Ski season is in full force and it seems as though this winter will hopefully be better than last in regards to snow on the mountains. While there are many ways to get lift ticket discounts at mountains (,, local gas stations), Costco has some great deals. The great thing about Costco is that you can return the pre-purchased lift ticket if you end up not using it (just make sure to double check with your local Costco).

Keep in mind that each Costco location carry different mountains lift tickets as they typically offer those in the region. I was at my nearby Costco this past weekend (116th street in NYC) and saw they were offering for Hunter Mountain and Park City.

So here are some of the various mountain deals I’ve found.

  • Hunter Mountain, New York: Two unrestricted lift tickets for $98
  • Park City, Utah: 5 any day lift tickets for $338
  • The Canyons, Utah: 2 pack of 3 out of 7 days for Canyons for $400
  • Alyeska Ski Resort, Alaska:  Two-Day Adult Lift Ticket for $104.99 (order online)
  • Big White Resort, British Columbia: Adult 2-Day Flex Pass for $129.00 (order online)
  • Red Mountain Resort, British Columbia: Two 1-da lift tickets for $89.99 (order online)
  • Mt Hood Meadows Ski Resort, Oregon: Learn to Ski or Snowboard Package – includes, 3 days of lift day passes, 2 hour lessons and equipment rentals (order online)
  • Eldora, Colorado: 3 pack for $119
  • Mount Tremblant, Canada: 2 day for $129.99 or 3 day for $189.99; also the two-pack includes two $10 meal vouchers and the three-pack includes three $10 meal vouchers (order online)
  • Diamond Peak, Tahoe: While I cannot find the prices, you can purchase these discounted lift tickets at these Costco locations
  • Whitefish Mountain, Montanta: 2 any day tickets for $99

Feel free to comment if your Coscto has any others than listed above and I will add to the list. I’ve also heard that REI stores sometimes have discounted lift tickets as well. Enjoy!

  • Swag said,

    I was at Costco in West Plano TX (DFW area) yesterday, and saw Park City and also Durango Mountain Resort CO.

  • Cindy G said,

    Whistler, anyone?? I dragged my feet buying them thru Working Advantage and if course they’re long gone. :/

  • Chetan said,

    How much was Park City and Durango in DFW?

  • dealswelike said,

    @Chetan – I believe Park City is the same price at all Costco’s.

  • Anthony said,

    Phoenix consistently gets Durango

  • Spencer F said,

    Costco in Edmonton had Sunshine Resort in Banff

  • brad k said,

    You have to be careful and understand the rules/dates, but I’ve had luck in finding lift ticket deals on ebay.

  • thomas said,

    Alyeska Ski Resort is in Alaska.

  • chris dreiss said,

    is the park city lift tickets for a min of 5 days??

  • dealswelike said,

    @Chris – It is for 5 individual day tickets. So can be used by multiple people or throughout the entire season, whatever you want.

  • Miro said,

    I could use a hook up with some Whistler lift ticket deals as well. $83 at Vancouver 7-11 does not cut it as a deal.

  • Leo said,

    agreed i need whistler lift tickets as well.

  • Yana K said,

    @Cindy G and Miro – for Whistler try one of the two things: a) buying at Capilano University’s Student Union in North Vancouver – $85 fla (reportedly don’t need to be a student) or b) if taking a shuttle from Vancouver to Whistler – Snowbus sells them at $82 plus tax (as an add-on to one way or round trip) or Greyhound has a package for a round trip and two day lift ticket for $190+tax.

  • John said,

    Seven 11 in Squamish but they are not any cheaper than the $82-85 plus tax range. If from Canada or Washington St. use the Edge Card – see Whistler website.

  • Carlos m said,

    Going to steamboat next month. Anyone know if the Denver Costco carries lift tix deals for steamboat?

Add A Comment

home top

Some of the links within Deals We Like will pay a small commission. Deals We Like has financial relationships with some of the credit cards mentioned, and Deals We Like may be compensated if consumers choose to apply for these links in the content, and ultimately sign up for them. Deals We Like takes no responsibility for any decisions and / or outcomes resulting from actions. This proprietor of this site is not a financial adviser, nor should be relied upon for individual advice.

Disclaimer: This content is not provided or commissioned by American Express. Opinions expressed here are author's alone, not those of American Express, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by American Express. This site may be compensated through American Express Affiliate Program.