Live "Three" or Die in New Hampshire

By AlpineZone News |
Mar 15 2005 - 10:36 PM

LINCOLN, New Hampshire ??” New Hampshire is home to the Threedom Pass and, with a slight play on the State’s motto, its three premier ski areas: Cranmore, Loon Mountain and Waterville Valley, are urging skiers and snowboarders to “Live Three or Die” with value-added benefits that accompany the purchase of their 2005-2006 season pass – on sale now.

By purchasing next year’s Threedom Pass now, skiers and riders can save money on the price of their pass and take advantage of great deals on equipment at Joe Jones and Sport Thoma. For a limited time, 2005-2006 Threedom Passholders who visit Joe Jones stores receive 50 percent off selected models of the hottest skis and snowboards in stock. At Sport Thoma, skiers and riders can flash next year’s Threedom Pass for $30 off any purchase of $99 or more through April 30, 2005.

Additional “Flash Your Pass” benefits include skiing and riding during blackout dates for a $10 discount on lift tickets, discounts for friends and family, 20 percent savings at on-mountain eateries with a Threedom Food and Beverage Card, free skiing and riding for Threedom Anytime Passholders at Northstar-at-Tahoe and Sierra-at-Tahoe in California. This is just a sampling of some of the great “Flash Your Pass” benefits. For a full listing of offers created by Threedom Pass partners, visit

The Threedom Pass is one for all when it comes to price and benefits. Starting at just $259 for adults, prices are subject to change without notice and are slated to go up on May 1, 2005. College, Teen and Youth Threedom Passes are available at great savings too, when purchased before May 1.

Skiers and riders can save more by turning today’s pass into cash when they purchase a Threedom Pass at Cranmore, Loon or Waterville Valley. Skiing is believing and the price of today’s lift ticket will be applied to the cost of a 2005-2006 Threedom Pass when purchased the same day.

For more information about Threedom Passes, or to purchase online, please visit