by G. Kunkel
If one is looking for the price of a lift ticket sold at King Soopers grocery store in Colorado, that information is not available on the internet. You'll need to go to a store.
Prices vary throughout the season. Prices are higher during the holiday periods.
In general, one saves about $9 off the lift ticket window price. This is especially true with Breckenridge or Keystone.
One can find better deals that individual resorts offer like 'I Ski with KBCO', Wolf Creek 'Local Appreciation Days', or 'Hooky Day' at Loveland. The restrictions on these however are very tight. Typically, they are just offered once a month and are generally on weekdays.
If one really needs the price of a lift ticket at King Soopers, one can order that information from me. I will then go to a Front Range store location and get the price for a specific date at a specific resort. For example, you wish to ski at Breckenridge on March 5, 2015.
The price per resort/ one date is $5.
Be sure to include a note with the name of the Colorado ski resort and date you need the price for. The lift ticket must be sold at King Soopers. Please allow a two day turn-around time.
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