There is no doubt, Aspen, Colorado offers some of the best skiing in the U.S., and with its world-famous ski areas across four mountains, there are options suitable for all levels of experience!
So you want to enjoy a fun ski holiday with your family in Aspen without breaking the bank? Lift tickets can be one of the more expensive aspects of your winter getaway in Aspen, so finding a good deal is paramount to avoid overspending.
Buy In Advance
One of the best ways to get lift ticket savings is to take advantage of the advance purchase pricing. To get the best deal, purchase your lift tickets a minimum of seven days in advance on www.aspensnowmass.com. As an added bonus, with each advance purchase, you receive a complimentary one-year “Protect Our Winters” membership, which provides you access to a community of skiers and riders dedicated to halting climate change.
Another one of the major benefits of buying in advance is the Aspen Snowmass Guarantee, which allows you to receive a monetary credit for any unused days left on your lift ticket. You can use your credit for the current season or the season immediately following toward the purchase of any future lift tickets.
There is an abundance of pass options for the 2018-2019 winter season, and Premier and Flex passes go on sale August 13 and offer more than $1,000 in savings. The premier pass option offers unlimited skiing and riding as well as full summer access; the flex pass offers one day of skiing and riding each week of the season, and the double flex pass offers two days of skiing and riding each week of the season.
If you purchase your passes before the “super early” date of September 13th, you can save upwards of hundreds of dollars on passes for skiers of all ages.
If purchasing a pass isn’t your style, not to worry! There are still plenty of advantages to buying tickets. Tickets purchased through Aspen Snowmass are still valid on all four mountains, and there also are multi-day discounts available. For example, you can save $10 per day for two or three-day tickets; save $20 per day for tickets of four days or more, and save $30 per day when you purchase your tickets at least seven days in advance.
You can find some deals located on several websites if you search Google for “Aspen Lift Ticket Deals.” We found Liftopia (zero available deals) and Ski Coupons (25% off) at the time of writing. If you a looking to save some buck$ then a little web sleuthing can help you find some hidden lift ticket savings offers.
So what are you waiting for? Take advantage of these amazing deals, and start planning your next Aspen ski vacation today!