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 December 17, 2013  Posted by  Hot Deals, Recreation
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A $20 lifetime REI membership gets you special offers and discounts on outdoor gear and apparel, ski lift tickets and more. REI members qualify for special pricing on ski lift tickets at major ski resorts in 16 states across the country, including California, Colorado, Idaho, Massachusetts, Nevada, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Utah, Vermont and Washington. Purchase ski lift tickets for many resorts in select REI stores. You can view availability of ski lift tickets online, either by ski resort or by the local REI store nearest you.

REI is the nation’s largest consumer cooperative. REI’s thriving spirit was born in 1938 when 23 Pacific Northwest mountaineers established an outdoor gear co-op to enable them to purchase reliable equipment at a reasonable price. Now much more than just an equpment store, REI provides educational clinics and expert advice at their retail stores, trusted staff who share the members’ passions for outdoor recreation, adventure trips in the outdoors through the travel division known as REI Adventures, winter ski lift tickets, and — above all — a convenient and seamless shopping experience. REI retail stores are located in over 30 states across the country. Ordering is also available online, by phone or by mail order.

Carole Cancler

Carole Cancler is a business and technology professional with experience in food science, technical writing, and product development. Her former company, Private Chef Natural Gourmet in Seattle, Washington specialized in frozen gourmet meals. Prior to that, Carole spent 11 years at Microsoft as a software engineer and program manager. Her writing expertise includes business intelligence, websites, newsletters, and recipe development. Currently, she focuses on writing and consulting for the food and technology industries and, for fun, teaches cooking classes. Her first cookbook, The Home Preserving Bible is available on Amazon. Carole owns and operates Greater Seattle on the Cheap.

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