the gear will be begginer stuff from last year?
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HAHA this is great I was wondering how they would keep people from venturing the stadium never been. But it looks like people may have free rain over a certain section.
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I was wondering if they would have decent boards there. I was buying a board tonight but getting it full price and won't get free lift tickets (buying it from a local shop)... So not sure what type of boards they have if someone can give everyone a run down that would be awesome... but from the ones on the site promoting the event it seems the gear will be begginer stuff from last year?
Yeah I don't know what they'll have besides last season's stock. Maybe give them a call?

Agreed -- it would be cool if anyone who goes tonight can give us an idea of what's there.
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They have some of the deal listed on their website. Pretty much crap: Snowboard Sale | Page 1 | Mount Everest's Stadium Sale

I'm sure they do have some decent deal though if you're willing to get there early and wade through a bunch of crap.
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Ive been the last several years. Take a look at there outlet section on the stores website. thats mostly what they will have. From my experience its all old stuff from last year and older.

The thing is tho that many shops including Mt Everest will give you a free lift ticket.

Last time i checked Everest will give you a free lift ticket to Mt Creek with a new board plus a free tune card. Plus there willing to slightly negotiate also. I got them to take off 10% and give me 2 free lift tickets when i bought a brand new Lib but i am very good at negotiating, i wouldent count on them doing it again. But i am willing to bet u could get them to throw in an extra pass to Mt Creek if you negotiate. There good people there

Also Pelican by me will give you a free lift ticket also that works at several resorts.

Make sure you ask about both these as they may not give them unless u ask. You can always call first also
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Ive been the last several years. Take a look at there outlet section on the stores website. thats mostly what they will have. From my experience its all old stuff from last year and older.

The thing is tho that many shops including Mt Everest will give you a free lift ticket.

Last time i checked Everest will give you a free lift ticket to Mt Creek with a new board plus a free tune card. Plus there willing to slightly negotiate also. I got them to take off 10% and give me 2 free lift tickets when i bought a brand new Lib but i am very good at negotiating, i wouldent count on them doing it again. But i am willing to bet u could get them to throw in an extra pass to Mt Creek if you negotiate. There good people there

Also Pelican by me will give you a free lift ticket also that works at several resorts.

Make sure you ask about both these as they may not give them unless u ask. You can always call first also
I'm getting my board from Ski Barn tonight just because they are the closest. Hopefully a free lift ticket comes out of it!
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So I went yesterday. I was impressed by how well it was organized and presented. I half expected it to be a large room with everything laid out in a flea market-esque way like bins and tables. But it was really well done. I didn't look through everything but noticed discounts from 15%-60%.

It meandered through different rooms. The resorts were in the first section and some had show deals on lift tix and/or packages. The Outerwear and gear areas were next, each in their own section. Towards the end there were a few more resorts and accessories like gloves and knit hats.

There was quality stuff; so even if it was last season's, it wasn't all crap.

Definitely worth checking out if you're looking for things like accessories or resort deals. If you're looking for specific hard goods, it might be hit or miss.

The staff was present, friendly, and all very helpful.
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