Idaho resorts have multiple ways that you can ski or snowboard at a discount. We’ve rounded up hot lift ticket deals at seven resorts to help your dollars stretch further.
Check out our picks below. You'll find a combination of deals from major resorts to local ski hills.
Schweitzer Mountain Resort offers a Sunday Solution half-day lift ticket for $25 through April 1, 2012. To get the discounted lift ticket, you buy the Sunday Solution voucher online and redeem it at the ticket window starting at 12:30 p.m. Check more information here.
Brundage Mountain Resort has two dates when you can get free lift tickets for family members. On March 25, 2012, kids who are 17 years old and younger can ski or ride for free. On April 1, 2012, moms and children that are 17 years old and younger can ski or snowboard for free. Check out the schedule here: March 25, April 1.
Brundage Mountain piled up powder in February. Families can enjoy it for free on select dates in March and April. Photo courtesy of Brundage Mountain Resort.
Tamarack Resort lets you buy a second lift ticket for a friend of family member at half price when you purchase a lift ticket at regular price. The discount is available through March 30, 2012 at the Tamarack Sports Desk. Find more information here.
Bogus Basin has teamed up with Jackson’s Food Store to offer mountain discounts to Pepsi drinkers. If you buy a 12-pack of Pepsi or any Pepsi drink at a Jackson’s Food Store, you can get a voucher. The voucher and your sales receipt can then be turned in for a $10 discount on lift tickets, rentals, or group lessons. One voucher is good for up to four people. Check out the details and restrictions on the deal here.
Soldier Mountain runs its Thrifty Thursdays throughout the season. You can buy one lift ticket and get the second one free on Thursdays. Find the details here.
Pebble Creek offers night skiing lift tickets for $7. To get the deal, you need to listen to KZBQ and KORR 104 radio to hear where you can pick up the vouchers for the discount. For more information, go here.
Pomerelle Mountain is collecting canned food for the Helping Hands Mission in Burley and giving skiers and snowboarders a discount for helping with the food drive. This spring, on March 6 and 8, a donation of two cans of food can get your night lift ticket cut to $5. On March 21, March 28 and April 4, a donation of two cans of food will let you buy a lift ticket for $20. For more details, check here: $5 nights, $20 days.