Liftopia offering its biggest ever pre-season sale on ski and snowboard lift tickets across the country

LiftopiaLiftopia, the single largest retailer of lift tickets and mountain activities online (and on mobile), is getting things revved up for ski season with their Red Hot End of Summer Sale—their biggest ever. A staggering 67,000+ deals are available at 70 ski resorts, and tickets are as much as 81% off (which works out to $5.99 for a single day lift ticket at one mountain in Wisconsin).

Some sample lift ticket deals:

Colorado

New England

  • 67% off single day lift tickets at Gunstock (New Hampshire), starting at $25
  • 50% off single day lift tickets at Bolton Valley (Vermont), starting at $28
  • 47% off single day lift tickets at Stratton Mountain (Vermont), starting at $41.99
  • 44% off single day lift tickets at both Attitash (New Hampshire) and Wildcat Mountain (N.H.), starting at $35
  • 32% off single day lift tickets at Sunday River (Maine), starting at $59

California

  • 62% off single day lift tickets at Boreal, starting at $24.99
  • 62% off single day lift tickets at Mt. Baldy, starting at $24.99
  • 49% off single day lift tickets at Diamond Peak, starting at $30

New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

  • 74% off single day lift tickets at Plattekill Mountain (New York), starting at $15
  • 62% off single day lift tickets at Mountain Creek (New Jersey), starting at $24.99

Utah

  • 66% off single day lift tickets at Eagle Point Resort, starting at $19.99
  • 40% off two day lift tickets at Snowbasin, starting at $103.99
  • 35% off single day lift tickets at Park City, starting at $55.25

Midwest

  • 81% off single day lift tickets at Christmas Mountain (Wisconsin) starting at $5.99 (CHEAPEST DEAL!)
  • 81% off single day lift tickets at Cascade Mountain (Wisconsin), starting at $10
  • 78% off single day lift tickets at Caberfae Peaks (Michigan), starting at $7.50
  • 60% off two day lift tickets at Shanty Creek (Michigan), starting at $35.99 

Other

  • 67% off two day lift tickets at Hoodoo (Oregon), starting at $31.99
  • 56% off single day lift tickets at Snowshoe (West Virginia), starting at $38.99
  • 53% off two day lift tickets at Tamarack (Idaho), starting at $45.99

And if you’re thinking of planning a skiing or snowboarding trip, these insights from Liftopia may also be of interest:

  1. Expect walk-up window lift ticket rates to continue the pattern of increasing year over year, but be on the look out for advance purchase online deals as more and more resorts are shifting to a variable pricing structure. This is seen through Liftopia already, as customers who purchase at least one week in advance save an average of 30%. But, people are planning farther ahead—Liftopia already has customers booking for April 2014.
  2. Alliances between resorts—like The Mountain Collective Pass, available exclusively on Liftopia—have led to new products and multi-pass options that offer consumers more flexibility and savings.
  3. So far this season, consumers are searching most for deals on lift tickets in New England (18%) followed by Utah (17%), Colorado (16%) and NY/NJ/PA (12%). Last season, New England led the pack as the highest-searched destination on Liftopia (24% of all searches), followed by Utah (17%), Colorado (16%) and NY/NJ/PA (7%).
Ian Livingston

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Ian Livingston
Traveler and writer Ian Livingston has lost his bearings in 59 countries, six continents and five NYC boroughs. He is better for it. Now living in Brooklyn, he reports on the world's lesser-known quantities as a self-calibrating writer and by way of his roles as Editor at JohnnyJet.com and Chat Manager for the weekly #TravelSkills Twitter chat with Johnny Jet and Chris McGinnis. In his sights now: the polar regions.

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