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Pow Pow Platter: bad pun, good deal at Steamboat, Winter Park, Copper

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For a few more days, the embattled company that is the owner of Steamboat and Winter Park (for the next few weeks at least) and the former owner of Copper Mountain  -- Intrawest -- is offering the Pow Pow Platter. As in years past, $99 gets you a full-day lift ticket at each of the three resorts, with no blackout dates.

The deal is going for a limited time -- Winter Park's Facebook page tabs this Sunday, January 31, as the last day to buy -- and the passes are available online only. But in the era of the $92 lift ticket, the math works out nicely. Even if you just use two out of three passes, you're still getting your money's worth.

Now we just need some more of that tasty pow pow.

Pow Pow Platter

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