Which ski card or ski package is right for you?
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As you ride the chairlift to the top of your favourite run, are you thinking about the fresh tracks you are about to carve? Or are you hoping you are going to get value out of how much you just paid to have the privilege of sitting on that "easy access to the summit" chair? Lift tickets are creeping over a $100 at all the major resorts. So, unless you have a nice auntie who buys you a season pass each year, you need to take advantage of the savings that can be found through the resorts and third-party ticket sellers.
If you are a die-hard fan of any single resort, you’ll probably have a seasons pass paid off in 12 trips. If you buy the Big3 pass, it might take 20 times, but that’s not the only way to save.
Consider a midweek pass. At Lake Louise for example, you’ll have it paid off within six visits, but you have to ski Monday through Thursday.
Are you a student (ages 18- 29) enrolled at an accredited Canadian College or University? Check out resorts like Sunshine Village – you’ll have that Student Season Pass paid off within seven days on the slope.