Ski Sundown offers a Savings Card that yields discounts of up to 50 percent off some lift ticket prices.
Adults pay $17 for a night ticket instead of $34 with the card; $26 for a weekday ticket instead of $52; $26 for a Friday or Saturday night ticket instead of $34; $41 for a weekend day ticket instead of $52.
Juniors pay $15 for a night ticket instead of $31; $23 for a weekday ticket instead of $46; $23 for a Friday or Saturday night ticket instead of $31; and $36 for a weekend day ticket instead of $46.
The Ski Sundown Savings Card is a photo ID that holders present at the ticket window. Call 800-379-snow for more information or to purchase a card.
Bob Switzgable, owner and GM of Ski Sundown, said the area opened in 1969 with four trails, three small lifts, one grooming machine, and a staff of two.
"Now in our 40th season, Ski Sundown boasts 15 trails spanning 65 acres, five lifts whisking over 8,000 skiers up the mountain each hour, a high efficiency snowmaking system, a superior grooming fleet, and a staff of 450," Switzgable said.
Ski Sundown in New Hartford, Conn., has a vertical drop of 625 feet, and two terrain parks.