The best way to save money on a whole range of vacation planning is to plan ahead, and Maine lift tickets are no exception. With the 2017-2018 ski season ramping up, many resorts are already preselling full season passes at steep discounts. But even if you don’t need a season pass, lift tickets are generally cheaper the further in advance you buy them.

But just because you know you should plan ahead doesn’t mean you want to spend all day planning. Our online discounts allow you to combine comparable savings with the ability to comparison shop and make convenient purchases for your Maine lift tickets.

Ski Resort 1-Day Adult
Window Rate
3-Day Adult
Window Rate
3-Day Ticket
Lift Ticket Deals
Big Rock
$114 N/A View Deals
Big Squaw Mountain
$90 N/A View Deals
Black Mountain
$111 N/A View Deals
Camden Snow Bowl
$117 N/A View Deals
Eaton Mountain
TBA N/A View Deals
Lost Valley
$147 N/A View Deals
Mount Abram
$177 N/A View Deals
Mount Jefferson
$60 N/A View Deals
New Hermon
$96 N/A View Deals
Powderhouse Hill
$15 N/A View Deals
TBA N/A View Deals
Shawnee Peak
$153 N/A View Deals
Spruce Mountain
$75 N/A View Deals
$228 $63 View Deals
Sunday River
$249 $130 View Deals
Titcomb Mountain
$72 N/A View Deals

More Tips for Maine Lift Tickets

Another way to get lift tickets for much cheaper is to look for ski-and-stay packages at hotels near your chosen ski destination. These bundles put lodging and lift tickets together for you at a reduced rate. The packages are intended to draw people who wouldn’t otherwise be going skiing, but if it’s already on your itinerary, you should take advantage of it. Instead of bundled packages, there may also be opportunities to save money on a few additional lift tickets. Half-day and flex-hour tickets are great for shorter ski excursions and for die-hard members of your group who may want to hit the slopes for just a few hours on their own on the first or last day of a longer trip.

If there aren’t any packages at your hotel, ask if they have any coupons from the ski area. Often, ski resorts will leave them at hotels and grocery stores to get added business. Just show the coupon at the lift ticket window and you’re set. Speaking of the window, unless you’re redeeming a coupon, that’s the last place you want to buy a ticket. When it comes to purchasing a lift ticket, that’s the end of the line and the ski resort knows it. This means they are charging the maximum rate they can. There’s no reason for you to pay that price when a little planning can save you money.

Look to the Maine Ski Authority

With our consistently updated information on the best deals, it’s easy to let us help you get the best deals when it comes to buying Maine lift tickets. Whether you’re headed to Sugarloaf or Herman Mountain, our pricing information can help you make the best decision for your vacation.

After all, you’re heading to Maine to relax and enjoy some great snow, not worry about last minute lift ticket prices. And if you’re still not sure the best path forward, write to us with your individual concerns, and we’ll be sure to answer your questions.