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les arcs lift pass

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we are off to Arcs 1950 next week and we are looking to purchase a 7 day liftpass (driving down, will get there saturday morning).
been online and the family classic pass is 1076 euros (had forgotten how expensive this area was).

my questions are:
A) can i get the same deal in the ski office when i get there or is it cheaper to buy online.
B) we have been before and the saturdays are 37 euros if you have skied the week before. is it possible to get the 37 euro deal if you are skiing the week after? think you need a ski pass card for this deal.

if B is an option then i'm assuming its cheaper to buy the 6 day family pass from the sunday and buy the saturday pass ad hoc from the office?
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@stu330, I'm not sure of the various packages you can buy but the prices online and at the office are the same. We arrived last Wednesday and when I bought my lift pass in the Arc 1600 office I was told it was less expensive to buy the 3 passes together rather than seperately. The staff in the office are always helpful, so my advice woud be to turn up on Saturday and ask in the office.
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@stu330, check if you can purchase passes via whoever you booked with they can be cheaper.

The Essential pass gives you Saturday afternoon skiing the day of arrival so gives you 6.5 days skiing.
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hi, thanks @johnE thats good to know.
@Boris the price difference between seven days at classic (1076 euros) and 6.5 days at essential (1050 euros) is only 26 euros.
i suppose it largely depends on what time we arrive, traffic dependent.

would you guys know if the St Jaques lift in Arc2000 is still free on Saturdays? could be a plan to do a few hours on those 2 slopes before essential pass activates at 12:30
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Bought 7 day classic pass for family of 5 yesterday… price was same in resort as online.

The price is what it is… after todays day on the slopes, excellent snow and 3 exhausted boys with massive grins, it’s like the Mastercard ad says “priceless”

Very Happy
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