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1/19/09 3:21 P

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I can't say for certain, since it's not my area, but locally in the Tahoe area, REI sells lift tickets at a discount, and I know there are ski shops or maybe even at the slopes where you can get a ticket for a number of mountains at a discount.

When I skied out of Salt Lake City last year I got a lift ticket discount from the hotel we stayed at.

Maybe check on-line, to see what info you can get there,

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1/19/09 11:19 A

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I'm off to a week in Breckenridge on Feb 1st and trying to figure out the most cost effective way to maximize our time on the slopes.

Anyone have any "ins" on scoring some lift ticket deals?

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