Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Sunny September Deals from Thredbo
With good spring snow conditions and a big blue sky, here's some deals to entice you head to the
hills for a September to remember.
September Ski for Free
Hit the slopes of Thredbo this September for free… yes FREE. Book and stay any day from
September 14th in the Thredbo Alpine Hotel and the lift tickets are thrown in for free. Book two
nights and get two free days of riding, book five nights and have five days of schussing some of
Australia's favourite trails
Here's the deal
Accommodation at the Thredbo Alpine Hotel
Hot mountain breakfast daily
30% off all pre-booked Thredbo Sports equipment hire
2 nights from $250 per person twin share
5 nights from $565 per person twin share
Notes: Valid for nightly accommodation 14th September - 3rd October 2009.
Two night minimum stay. Subject to availability. Further terms and conditions apply
Sensational Spring Rates
Staying at the Thredbo Alpine Hotel, you are close to everything, so all you need is just an easy
stroll from your door. Enjoy a big mountain breakfast and we will throw in the views for free.
$95 per person per night*
Notes: Valid from Sunday 13th September 2009 - Sunday 4th October 2009.
Includes full hot buffet breakfast daily.
Two night minimum on weekends.
Call 1300 020 589 to book, or book online thredbo.com.au
Spring Season Pass that lasts all summer too
Thredbo are offering a Spring Platinum pass that give you skiing and boarding for the rest of
this season PLUS it includes summer activities like chairlift rides, access to the Thredbo Leisure
Centre, bobsled, golf and tennis.
Adult Spring Platinum $665.00
Child or Student or Over 65 Spring Platinum $395.00
Purchase at all Thredbo ticket outlets
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