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Costco Coupons are Out

This is what's available in Calgary. Whitefish one looks tempting....














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Sick! Wonder if my local Costco in Vancouver has them too... will have to investigate.

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Need someone in Utah to compare CostCo prices to the lift house and see if their cheaper or not.

edit:....Sorry didn't see this was a BC specific thread

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These are all basically the deals you get if you have a BC season pass somewhere.

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Does anyone know if there is a Costco between Abbotsford and Revelstoke? I'll be driving out there from Seattle mid-February.

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Looks like Lake Louise is a little more expensive than last year. It was about $120 right on the money including GST for two tickets. Thanks for posting! I've bought these before and they're a good deal, nice thing is too you get the actual lift ticket at costco so you don't have to go stand in line for an hour at lake louise.

I'm going to try to stick to resorts on my season pass this year...
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There is one in abbotsford other wise you will have to go to kelowna or kamloops. Go to costco.ca to see all details. Keep in mind bc might have different packages than we get in southern Alberta.

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Looks like Lake Louise is a little more expensive than last year. It was about $120 right on the money including GST for two tickets. Thanks for posting! I've bought these before and they're a good deal, nice thing is too you get the actual lift ticket at costco so you don't have to go stand in line for an hour at lake louise.

I'm going to try to stick to resorts on my season pass this year...
Yea DTL rocks. They are pretty good for occasional visits. But if you go at least 4 times to a single resort the loyalty cards are the way to go.

I got the Louise pass + RCR and sunshine cards for this year. Will see if I should have grabbed the Superpass instead. lol.

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I got the Louise pass + RCR and sunshine cards for this year. Will see if I should have grabbed the Superpass instead. lol.
I went with the RCR pass last year, and bought day passes to Louise from Costco... Liked Louise enough to get it added to the pass this year. So I got Fernie, Lake Louise, Nakiska, Kicking Horse and Kimberley!

I just found I did enough days at LL last year that it was worthwhile adding to the pass.

Should be a fun year! I made Nakiskas opening day last weekend, taking next Friday off to hit Lake Louise' opening day. We'll see about Fernie and KH but I'd like to hit all the opening days (except Kimberley).
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Yea it should be good. I just realized Nov.9th is Friday and not Saturday...... Might have to use a flex day there.

RCR resorts all seem like better done as overnighters except for Nakiska. I've only done them as long trips while living in Edmonton. (Moved here in April.) So we'll see if I change my opinion on it.

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