Snowboarding and the Super Bowl

Posted By: The Ski Channel on January 30, 2013 11:39 am

Having trouble deciding whether to hit up a ski resort or watch the Super Bowl this Sunday? How about both?!? Many snow resorts are aware of Super Bowl madness, so to reward those who are faithful to snowboarding and skiing, resorts are offering discounts for lift tickets, free meals, equipment rentals, snow lessons and other nice hook-ups. The 6:30 p.m. ET kickoff in the Super Bowl this Sunday on February 3, makes it easier for riders to get a snowboard/ski sesh in before the game without the mob of weekend-riders. snow discounts on Super Bowl Sunday

Ski resort discounts on Super Bowl Sunday | Photo:

Thanks to, more than 200 snowboard/ski resorts across the country are featured on the website that are offering discounts from 20% to 85% for Super Bowl Sunday, depending on the mountain. Some day tickets cost as low as $15 in the U.S. However, tickets are limited and are selling out quick so purchase them ASAP. 

In Tahoe City, California, Alpine Meadows Super Two-Per offers a buy one ticket, get one free deal for $98.California’s Boreal Mountain is offering a day lift ticket and a Woodward Core Membership for $99.The Camp Woodward CORE Membership includes a basic training session by experienced snow instructors and a Bunker Session for 2 hours with complete access to launch ramps, foam pits, trampolines, skatepark, mini ramp, spring floor, and other awesome features. Woodward CORE members have the privilege to have additional access to Woodward Tahoe 7 days/week through April 14, 2013 for only $25 for ages 7 and up. This epic opportunity at Woodward is not only an awesome deal but offers technical training to progress in the sport. Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood, California offers a one-day-ticket discount for $39.99 which is just an hour and a half drive from Los Angeles and Orange County.

Powder and more snowfall at Northstar-at-Tahoe

Fresh snow in Tahoe | Photo: The Ski Channel

Copper Mountain, Colorado offers adult tickets for $68.00 which saves

$37. Colorado’s Winter Park discounted day-ticket is $65.00 and Montana’s Red Lodge Mountain Resort offers $30.99 for a day ticket. Nordic Mountain in Wisconsin offers a day pass for $24.99.

Park City Resort in Utah offers a VIP day-pass for $91.99 which saves $35. Utah’s Eagle Point Resort  offers a 33% discount on a day lift ticket for $30.

New York’s Gore Mountain Resort in North Creek offers a 1 Day Lift Ticket and $10 Lunch Voucher for $58.99. In Turin, New York, Snow Ridge offers a 57% discount ticket for $15.99.

New Hampshire has many specials in various ski resorts. The Super Sunday Special at Cannon Mountain in New Hampshire offers two people to ski or ride for $70 on February 3. Cranmore Mountain Resort offers an ECoupon that is valid for $47 adult lift tickets on February 3 but must be printed before Super Bowl Sunday from Bretton Woods Ski Area will also hook up riders for $30 lift tickets on if purchased in advance. Gunstock Mountain Resort has many specials available for Super Bowl fans on Sunday. Specifically, riders who wear clothing with an NFL logo will save $10 off a Prime Time Lift Ticket, two for one afternoon lift tickets and two for one Zip Tours (1-2 p.m. only). Another noteworthy discount offered by Gunstock Mountain Resort is a 2 for 1 Prime Time Lift Ticket when riders bring a can of soup to donate to a local food pantry. 

Gore Mountain, New York Ski Resort

A beautiful day at Gore Mountain Resort in New York

For those who like parties, football and snowboarding, Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort tickets are going for $37.99 per person. Ski the slopes,hit up the city, then crash on the couch for the Super Bowl with friends. 

Mt. Spokane in Washington offers 1 Day Lift Tickets for $26.99. Just 28 miles from downtown Spokane, Mt. Spokane Ski and Snowboard park is a non-profit winter recreation facility that offers many snow features for different skill levels. 

Around the nation, the list of gifts at ski resorts goes on and on for this glorious Sunday on February 3. Whether you are a football fan or not, don’t miss the epic opportunity to shred the mountain with some extra cash in your pocket and minus the crowd. Not even an official holiday, Super Bowl Sunday has made it easier for snowboard and ski enthusiasts to go all out in their favorite mountain. So, after a long and magical day of riding, remember to relax and treat yourself to watch the Super Bowl.