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Deep Powder, Deeper Discounts: Jackson Hole Golden Ticket is Back

21st March 2018 | Jackson Hole

News Regions: Wyoming

Resorts in this article: Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole's Golden Ticket program offers 40 percent off lift tickets for season passholders from any resort worldwide, giving you a chance to ski Jackson Hole with a DEEP discount.

Jackson Hole's Golden Ticket program offers 40 percent off lift tickets for season passholders from any resort worldwide, giving you a chance to ski Jackson Hole with a DEEP discount.

Copyright: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

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Spring has sprung, but Jackson Hole Mountain Resort looks more like winter! We’ve received more than 60” of snow this month with more than 2 feet falling in the last seven days! The consistent snowfall has allowed our base depths to reach 120” on the upper mountain, and the skiing has felt more like December than March in recent days.

Mother Nature continues to provide, and it doesn’t appear to be stopping in the short term as snow icons light up weather apps for the foreseeable future. Don’t let your 2017/18 ski season end without a trip to Jackson Hole. We’ve got promotions that can get you here in a jiffy. 

The consistent snowfall has allowed the Jackson Hole base depths to reach 120” on the upper mountain for March, 2018.  - © Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

The consistent snowfall has allowed the Jackson Hole base depths to reach 120” on the upper mountain for March, 2018.

Copyright: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Back by popular demand, the Golden Ticket promotion returns April 2–April 8. Golden Ticket offers 40 percent off lift tickets for season passholders from any resort worldwide, giving you a chance to ski Jackson Hole with a DEEP discount. You read that right, any season passholder from any resort can save 40 percent off daily lift tickets, as long as you bring your valid 2017/18 season pass and photo ID. Come on out and enjoy the skiing and festivities through April 8th, as we’ll have live music and events running until closing day. 

Jackson Hole received more than 60” of snow this month with more than 2 feet falling in the last seven days as of March 21, 2018.  - © Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Jackson Hole received more than 60” of snow this month with more than 2 feet falling in the last seven days as of March 21, 2018.

Copyright: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

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Plenty of powder for spring at Jackson Hole - © Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
Mother Nature delivering the goods to Jackson Hole - © Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

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