App-iness Arrives for iPhone and Android Skiers & Snowboarders

Ski Coupons' New App

The Ski Coupons’ Team is proud to announce our brand new mobile App!  Our programmers have been toiling away all summer to bring you the most comprehensive way to save money when visiting ski resorts all year long! Now, you can spend less time searching for deals, discounts and coupons and more time on the slopes enjoying all the money you save! What’s more, our skiing app is free to download and free to use!

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Save Magic Mountain: Buy One Lift Ticket Get Another For Free

When Magic Mountain in Vermont comes to mind most people will say something like, “It’s classic, old-fashioned skiing with no crowds, no unnecessary glitzy resort stuff, no obnoxious skiers who don’t know what they’re doing, no bull. It is just a great resort for real skiing and riding.” It’s a wonderful resort, simple as that, and they set out to prove that to you by offering 2-for-1 lift tickets all season long, valid every day but holidays. Since 1962 New Englanders have been making the trek to the Magic Mountain to enjoy the fun both on and off the slopes.

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8 Great Ways to Spend Time on the Mountain!

We all love to ski and ride during the winter, but there are tons of other great activities on the mountain that can be just as much fun and  less of a hassle. Lift tickets can be costly, skiing can be exhausting, and keeping track of everyone can be stressful. For savvy and adventurous winter lovers, taking a day off away from insane lift lines and crowds can be a rare blessing. Here are some fantastic deals on some of our favorite winter activities.

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Waterville Valley Savings Entice You to Come Check Out the Changes!


Grab some Waterville Valley Deals on our site and check out the great changes underway there. The Sununu family along with a group of investors purchased the ski resort and its properties from the California-based company Booth Creek Resorts in October 2010. Since then, the owners have been making impressive improvements to the property that will definitely excite any and all skiers and riders. And while the area suffered some damage after hurricane Irene, the ski area and businesses in the area have made sure that they will be prepared for the upcoming winter season.

Waterville Valley Ski Area has vastly improved its offerings, including adding an amazing Zaugg brand Pipe Monster, which is truly a monster. The 18-foot pipe has been showcased at the Winter X-Games and the US Open Snowboarding Championship. Zoom down one of the largest half pipes in the world, and revel in the intensity of the experience.

Waterville Valley has also added over $500,000 worth of improvements, including 25 new energy-efficient snowmaking tower guns. Forget about issues with snowpack. These towers greatly extend the snowmaking capacity of the resort. The company has also purchased a grooming cat, and it has made upgrades to restrooms in the base lodge. It has also added more family bathrooms, and the Alpine Grill food service area and menu has been greatly improved.

Coppertoppe Inn

If you are tired of expensive snowboard/skiing lesson fees, then Waterville Valley has another treat for you. Starting this season, you can learn how to ski or snowboard for $35. This package is for all skiers ages 7 and up, but you must purchase your tickets up to 24 hours in advance. Rent quality equipment for up to 50% off at the wonderful and locally ownedWaterville Valley Discounts. Also, while you are in the area stay at the delightfully well-appointed Lodging Deals in Waterville Valley and get 25% off your reservation.

The Waterville village offers year-round entertainment for both locals and tourists. The ski area has 12 lifts and 52 trails on over 250 acres of land. It boasts the highest ski slopes in the state at 4,000 feet. The village also has skate parks, an ice arena and an athletic club to enjoy while visitors are off the slopes. It’s gearing up to be another wonderful winter season in New Hampshire

Boreal Mountain Resort Open in July!

July Shred Fest Announced!

Slap on the sun screen and dust off the ski and snowboard gear for some summer skiing in Tahoe.  Get your shred on for only $20, and head up to Boreal Resort from 10am – 2pm, July 10th & 11th to enjoy a once in a lifetime experience.  A full terrain park will be set up to enjoy, accessed via the Castle Peak Quad. 

2010/2011 season pass holders can get in using their pass. Season passes will be on sale during the day.  Gather 5 friends to purchase season passes to save even more! Ski lift service will include one lift, one run with terrain park features, season pass/ticket office, food & beverages and rentals. For additional details visit Boreal Mountain Resort

Boreal Mountain Resort Open in July!

3rd Annual Ultimate Boarder at Northstar March 18-19

Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort is hosting the 3rd Annual Ultimate Boarder Championship Kick-Off on March 18th and 19th. This event is a triathlon competition that lasts a week, and unlike many snow sports events focuses only on boards. Skateboarding, surfing and snowboarding are the focus at this event that recognizes the booming popularity of all types of board sports among young athletes and the popular of the past-time of board sports among amateur athletes and kids just looking to have fun.

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February 27th is Betty Fest at Keystone


Keystone Ski Resort hosts the Betty Fest on February 27th and 28th. The Betty Fest is a festival especially designed for women. Women can enjoy skiing and snowboarding in an environment designed to allow them to learn and enjoy themselves

without intimidation or the pressure that people often feel when hitting the snow at a top resort like Keystone with others around to see them.

The emphasis is on a fun learning environment just for women, with things like extensive training on the trails of the Keystone Ski and Ride School. Participants can be videotaped so that they can see their form and be analyzed by the teachers to help them improve their skiing and snowboarding skills. The weekend will also be full of discussion groups about women’s issues such as nutrition, health issues and on-the-snow equipment for women.

Classes and training are led by qualified, PSIA-certified instructors who are also all women, to help everyone feel comfortable on this women’s weekend. Annie Black, who was named Ski Instructor of the Year in Colorado, will be one of the instructors at Keystone at the Betty Fest. Groups are kept small to offer more support and camaraderie in this weekend designed to let women support women in snow sports.

Ladies can also enjoy a lunch each day as well as an après-ski party. The Betty Fest is held monthly at Keystone, with February session over the weekend of the 27th and 28th The price is $245 per person, for the weekend or $150 for one day, plus lift tickets.