A $100 bill, whether crisp and new or worn and crinkly, will get three days of skiing at Brian Head Resort for the rest of the season.
The southern Utah resort, located outside of Parawan, has announced their three-day deal that runs either Friday through Sunday, or Saturday through Monday. The price represents 25 percent off the cost of three full-day tickets, which regularly run $45 each during non-holiday periods.
Tickets are sold at the ticket window at Brian Head and do not require downloading or coupons.
In another deal, those skiers and riders who are not adverse to a coupon can print one for a $30 weekday at and present it at the Brian Head ticket window.
The 2010-2011 season has been a rollercoaster for the 650-acre mountain, which boasts the highest elevation among all 14 Utah resorts. Deep dumps of snow came early in December, but then accompanying storms caused flooding down below and power outages in the Brian Head area. Skiing and snowboarding was limited for several days around Christmas, due to high winds. A severe cold spell in February caused power outages and burst pipes all around the village of Brian Head. The resort's facilities were spared, but many condos and cabins suffered costly damage.
A total of 240 inches have fallen so far this season, which is a short of the average 400 inches that the resort says typically fall in the Tushar Mountains.