Ski New Mexico Offers Free Lift Ticket With Purchase of Gildan New Mexico Bowl Ticket
Offer valid at eight New Mexico ski resorts December 17-24, 2017
Ski New Mexico, in association with the New Mexico Tourism Department, has partnered with the Gildan New Mexico Bowl to provide ticketholders an extraordinary opportunity to enjoy two New Mexico True experiences. From December 17-24, 2017, one bowl game ticket can be redeemed for a free lift ticket.
“I am very excited to partner Ski New Mexico with the Land of Enchantment’s premier annual sports event. It makes so much sense. The opportunity for our fans to be able to enjoy a great bowl experience and take in the beauty of New Mexico is very special,” said Jeff Siembieda, Gildan New Mexico Bowl Executive Director.
Ski Free at 8 NM Ski Areas
This offer is valid at one of Ski New Mexico’s eight great ski areas: Ski Apache, Taos Ski Valley, Ski Santa Fe, Pajarito Mountain, Red River Ski & SummerArea, Angel Fire Resort, Sipapu, and Sandia Peak. The Gildan New Mexico Bowl ticket must be presented in person at the ski area ticket office for redemption and must be used the same day as redeemed. Limit is one per person and there is no cash value or refund. Offer valid from December 17-24, 2017 only.
Buy Gildan NM Bowl Tickets
Gildan New Mexico Bowl tickets are on sale now at the UNM Ticket office, located in the Northeast corner of Dreamstyle Arena, online at www.unmtickets.com or www.gildannewmexicobowl.com or by phone at the UNM ticket office (925-5626) or the Gildan New Mexico Bowl office (925-5999). Discount codes ($5 off $25 North End Zone general admission or $10 off $40 premium bowl tickets) are also currently available on New Mexico Lottery Powerball®, Mega Millions® and Mega Millions® Just the Jackpot™ tickets through Friday, December 8.
The Gildan New Mexico Bowl is once again igniting the collegiate bowl postseason, playing on opening day as it has since 2008. For more details on the game visit Gildan New Mexico Bowl website.
Kickoff in Dreamstyle Stadium in Albuquerque, N.M., is slated for Saturday, Dec. 16. It will air on ESPN and ESPN Radio at 2:30 p.m. MST (4:30 p.m. EST).