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    Posted: Aug/31/2010 at 3:47am
Hi guys do you know any sites that can give me a package deal for snowboarding trip to utah. Im from ny so i would need airplane tickets hotel and lift tickets. Seems like booking them separately would cost alot more so maybe there is a site that can give u a package deal. looking to stay for a week.
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http://www.skiutah.com/winter/index.html

You might want to check out skiutah...although I found it was cheaper for me to go and book separately for everything.  If you're going to be riding the cottonwood canyons resorts, you can take the bus to them and stay in downtown SLC or in the Sandy area (which I do all the time).  Prices for hotels are a lot cheaper than slopeside (less than $100 a night).

For lift tickets I buy passes at the local stores and that usually saves me $20 per ticket or I just buy the superpass.

Airplane...you'll just have to look around for sales.
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Which resort is the best for utah or is there somewhere i can stay close to where i can visit multiple resorts. maybe a pass that lets me go to different ones?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/31/2010 at 3:58am
are you sure they are more expensive to book themselves?
 
Priceline.com can probably nab you a cheap hotel for a decent price, using their name you price feature. You can also do this with plane tickets, but you gotta be sure when your going and you pretty much have to be dying to cancel.
 
For lift tickets, liftopia.com, has never failed me.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/31/2010 at 3:59am
Originally posted by rafiki121

Which resort is the best for utah or is there somewhere i can stay close to where i can visit multiple resorts. maybe a pass that lets me go to different ones?


I would recommend looking through that site I just put up.  It let's you know the resorts around SLC.  The 4 cottonwood canyon resorts have the superpass...you buy it online, etc and you go to the one resort out of the 4 and redeem it for a lift ticket there.  It's like $60 a day and that includes unlimited public transportation I believe. 

Will you have a car?  If you do...everything was within an hours worth of driving when I stayed in SLC last year.
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how long did you stay how much was it 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/31/2010 at 4:08am
Originally posted by rafiki121

how long did you stay how much was it 


I stayed 9 days/8nights from like christmas till a day or two after new years.  I live in socal so I drove to Utah so I had a car there.  With lodging, lift tickets, food, and gas it came out to $800 for the whole time there.  I know I could've gone cheaper with lodging, but I decided to splurge a bit.

If you're going with a big group another option would be to rent an apartment through VRBO or something.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/31/2010 at 4:10am
why is it when i search liftopia it keeps telling me there are no tickets for those dates
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/31/2010 at 4:14am
Woah 9 days 8 nights how may ppl in your room and 800 did not include plane ticket right? how much was a car rental?
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Woah 9 days 8 nights how may ppl in your room and 800 did not include plane ticket right? how much was a car rental?


One other person in the room, no plane ticket since I said I drove there, and the car is mine so I didn't rent a car.

The nice thing about the hotel I stayed at...they had free breakfast and they had a snack time at night and they had decent food.  So I didn't spend money on breakfast for every day I was there and for couple of the nights I didn't spend money on dinner.

But again you can get away with not having a car there since they have public transportation to the ski resorts (cottonwood canyon) and book at a hotel which offers free shuttle to and from the airport or take public transportation.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/31/2010 at 4:20am
oooo hmmm thats pretty damn good trip.  Do you remember the name of the hotel.  From the sounds of it Im going to use your hotel the superpass and maybe car rental and drive
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/31/2010 at 4:28am

I went to Utah last March and I got my lift tickets from Canyon Sports.  You might want to check them out.  www.canyonsports.com

Also, if you can fly in pretty early in the day, Park City offers free lift tickets the day you fly in.  All you have to do is fill out a form from their website and show them your flight voucher. 
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