10 ways to Score NM Lift Ticket Deals

November 17, 2016 | By: Monica Christofferson

There are lots of great deals to be had this winter and at Ski New Mexico we are here to help you find them.  If you already know where you are headed or are trying to narrow it down look at New Mexico Ski Area specific deals and find what fits your family and your vacation best.

These are the Deals and Steal of the 2016-17 season so don’t miss out.  We can’t wait to see you on the slopes.

10 Deals and Steals to help you save this winter

1. Ski New Mexico Deals Page

Skiing and Snowboarding are great, active ways to spend time in nature, grow closer with family, and enjoy a vacation. Let Ski New Mexico help you find ways to save with our list of current Ski New Mexico Deals. We are always updating our deals so be sure to check back for the most current information. You can also check out season long deals by ski area.

2. Online Lift Ticket Deals from Liftopia

You can find some great date-specific discounts on Liftopia.com. Currently, there are tickets available November through March of next year for anywhere from 10%-49% off.  You must buy in advance, and some dates have deeper discounts than others. If your dates are flexible, you just may keep some money in your wallet.

3. Be a Fifth Grader

All children in the fifth grade ski for free at Sipapu and Angel Fire Resort! Bring a valid report card – hopefully all A’s! – and get ready to have a blast! Be sure to look online at each of the resorts’ materials needed to redeem this discount.

4. Go With a Group

Large groups receive discounts at Ski Santa Fe, Sandia, Red River Ski & Summer Area, Ski Taos Valley, and Ski Apache. Check their individual pages for group rates and requirements.

5. Go as a Family

Multiple resorts offer family deals. At Red River Ski & Summer Area, a parent who buys a 3+ day lift ticket can bring a child with them for free! Both Sipapu and Pajarito Mountain have “Car Load Days”. Bring your family (limit five per vehicle) and mention the deal to get discounted lift tickets for the group – only $50 at Sipapu and $99 at Pajarito. Sipapu also offers Parents Ski Free Week and Children Ski Free weeks. During those days, a parent lift ticket is free with the purchase of a child lift ticket or vice versa.

6. Be a Super Senior

Most Ski Areas offer discounts for seniors ranging from $15 season passes to free lift tickets! Visit each area’s website to learn more about what rules apply and ways you can save.

7. Military Discounts

All ski areas in New Mexico offer discounts to active duty military members. Sandia, Ski Santa Fe, Taos Ski Valley, Angel Fire Resort also provide discount for retired military members. Red River Ski & Summer Area also extend their military discount to the service member’s spouse and children. Ski Apache extends the military discount to the children of service members. Sipapu offers free lift tickets to active duty military personnel throughout the season with limited blackout dates.

8. Season Passes

Season passes are a great way to save money for the family of frequent skiers and snowboarders. Often times, resorts offer reciprocity with each other, which means your season pass could also get you free or discounted tickets at other resorts, in the US and abroad.

9 . Mountain Collective

If you usually ski in other areas, but still want New Mexico to be part of your trip, consider buying a Mountain Collective Pass. It offers two days at each of the included resorts for only $419 for adults and $99 for children while supplies last.

10. Ski New Mexico Membership

Become a member of Ski NM and you’ll also be buying a pass to all 8 ski areas.  The membership gets you 2 days at each area and the card is transferrable so you have all winter for you and your family to see all 8 areas in NM…twice. Ski New Mexico True Pass is $300 while supplies last. Order today

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