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[Costco] Western Canada (AB BC) Ski Lift deals 2019/2020

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[OP]
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Central AB

[Costco] Western Canada (AB BC) Ski Lift deals 2019/2020

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

They are all 2 packs again and, as always, most of 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 interest.

The threads for previous years are here:
2016/2017
2017/2018
2018/2019

Alberta:
  • Sunshine Village: 2 tickets for 179.99 (last year was the same)
    20191006_121416.jpg
  • Lake Louise: 2 tickets for $197.99 (last year was 2 for $179.99)
    20191006_121436.jpg
  • Norquay: 2 tickets for $124.99 (last year the same)
    20191006_121253.jpg
  • Marmot Basin (Jasper): 2 tickets for $154.99 (last year was 2 for $149.99)
    20191006_121338.jpg
  • Nakiska/Kimberley: 2 tickets for $142.99 (last year was 2 for $134.99)
    20191006_121324.jpg
  • Castle: 2 tickets for $149.99 (last year was the same)
    Castle2019.jpg
    (thanks SteveZ28)
  • Canyon Ski Resort (Red Deer): 2 tickets for $68.99 (last year was 2 for $67.99)
    20191006_121238.jpg
BC
  • Fernie or Kicking Horse: 2 tickets for $179.99 (last year was 2 for $172.99)
    20191006_121308.jpg
  • Kimberley/Nakiska: 2 tickets for $142.99 (last year was 2 for $134.99)
    These are combined with the Nakiska tickets above.
  • Revelstoke: 2 tickets for $189.99 (last year was 2 for $164.99)
    20191006_121357.jpg
Note that Castle Mountain was not at my Costco this year. I will add others if I see them. If you see others, please take a photo to add them here.
Last edited by The_PPL on Jan 30th, 2020 6:25 pm, edited 3 times in total.
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Sep 5, 2006
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Calgary
Great post! Thumbs up for any ski/snowboard deals. Grinning Face

For any ski fans around Calgary who are interested in volunteering with CADS (adaptive ski program) at WinSport, you can get some seriously awesome discounts for lift tickets or even season passes.
Newbie
Oct 2, 2019
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Here is the Castle deal: two passes for $149.99
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Newbie
Mar 24, 2016
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Revelstoke in this deal is 2 days for $189.99 but on www.revelstokemountainresort.com the current deal is 2 days for $169.99 before Nov 15. Plus you get a free Child (age 6-12) lift ticket for every Adult lift ticket purchased. Save your money and buy direct. I didn't check the other mountains.

Edit. Sorry I missed one key thing about the direct deal, for that price you have to ski between Nov. 30 - Dec 22. My bad. Still a better deal if you plan on going in that window.
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Jul 19, 2005
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Calgary
Crazy prices for Louise.
Making up for the fine for chopping down endangered trees I guess.
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jarmstro75 wrote: Revelstoke in this deal is 2 days for $189.99 but on www.revelstokemountainresort.com the current deal is 2 days for $169.99 before Nov 15. Plus you get a free Child (age 6-12) lift ticket for every Adult lift ticket purchased. Save your money and buy direct. I didn't check the other mountains.

Edit. Sorry I missed one key thing about the direct deal, for that price you have to ski between Nov. 30 - Dec 22. My bad. Still a better deal if you plan on going in that window.
Ski and stay deals are usually better for Revy.
Sometimes $99 for accommodation and a lift ticket.
Newbie
Jul 8, 2018
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Where is this week's Costco West deals picture thread :(
Newbie
Jan 22, 2012
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VANCOUVER
Deemo wrote: Ski and stay deals are usually better for Revy.
Sometimes $99 for accommodation and a lift ticket.
Oh! Where does one find accommo + lift ticket for $99?
Best I found was $140 ($280 for double occupancy room and 2 lift passes)
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Jul 10, 2004
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Thanks OP! Why would anyone downvote this thread? Face With Tears Of Joy
[OP]
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Dec 11, 2003
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Central AB
coolwasabi wrote: Thanks OP! Why would anyone downvote this thread? Face With Tears Of Joy
I agree. My only point of this thread is to have something easily available to compare prices of Costco's in-store deals to other options you might find. Oh well.
Newbie
May 24, 2017
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Edmonton, ab
Deemo wrote: Ski and stay deals are usually better for Revy.
Sometimes $99 for accommodation and a lift ticket.
Oh that sounds good! Where at?!
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Dec 6, 2008
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coolwasabi wrote: Thanks OP! Why would anyone downvote this thread? Face With Tears Of Joy
i thought about it since i just had ACL reconstruction so i'm out for the season but i nah didn't, i'm not that petty lol

stay safe out there!
Newbie
Nov 23, 2019
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Thank you soooo much for posting this every year. We are from Ontario and use your information to plan our annual ski holiday. We really appreciate you taking the time to post Costco Alberta's ski lift packages with pictures of all the details. We use the details for booking hotels etc. Again, thank you.
Newbie
Nov 24, 2019
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Hi if you are looking for prices that beat even Costco check out pitchn.ca
One day ticket to fernie is 72.5$ after tax about 18$ cheaper than Costco
Newbie
Dec 18, 2019
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Yeah, I'm wondering the same thing?
I know with Costco its while supplies last. Im interesting in grabbing the two passes for Kicking Horse with No blackout dates.
If anyone can help let me know,
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CristianA72300 wrote: Yeah, I'm wondering the same thing?
I know with Costco its while supplies last. Im interesting in grabbing the two passes for Kicking Horse with No blackout dates.
If anyone can help let me know,
How are you getting to KH?
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CristianA72300 wrote: I'll be flying to calgary and then driving. But wont be until end of Feb.
From my recollection these never sell out and are available for most of the ski season.
If you have a Costco membership there are a number of locations that are not too out of the way.

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