Attend the Gildan Bowl & Save

December 15, 2015 | By: Monica Christofferson

Two more reasons to attend the 2015 Gildan New Mexico Bowl

Excitement over the 2015 Gildan New Mexico Bowl is growing, thanks in part to Lobo fans having the opportunity to see their team in a bowl game so close to home. Through a partnership with the New Mexico Tourism Department, Ski New Mexico and the Gildan New Mexico Bowl, New Mexicans now have another reason to be excited.

Ticketholders will receive 50% off of a single-day adult lift ticket at any of New Mexico’s alpine ski areas December 20 – December 25, 2015, by simply presenting their ticket stub at guest services upon arrival at the ski area. Each New Mexico Bowl ticket can be redeemed for one discounted lift ticket.

Seven of New Mexico’s eight alpine ski areas are open for the season, with officials at Sandia Peak Ski & Tramway optimistic for opening the ski area after the next round of winter storms.

“This is a great opportunity to get New Mexicans out on the slopes, while also exposing fans from Arizona to the incredible snow sports in New Mexico,” said Rebecca Latham, cabinet secretary of the New Mexico Tourism Department.  “We’re grateful to Ski New Mexico and our ski industry for offering such a generous incentive that encourages travel around the state and makes going to the Gildan New Mexico Bowl an even better experience.”

On top of the 50 percent discount off a single-day lift ticket with your Gildan New Mexico Bowl ticket stub, members of New Mexico’s hospitality and tourism industry, and those individuals wishing to support the four New Mexico True Heroes at the game, are eligible to purchase a four-pack of tickets to the bowl game for $120 (a $40 savings) at by using promo code NMTRUE15 at checkout.

The 10th annual Gildan New Mexico Bowl will kick off on the FBS Bowl season opening day, on Saturday, Dec. 19 at Noon. The Arizona Wildcats (Pac-12) and the New Mexico Lobos (Mountain West) will play at University Stadium in Albuquerque, and will be broadcast nationally on ESPN and ESPN Radio.

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