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Getting the Best Snowboard Deal | Snowboard Deals Exposed

 

February 3rd, 2011

 

Snowboarding is an exciting and fun sport whether you’re doing laps at the local terrain park or hitting a pow stash on an epic vacation. Getting some friends together and hitting the hill with your snowboards in tow is the best part of winter but how do you keep this from costing a fortune? Getting a snowboard set up, lift tickets, travel and lodging can barely leave you enough money for Ramen Noodles and soda pops. Here at snowboards.com we believe you deserve to get the best possible snowboard deal whether it’s on a new snowboard, lift tickets for the crew or a cabin to call home for your trip. You owe it to yourself and your wallet to check out this 3 step process to save some money on snowboard gear, lift tickets and lodging.

 

Snowboard Deals Comic

 

Step 1: Finding discount snowboard gear

 

Buy sale snowboard equipment

 

Here at snowboards.com we have a whole clearance center which is basically a site within our site of only snowboard gear at the least 20% off with some limited quantity snowboard deals at 80% off. You can find great deals on boots, bindings, snowboards and accessories for kids, men and women. Make an educated decision though, we offer buying guides, sizing guides and videos so you can buy exactly what you need.

 

 

Take advantage of special promotions

 

We always have some sort of special going on here at snowboards.com and we’d love for you to take full advantage of them!  Whether it’s something simple like free shipping to something a little more special like free boots or headphones.

 

 

Step 2: Get some cheap lift tickets

 

Lift tickets seem to be growing in price more each year but not if you know where to look. There are many sites out there that offer specials and deals that are much cheaper than buying the tickets at the actual mountain. Save money for that new snowboard by getting deals on shredding.

 

 

Liftopia:

 

Priding itself in providing discount skiing and snowboarding Liftopia can be your best friend before you leave on a boarding trip. Dealing directly with the resorts liftopia brings you deals on lift tickets you won’t get anywhere else. Easy to use and search you’ll be on your way to save up to 80% on lift tickets which is something pretty special.

 

 

liftopia

 

 

Ski Free Deals:

 

No, it’s not just for skiers! Check this out and you can get a buy 1 get 1 free lift ticket deal at select mountains with the purchase of 10 gallons of fuel at a Shell gas station. Not available at all resorts but check out the ski free deals site for a full list of resorts and more information. This offer is valid from January 3rd until April 17th unless the resort closes earlier.

 

 

Ski Free Deals

 

 

Discount Lift Tickets:

 

With a listing of all the ski resorts by state you can quickly pinpoint all the deals for the resort you will be going to. Discount lift tickets is not really a place to buy lift tickets as much as it is a place to get the inside scoop on discounts and specials a particular resort is offering. Basically if the resort you’re going to is offering a college discount on a specific day or a buy one get one free deal you can find out about it here.

 

 

Discount Lift Tickets

 

 

Step 3: Save Money on Lodging

 

Ski.com:

 

A great site offering great deals from over 100 different resorts worldwide. Here you can choose to plan your own vacation, have an agent plan your vacation and much more. Not only are their plenty of specials and discounts but you can get up to date snow reports on the resort you plan on going to. Check out ski.com or talk to a real live human on their toll free number 800-908-5000

 

ski.com

 

 

Snowventures:

 

Want to get all your eggs in a basket in one place? Snowventures offers discounts on lodging, airfare, tickets and even rental equipment. Feeling lazy? Call and have them do all the work, simply press 800-845-7157 sit on the couch and plan your next snowboard trip.

 

Snowventures

 

 

Snow Sport Vacations:

 

If you’re going to Colorado for your nest snowboarding trip get the best deal you can get by visiting snow sport vacations. They are located in Vail and can take care of flights, shuttles, lodging, lift tickets, lessons and more all in one swoop. Offering vacation packages you can choose a bundled option and be all planned quicker than ever expected.

 

Snow Sport Vacations

 

 

Snowboard Deals Comic BONUS!

 

 

Finding Cheap Lift Tickets

 

Craigslist:

 

You can find anything on craigslist and lift tickets are no different. People with leftover days on their ticket packages or even full packages in some instances can be found on craigslist.

 

 

Ticket Packs:

 

Bulk packs of tickets can bepurchased from resorts at a heavy discount. Typically in 4 to 8 packs these can be a great deal if you have a bunch of buddies going snowboarding. Most of the resorts only offer these in the beginning of the season athough they are good all season long. November to December are the best times of the year to find these packs.

 

 

Friends season pass:

 

If a buddy has a season pass to the resort you’re going to see if by them showing their pass you may be able to get a discount. Not at all resorts but it’s worth a shot.

 

 

Discount Lodging

 

VRBO.com:

 

VRBO stands for vacation rental by owner so basically you’re renting a a condo or house from someone who owns it. Most are professionally managed, maintained and cleaned but not listed through an agency. Great for last minute deals and can save you hundreds a night, most are willing to negotiate too.

 

 

Priceline:

 

We’ve all seen the commercials but hey this actually works. Most resort towns are pretty small so no matter where you end up getting a good deal you won’t be too far from the mountain.

 

 

Saving money on the hill

 

Driving:

 

Car pool! This saves on not only the obvious, gas, but also on parking. A lot of resorts are now charging up to $30 for parking, put 4 peeps in the car and save $25

 

 

Meetup.com:

 

finding yourself friendless for the day, sad, but no big deal. Check out meetup.com and find like minded people that want to go hit up the mountain. This site gathers people with similar interests, you can send out a message and get a group of people to go to the mountain with.

 

 

Lunch:

 

brown bag it! Prices on the mountain can range from $10-20 so bringing your own lunch can be a great money saver especially if you’re with your family.