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The Complete Guide to Ski Lift Ticket Deals! (2018-19 Season)


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I am determined to try a few new spots this season, so I thought I'd start a thread where we can list out all the reduced price lift ticket deals we come across, such as cheap lift ticket, 2 for 1 deals, and so on. To start the list I looked for deals for individual skiers, there are also a number of family special and equipment rental deals I didn't track here. Please add to the list as you find deals!

First up:

Mont Habitant is $19.99 on Saturday evenings and $15 Sunday evenings  if you buy the lift ticket online (starting January 6th). They also have various other deals on food and equipment. As they are a short drive from Sommet Sauveur, I'm going to try and check them out this year :)


Camp Fortune has 2 for 1 skiing on Tuesdays (starting Jan 2) and Saturday (starting Dec 29):


La Reserve has a deal to ski $15 daytimes Monday to Friday (after January 7th, excluding March break):


Mont Saint-Bruno has a a 2 for 1 deal Thursdays and ski for $14 after 5PM Sundays:


Mont Cascades is slightly cheaper if you buy your ticket online ahead of time:


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Cannon Mountain, NH on Tuesdays and a Thursdays have a deal on 2 tickets for $79 USD or one for $52 USD for those interested in a road trip. (Not valid 12/25 or 12/27/18 & 02/19 or 02/21/19)


Mont Bellevue in Sherbrooke, QC has on Wednesday night, ladies night where ladies 18+ ski free. Men's night is Thursday where the men 18+ ski free. Friday nights are Polar Bear night where lift tickets are at a reduced rate, $5 for ages 15 and under and $7 for ages 16 and over from 6pm to 10pm.


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Destination Owl's Head: Have a few deals to offer for the 2018-19 season.

Tuesday and Wednesday they are offering lift tickets for $25 plus tax instead of their regular $58 ticket Beginning January 8, 2019.

Another deal being promoted is the Carte Blanche which is a joint venture with Mont Sutton. This offer gives you discounts at either mountain from 10% up to a free one day lift ticket. Certain restrictions do apply. Check the link for details.

Spa Bolton is offering a 10% off regularly priced spa treatments with presentation of a receipt for a lift ticket, the ticket itself, or Seasons Pass. 


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Sommet Saint-Sauveur (versant Avila, Gabriel, Olympia, Morin Heights, Edelweiss) & Bromont, montagne d'éxperiences.

  • Northeast Option - Add the Northeast option to your Season Pass and get the access to also ski at Bromont, montagne d'expériences or les Sommets mountains.
  • $60 - Northeast option day & evening (anytime from Monday to Friday and weekends from 3 pm.)
  • $30 - Northeast option evening (nights starting at 5 pm.)

Mont Ste Marie:

  • On Mondays and Tuesdays, when only one lift is in operation, the lift ticket is reduced to 34$.
  • Young at Heart Wednesdays (65 years old and up).Wednesdays are for those who are young at heart, and in body. For only $43 (plus tax) dollars you’ll get a 12$ lunch coupon and a lift ticket.

Mount Pakenham, Ontario:

  • Every Tuesday & Saturday 4pm to 9pm is Date night this year - 2 for 1 lifts and rentals for you and your family to enjoy. Lessons available if reserved in advance.
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Bellevue is a small community ski hill in Sherbrooke and is operated by the city. There would be something in the city's budget allocated to the hill for operations. They have a 2 tier pricing system. Rates for citizens of Sherbrooke and one for non-residents. The rates have not increased much since they installed the Quad 2 seasons ago. Not like other areas where they would. The hill is very family oriented and skiing is very affordable for everyone. 

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Such a unique feature in an urban centre for sure!

in other news,

Mont Blanc: Liftopia has some deals on for some mountains and quickly scanning the list, looks like Mont Blanc offers the best deal at (variably) 22% off. Factor in the USD exchange rate when purchasing tickets, it could still result in some small savings :D 

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Has anyone ever used discounts offered by “Skiswiftly”. The process seems legit, they reserve tickets for you. You pick them up at the ticket window and pay after you receive the lift ticket.

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