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    Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 7:45am
Evidently, I play a lot of expensive sports.

Snowboarding: $350 for season pass, $500 for ski lease, probably another $300 for lift tickets, ~$600-$800 for gas a season, hopefully split with some people at least some of the time. Usually a board a year for another $300, but I usually also sell one so it doesn't cost that much effectively. Hoping to do Utah this season, so add another $500-700 for the whole trip.

Hockey: $900 a year for ice (2 seasons), $600-700 for roller (4-5 seasons). Skates every 2-3 years or so for ~$300-400 for ice & roller each. Probably 2 sticks a year at $120 each. Maybe misc gear for another $100 a year (gloves, helmet, jerseys, socks).

Auto-racing: auto-x is usually about $60 for a day. Track days are ~$200. Car upgrades/mods/wear parts probably add up to $1k a year or so, skewed higher in the first year of owning a car.

Mountain biking: after buying the bike, mostly free other than patch kits. season pass to downhill in Tahoe is only an extra $60 or $70 on top of my ski season pass.

Golf: (haven't play regularly in a while, but looking to get back into it this summer) ~$40 greens fees. I have some pretty cheapo clubs I bought back in '05.
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Biking and snowboarding easily...
 
Ski Lease - 1000, gas is easily 1000
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 7:52am
Snowboarding for me. Of course when I get new gear it brings the costs up higher, but in a year where I have all my gear, $300 season pass, about $300 in trips outside that mountain and about $25 in gas a trip, so more than $500 for that.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 7:54am
other than snowboarding, every other sport i play is basically free (basketball, football), just have to buy shoes and cleats every now and then.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 8:02am
Are we including doctor bills............SmileCryDead?

I'd say snowboarding first, then skateboarding (I can go through decks quickly during the warm months and injuries come somewhat often).  I've been thinking about getting a downhill/park bike, but it wasn't in the cards this year, so maybe next... that will make biking be up there as well.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 8:15am
snowboarding, far and away...especially if you inc. travel funds.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 8:36am
Umm....is shopping considered a sport? Wink
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 8:37am
where are you guys finding ski leases for $500-$1000?

are there openings?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 9:07am
Cougar hunting. My monthly expenses for hair care products and Brut cologne is through the roof. Then add in the VFW membership and the cartons of Marlboro lightl 100's. Oh yeah, can't leave out the assortment of Lord Baltimore's finest plastic bottle gut rot liquors. It's a expensive hobby but its so worth it.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 9:10am
^ Hell's yeah, that is an expensive sport.  And then there's the cost of stuffing and mounting the cougars...

Edited for accuracy.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 9:12am
true. If you gett a really filthy one it could cost alot more than just the mounting fee.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 10:26am
If drag racing is a sport, that is the winner! Besides that Golf would have to win, as a round of golf can get pricey. Everything else if fairly cheap. Beer during volleyball can add up over the coarse of a year...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 10:31am
Definitely snowboarding unless you count drinking as a sport.  Surfing is much cheaper with no fee to enter the ocean.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 10:32am
golf for me, considering clubs cost a wazoo, plus green fees which are also wazoo

and im bad so having to get new balls more wazoo
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 11:01am
I spend about 800 bucks a year on snowboarding. That's for gear and season passes.
I spend about a hundred per year on soccer.
I spend anywhere from 50 to a hundred a year on longboarding.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 11:22am

Snowboarding for sure, lift tickets and even gas expenses.

Everything else, basketball/vball/baseball/ are mainly free. Even if i have to pay to drop in and play it will only cost 2-4 each time.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 11:22am
zakk, my ski lease is in south lake tahoe, so about 40 minutes from kirkwood. It has beds for 7, but 14 members, so you're not guaranteed a bed (but the couches & air mattresses are plentiful). Since I almost always go up in the middle of the week, I usually have the place to myself, so it doesn't bother me at all. I didn't see a single other member of the lease until the end of Feb, I think.

Usual prices are $900-1200, depending on the size, right? How expensive are the leases you're looking at?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 11:26am
my car. Monthly payment, insurance, maintanance. Im sure it outweighs what i spend on boarding.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 11:31am
Originally posted by Dsturs

my car. Monthly payment, insurance, maintanance. Im sure it outweighs what i spend on boarding.
 
l'm sure driving isn't a sport unless you go drifitng or dragging.
 
l spend most on ski/snowboard for my gf. she doesn't ralyl like it but l want her to go. so ski set= 700, board set=500 yrly pass 400$*2
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 11:58am
Snowboarding, but that is almost free for me anyway because at 15 my parents still pay my lift tickets and accomodation.:)This year i did buy my own board though and i payed for some of my clothing.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 12:09pm
Hobby-wise, boarding for sure.  I can spend a few bucks on musical instruments too, but for some reason it's a lot easier for me to justify buying boarding equipment.
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snowboarding and biking
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 12:30pm
By far boarding, $350 for a season pass, then you add gas and food to/from and that's alot, plus the occasional trip to somewhere I don't have pass to like PA, CO, or VT.

BMX besides the bikes is relatively cheap, same with skateboarding. Used to be Paintball for sure, but I stopped playing competitively and sold most of my gear so I don't really go anymore.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 12:31pm
Snowboarding for sure. Boards, bindings, gears, etc...then it forces you to buy a 4x4 car..then season pass, lift tickets on other resorts, plain tickets..expensive but all worth it
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OMG, snowboarding has definitely cost me the MOST and by FAR! Adding up all my costs for basketball, soccer, tennis, and running still doesn't amount to how much I've spent on hard goods, soft goods, and of course, TRIPS in just one year!

