Michigan lift tickets are likely to be the most expensive part of your ski vacation. But they don’t have to be. Especially not if you take advantage of one of the many online discounts you can find ahead of time. With numerous ways to save money on your Michigan lift tickets, there is no reason you should have to pay window prices. Whether you’re skiing the Upper Peninsula or the Lower, get more bang for your buck by checking with the deals available on our site. Below, we provide an easy way to compare prices and find discounts for the 2017-18 Season. And if you still have lingering questions about planning your next ski trip, write to us and we’ll help point you in the right direction.

Ski Resort 1-Day Adult
Window Rate
3-Day Adult
Window Rate
3-Day Ticket
Lift Ticket Deals
Alpine Valley
$111 N/A View Deals
Apple Mountain
TBA N/A View Deals
Big Powderhorn
$195 N/A View Deals
$138 N/A View Deals
$129 N/A View Deals
Boyne Highlands
$255 $140 View Deals
Boyne Mountain
$225 $110 View Deals
Caberfae Peaks
$147 $119 View Deals
$111 N/A View Deals
Crystal Mountain
$177 $125 View Deals
Hanson Hills
$75 N/A View Deals
Hickory Hills
$63 $158 View Deals
$129 N/A View Deals
$144 N/A View Deals
Mont Ripley
$119 $31 View Deals
Mount Bohemia
$195 N/A View Deals
Mount Brighton
$150 N/A View Deals
Mount Holiday
$102 N/A View Deals
Mount Holly
$135 N/A View Deals
Mount Zion
$60 $9 View Deals
Mulligan’s Hollow
$60 N/A View Deals
Norway Mountain
TBA N/A View Deals
Nubs Nob
$228 N/A View Deals
Otsego Ski Club
$195 N/A View Deals
Pando Ski Center
$111 N/A View Deals
Pine Knob
$135 N/A View Deals
Pine Mountain
$121 N/A View Deals
Porcupine Mountain
$129 N/A View Deals
Schuss Mountain
$150 N/A View Deals
Shanty Creek Resort
$150 $105 View Deals
Ski Brule
$147 N/A View Deals
Snow Snake
TBA N/A View Deals
Swiss Valley
$96 $17 View Deals
The Porkies
$129 $31 View Deals
Timber Ridge
$120 N/A View Deals
$165 $39 View Deals

Finding Deals on Michigan Lift Tickets

There are bargains to be had when looking for Michigan lift tickets. After all, you don’t have to go skiing at Indianhead to have a great time. The smaller resorts often have verticals and trails that are comparable. They’re just missing the big resort atmosphere. It depends on what you’re looking for. For example, the Porcupine Mountains offers a 787-foot vertical and 42 trails with a lift ticket price of $43. Compare that to Indianhead with a 638-foot vertical and 30 trails for $65. Side by side, Porcupine is a great deal. However, if you want to ski the bigger resorts, there’s plenty of ways to save money there, too.

More Tips for Saving Money

Saving money on lift tickets starts with one simple step: plan ahead. Similar to airline tickets or hotel rooms, the closer you buy to the date of travel, the more expensive they are. So as soon as you know you’re going on your ski-cation, start looking at lift tickets to save money.

Another way to save money on your lift tickets is to take advantage of ski and stay packages. Ski resorts will put these together with a hotel to get you lodging and a lift ticket with a significant discount on both. And if your hotel or resort doesn’t have a specific package, check with the hotel front desk. Often there will be coupons that you can use to get reduced cost lift tickets at the window.

Speaking of the window, that is the last place we’d get our tickets. At least if we didn’t have a coupon/voucher in our pocket. That’s because the resort knows that you’re there and you want to ski. They are going to charge you the most that they can.

Check with the Michigan Ski Authority

Let us help you get your Michigan lift tickets. We are constantly updating our information so you have the latest info you need to get the best deals. Whether you’re headed to Boyne or Brule, we have the up to date prices and information of deals. After all, this is your vacation. It’s a time to relax and enjoy yourself, not worry about how much lift tickets cost.