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Hey guy's I'm just trying to understand the Revelstoke lift ticket that Costco is selling. The Ticket states on it from the pictures that "seriouscat" posted
2 adult full day lift tickets for $98.99, does that mean if you purchase one ticket, it's valid for one day of riding for two adults, or is it valid for 1 adult for two day's of riding?

I know this is a stupid question but I'm just trying to confirm before we fly out to Calgary and buy tickets. Here's what we need.

3 friends riding on this trip.
4 Total day's of riding.

What I thought we needed at first was 2 passes @ $98.99 each x 2 per person = 4 day's of riding each.
so a total of 6 passes for all 3 of us at a grand total of $594.00 plus tax and that would cover all our riding for the 4 days total. Am I way off on this or can someone point me in the right direction. Thanks guy's!

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It's just two pre printed tickets. You can split them up

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I guess what I'm asking is if I buy one pass for myself can I use it for two different days or do both pass need to be used on the same day.
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You get 2 days tickets with each package. Ticket just says 1 Day Direct lift ticket, valid for 2012-2013 season. Nothing that says you have to use them on same day.

(Note this might not be true for the other passes, each resort is a little different and I've only bought the Revy ones.)

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I guess what I'm asking is if I buy one pass for myself can I use it for two different days or do both pass need to be used on the same day.
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It's just two pre printed tickets. You can split them up
Don't over think it free_rider!
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Thanks for the clarification guys as I'm just being paranoid and want to make sure we're on the same Page lol

Next question, any locals want to spend a few hours with us and show us the sweet spots around the mountain?
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Going to Fernie. Does anyone know if you can still get the Fernie costco card? Any other ways to get a cheaper ticket to Fernie?

So many runs so little time.
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I don't recall fernie having one to begin with. Try to get a rcr card on kijiji or if you book one of the hill hotels they will give u 25% discount on ticket.

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Actually my friend from Toronto came out around xmas and she got a Fernie card at the Costco near crossiron. Was about $130-140 or so I thought... still saves $20 a day. She got a card with credit for two lift tickets on it.
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Are these cards available in the CostCo in Vancouver? Or any CostCo between there are Revelstoke?
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