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Can't believe no one said wakeboarding.  I don't do it anymore, and never had a fancy boat but these no ones suck fuel like crazy.  Even if you take out the boat & truck purchase, maintenance & repairs get expensive real fast.
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golf & alcohol
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 1:12pm
Definitely snowboarding for me.  $300 a year for season pass / $850 in fuel / $2,000 for cabin rental (once a year when I take the wife and kids for a week), and probably $300-$500 in new gear (misc. jackets, pants, gloves, goggles).  My addiction besides riding is buying at least a few new pieces of gear a year.
I'm also into rockcrawling in our custom Jeep which we have more money dumped into than I am willing to admit.  Now that it's done and paid for, our only cost is fuel and a little maintenance hear and there.  Occasionaly we pay to camp, but we usually four wheel into our camps so we don't have to pay.  God has been very good to my family and I.
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Drinking, easily 1/3 of income.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 1:18pm
^ drinking, seriously?

I can't imagine how my liver would look if 1 out of every $3 I earned was spend on booze.
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Originally posted by ddomski

^ drinking, seriously?
I can't imagine how my liver would look if 1 out of every $3 I earned was spend on booze.

I'm donating mine to science, so you will be able to see it!
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Definitely snowboarding, especially considering I bought most of my fiance's gear for her too.
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Some people drop way more than 1/3d of their money on drinking, but it's totally worth it
 
 
Also, CO, get ready to spend double on everything now that you're getting married
 
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or triple if you have a kid.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 1:56pm
Definitely snowboarding, the gear alone costs a pretty penny and has to be replaced every few seasons. Not to mention, it's the only sport I play that I have to pay for a season pass each year, which the epic pass has gone up again... 650$ next season. On top of that the gas to get back and forth is ridiculous.

Rock-climbing is my second expensive sport. It's free to climb, but all the gear, crash pad for bouldering, then top ropes, technical carabiners, harness, shoes etc. it all adds up!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 5:10pm
snowboarding by far....will spend about 2 to 3 k when it is all said and done this coming year.

soccer about 500

surfing is basically free :)

tennis maybe 100 a year if that.
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Snowboarding... 300 to 500 a year on a new board and/or bindings. 2-300 on food and random clothing. At least 85 on my membership fees maybe more for clinics. 60 or so on goggles. 100 on sunglasses. Kinda just stops there. Maybe extra for conventions. I need to get some skis on of these days.
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Its a snowboarding site, what do you expect me to say.  Of coarse its snowboarding, but baseball is next in line.  But it doesn't touch what I spend in snowboarding in one season.  I try not to think how much I spend, because if my wife found out she would kill me!
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beer pong. LOL
but yeah probably snowboarding...
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In total, I'm in over $1'000 for snowboarding. But over the years, I've spent around twice more on snooker. I'm crazy I know.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 6:09pm
Snowboarding easily. Season pass alone cost $1200 this year since I dropped my study work load to work on-mountain. Add boards, clothes, etc and it's well between $2,000 and $3,000 for the year!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/01/2011 at 6:42pm
me thinks my snowboarding budget will make some faint LOL

my own gear probably spent about 1.5k on that
locally i have spent/will spend
1500 a season (this equates to about actually only 8 days on the mountain mind you)


all standard...then my international boarding trips so far cost me about 12.5k
i dropped 5k to board in japan in feb (14 days...10 days snowboarding)
another 2.5k to board in nz for a week in August (1 week, 5 days on the mountain)
and another 4.5k last year for japan feb last year (14 days, 11 days boarding)

sure some of the travel shouldn't be counted but the main activity on the holiday is snowboarding therefore majority of the funds is for boarding

close second is cycling - about 1k on gear
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other then snowboarding i spend alot on bmx stuff like parts
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Definitely snowboarding, in australia prices are ridiculously inflated. So yeah thats where all my moneygoes

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I spend so much money on snowboarding.  I could probably have paid off my student loan if I didn't snowboard so much.
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ice hockey and snowboarding.  they're the ONLY two sports, but the most expensive.  Even riding my rode bike around, which doesn't really count, is really cheap because i ride a reallly old bike that i got for free.  so yeah.
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owning a car is what i spend the most money on besides normal life things like rent and bills.  i really don't spend much on snowboarding except buying my lift ticket each year, and the gas if you count that but it's not far.  i'm lucky to be able to say that.  snowboarding gets expensive when you're really into it, and i'm lucky to live close to a great mountain that doesn't kill us on season passes.
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Originally posted by spenser

and i'm lucky to live close to a great mountain that doesn't kill us on season passes.


I read an article that they were considering privatizing the mountain? Did that fall through or is that still being considered? And do you think that would substantially increase season pass prices?
If you couldn't tell I'm still holding on to my plan of relocating heh
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eaglecrest?  i haven't heard anything about that as far as i remember.. it would be a bad idea because the market for all that is not big enough to sustain them last i knew... it may be "alaska" and a great mountain but you'd be surprised how little people here actually live for it and dedicate their lives, vs a place even in socal that most people don't think of for snowboarding (i'm thinking bear/mt high type places).  it's a city subsidized place on "rented" forest service land and most of the time the city has to pay for about 30% of the cost cause they don't make enough money, last i knew.  they have it here because it's a great thing to have in a town, not because it makes money.  but who knows.  there have been some good changes happening in the past couple years so maybe they are doing better..
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2011 / Australian season season pass (just lift ticket) at a major resort here:

A$1,249.00 - buying before 31 May (early bird deal)
A$1,449.00 - buying after 31 May
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