A customer can purchase ski lift tickets through King Soopers by going to the customer service desk of a qualifying store, as of 2015. King Soopers may have a limited selection of resorts, as stores get the tickets periodically through the season.
Because the tickets are finite, the best times to buy them are at the beginning and end of the ski season. The tickets typically are for one-day lift passes, but it is possible to get a multiday ticket. Those tickets, however, usually go to people who purchase the tickets in advance. For the most part, skiiers who plan multiday trips save more money by buying multiday tickets from the resorts rather than multiple one-day passes from stores such as King Soopers.
People heading to Breckenridge Ski Resort should buy their tickets from King Soopers before they arrive in Summit County; purchasing in the Denver area is best. Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, Keystone, Vail and Beaver Creek are some of the ski resorts that may supply tickets to King Soopers and other outlets. Other places to find discounts on tickets are the resorts themselves through their websites or rewards programs, other local grocery stores, sports stores, ski rental shops and entertainment books.