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Mammoth Launches Rewards Card

Mammoth Launches Rewards Card

posted: 10/23/2007

MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN, CA (News Release - October 22, 2007) - Early season snow has already fallen in Mammoth and the mountain is scheduled to open for the season on November 8, 2007! Mammoth is proud to announce the launch of the brand-new Mammoth Rewards Card and FrequenSki Card, which offer the opportunity for guests to reward themselves for skiing and riding and save on lift tickets at the same time. With either card, guests ski or ride 10 days and receive the 11th day free!

Mammoth Rewards and FrequenSki
The Mammoth Rewards Card saves guests $10 on all regularly priced, non-holiday lift tickets and costs just $49 to signup (based on adult pricing). Youth, child and senior pricing are also available. The FrequenSki Card has no cost to signup. With a free lift ticket on the 11th day, Mammoth visitors have a great excuse to ride the new high-speed six-pack, Cloud Nine Express, as often as they want!

College Students Save
In addition to Mammoth's College Season Pass, which is valid every day of the 2007/08 season with no black-out dates, college students receive the Mammoth Rewards Card free with advance signup. That means college students receive $10 off each regularly priced lift ticket and the 11th ticket free, with no upfront cost.

The Mammoth Rewards Card and FrequenSki Card are available now at or by calling 800.MAMMOTH.

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