Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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Conditions here normally don't warrant a season pass. Hello, Ice Coast. Last year, I just went on locals' nights during the week, and had coupons from my pop's work. I never paid full price, so a season pass would have cost me more. This year conditions are great, but the coupons dried up. Wishing I had bought a season pass this year when I had the cash for it. It's a gamble unless you're very close to a resort that has consistently good conditions.
:edit: Seems like a season pass to my local resorts doesn't work for half the season. And they have varying levels- most of them won't let you go whenever, so I'd be stuck taking a lot of time off work. It's a catch 22 really- anything the resorts can do to suck your wallet dry.
Snow or sun, not rain
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I can ride the slopes with snow, the streets with sun, but rain just plain sucks.
Last edited by Phenix_Rider; 01-11-2010 at 02:17 PM.