Mt Bachelor Discount Tickets & Sunriver Vacation Savings

by Sunriver Homes on December 8, 2011

Mt Bachelor coupons

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With ski and snowboarding season upon us, many who are visiting Sunriver are looking for the best deals for Mt Bachelor and Sunriver. This post is dedicated to helping you maneuver the playing field of Mt Bachelor discounts and provide you with multiple opportunities to save on Mt Bachelor skiing and snowboarding and Sunriver vacation packages.

It’s interesting to note that over the past 4 seasons, the price nationwide for a weekend ski pass has, on average, risen 13.5% to an average of $75.92. Mt. Bachelor charges $73.00 for just one premium ski day, and $126 for a two day pass, so saving on your tickets is a welcome plus. It’s no secret that you will tend to pay the highest price for your Mt Bachelor lift tickets if you purchase them at the ticket window.

My first suggestion for savings on Mt Bachelor lift tickets if you live in the Portland/Salem/Eugene area is to check your local Costco. Costco offers deals on various skiing location around the country. You would think that our local Coscto, here in Bend, would be the best place to check, however it is pretty rare to find discounted Mt Bachelor tickets at the Bend Costco. But it certainly doesn’t hurt to call them ahead of time to see if by chance they have them. Their local number is (541) 383-2299. Surprisingly, the Costco stores on the other side of the Cascade Mountain Range will be your best bet for picking up the discounted Mt Bachelor tickets, so by all means call your local Costco and find out if they have them.

My second suggestion is to use the Liftopia or LiftTickets websites which often sell multi-day passes at a 15% discount. This can really save you money when you are planning on skiing/snowboarding multiple days.

If you’re looking for discounted Sunriver accomodations plus discount skiing, you may want to check out for Sunriver vacation and skiing packages. Their site tends to be a little confusing, so be sure and look carefully at the options you are choosing.

Active duty military personnel receive a 50% discount on an Adult daily lift ticket price excluding Saturdays and holidays. Keep in mind this discount only applies to the individual military member and not their families.

Another feature that can give you savings is the Mt Bachelor Kids Ski Free program. Children who are 18 years and younger can ski free the same number of days as their parents/grandparents when their parents/grandparents purchase a 3-day or more adult lift ticket. Tickets must be purchased a minimum of 4 days in advance online through Mt Bachelor’s , eStore. They can also be purchased through a Mt. Bachelor lodging partner package. (check with your lodging reservations desk to see if they are a Mt Bachelor partner and can offer you the discount tickets)

Finally, OnTheSnow gives an assortments of different discounts that pop in and out of the Mt Bachelor ski scene throughout the year. They include single and multi-day passes, vacation packages, and other time sensitive specials that provide savings and discounts on Mt Bachelor skiing and snowboarding.

Mt Bachelor is known for its world class skiing and snowboarding experience and so it’s all the more an enjoyable experience when you can save some money doing it. Since Sunriver has its own entrance road to this skiing mecca, it is ideally located for owning your very own Sunriver vacation home or Sunriver vacation condo. There are thousands of people who have chosen the premium location of Sunriver to own a beautiful vacation home or condo so that they can enjoy world class skiing and outdoor adventure. I help people negotiate great savings on Sunriver real estate. If you’d like my top ten list of current best buys in Sunriver, Email me , and I’ll send you the hottest deals in all of Sunriver that are available right now.

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Jeremy J. December 9, 2011 at 5:31 pm

Thanks for the tips. $126 for two days of skiining? Yikes! Will definitely be looking for ways to save.

Sunriver Homes December 9, 2011 at 7:06 pm

Glad to be of help. I agree, the fees can be steep which is what made me want to find ways to help my readers save money. I appreciate your comments.

Cordelia December 21, 2011 at 4:29 am

At last, someone comes up with the “right” answer!

Katie January 1, 2012 at 6:07 am

Great article! We’re headed over to stay at our place in Surniver in January and plan to do some skiiing on Mt Bachelor. We’ve been skiing/snowboarding Mt Bachelor for years and had no idea about some of the discounted options & sites you mentioned above.
Thanks so much for saving us some $!

Sunriver Homes January 2, 2012 at 1:01 am

Thank you Katie, and I’m happy it proved helpful! By the way your Sunriver home is a fantastic home for Sunriver vacationers! Enjoy your trip this month and thanks again for your comments.

Sunriver Homes May 10, 2012 at 4:52 pm

Thanks so much! I hope the tips save you money on Mt. Bachelor lift tickets.

Sunriver Homes May 17, 2012 at 8:02 pm

Thanks Snappointz2

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