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11 Best Lift Ticket Deals in the U.S.

Best Lift Ticket Deals in the U.S.

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Some mountains offer deals on select days and then there are those few classic resorts that believe a whole family should be able to afford to get on the mountain any day of the season. Some of these mountains are on the smaller side but offer enough terrain to keep any skier or rider busy.

From the East to the West, we’ve rounded up 11 mountains with low lift ticket prices and a whole lot of value. 

Best Deals in the East

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Northeast Slopes—Vt.

Northeastslopes.org

Adult lift ticket: $15 ($10 on Wednesday)

This mountain may be on the smaller side with just 360 feet of vertical and around 40 acres of skiable terrain, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in price and charm. These slopes are known for their friendly volunteers who are usually on hand to show you around or give you a quick lesson and you can't beat the price.

Pine Mountain—Mich.

Pinemountainresort.com

Adult lift ticket: $20 weekdays; $42 weekends

With 500 feet of vertical and 160 skiable acres, Pine Mountain is a local favorite. Its also the only mountain in the Upper Peninsula where two kids (12 and under) can ski free with the purchase of one adult lift ticket.

Black Mountain—Maine

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Adult lift ticket: $25

Maine's fourth highest vertical comes at a very reasonable price. Just $25 a day will get you access to 1,100 feet of downhill on 143 acres.

Mount Peter—N.Y.

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Adult lift ticket: $25 weekdays; $45 weekends

Mount Peter is perhaps best known for its beginner programs and terrain, but in reality there is something for every skier or boarder. The 79-year-old resort may be on the smaller side (450 feet of vertical on 70 skiable acres), but their offerings, old school friendliness and extensive night skiing terrain will surely win anyone over.

Plattekill—N.Y.

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Adult lift ticket: $40-$52 at window, but you can get tickets starting at $18 if you buy online now.

With plenty of challenging terrain and solid snowmaking capabilities, this mountain is a deal not to be missed, but buy now while the cheap lift tickets are still available.

Ski Butternut—Mass.

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Adult lift ticket: $25 weekdays; $55 weekends

1,000 feet of vertical on 110 acres for just $25 during the week? You're going to need to call in sick for a day…or maybe three.

Best Deals in the West

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Howelsen Hill—Colo.

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Adult lift ticket: $25

The oldest Colorado ski mountain in continuous use has a ton of history. Home to the largest natural ski jump in the country and 150 inches of snow annually Howelsen attracts thrill seekers and powder hounds alike.

Anthony Lakes Mountain Resort—Ore.

Anthonylakes.com

Adult lift ticket: $35

A sizeable area for a small ticket price, Anthony Lakes is a favorite for beating the crowds and enjoying a day on the slopes. The generous 1,500 acres of skiable terrain meets some of the best cat skiing in the area--oh and it’s family-friendly too.

Soda Springs—Calif.

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Adult lift ticket: $39

This classic ski area touts itself as the number one family resort in the state, but it has terrain for everyone.

Bluewood—Wash.

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Adult lift ticket: $44

Powder stashes and glades galore, Bluewood is most impressive in the numbers. 300 inches of snow annually on more than 400 skiable acres with a 1,125 foot vertical--how's that for $44?

Ski Cooper—Colo.

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Adult lift ticket: $48

With an average annual snowfall of 275 inches and crazy amounts of accessible terrain, Cooper is a great choice for those trying to get the most snow for their money.