Ragged Presents Frequent Skier Card

Posted By: The Ski Channel on November 10, 2011 12:42 pm

New Hampshire’s Ragged Mountain Resort is gearing up for a November 26th opening day. Over $1 million was recently invested into resort upgrades including an investment in 100 snow guns. The low-energy/high-efficiency snow guns, combined with almost a foot of snowfall last week, is making Ragged Mountain the place to be in the Northeast (especially since its located just 15 miles off the I-93 and I-89 in Danbury, NH).

Ragged Mountain is pleased to present its new Get Ragged Frequent Skier Card that will save you 50% mid-week and 25% on weekends and holidays. The Frequent Skier Card (offered until November 13) will also save you $10 off retail prices at Sport Thomas Retail Shop and hand you a free early-season day lift ticket after just 10 visits, valid through Christmas.

Continuing with its pattern of incredible customer satisfaction and highest possible efficiency, Ragged is also presenting new RFID ticket technology so skiers and riders can download their cards online and hit the lifts right away, as well as track snow days and vertical feet.

Mark your calendars with Ragged’s Opening Day on November 26th, and don’t forget that Sport Thomas is hosting its first annual Demo Day on December 3rd with the latest equipment from K2, Nordica, Volkl, Head, and Burton.

 

 

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