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    Quote Originally Posted by billski View Post
    Wear your button to the participating mountain each week, and present the appropriate voucher from your coupon book to get the half-price deal. Be sure to join us at 4 pm for the Harpoon Apres-Ski & Ride Party in the lodge. We'll chill-out after a day on the slopes and give away a ton of terrific prizes which could include TSL Snowshoes, Vermont Teddy Bears, gift certificates and loads more!
    Buttons are non-transferable. ONLY 2010 "Ski and Ride with The Point" buttons are acceptable and you MUST have the Coupon for each Ski & Ride Event at time of ticket purchase.


    Buttons cost $3


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    Um isn't this last year's
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    Potter Brother's Flex and Discount Tickets

    The discount prices are not finalized but will be released soon. The Flex prices are listed
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    Descente Passport Out

    Its not on their website, but this site has a photo of the available tickets.

    http://www.summitonline.com/free-shi...1-p190965.html

    Haven't compared to last year, looks very close to the same.

    Hopefully the Jackets on the site aren't the only ones as they aren't as good looking as the Vigor which I bought last year.

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    Liftopia/ Waterville

    Liftopia has Waterville tickets already
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    Quote Originally Posted by hockeylax View Post
    Its not on their website, but this site has a photo of the available tickets.

    http://www.summitonline.com/free-shi...1-p190965.html

    Haven't compared to last year, looks very close to the same.

    Hopefully the Jackets on the site aren't the only ones as they aren't as good looking as the Vigor which I bought last year.
    Been trying to figure out the difference, can check when I get home. But I know Homewood, Whitefish, Mt Hood Meadows, La Crosse and I believe Hidden Valley are new. Lost is Big Sky and Holiday Valley. Glad to see Copper is still there, thought they might be gone with the new owners. I'm pleased with the changes, should be able to use Homewood and Mt Hood. Will be interesting to see if Waterville is still a 2 for 1, or really a freebie like the rest. At any rate no matter what they look like it's still gotta be the best deal in skiing. And you can always give the new jacket to charity and keep the book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaytrem View Post
    Been trying to figure out the difference, can check when I get home. But I know Homewood, Whitefish, Mt Hood Meadows, La Crosse and I believe Hidden Valley are new. Lost is Big Sky and Holiday Valley. Glad to see Copper is still there, thought they might be gone with the new owners. I'm pleased with the changes, should be able to use Homewood and Mt Hood. Will be interesting to see if Waterville is still a 2 for 1, or really a freebie like the rest. At any rate no matter what they look like it's still gotta be the best deal in skiing. And you can always give the new jacket to charity and keep the book.
    So the above is correct except I missed the removal of Boston Mills/Brandywine. So much for my big ski trip to Ohio. Also the Ski Train in Colorado has been removed, but that didn't actually run last year anyway. As for jackets there's also a new version of the Course jacket from last year....

    http://www.skis.com/all-mens-ski-jac...1-p190989.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaytrem View Post
    Also the Descente Passport jacket will be back again. Great deal, buy a jacket for about $220 and get 40 free lift tickets. I think I used 16 this past year, so that came to $13.75 a day. The jackets are actually very nice too.
    That's great news thanks! I'll probably get another one this season. I was able to use about a dozen of the free lift tickets last year.
    Last edited by patricsaint; Sep 8, 2010 at 5:08 AM.

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    Stowefest and Marketfest - credit towards pass or points card

    Stowe, VT - The 2010 Marketfest and Stowefest are now underway. Through purchases at participating stores in Burlington and Stowe, Vt., through Oct. 11, shoppers can save what they spend, up to $350, off an adult season pass to Stowe Mountain Resort, or apply the credit toward Stowe Points Cards.

    Those interested should fill out a Stowe Season Pass application found at participating vendors. A list of of Stowe vendors or Burlington vendors is available at www.stowe.com. Collect your receipts, dated between Sept. 10 and Oct. 11, 2010, and include the participating store name to redeem them for Stowe Points Cards at the Spruce Peak Season Pass Office in person or by mail on or before Oct. 31, 2010.

    Savings may be applied toward an Adult StoweSeven+, StoweSeven or StoweSix Season Pass, or for Stowe Points Cards.

    Stowe Points Cards, valued at $75 each, are earned for every $25 spent (up to eight cards) during the Market & Stowefest promotion. The Stowe Points Card entitles the bearer to discounted lift tickets, summer attractions and golf while earning points on purchases around the resort toward free skiing/riding and golf.
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    Liftopia has Waterville Valley tickets for $12 on Friday, December 10th on sale.

    Cheap enough that I don't care if I don't use it! Stoke just rose...

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    Warren Miller - dates out

    http://www.skinet.com/warrenmiller/

    Looks like mostly 2-1 @ Pico, Killington Sunday River, Sugarloaf deals -- with a free early/late season WaWa in the worcester showing.... See this other thread as well for details..
    Todo: Cannon, *Wildcat*, *Black*, Pico, MRG, Magic.

    11/12 [28]: Sunday River @dawn 2, Sugarloaf 5, Sugarbush 5, Saddleback, Mt Abram, Stowe, Loon 2, Breckenridge, Copper, Vail, Eldora, Burke,
    Sugarbush, Jay Peak 2, Smuggs, Killington

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