In these posts you’ll be getting a full report from me on how I’ve been hacking the high life. I don’t make this information public because it’s more important for me to continue providing value publicly to the companies that I’ve worked with. Due to this, please don’t share this information with anyone else.
Vail, Colorado is widely known as one of the most expensive vacation destinations in the United States. It boasts the largest ski area in the country, and also the highest cost of a daily lift ticket at an astronomical $116.
Even if you can afford a day on the mountain, a place to stay in Vail Village or Lionshead Village costs around $500 per night for a basic room. This can make things tricky (after you read this post, you’ll know how to make it work).
Considering I visited at the start of the year, I was motivated to cross another item off my bucket list as soon as possible. I’d been wanting to ski at Vail my entire life, and because I had a few friends in the area, I figured this would be the perfect time to pay them a visit and finally get my epic ski day in.
But there was no way I was prepared to shell out $116/day and $500/night to do it.
Over the past few months I’ve been perfecting some high life hacking strategies that allowed me to get free lift tickets and substantially reduced hotel rooms.
In this post I’m going to tell you exactly how you can get free lift tickets to any ski area in the country, how you can work your way into some heavily discounted hotel rooms, and tell you who you need to get in touch with to make it happen.
The best part is, you can do all of this without having a blog or massive audience.
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