Crystal Mountain, WA Are the First Ski Area to Sell Lift Tickets on Amazon

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Skip the ticket lines and head straight to the lifts this winter with Crystal Mountain, WA lift tickets delivered to your door by Amazon.  With this new service, Crystal Mountain is the first ski resort to offer lift tickets on Amazon.

“This new initiative is intended to develop an entirely new and untraditional way to offer customers convenience, value and speed through the ticket purchase experience, said Adam Sutner, Crystal Mountain’s Vice President of Business Development. “We’re proud to be the first resort to embark on this venture – as a Seattle area enterprise partnering with Amazon is especially rewarding. Our customers and their experience were at the heart of our thinking in bringing this to market,” he added.

Crystal Mountain is offering two lift ticket packages on Amazon. Both products provide customer value exclusively developed for Amazon. Choose from the 3-day midweek ticket package offering optimal value, or the 5-day anytime tickets, which offer customers maximum flexibility. Both products are designed for convenience; they are completely transferable and can be split up and used by friends and family, making them a great gift for the holidays. Each ticket enables customers to go directly to the lifts, bypassing the ticket window upon arrival at Crystal Mountain. For Amazon Prime members, they’ll arrive at your home in 24 to 48 hours.

  • 5-Pack Anytime Tickets $399 – No date restrictions
  • 3-Pack Midweek Tickets $199 – Not valid weekends or holidays

“With close to 20 inches of new snow this week, the timing of the Amazon program could not have been better,” said Tiana Anderson, Director of Marketing.

Crystal Mountain reopens Friday, December 6th, with skiing and riding off the Discovery, Quicksilver, and Chinook Express chairs in addition to scenic rides on the Mt. Rainier Gondola. Tickets are available now on while quantities last.

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