Big Sky resort offers big savings

Posted By: Selma Al-Faqih on September 8, 2010 8:04 am

BIG SKY, Mont. – Big Sky Resort is excited to announce a great deal on our Frequent Sky Card for the 2010-2011 winter season. For $49, card holders will be able to hit the slopes for two free weeks of skiing, a week of half-priced skiing, and $20 off regular or student priced day lift tickets during all other dates this ski season. The Frequent Sky Card also includes a 50% discount on lodging at the Huntley Hotel, 25% off ski and snowboard lessons, 10% off Big Sky Resort retail items, and two-for-one Family Fun Zone tickets after 6pm.

“There are a lot of people out there who love skiing Big Sky, but might not be able to take full advantage of a season pass,” said Chad Jones, Big Sky resort’s Public Relations Manager. “The Frequent Sky Card lets you hit the mountain numerous times, plus take advantage of other great perks, like half-off lodging. If you stay with us during your two free ski weeks, you’re looking at one of the least expensive ski vacations out there.”

Free ski dates include Monday, November 29 through Sunday, December 5, 2010 and Monday, April 18 through Sunday, April 24, 2011. Half-priced skiing is available Monday, January 3 through Sunday, January 9, 2011. Receive half-off your Huntley lodging opening day through January 2, 2011 and April 4-23, 2011.

This discounted rate will be valid until September 30, 2010, when prices will go up to $89 for the Frequent Sky Cards.

In addition to the Frequent Sky Card, Big Sky Resort is offering discounted prices on our Silver, Bronze, and Gold Unlimited Passes. Ski 65 days for $349 on the Bronze Pass, unlimited days midweek for $699 on with the Silver Pass, and completely unlimited for just $999 on the Gold Unlimited Pass. Prices are even lower for juniors and college students, starting at $629 for the Silver Pass and $799 for the Gold Unlimited with payment plans and a break-even point of only 10 days. These discounts also end September 30, 2010, when all pass prices go back up to regular rates.

Big Sky wants to acknowledge that feedback from the loyal guests and locals has prompted these offers. The Resort is extremely proud of the mountain, product, and people that we provide and that make this such a great place to live, work, and play.

Big Sky Resort offers the longest season in the area, the Lone Peak Tram, and quality terrain, lifts, and grooming. This quality will continue and the new price structure will add even more excitement and fun to the resort. Please join in the excitement and come play at Big Sky this winter season.

 

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