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November 07, 2005

Last day for discounted Frequency Passes at Big Sky

Imagine showing up at a resort, scanning your frequency pass at the lift, avoiding any kind of lift line (since there rarely is one), having your credit card charged $20 bucks less than the schmucks are paying at the ticket counter, and rolling up on over 3,000 acres of the best skiing in the country. Sounds like an insanely good deal right? Then on top of that, add an entire week of ***FREE*** skiing, several weeks of half priced skiing, discounts at the lodge, and it sounds too good to be true.

From Big Sky's Website:

$59 ($80 after 11/7/05)

Instead of standing in line for ticket, your pass is scanned at the lifts and a charge is made to the credit card you have on file. You can still choose to pay at window if you wish.

AMAZING $20 PER DAY DISCOUNT! Adults with Frequency Card pay only $45, Junior/College $25

  • 7 Free ski days Sunday, 11/27/05 - Saturday, 12/03/05
  • Half-price every Wednesday, from Nov. 30, 2005 - Feb. 15, 2006 (Adult $33, Junior/College $23)
  • Half-price Jan. 2-8 and April 2-16, 2005
  • Receive $20 off the regular $65 day rate ($45 adult, $25 junior)
  • $5 off when window prices $50 or less
  • 25% discount on adult group ski/snowboard lessons any Saturday, all season
  • 50% discount on Huntley Lodging (some restrictions apply)
  • 10% discount on any retail items at any Big Sky outlet
  • Purchase by Nov. 7, 2005. No cards sold Nov. 27-Dec. 3, 2005
This is my third season of buying a Big Sky Frequency pass that costs $59 through today. Tomorrow, the cost goes to $80, which is still incredible considering the free week of skiing. This is part of why I spend Thanksgiving in Montana at my mom's house. Free lodging and free skiing. Plus free Turkey.

Big Sky has everything you could ever ask for and is right outside Yellowstone National Park.

Posted by Justin at November 7, 2005 11:13 AM