Score big with Liftopia’s Super Bowl game day deals

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SAN FRANCISCO – (January 29, 2013) – With people staying in to watch the big game this Sunday, Feb. 3, it’s the perfect time to hit the slopes — and score the best deals of the season on lift tickets. Liftopia, the largest online marketplace for discounted ski lift tickets and mountain activities, has launched its annual Game Day Sale (note: link will be live Tues, Jan 29 at midnight PST), with exclusive discounts of up to 70 percent off at more than 200 ski areas.

“Super Bowl Sunday is one of the best days of the season to ski or ride. Everyone stays in to watch the big game, which means you’ll enjoy no lift lines, no crowds, and lots of untracked snow. And to help draw people off the couch, our ski area partners are offering some of the best lift ticket deals of the season,“ said Ron Schneidermann, co-founder and CMO of Liftopia. “Plus, kick-off isn’t until 6:30 p.m. EST, so there is plenty of time to take some laps before the game.”

Here are a few of Liftopia’s Game Day deals:

NY, NJ, and PA:

New England:

Colorado:

Utah:

California:

Pacific Northwest:

Midwest:

Northern Rockies:

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