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Ski Attitash, Stowe for $35

Posted by Eric Wilbur, Boston.com Staff  February 2, 2009 11:17 AM

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Thirty-five appears to be the magic number if you’re looking to get in some mid-week skiing.

Tomorrow, $35 will net you a day on the slopes of Attitash in Bartlett, N.H. That’s a $27 savings off the regular $62 weekday cost.

On Wednesday, head up to Stowe, where the Vermont resort is hosting “Woodchuck Wednesday,” to celebrate the “beginning of the rest of winter.” Stowe is slashing its normally $89 lift ticket down to $35, and offering up free Stowe Points Cards (normally $75), which allow you to buy discounted passes for the rest of the season.

If that’s not enough, find a pair of Golden Goggles somewhere on the mountain Wednesday, and you’ll be entered in a contest to win a new pair of skis or snowboard.

There’s a chance of snow Tuesday in Bartlett, and another chance of it in Stowe on Wednesday.

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3 comments so far...
  1. It is about time that Stowe/AIG is giving a break to the people who are supporting them. Any chance that it may happen again this year?

    Posted by tea February 2, 09 09:01 PM
  1. "Any chance that it may happen again this year?"

    At the $ki Capital of the East? Maybe in April.

    Posted by mp February 3, 09 09:28 AM
  1. That's awesome Stowe and Attitash are offering these deals! There are a bunch more like this at OnTheSnow.com. Check out the Vermont ski deals page: http://www.onthesnow.com/vermont/travel.html

    Posted by Paul D. February 3, 09 07:16 PM
 
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