2016-17 Awareness Days
Killington, Stowe, Mt. Snow, Loon, the list goes on and on - To view the most recent Awareness Days 2016-2017 Preliminary PDF, you must click here to jump over to the official Connecticut Ski Council website. Once there, click on the 'Awareness Days 2016-2017 Preliminary' link on their home page.
How did Awareness Days start?
Hamden Ski Club would like to thank one of our very own members, John Filakovsky, for bringing the CT Ski Council 'Awareness Days' to us. By using his intelligence and drive, he approached ski area's throughout New England and asked if they would like to participate in a special day rate for the members of the CT Ski Council. The result has been spectacular. The rate is only good on the dates specified, but what a rate. Ticket prices range from $20 to $58.
What do I need to do when I get to the ski area?
- Members MUST show valid New Haven Ski Club Membership Card with Connecticut Ski Council sticker and can only purchase ONE ticket per sticker.
- PLEASE extend every courtesy and a sincere Thank You to the ski areas and staff for their generous participation this season.
- Tickets are available at the listed pickup location ONLY and sales close at 1 PM.
- Please note, discounts may be added or modified without notice to this site. Be sure to refresh your screen when viewing the latest list of Connecticut Ski Council Season Discounts.
We recommend you visit the Official site of the Connecticut Ski Council for more information, skiclub.com
2016-17 Bulk Ticket Program
Starting in 2014, the Connecticut Ski Council rules state that the ski clubs are not allowed to post any ticket information on their website.
Questions or concerns regarding the ticket orders can be directed to the officers and at the monthly meetings.
NOTE: You must be a member of the Hamden Ski Club to order these tickets. Membership forms must be completed and returned with a separate check. The Bulk Ticket Agreement on the back, must be signed and returned with this ticket order.
What is the bulk ticket program?
The bulk ticket program is intended for the use of members of the Connecticut Ski Council and their families ONLY. Distribution of these tickets through other avenues, or to nonmembers, will result in forfeiture of these tickets and any other bulk rate ticket programs.
Further, the Connecticut Ski Council and the Hamden Ski Club have the right to deny membership to any member who abuses this bulk ticket program.
SPECIAL NOTICE: All areas will only accept back 15% of the unused vouchers for credit towards future purchases.
Due to the number of ISF checks we received last year, we will only be able to accept Cashier Checks, Money Orders or Postal Orders (available at the US Post Office) made out to Hamden Ski Club as payment for bulk tickets. You can also pay in cash if you are paying at a meeting.