The early bird gets the worm, the early booker gets great discounts at New Mexico ski resorts. For those of you looking for great deals or eager to hit the slopes, planning ahead can save time and money.
Red River Ski and Summer Area
Visiting Red River Ski and Summer Area during Deal Daze is a great way to save on a trip to the southern Rocky Mountains. Deal Daze are Dec. 1-3 and 8-10, 2017, and during those days, full-day lift tickets start at $38, and half-day tickets start at $28. Purchase tickets online.
Angel Fire Resort
Angel Fire Resort is offering the 25/25 Deal until Dec. 8. When you stay three nights and ski two days or more, you save 25 percent on lift tickets and lodging. The discount can be used between Jan. 7 and March 25. To learn more about the offer, visit the website. Book online or call 800-633-7463.
Snowsports weeks at Taos are one of a kind, literally. It is the only full-week program in North America where students meet for 2 hours six days in a row to improve their skills, learn more about skiing and snowboarding, and meet new friends. These become available December 10 and occur weekly throughout the season. There are different packages available depending on your interests and level. For example, beginners can learn quickly with the First Experience Snowsports Week. Click here to learn more about Snowsports Weeks at Taos.
Ski Santa Fe
A Snow Sports Passport at Ski Santa Fe is your ticket to savings all season long. Starting this season, every person who completes a lesson package at the Ski Santa Fe Snow Sports School will receive $25 off of an all-day lift ticket, $25 off of any lesson or package, and $15 off any ski and snowboard rental package. The sooner you go, the sooner you can save. For more information view their website.
So what will it be? A road trip to Red River for some Deal Daze fun? A stay in Angel Fire with family? A week-long excursion at Taos? Or improving your skills at Ski Santa Fe? Any option you choose, you’ll be saving money while enjoying winter sports. What could be better?