Bargain lift ticket deals at Mt. Rose ski resort

Although lift ticket prices go up every year and other related costs continue to rise as well, there are still bargains for the smart skiing and snowboard shopper.

Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe is offering lots of enticing deals for the 2017-18 ski season. The resort, located off Mt. Rose Highway in Nevada, is once again offering some bargains on lift tickets and lessons.

Mt. Rose was the first Lake Tahoe ski resort to open this season. It has traditionally offered enticing midweek lift ticket deals.

Mt. Rose continues its tradition of offering “Two-Fer Tuesdays.” Every non-holiday Tuesday during the winter season, all full-day lift tickets are two for the price of one. Tickets can be purchased online in advance or at the resort.

Mt. Rose is also offering “Ladies Day Thursdays.” Every Thursday, non-holiday, ladies can purchase $49 full-day lift tickets online in advance or at the resort.

Discounts for Veterans: In honor of their service, Mt. Rose offers $69 full-day lift tickets to active duty military members all season long, non-holiday. Current ID must be provided at the resort to take advantage of this offer.

Ski the Day you Fly: Mt. Rose is located only 25 minutes from the Reno Tahoe International Airport. Skiers or riders can present a boarding pass for a $69 full-day lift ticket (non-holiday) the day they fly.

Season passes: For those who want to ski or ride all season long, Mt. Rose season passes range from $299 for a single day of the week pass valid all season long, to $649 for an unrestricted pass.

Mt. Rose received more than 770 inches of snow for the 2016-17 season. That shattered the old Mt. Rose mark of 600 inches in 1994-95. The ski resort has recorded 500 or more inches five times in its history.

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