Senior Editor and Ski Reporter Brad Fehrenbach On The Money-Saving Holiday Season

Play Audio Clip Listen to audio clip. You’ve heard the ad: The new ski pass for four to 22 years, you’ll spend $50 for four passes, $300 for 13 passes, a ticket all the…

Senior Editor and Ski Reporter Brad Fehrenbach On The Money-Saving Holiday Season

Play Audio Clip Listen to audio clip. You’ve heard the ad: The new ski pass for four to 22 years, you’ll spend $50 for four passes, $300 for 13 passes, a ticket all the way through Thanksgiving on your way to Phoenix, Chicago, St. Louis. Just a deal for someone who never skied. The ski pass on the other hand: a ten-year deal to ski, and has no initial or upfront purchase. And that’s just part of what makes the current deal at resort pariss the perfect way to ski – without spending a dime!

Senior editor and ski writer, Brad Fehrenbach, has been a ski resort guy longer than he can remember. Between Taos, Telluride, Mammoth, and his old stomping grounds at the Homewood, on the slopes takes Brad Fehrenbach down memory lane, taking advantage of the deals and being able to afford them. He’s not one to bolog about the prices either. In fact, Brad owns a pass that covers four years of ski days, with no upfront payment or purchase at all. And that means that Brad and his family can ski the mountains year round. Brad tells us all about the money-saving holiday season, and how owning a pass pays off.

Hear Brad Fehrenbach’s stories and more in this week’s installment of “Hollywood on the Hill”!

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