If you’re looking to get some runs in before Sunday’s Super Bowl, there are a few ways to save a few bucks.
Wildcat and Attitash are offering $39 all-day lift tickets on Sunday for all ages. Down the road, Cranmore has a $45 lift ticket for adults, $35 for juniors, but you have to fill out a form prior to receive an e-coupon.
Bretton Woods will celebrate Super Bowl XLVIII with $48 lift tickets. They must be purchased in advance at brettonwoods.com.
Cannon Mountain will offer two lift tickets for $72.
Liftopia also has a number of discounts this weekend in its annual “Game Day Sale.” Here’s a sampling of what you might find in New England.
Stratton from $48 save 47 percent
Attitash-Wildcat from $39 save 44 percent
Mt. Abram from $29 save 41 percent
Killington from $52.99 save 40 percent
Gunstock from $48 save 36 percent
Ragged Mountain from $48 save 34 percent
Suicide Six from $42 save 33%
Dartmouth Skiway from $31 save 31 percent
Magic Mountain from $43.99 save 30 percent
Mount Snow "I LOVE Football" Sunday Morning Ticket from $59 save 30 percent
Pico Mountain from $46.90 save 30 percent
Okemo from $65 save 27 percent
Ski Ward 1 Day Lift Ticket + Rental from $56.99 save 26 percent
Smugglers Notch from $50.99 save 25 percent
Jay Peak 1 Day Lift Ticket + $15 Lunch Voucher from $64.99 save 23 percent
Otis Ridge from $27 save 23 percent
Camden Snow Bowl from $26.99 save 23 percent
Crotched Mountain from $75.99 save 22 percent
Sunday River from $69 save 21 percent
Black Mountain (NH) from $38.99 save 20 percent
Bousquet Resort from $24 save 20 percent
Bretton Woods 1 Day Lift Ticket + Rental from $97.99 save 20 percent
King Pine 1from $38.99 save 20 percent
Mad River Glen 1 Day Lift Ticket + 1 Hour Private Clinic from $108.99 save 20 percent
Whaleback from $31.99 save 20 percent
At Granite Gorge, tube all day for only $17. In addition, the best Seahawks or Broncos will win a free tubing and lift ticket combo pass.
If you prefer to still show off your Patriots gear, head to Waterville Valley, where anyone who shows up wearing apparel from any NFL team skis or rides for $48.
Eric Wilbur is a lifelong recreational skier who spends most of his winter and spring in the mountains of New England. He does not ski in jeans. You can read more of Eric's work here.
Heather Burke is an award winning ski journalist with over a decade of ski news coverage. As a former ski instructor and a ski parent, she knows the ski biz from the inside out. She and her family visit New England ski resorts, as well as the West and Canada, to report on the latest trends and their best family finds. Her husband Greg takes all the accompanying photos, and their work can be seen at www.familyskitrips.com and www.luxuryskitrips.com.