Turn your boarding pass to Salt Lake into a free lift ticket in Park City

Here in Utah we claim to have the Greatest Snow on Earth. I can’t vouch for it personally as I’ve never dared to go skiing. But for those of you more adventurous than I – Park City is offering a chance to turn your boarding pass to Salt Lake City airport into a free lift ticket. Here’s how you do it:

Step 1:preregister at visitparkcity.com . You will receive an email with a redemption voucher.
Step 2:take a morning flight to Salt Lake City airport and bring an extra copy of your printed boarding pass
Step 3:Enjoy your same day lift ticket to Canyons Resort,Park City Mountain Resort, or Deer Valley Resort. All of these resorts are only 35 minutes away from the airport.

Some of the terms and conditions (you can read them all here):
Valid from Monday, January 2 through Friday, February 17, 2012.
Blacked-out from Saturday, February 18 through Saturday, March 31, 2012.
Valid from Sunday, April 1 through respective resort closing day 2012.
(Currently, all three resorts are planning to close Sunday, April 15, conditions permitting)

Welcome to Utah!

Thank to Sice for the tip


  1. Boo – going to be in Park City for skiing and flying on a morning flight on 3/7/12. No soup, i.e. free skiing, for me.

  2. Beware! Our family of 4 flew out of Atlanta late Thursday night and arrived in SLC early Friday morning with the expectation to get to ski free in Park City on Friday…no dice! The rude ticket manager at the Park City ticket window treated us like criminals for thinking that we’d be able to ski for free since we flew out the day before and arrived the day of. Needless to say, we changed our minds about staying in Park City for the rest of our trip and ended up at Brighton. The folks at Brighton are the best and the mountain offered us great skiing! We won’t be back to Park City, I promise.

  3. Just saw this fantastic deal. Is this still available for 2016?
    We will be arriving to SLC on a morning flight on Feb 6.
    Please advice 🙂

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