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8 tips for saving money on Colorado ski slopes – Colorado Springs Gazette

So you missed the early-bird deals on season passes. You missed the first, best way to ski a lot and.......

So you missed the early-bird deals on season passes. You missed the first, best way to ski a lot and save money. But there are several other tricks to the trade in Colorado. Here’s what to know before breaking the bank on the state’s increasingly pricey slopes:

BE SURE TO BOOK IN ADVANCE

This one probably goes without saying. As with any vacation, it pays to reserve sooner rather than later. Don’t wait to hop online and snag your passes, lessons and lodging. Yes, you’re taking a chance with unpredictable powder, but at least you can guarantee savings.

AVOID RESORT RENTAL SHOPS

If you’re without gear, local shops are ready to equip you at a much better rate than resorts — plus you won’t have to wait when you could be in line to board the lift. Westminster’s Colorado Sports Rent and Centennial’s Eskimo Ski and Board are great bets. In Colorado Springs, check out The Ski Shop and Colorado Kite and Ski.

SKI THE GEMS

Colorado Ski Country USA picks 11 low-key mountains in its association to host visitors on a sweet deal. Arapahoe Basin, Monarch and Loveland have been among “hidden gems” listed on the Gems Card. Heading into the season, the pass was $39 for a pair of two-for-one lift tickets or a pair of 30% off tickets.

GO FOR 4

For many a Coloradan, four days on the slopes will satisfy. That’s mostly for the satisfying discount. Several ski areas offer four-packs that translate close to half-off window prices.

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Source: https://gazette.com/life/8-tips-for-saving-money-on-colorado-ski-slopes/article_2f14e50e-0689-11ec-9064-97dfbbb570eb.html