Free Lift Ticket To Park City Utah Ski Resort

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Planning a trip to Park City, Utah? I am for a conference coming up, and I found a promotion where you can get a free lift ticket to any Park City ski resort on the day that your arrive. You’ll need to bring your boarding pass and fill out a voucher form online. Looks like I need to book a flight that arrives early!

You will need to bring the completed, required redemption voucher, along with your same-day boarding pass and out of state photo I.D., to the resort ticket window, to receive your same-day lift ticket. Quick START offer valid: Respective resort opening – 12/24/08, 1/4/09 – 2/13/09, and 3/29/09 – 4/12/09.

Other than that, the lift tickets seem pretty pricey. $85 during peak season? Ouch. I found some potential discounted tickets at Liftopia and Canyon Sports. Any other tips for skiing on the cheap at Park City? I also need to figure out how much Delta Airlines charges to check in ski bags nowadays.

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  1. Check out this forum and ask some questions:

    The folks there are great about giving advice, especially about SLC, since many of them reside there.

  2. If you have a Costco membership, most of the local Salt Lake City-area stores have discounted tickets to Park City and The Canyons. Typically they aren’t offered online, unfortunately.

  3. Thanks. I only hope the powder is as good as I’ve heard it is…

  4. I went to school in Utah. I love that place. My favorite resort is Snowbird. Alta is also great if you ski (no snowboarders allowed).

    But if you have a free ticket to Park City, go for it. I think I’ve been there once or twice. My main gripe about the Deer Valley/Park City resorts is that the scenery isn’t too impressive.

    Have fun. If you get the chance, eat at a Tucanos Brazilian steakhouse. It’s pretty cheap and the food is unbelievable. There’s one in SLC.

  5. @Jonathan the powder is as good as you’ve heard 😀
    If you still need loding, there are also a lot of great package deals that include lift tix – check some out at and

  6. I actually did this promotion in Jan of 2007. It’s really easy and straight forward. Just follow directions and make sure to bring your printout, boarding pass & drivers license.

  7. A friend of mine recently flew to Colorado with skis, Delta charged him $50 each way to check his “oversized” ski bag. lame.

  8. Thanks for the tip. My wife and I scored $125 R/T flights to SLC, but our flight arrives at night! We also have a late return flight so we may try to print our boarding passes online and get the discount on our departure day – the ski/fly dates will still be the same, hope it works!

    As for other discounts, hit the local Costco or Canyon Sports:

    Happy shredding!

  9. @mark They charged $50 for checking only. Ohhh…

  10. Ugh, that means $50 both ways. For $100 it would be cheaper to rent skis there.

  11. You can just fly Southwest Airlines, they dont charge for bags. Each person is allowed to check 2 bags each for FREE including snowboards or skis, I love Southwest!

  12. Can you also purchase Snowbird/Alta passes at Cosco? what about multiday passes?

  13. Hey, I’m planning on living in Park City for Feb and March 2010 and want to ski alot. The cheapest lift ticket I can find for Park City is 54$. I plan to ski all the mountains in Park city and will probably also go to alta and others. Is there a discounted ski Utah pass for a month or longer? Or any other better deals for Park city?

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