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Save Money with SKI FREE (And Enter Here to Win Four Free Lift Tickets!)

Winter sports are expensive. So whenever a great deal shows up, I love to share it! And it’s especially nice when I can offer a generous giveaway, too. Get Gas, Go Skiing For the past 12 winters, Shell gas stations … Continue reading

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Tight Turns: Would You RENT Ski Clothes? And What the Heck is NASJA?

Would You Rent Ski Clothes? Julian Flores has a big idea. A Colorado ski dad, Julian is the founder of GetOutfitted.com, a start-up company that aims to make winter easier and more economical. How? By providing trip- or season-long ski … Continue reading

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Getting Schooled: Kids’ Ski Passes

The Brave Ski Mom strategy for kids’ ski passes is similar to the adult strategy: figure out how many days you want to ski, where you want to ski and get the best deal (see Wednesday, August 25).  Kids, however, … Continue reading

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Ski Passes: Can A Brave Ski Mom Have Too Many?

Last ski season, we over-passed. Some people overeat, some over-sleep, we over-passed. We over-passed out of fear of under-passing. Continue reading

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One Deal at a Time: Gear Strategy, Part 4

My name is the Brave Ski Mom and I am addicted to Steep ‘n’ Cheap. It all began in 2007, when I read about this One Deal at A Time (ODAT) site in a ski magazine. Being a budget-conscious, bargain-hunting kind of gal, I cut out the article, logged onto the website and immediately purchased a backpacking stove. Continue reading

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