While some ski resorts are crossing the triple-digit lift ticket price, Eagle Point in Southern Utah is reversing the ideals that skiing and snowboarding has to be expensive.

For the entire 2013-14 season, Eagle Point is offering $25 lift ticket for everyone, with no strings attached. No special promo codes, no sneaky package deals: just show up and ride for cheap. Well, OK, there is one caveat: lift tickets are full price during holidays (Jan. 18-20, Feb. 15-17). But it’s a small price to pay for, well, a small price of a lift ticket.

Eagle Point is currently operating on a mid-winter schedule, which means the lifts are spinning Thursdays through Sundays, with extended hours on holidays. Children ages 7-17, college students (with ID), active military, police, firefighters, casino industry employees, season pass holders anywhere in the U.S., tour bus operators and visitors staying for a minimum of two nights all have access to $25 lift tickets every day of operations.

Don’t fall into any of those categories? Visit the resort on a Thursday or Sunday (excluding holidays) and EVERY skier or rider can snag a $25 lift ticket.

Since re-opening in 2010 after eight dark years, the former Elk Meadows Resort is Eagle Point is located in the Tushar Mountains 18 miles east of Beaver, Utah, and less than a four-hour drive from either Las Vegas or Salt Lake City. With 400 skiable acres and 1,500 vertical feet, Eagle Point has some of the steepest lift-served slopes in Southern Utah alongside mellow family-friendly terrain.

For more information, visit the Eagle Point website or call 855-324-5378.