Got rack? If it's a Thule, Jay Peak Resort on the snowy northern border of Vermont will give you and anyone else in your vehicle a $40 lift ticket for the day.
Roll up to Jay Peak on select Tuesdays with Thule hardware mounted to your roof and everyone in the vehicle can ski or ride for only $40 per person. But wait, there's more. You also get rock star parking. Jay's Valet will direct you to a special "Thule Rack only" parking area close to the slopes.
After a full day shredding Jay's legendary pow, stop by the Tower Bar for après specials and Thule giveaways.
2013 Thule Tuesdays: January 8, February 12, March 12 and April 9.
But come ski Jay any day. The resort slashed its lift ticket prices for 2013. Now, ski a single-day ticket is $64, not $75. Multiday tickets get $10 cheaper each additional day you ski. So a five-day ticket will be discounted by $50. The more you ski, the more you save. Do the math, or better yet, don't--just go ski Jay.
Two for One Airline Tickets for Arizonians and San Fran-ers Who Want to Ski the Butte: Yes, you read right. Crested Butte just announced that skiers flying out of Phoenix-Mesa and Oakland International can get two-for-one airline tickets non-stop to Crested Butte Mountain Resort.
The Telluride Montrose Regional Air Organization (TMRAO), Telluride Ski Resort (TSG) and Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR) put the deal together with Allegiant Air. Allegiant's round trip fares from both cities are right around $100, and direct flights run through April 3, 2013. Buy two-for-one tickets on or before January 31, 2013 for this ski season. See the complete flight schedule at allegiantair.com.
And while you're in the area, visit Telluride. Telluride and Crested Butte offer a two-resort ticket this season, the Ultimate 6 Pass, good for 3 ski/ride days at each resort. $439 through January 31 at liftopia.com.