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Bear Mountain and Snow Summit Sweetheart Special
Published on Tue, Feb 5, 2013 (10:55 a.m.)(Big Bear Lake, CA – February 5, 2013) – Impress someone special with a day on the slopes! Bear Mountain and Snow Summit are making it easy to be unique while saving money with a very special Sweetheart Deal! Buy one lift ticket and the second one is free when you purchase online. There is no better time to take advantage of midweek skiing and snowboarding at Big Bear Mountain Resorts!
“Last year, we had a couple get married on the top of Snow Summit,” says Chris Riddle, Vice President of Marketing for Big Bear Mountain Resorts. “We were thrilled to add a uniqueness factor to their big day. The Sweetheart Deal gives people the incentive to grab a partner for an out-of-the-ordinary date, with midweek skiing on our great snow conditions at half the price.”
The Sweetheart Deal lift ticket deal will be available online only. Lift tickets are valid for use February 12th through February 14th. This special is available for Adult and Young Adult tickets and valued up to $118. Same day purchase is not available.
Don’t let this one get away! Purchase your Sweetheart Deal lift tickets online beginning tomorrow. If ticket is not used during February 12th through February 14th, it may be upgraded by paying difference from purchase price to price of current ticket rate.
About BBMR- Real Snow. Real Close. Real Deal.
Big Bear Mountain Resorts (BBMR) includes Snow Summit and Bear Mountain. Together, BBMR has the region’s most progressive terrain parks, most dependable snow conditions, the largest full-service learning programs and a multitude of premier services – just a tank of gas away roundtrip from most areas in Southern California. For more information, please visit www.bigbearmountainresorts.com. BBMR is an equal opportunity service provider operating under a San Bernardino National Forest special use permit.
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