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early bird lift pass offers

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
evening all, due to my wife starting a teaching job in a school in a different local authority to where our girls go to school, she will be working the first week of our girls Easter school holidays. so it looks like I will be taking that week off work for childcare, but I have been "allowed" to look into the possibility of taking them skiing that week if I can get it reasonably cheap, will self drive and self cater to keep costs down.

so the question I want to ask, if fellow snowheads can let me know what the early bird lift pass offers were this season for various resorts throughout Europe that you may have paid for, I have done a few google searches for this seasons discounted prices, but to no avail.

any help will be greatly appreciated
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