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September 30, 2007

Frequent Sky Cards

Every year, I post about great deals that are available to cut the cost of skiing for folks. Every year, I post about two things (and this year I will add a 3rd because it is almost time for me to stop my boycott against Sunrise). Here is the first:

The Big Sky, Montana, Frequent Sky Card for $75 ($125 after Halloween):

  • $20 off the regular season window rate (Adult $55, Senior $45, Junior/College $35)
  • $5 off when adult window prices are $50 or less
  • 14 free ski days ( Sunday, November 25-Saturday, December 1, 2007& Monday,April 7, 2008-Sunday, April 13, 2008.)
  • Wednesday, January 2-Sunday, January 6, 2008 half price of regular season rate (Adults $38, Senior $33, Juniors $28)
  • 50% discount on Huntley Lodging (opening- Jan. 6, 2008; April 7-13, 2008) Additional dates available, contact reservations; some restrictions apply
  • 10% discount on any retail items in any Big Sky Resort outlet.
  • 25% OFF adult group ski/snowboard lessons any Saturday, all season.
  • Purchase after October 31, 2007: $125. No cards sold during free ski week or after December 31, 2007.
  • Two for One Tube Park Tickets after 6pm. Tubing down the Mountain is always more fun with a friend. Stop by Big Sky Sports to learn more about this new fun activity.

The first day of the free week pays for the card right there.

Oh, yeah, and add in that Big Sky has 4,000 feet of vertical and close to 5,000 acres... well, it is just a smoking deal. I am planning a trip to Big Sky over Thanksgiving that I missed last year. I never pass up a free day of skiing.

Posted by Justin at September 30, 2007 07:46 PM