Deals of the Week: 2/26 – 3/4

Chief Snow Junkie February 23, 2009 0

Tons of powder around the country as we head into March. Vermont gets a major dump, it’s puking snow in the West, and we couldn’t be more excited. The Snow Junkies purchased our Mobile Command Post this week. Or as civilians would call it — an RV. We’re testing it out this weekend at Lost Trail on the Idaho border. Pictures and a full report coming soon. But for now, here’s a dose of cheap tickets around the country.


Thursday, Feb 26 @ Ski Berkshire East, MA: Lots of weekly specials at this tiny Mass ski area starting with a $20 ticket for state residents every Thursday.

Thursday, Feb 26 @ Powder Mountain, UT: $40 ticket when you help out a local charity with a pair of brand new socks.

Thursday, Feb 26 @ New England: The ski areas have been blessed by the snow gods. Grab a great deal by checking our calendar.

Friday, Feb 27 @ Buena Vista, MN: It’s another Crazy 8 Friday nights starring $8 lift ticket, $8 ski rental, $8 tubing, and an $18 snowboard rental.

Saturday, Feb 28 @ Cannonsburg, MI: Bring in two cans of food and get a $15 night ticket

Sunday, Feb 28 @ Shawnee Peak, ME: Here’s a great deal — get a $33 ticket when you show a Saturday lift ticket from any other ski area.

Sunday, Mar 1 @ Massanutten, VA: Flash your Subaru car keys at the ticket window and save $20 per person on a lift ticket. The discount is valid for the entire family.

Monday, Mar 2 @ Whaleback, NH: The Whale is extending its Throw Back Monday until the end of the season. That’s a 1970 ticket for only $7!


New England: The Killington DealGrabber is in full swing. Buy in advance and get tickets under $50!

Mid-Atlantic: We just came across this Snow Day card. It costs $10 and gets 2 for 1 deals at 6 ski areas.

West Coast: Mt. Bachelor is offering a Buy 2 Days, Get 2 Free. Sounds good to us.

New England: Sugarbush has all sorts of goodies for their 50th anniversary. A $50 twofer. Dinner for 2 for $50. Two person private lesson for $50.  You get the idea.

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