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There any deals for lift tickets i should know about for whistler grouse/seymour/cypress heck even baker? 2 for 1s or discounts or anything.
I"m back home for 2.5 weeks and i want to snowboard a lot.
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not a chance
Pretty much, the mountains know they can basically charge what they want (especially whistler) if you're a student play that card because you can get some great deals that way.
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Yeah figured ill play teh student card
no costco deals?
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There any deals for lift tickets i should know about for whistler grouse/seymour/cypress heck even baker? 2 for 1s or discounts or anything.
I"m back home for 2.5 weeks and i want to snowboard a lot.
A good start to saving money would be to avoid Whistler.

Ride Baker, Seymour and Hemlock. Ticket prices are much lower, especially Baker and Hemlock for what they are
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A good start to saving money would be to avoid Whistler
Yup about $112 with tax for a day pass.
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I got a few days on Whistler by waiting at the bottom of gondola and asking people that are leaving if they would like to recycle their pass, just bring some fingernail clippers and a black tye wrap.
True it's a little embarrassing and you gotta wait till like 11:00, but it's a great way for a broke ass to get some shred.
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I got a few days on Whistler by waiting at the bottom of gondola and asking people that are leaving if they would like to recycle their pass, just bring some fingernail clippers and a black tye wrap.
True it's a little embarrassing and you gotta wait till like 11:00, but it's a great way for a broke ass to get some shred.
Some bloke did that to us the other day, I couldn't give him mine cause its a seasons pass, but Dad gave the guy his.
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