Whether you’re cheering for the New York Giants or the New England Patriots in this year’s Super Bowl, you can still get your pre-game skiing and snowboarding in with some great deals from Okemo Mountain Resort.
The snow has been great at Okemo so far this season, and thanks to the recent snowstorms across the United States they’ve been able to open additional terrain including Hot Dog Hill, Searle’s Way, Off the Rim, and Sidekick. So far the mountain has accumulated a 28″-36″ base. Currently the resort has 101 out of its 119 trails open, and they are serviced by 10 lifts.
In honor of the big game Okemo is offering a special $99.00 two-day lift ticket deal that will be valid for Friday the 3rd and Saturday the 4th. The only stipulation is that tickets must be purchased online at least 48 hours in advance, and you can print them out at home. Check out the weekend warrior deal here.
If you need to get a couple turns in before heading home to hop on the couch you can take advantage of “The Big Game Sunday Solution”. Okemo already offers a reduced Sunday Solution rate for skiers and snowboarders looking to enjoy the slopes from 8am to 1:30pm. Since its Super Bowl Sunday the solution becomes even better with an additional $10 discount making lift tickets only $64 for adults, $54 for young adults and seniors, and $40 for juniors. To get in on this deal skiers and snowboarders visiting the mountain need only to find the nearest ticket window. Check out more information on this deal here.
Those of us lucky enough to get the next day off to recover can do so from the comfort of Okemo’s chairlift with the “Monday-Morning Quarterback special.” For this special, the lift ticket value will depend entirely on the final score of the Super Bowl game. For Monday, February 6th, the price of a full-day lift ticket will be charged at $1 per point, based on the total combined points scored during the game. For example, if the final score of the game is Giants 21 and Patriots 17 the price of your Monday lift ticket will be $38 — not too bad! Don’t worry, if it ends up being a high scoring game Okemo is capping the lift ticket price at $59. It will be interesting to see how low the price could potentially go. The lowest combined score in Super Bowl history was 21 points during the 1973 game.
For more information about Okemo Mountain Resort, please call (80) 228-1600 or visit www.okemo.com