Sun Valley Lift Ticket Deal for College Students

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Bald Mountain

SUN VALLEY, ID.

– Starting now and running through the end of Sun Valley's ski season, all college students and faculty with current I.D. can ski for only $29 per day.

To receive the discount, college students and faculty must show current identification when purchasing ticket.

For more information, go to

sunvalley.com

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