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Any promotion that makes the cost of a Ski trip less expensive is a big win and is exactly what Alaska’s latest promotion will do. Through April 30, 2017, you can get a complimentary Lift/Ski Pass simply by showing your Alaska boarding pass. Participating resorts include:
- Alyeska Resort
- Big White Ski Resort
- Crested Butte Resort
- Mammoth Mountain
- Red Mountain Resort
- Schweitzer Mountain Resort
- Snowbasin Resort
- Squaw Valley / Alpine Meadows Resort
- Steamboat Ski & Resort
- Sun Valley Resort
- Whitefish Mountain Resort
How to Get Your Free Lift Pass
Picking up your free Ski Pass is easy. Visit Alaska's Fly Alaska, ski free site and select your desired resort. You will then see the gateway airport for that particular resort; go ahead and book your ticket to that airport.
Once you have arrived at your destination, present your valid boarding pass (issued the same day) and photo ID, and you will be issued your free pass. It is worth noting that while this is the general principle of how the offer will work, each resort has a slightly different process for issuing the pass, so make sure to check the details on Alaska’s site before heading out.
There is great potential value in this promotion, with some resorts charging up to $149 per day for a pass. In addition to the free first day Ski Pass, some of the resorts Alaska has partnered up with are offering even more perks and benefits, including options for discounts on lessons, and multi-day passes, as well as some free skiing on your day of departure. Overall if you are into winter sports, this is a promotion well worth checking out since it can save you a ton, especially if you have a big family.
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