Discover NY Ski Day – Lift Tickets Starting at Just $12 on 1/17

This looks like a pretty good deal for people that like skiing or snowboarding. Discover NY Ski Day is Thursday January 17th 2019 and you can purchase vouchers starting at $12 each that will entitle you to a lift ticket at participating mountains.

Also if you or a friend or relative wants to learn to ski or snowboard you can purchase a voucher for that starting at $25.

You can purchase up to 8 vouchers for you and your family. Vouchers can be used on 1/17 only (some mountains on 1/18), which is a Thursday (or a Friday), so make sure you can make it before buying, as they’re non-refundable.

Purchasing instructions:

You can order vouchers for January 17th 2019 (January 18th for Oak Mountain and Plattekill Mountain and Woods Valley Ski Area). You cannot order from multiple mountains on the same day and those will be void if you do. No refunds!

  1. Click the BUY NOW link to start your order. (Buy Here)
  2. Select the product and how many.
  3. Enter Guest Names- Tickets are non-transferable, so you’ll need to just enter the guest name or simply use Skier 2, Skier 3, etc., if you are unsure who will be skiing with you that day.
  4. Complete your sale by entering in your payment information.
  5. Once you’ve completed the purchase print your confirmation screen, that is your voucher for skiing that day.

Participating Ski Areas

Belleayre Mountain
Bristol Mountain
Buffalo Ski Club (tickets only)
Catamount Ski Area
Dry Hill Ski Area
Four Seasons (tickets only)
Gore Mountain
Greek Peak Mountain Resort
Holiday Valley Resort
Hunter Mountain
Hunt Hollow Mountain
Kissing Bridge (COMING SOON)
McCauley (tickets only)
Mount Peter
Oak Mountain (tickets only – January 18th only)
Peek ‘n Peak Resort
Plattekill Mountain (January 18th only)
Swain Resort
Thunder Ridge
Titus Mountain
Toggenburg Mountain
West Mountain
Whiteface Mountain
Willard Mountain
Windham Mountain
Woods Valley (tickets only – January 18th only)

Guru’s Wrap-Up

Pretty good deal if you’re near these mountains. Prices are less than half of what you would usually have to pay for lifts. I’m not sure how these mountains compare to other skiing areas. I snowboard a bit myself, but I’m not that good at it, so I can’t really tell.

Let me know if you’re familiar with any of these places, and if you have any suggestions on which would be the best picks.


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