Free Ski Bittersweet Coupons

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Bittersweet coupons and discounts help save consumers money on lift tickets, rentals, and lessons at the Michigan resort. Dollars off ski savings are available for men, women, and college students on select days. Savings are also offered for groups and season pass-holders.

Bittersweet Ski is a Michigan ski area that offers day and night skiing and snowboarding. The ski area also operates a ski school, ski shop, a terrain park, and 21 runs.

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Offered by Bittersweet Ski Area
Location 600 River Road, Otsego, MI 49078
Phone number 269-694-2820 or 269-694-2032, ext. 23 (snowline)
Features Skiing, snowboarding, terrain parks, ski school, ski shop
Types of coupons Group discounts, season pass deals, ladies day, men's day
AAA discount? No
AARP discount? No, but seniors aged 60 and older save $5 on lift tickets on non-holidays[1]
Military discount? Yes, $5 off lift tickets with valid military ID[2]
Author Allison Hughes
 

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Bittersweet Coupons

  • Group discounts are offered for 20 or more people and include a free one-hour lesson.[3]
  • On Tuesdays (excluding holidays), guests have the option to purchase two lift tickets for the price of one.[2]
  • Non-holiday Wednesdays offer discounts for women. Lift tickets are $24, ski rentals are $20, and snowboard rentals are $22.[2]
  • Non-holiday Thursdays offer deals for men. Lift tickets for men cost $24, ski rentals cost $20, and snowboard rentals cost $22.[2]
  • Monday through Thursday non-holidays (after 3 p.m.) offer college students discounts. Lift tickets are $24, ski rentals are $20, and snowboard rentals are $22.[2]
  • Visitors who sign up to receive 10 free e-mails from Ski Bittersweet receive access to information on contests, ski shop and ski school discounts and deals, special events, and resort news.[4]
  • Skiers and snowboarders who purchase a season pass receive free ski and snowboard privileges all season. In addition to the single season pass for $409, there are several other money saving pass options. For example, a family of two only pays $584 for a pass while a family of three pays only $709. A family of four pays only $834.00. Each additional family member after four costs $125 each.[5]
  • Children ages six and younger pay half price for lift tickets.[1]
  • Ski Bittersweet operates a Facebook page, providing fans with access to a variety of park news, discounts, and deals throughout the operating season.[6]
  • During the month of March, Bittersweet offers $19 lift tickets when guests bring in a season pass from a competitors ski area.[7]

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Skiing at Bittersweet

Skiing at Bittersweet

About Bittersweet

Ski Bittersweet is open on operating days from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday, Saturdays and holidays from 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Lift ticket prices are $41 on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, and $32 Monday through Friday. Lift tickets from 5 p.m. to close are $29 Sunday through Thursday, $32 on Fridays, and $32 on Saturdays.[8]


Also See: Free Lift Ticket Coupons, Free Cannonsburg Coupons, Free Timber Ridge Coupons, Free Sunburst Ski Coupons, Free Boyne Mountain Coupons, Free Mt. Hood Skibowl Coupons, Free Swiss Valley Coupons

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 http://www.skibittersweet.com/pages/rates.cfm
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 http://www.skibittersweet.com/pages/rates.cfm?ID=3
  3. http://www.skibittersweet.com/pages/rates.cfm?ID=2
  4. http://www.skibittersweet.com/pages/the_hill.cfm
  5. http://www.skibittersweet.com/pages/season_passes.cfm
  6. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bittersweet-Ski-Resort/195321093105
  7. http://www.skibittersweet.com/pages/home.cfm
  8. http://www.skibittersweet.com/pages/rates.cfm