If you’re spending some time today making online purchases, don’t forget to buy something that’s better for you than another big-screen TV: lift tickets that can get you outside for some exercise and time with family or friends.
Most ski areas around the Twin Cities have online sales today.
Buy a $100 gift card from Buck Hill, and get another $20 card. Wild Mountain is matching that offer, with a 20 percent discount on purchases of $50 or more. Use the code JQ95.
Trollhaugen is selling adult tickets for $29 and youth tickets for $22. Prices are still in flux, but on Friday, a full-day adult ticket would have cost you $31. The cost for the just-completed weekend was $35 per day.
Welch Village is selling unrestricted tickets (all day, any day) for $39. Adult tickets normally range from $39 (4 p.m. and after) to $54 (all day).
Neither Afton Alps nor Hyland Hills Ski Area are running Cyber Monday deals. But that doesn’t mean you should avoid them. Look at pricing options, consider your preferences, and act accordingly.