Breckenridge Lift Tickets - Everything you need to know
Breckenridge lift tickets discount tip: book in advance.
You can get your tickets right from the source, Breckenridge.com, at the lowest price guaranteed by booking at least seven days in advance. This also applies to any Vail Resorts Official Ticket Outlet, so if you're booking through another company, ask if they have that designation. If you book early like you're supposed to and then some friend tells you they found a cheaper deal, all you have to do is call Customer Service (1-888-216-8538 or 720-524-5024) and tell them, and you'll get that gap refunded. Here are the official terms and conditions.
Breckenridge lift tickets discount tip: book a season pass.
If you're going to ski for more than five days, book a season pass to save money. There are a few different Breckenridge season passes to suit your needs, whether you'll be hopping around the Colorado resorts or staying in one place (those are cheaper), and discounts for kids and seniors over 65. Click here for Breckenridge season passes.
Breckendridge lift tickets discount tip: book your tickets and hotel together.
On Breckenridge.com, you can book your vacation package all together with your Breckenridge hotel and lift tickets all wrapped into one discounted price. Click here for Breckenridge deals.
Additional essential Breckenridge information:
Your advance-purchased lift tickets will be loaded onto a PEAKS card and shipped to you.
If you're coming to Breckenridge from an international destination, you must book your tickets 14 days in advance. Don't screw it up.
If you get your PEAKS card in the mail, you don't have to visit the ticket window. Your card will get you on the lift.
If you need tickets faster, like two days in advance, book a resort deal -- they'll have your tickets for you at the desk when you check in.
If you need Breckenridge lift tickets today or tomorrow, visit a resort ticket window.
Children under 4 ski free, but they still need a ticket. You can pick one up at any resort ticket window.
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