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[Costco] Western Canada (AB BC) Ski Lift deals 2018/2019

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[OP]
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Central AB

[Costco] Western Canada (AB BC) Ski Lift deals 2018/2019

Here are the lift ticket deals I saw in store at Costco for this season.

They are all 2 packs again and, as always, the prices have gone up since last year.
I am including all of the pictures of the front and back of the cards so you can see the details on each deal for yourself. I also included last year's prices just for easy comparison.

The threads for previous years are here:
2016/17: western-canada-ab-bc-ski-lift-deals-2016-2017-2046157/
2017/18: costco-western-canada-ab-bc-ski-lift-de ... 8-2139382/

Alberta
  • Sunshine Village: 2 tickets for 179.99 (last year was 2 for $168.99)
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  • Lake Louise: 2 tickets for $179.99 (last year was 2 for $165.99)
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  • Norquay: 2 tickets for $124.99 (last year was 2 for $99.99)
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  • Marmot Basin (Jasper): 2 tickets for $149.99 (last year was 2 for $139.99)
    ABMarmot.jpg
  • Castle Mountain: 2 tickets for $149.99 (last year was 2 for $129.99)
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  • Nakiska: 2 tickets for $134.99 (last year was 2 for $126.99)
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  • Canyon Ski Resort (Red Deer): 2 tickets for $67.99 (last year was 2 for $63.99)
    ABCanyon.jpg
BC
  • Fernie or Kicking Horse: 2 tickets for $172.99 (last year was 2 for $164.99)
    BCFernie.jpg
  • Kimberley: 2 tickets for $134.99 (last year was 2 for $119.99)
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  • Revelstoke: 2 tickets for $164.99 (last year was 2 for $154.99)
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Apr 4, 2007
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Thanks OP!
[OP]
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Dec 11, 2003
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Central AB
cbr600 wrote: Holy Price increases
I agree. Gettin kinda ridiculous. Norquay is up by 25%, Castle is up by over 15%. I wish my pay raises did that every year.
Newbie
Nov 16, 2015
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Toronto, ON
Thanks for this.

Does anyone know if Calgary-area Costcos are usually stocked up on these all season, or do they run out at some point?
Do both tickets need to be used on one day (two skiers) or can they be used by one person over two days? (Looking at Lake Louise or Sunshine in particular.)
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thirtyseven wrote: Thanks for this.

Does anyone know if Calgary-area Costcos are usually stocked up on these all season, or do they run out at some point?
Do both tickets need to be used on one day (two skiers) or can they be used by one person over two days? (Looking at Lake Louise or Sunshine in particular.)
they usually have it in stock. when you bring the price card thing to the cashier they give you 2 physical tickets to use however you want
the tickets are good for the whole season so if you can always buy some in advance
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Regretting not buying the ikonpass when they were $599US.
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Anyone know what the 2018/19 window / walk-up pricing is at Lake Louise.

I have an Ikonpass and I’m entitled to 25% off the window price for family/friends and want to know if Costco is a better deal.
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Oct 17, 2012
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who_ca wrote: Anyone know what the 2018/19 window / walk-up pricing is at Lake Louise.

I have an Ikonpass and I’m entitled to 25% off the window price for family/friends and want to know if Costco is a better deal.
Single day adult window is 114
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Dec 27, 2018
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Does anybody know if the Revelstoke card has blackout dates? I couldn't see the image for that card.
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Sep 20, 2016
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Just adding this one for Whitefish too (also available online)

$159.99
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Last edited by Juiceycow on Jan 21st, 2019 12:51 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Dec 7, 2008
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With taxes, Fernie works out to $95 a day. Not cheap to ski anymore.
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Dec 28, 2008
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95/day? that's dirt cheap compared to whistler
Newbie
Jan 22, 2019
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Did you find out if these can be sent to Ontario. Or how to get them from Ontario for an upcoming ski trip?
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Feb 25, 2019
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theppler wrote: I agree. Gettin kinda ridiculous. Norquay is up by 25%, Castle is up by over 15%. I wish my pay raises did that every year.
No kidding!
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Jun 14, 2012
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BrianJ15251 wrote: Does anybody know if the Revelstoke card has blackout dates? I couldn't see the image for that card.
Blackout dates: December 20, 2019 to January 5, 2020 and February 14-23, 2020.
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