It’s Super Sunday On Ski Slopes, Too: Plenty Of Lift Ticket Deals
Liftopia has deals in Colorado for Broncos fans starting at $29.99 at Loveland (51 percent off) and Arapaho Basin at $48 (42 percent off). Copper Mt. gets into the act at $72 (39 percent off). Click here for all Liftopia Super Bowl ticket deals.
Crested Butte kicks off the Big Game Weekend with $48 lift tickets for everyone wearing orange pants or shirt. Plus, they are thawing a Tailgate Party at Butte 66 with free beer for everyone in orange until the keg runs out.
Liftopia’s deals in New England where the game doesn’t even begin until well into the evening (6:30 p.m. EST), range from $48 at Stratton Mt., Vt. (47 percent off) to $52.99 (40 percent) at Killington. Pick up a ducat at Bousquet in Mass. for $24 (20 percent). Bretton Woods is also offering a $48 "Big Game Day" ticket on Sunday (a $34 savings off the window price), and available for purchase here.
Mountain Creek, located about 20 miles from MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, is holding a field goal kicking contest as part of its massive tailgate party with $10,000 on the line to highlight their Super Bowl weekend plans. Wear “football attire” (jerseys, helmets, cheerleader outfits, whatever) and ski free from 6-9 p.m., getting back in front of the big screens for the kickoff.
But, here’s one for the record books. Mount Snow, Vt., offers an “I Hate Football” pass for $25 Super Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.
Best Liftopia deal in the Midwest is at Caberfae. Mich., at $19.99 (55 percent).
Seahawks fans in the Pacific Northwest can ski or ride at Anthony Lakes for $23.99 (32 percent) or Mt. Spokane for $40.99 (21 percent). Stevens Pass in Washington is offering $12 lift tickets valid for four hours of on-hill time to celebrate the infamous “12th Man” to 1,200 buyers. The tickets are only available on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/stevenspass). But, they figure to be snapped up quickly.
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