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I'm headed up Dec20-23 and I'm planning to go there atleast one day, but $115 for a days ticket kinda stings.....are there ever any local discounts to be had, shops, supermarkets, etc? Thanks in advance
 

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I'm headed up Dec20-23 and I'm planning to go there atleast one day, but $115 for a days ticket kinda stings.....are there ever any local discounts to be had, shops, supermarkets, etc? Thanks in advance
$115?

That's gotta be for 2 people or 2 days. Unrestricted single tickets are $55 thru any ski club until the end of October.

Unless you're going to be there anyway, pre-January isn't worth $25....maybe one run open (they'll call it 12 runs, but it's really one)
 

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Tremblant is truly insanely busy in the Xmas season, I heard they make half their money from the 25th of dec to Jan 2nd, and having been there once at that time I could believe it.

I just got an email from them with lodging deals that end on Dec 18th. My brother in law has a pass from there that allows him to ski at all times except over the xmas season. All signs point to few discounts at that time. However lift tickets look like they can be had for $50/day if you buy now from this link:

Latitude Card - The best discounts to ski Tremblant with no compromise! - Tremblant Ski

not sure about the $115, is that ski and stay?

latitutude card seems like the edge card at whistler, best way to go.
 

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Yeah but what they don't tell you until you call, is that card is for 2 days and up. So yeah it's a good deal, but way busy, $110ish for 2 days, when for $350 Im slopeside at Blanc w/ daily tickets. Im almost tempted to drive there one day and if conditions are weak, and all I see is people, go to St Saviour or something and save the $60 for beers and a tshirt!
 

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No way Tremblant is 115$ for only the lift ticket, that's more expensive than regular season. If that is for hotel +lift ticket then good deal.

Not sure how long it will last but usually they have cheaper tickets at the start of the season. Also check out Costco, they usually have Tremblant lift deals that include a 10$ meal voucher.

Have you ever been to Tremblant, Mont Blanc or Sauveur? If this is a vacation and not just driving up for the day I would suggest you go to Tremblant. The other ones are like small Ontario hills compared to Tremblant. Go to their websites and look at the trailmaps.

Tremblant also has the village so if you like to party then the place can not be beat and definitely worth paying a bit extra to be near the action.
 

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Check at costco last year they had day passes for 66$ and it included 10$ for lunch plus 50% off on rental
 

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A normal ticket is $79 for the day, if you buy 2 days in advance it is $49/day. This is from their site. Where are you getting $115?
 

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No I've never been, and I'm staying at Blanc for 3nts. The $115 was the rough total for the Latitude card, which is a 2-day minimum and how you get the $49/day rate. so you figure $79 a day+CA taxes in the end, which ends up about what, close to $90 maybe? I'll still roll one day prolly if its not crazy busy, I'm not going to Canada to ride 40 trial resorts like PA has, but I'm gonna chill at Blanc and hit up Tremblant one day, then just enjoy the surroundings, maybe drive out to nowhere land one night and try to see the lights, not sure yet
 

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Yeah exactly. I mean so that's $120 for 2 days or $91 n change for one, according to this:
Canadian Sales Tax Calculator (GST - HST - PST) | HelpSME.com

So if I go one, I might as well ride 2. But my tix for Mont Blanc are included with my stay, so depends on funds I guess. I think the latitude card is like a 48hr pre-purchase too.

In regards to daylight and "night-skiiing", I was look at Mt St. Saveaur and I noticed the full day ticket is good till like 4pm, and nights till like 6pm or something? Forgive my ignorance, but when's it dark by up there come December?
 

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For night skiing Mt St. Saveaur should be open till 10 or 11 i would think just like other hills with night skiing.
 
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