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Twenty-Eight Ways to Ski at 2-for-1

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During a weekend drive to Salt Lake and back this weekend to see Real Salt Lake’s losing (but intense) effort against FC Dallas, I began think of all the ways I’ve used to get 2-1 lift tickets. As the list grew, I expanded my horizons and found more, and more, and more.

However, there are still more I have not found, use the comments section at the bottom to let me know the 2-1 pass deals you’ve finagled or the ones your resort is running:

    1. Be a local on a Monday (Sundance, UT)
    2. Buy a combo meal at a local fast food joint (Brighton, UT)
    3. Find a 2-1 voucher under the seat at a Warren Miller show (Snowbasin, UT)
    4. Find a coupon in a “Happenings” coupon book (Sundance, UT)
    5. Have an X96 (radio station) freeloader card (Brighton, UT)
    6. Fill up with gas at a local services station (Anonymous)
    7. Buy one through Liftopia, get the other free (Blach Mountain, NH)
    8. Attend a specific BYU football game (Sundance, UT)
    9. Buy 10 gallons of Shell gas (Northstar/Sierra at Tahoe)
    10. Find a coupon in the “E” book (Copper Mountain, CO)
    11. Use your American Express card during specific mid-week dates (Camelback, PA)
    12. Buy Upstate Farms Intense milk and save the cap (Holiday Valley, NY)
    13. Buy McCafe or hot chocolate at McDonalds (Holiday Valley, NY)
    14. Ski on Thursday with a friend (Mt Abram, ME)
    15. Buy 10 gallons of Phillips 66 gas (Winter Park, CO)
    16. Attend the SIA Snow Show (Colorado Ski Country Resorts)
    17. Attend a Colorado Avalanche Game (Winter Park, CO)
    18. Ski Tuesdays and Wednesday with a friend (Lost Valley, ME)
    19. Get oil changed at Jiffy Lube (Bear Mtn / Snow Summit, CA)
    20. Ski on Tuesday (Mt Rose, NV)
    21. Ski Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday (King Pine, NH)
    22. Get married en masse on a certain day (Loveland, CO)
    23. Buy a Colorado “Gems” card (Arapahoe Basin / Powderhorn, CO)
    24. Attend Warren Miller movie and ski in the spring (Crystal Mountain, WA)
    25. Sign up for the draft newsletter (Killington, VT)
    26. Be a Mountain Sports Club member (Jay Peak, VT)
    27. Bring a Concord Monitor 2-1 column to the ticket window (Jay Peak, VT)
    28. Get a voucher at the local Zumiez (Heavenly, CA/NV)
    29. What others have you heard of?

      About Gregg & SlopeFillers
      I've had more first-time visitors lately, so adding a quick "about" section. I started SlopeFillers in 2010 with the simple goal of sharing great resort marketing strategies. Today I run marketing for resort ecommerce and CRM provider Inntopia, my home mountain is the lovely Nordic Valley, and my favorite marketing campaign remains the Ski Utah TV show that sold me on skiing as a kid in the 90s.

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