In conjunction with the San Francisco 49ers playing in this year’s Super Bowl, Sugar Bowl ski resort is offering $49 lift tickets on Super Bowl Sunday.
Sugar Bowl is offering a major discount on pre-purchase lift tickets, but the deals don’t stop there. Other pre-purchase specials include lessons, equipment rentals and lodging on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 2.
In addition, Sugar Bowl will hold a Super Bowl party with food and drink specials and viewing on high definition TVs at the Judah Lodge. See details below for food and drink specials, raffles each quarter, and more.
Note, that to get any of the discounts, skiers and snowboarders must make purchases online at least two days in advance.
“The San Francisco 49ers are one of our ‘home teams,’ and we’re excited they’re playing in the big game this year,” said Jon Slaughter, executive director of sales and marketing at Sugar Bowl Resort. “Super Bowl Sunday has always been a great day to get on the mountain, and this year is even more special since the Niners are playing for the championship. To cheer on San Francisco, we’re throwing a big party and offering Niner-inspired deals for those who want to hit the slopes prior to kick-of.”
On Super Bowl Sunday, Sugar Bowl will offer:
- $49 lift tickets that must be purchased online at least two days ahead (subject to sellout)
- $49 performance ski or snowboard rentals (no reservation required)
- $49 demo skis in the Village retail shop
- $99 adult group lesson packages (ages 13-above) when booked in advance over the phone by calling 530 426-9000, extension 5022.
- $149 slopeside rooms at the Sugar Bowl Hotel; watch the game in the Belt Room Bar and wake up the next day just steps from the slopes
- Random giveaways will be awarded on the mountain to those wearing San Francisco 49ers jerseys
At the Judah Lodge Super Bowl party, food and drink specials will include $2.99 happy hour beers throughout the game, eight wings
with dipping sauce for $8.49, and jumbo pizza slices for $4.49. Raffle prizes will be awarded at the end of each quarter, including a free season pass at the end of the game.
Mid-winter snow conditions exist at Sugar Bowl, with the entire mountain open and all lifts scheduled daily as weather and conditions
permit. The resort has received 9 inches of snow in the past 10 days, and season-to-date, Sugar Bowl has received 15½ feet of snow at the summit, and over 13 feet at its base.
For more information on how to purchase Super Bowl lift tickets and other discounts, visit www.sugarbowl.com.