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Discount Lift Tickets at Mount Snow

Lift tickets are expensive. We all know that. In fact, full-day adult lift tickets for a Saturday or Sunday at Mount Snow are up to $79. Stowe, up north, still takes the cake, though, at $84 for a full-day lift ticket.

But if you know where to look and you plan accordingly, there are plenty of ways to get your hands on Mount Snow discount lift tickets, especially if you're a family with young children.

I Don't Wanna Grow Up The only thing better than a discount is absolutely free. And every single day, children under the age of 5 ski free at Snow. Youth Pay Their Age Day (13 years old? Pay 13 bucks) is another hugely popular way to save big - this year it's January 9, 2011. Plan accordingly.

Holiday Savings On Valentines Day, February 14, 2011, score a couples-only 2-lift ticket special for $49. On St. Patrick's Day, Marcy 17, 2011, anyone and everyone can buy a lift ticket for $17.

College Student Mount Snow discount lift tickets Mount Snow is hosting two separate College Weeks this season. January 3 - 7 and January 10 - 14, all college students simply need to present their ID at the ticket window and they're receive $29 tickets.January 3-7 & 10-14, 2011

Buy Online and Save If you purchase lift tickets online directly through mountsnow.com, you can save 5%. One caveat, though, you must purchase at least a 2-day ticket.

Craigslist Craigslist is great for buying a used lawnmower, but it's also a great place to find discount lift tickets. Search in your area first, but then remember that you can simply type "craigslist 'mount snow' lift ticket" into a Google search and get results for all regions at once, rather than having to check each region within Craigslist.org.

And if you're coming up to ski or ride at Mount Snow, you might as well get a great deal on a place to stay. Check out our listings of long and short-term southern Vermont real estate rentals, available all winter long. We're located just 10 - 15 minutes from the base of Mount Snow.

Save big, go big. Have fun on the slopes and be safe.

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