What do you mean? Discounted tickets for ropeways and lifts? Never heard that discounts have been granted. Why?
Just curious if there's a cheaper way to get lift tickets. I live in Colorado, USA and we have tons of ski resorts but the cost of lift tickets are ridiculous! Usually you can find coupons for discounted rates.
You can check with your hotel as some offer ski packages reducing costs.
No discount coupons - but several rducd programs for seniors ( doubt that this applies to you from photo ) and kids .
This is a major destination resort offering some of the best skiing in the Alpine area - you pay a slight premium for this and for the wide area covered by the ticket.
Most come for an extended stay and you will note the overall per day cost of skiing using the 7 day ticket for example is much less than just the cost of a single day card.
One thing to check is the day ticket offering skiing in late afternoon of the day before the date for the ticket.
It becomes dark quickly - but perhaps a chance for a little skiing.
Thanks for the information.
It's funny cuz I see 45 euros for a full day pass and think that's cheap. Vail Resort in Colorado is $105 for 1 day Adult!!! It's absurd! My Season Pass is paid for in a few visits!
Is there any advise of getting group (of 18) 1 week lift ticket discounted rate in March?
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