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Slide Into Savings with Deals and Packages at Vermont Ski Areas

Photo courtesy Smugglers' Notch Resort

The thrill of skiing or snowboarding in Vermont is its own reward – but that doesn’t make us any less stoked when a great deal helps save some hard-earned bucks. Vermont’s ski resorts recognize this, and the result is a multitude of special offers, packages and other incentives that help lower the price tag for those looking to build some priceless memories on the mountain.

Ski Vermont also gets in on the money-saving act, with its Take 3 Pass and 5th Grade Passport.

Smugglers’ Notch
One of the best deals in skiing and riding is the Smugglers’ Notch Bash Badge. This unique pass has been a staple in thousands of skiers’ and riders’ artillery for decades. The Bash Badge gives its owner rights to $30 full day and $20 half day tickets (beginning at 12 noon), all Winter long! For an initial investment of as little as $99 ($79 for youth ages 6-18), Badge holders can reload online and head straight to the lift! Day ticket buyers can also get deals on tickets by reloading their Notch card online to receive special pricing. (www.smuggs.com)

Mad River Glen
Season passes and Mad Cards purchased pre-season are the best values offered. This year we are offering a new pass product for skiers aged 19-29, the Twixster Pass for only $249 gets unrestricted access to all of our terrain. Once the season starts the best values can be found by purchasing online especially if one skis during off-peak times and/or are able to commit in advance. Roll Back the Clock Day is the last Tuesday in January when we bring back our original 1949 opening day ticket price of $3.50! Check the calendar regularly for up-to-the-minute deals.

Killington Resort
The best way to share the love for winter sports is to introduce someone to skiing or riding. Register a friend or family member for a Learn to Ski or Ride package at Killington Resort, any day during the season, and get a FREE lift ticket for yourself valid on the same day.

Stratton Mountain Resort
Another option for those not ready to take advantage of the Ikon Pass, with unlimited access to iconic destinations around the globe, is Stratton’s new Flex 4, a direct-to-lift pass loaded with four visits, including weekends and holidays, for less than the price of three. Stratton offers new ways to ski, ride and save starting with the holiday getaway (valid from 12/8 to 12/25) that offers savings of up to 40% off. For a midweek getaway, two-night, three-day stays are offered at up 50% off. Winters are made for long weekends; those who stay Friday and Saturday nights save 60% off Thursday or Sunday night.  Email subscribers will be first to hear of flash sales throughout the season.

Mount Snow
When it comes to saving on lift tickets or lodging at Mount Snow, remember to buy early and save! With lift tickets starting at $12, there’s plenty of great deals to be had, but quantities are limited so it’s best to buy early. Ski and Stay lodging packages start at just $79 for a night at Snow Lake Lodge, conveniently located across the street from the resort.

Okemo
Planning ahead proves to be prudent. Whether it’s lodging or lift access, when guests book their winter getaway early they can save money. When they book winter lodging of three nights or more by Sept. 19, 2019, skiers and riders visiting Okemo will save up to 20 percent. Early birds who are planning to visit Okemo before Dec. 15 can get a third night free when they reserve two nights at any of Okemo's beautiful lodging properties at the regular rate. When it comes to skiing and riding, an Epic Pass is the best season-pass deal around. Epic provides tremendous variety and savings. Details about all Epic Pass options are available at epicpass.com. And new this year, Okemo is part of the new Northeast College Pass. Undergrad and graduate students can ski or ride at Okemo. Stowe and Mount Sunapee for just $399!

Suicide Six Ski Area
The Woodstock Inn & Resort offers exciting vacation packages and specials that are tailored to each visitor. Choose from endless options including family vacation deals, ski & stay packages, spa retreats and unique Vermont getaways. If you're searching for a reason to visit New England, they have the resort deal you're looking for.

https://www.woodstockinn.com/shop/packages

Bolton Valley Resort
Ski and Stay packages in the slopeside, ski-in, ski-out Inn at Bolton Valley are affordably priced and include ski-to-your-door lodging, lift tickets, and unlimited use of the on-site Sports Center including indoor pool, sauna and hot tub.

Adult All Terrain Season passes provide season long access to the lifts, cross country skiing trails and expansive backcountry terrain. Not sure a pass is right for you? Join us for $29 Mondays for most non-peak Mondays throughout the season and/or $25 night skiing and riding lift tickets every Tuesday through Saturday night from 4-10pm.

Sugarbush Resort
Sugarbush is partnered with both the Ikon Pass and the Mountain Collective Pass for those looking to enjoy several days at multiple resorts. On sale soon thru November only, Sugarbush has packaged four, completely unrestricted 2019/20 Adult All Mountain lift tickets with The Quad Pack. These tickets are transferable, so you and your friends, family, or co-workers can use them.

Stowe Mountain Resort
Stowe’s Epic Day Pass, new for 2019-20, provides unprecedented flexibility and season pass discounts to guests skiing as little as one day. With the customizable pass, guests can unlock discounts of up to 50 percent off lift ticket window prices by selecting the number of days they plan to ski or ride – from one day to seven days – and whether or not to add holiday access.

Pico Mountain
Every day at Pico is a deal with some of the lowest ticket prices around, but if you don’t have much time, check out the goods Sunday afternoon with our Sunday Sampler. Whether you're wrapping up your weekend or starting off your week, the Sunday Sampler will get you on the slopes for less.

Magic Mountain
While Magic has some of the most affordable day tickets, and season pass / card options around, it is also working with its sister independent area to offer more opportunities and value to its season pass holders or day ticket customers. For example, unlimited pass holders at Magic gets 3 FREE days at 19 other independent ski area for zero extra cost as part of the Freedom Alliance. In addition, Magic has joined the new Indy Pass which for just $199, provides the opportunity to discover 36 independent ski areas (2 days at each). It’s a great add-on to a season pass, or for those that don’t ski more than 10 days a season and usually buy day tickets, it’s a great way to get the benefits of a multi-resort season pass without committing to any one resort. And, for those that love to get the best deal out there—there our famous Throwback Card. Priced between $99-$149, The Magic Throwback Card brings the 1980s back with $29 tickets any time the card holder visits Magic all season long, even holidays and powder days. https://magicmtn.com/passes-cards/

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