What is the Ride and Ski Card?
The Ride and Ski Card is designed to give our Cardholders a discount at our partnering mountains, and can be used all season long. A full list of mountains is accessible here.
How does the card work?
At most resorts, you just show the card or a screen shot of your digital card at the ticket window; tickets cannot be pre-purchased. Simply show the card at the mountain on the day of use.
Trying to set up your digital card? Before you call Jeff, read this super-quick sheet first.
The name on your Digital Card must match the name on your Photo ID.
New for 2019: No coupons are required at any mountains, just your Card.
How often can I use the card?
The card is designed to be used all season long; it is not a one-time-use card. Also, it is not one of those deals where you have to buy a discount lift ticket that can only be used on one certain day during the ski season. Then you wake up the day you bought that ticket for and it’s raining or it 50mph winds that day. If you wake up the morning you plan to ski with the Ride and Ski card, just go back to bed and don’t worry about it. You can use the card next day, no questions asked.
Please note though, The Card is designed to be used once per day, per person. What that means is after you pay for you half-price lift ticket, you can’t pass it to your buddy behind you in line. He has to have his own card. The mountains track the number on the card when you redeem for that day, so it really can’t be used again.
What is The Weekend Tour?
The Weekend Tour is a weekend date that has a deeper discount than normal. More than half our dates are 2-for-1 lift ticket discounts.
At those dates, The Ride and Ski team host an aprés ski party that is rivaled by none on the East Coast. We generally host our event in the bar area and give away thousands of $$ in prizes, which include trips to the Canadian Rockies, SWAG by Smith Optics, Harpoon, NH Liquor and Wine Outlet, Jameson, Kahlua, Absolut Vodka, Clif Bar and many more. Look for signs for details about our aprés ski event at the mountain on the date we visit!
Our Tour is not a bus tour. Sorry, we don’t coordinate any transportation to our events.
Why do people refer to you guys as the CHAD card?
A portion of the proceeds of your card purchase benefits The Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth, NH. We’ve been partnered with them for more than 16 years now and have donated more than $80,000 to the hospital.
How long have you been doing the Ride and Ski Card?
This is our 17th season.