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  1. Slippery Jim

    Go To Travel coupons

    Does anyone have confirmation that the Go To coupons can be used to buy lift passes at ski resorts? The information I've received indicates they can be used for "activities," but doesn't specify that this includes lift tix.
  2. Always find it interesting how lift ticket prices sometimes vary a lot. Prices seem to this year generally be in the 3,800 yen - 4,200 yen range around these parts. Gala and Naeba go pricier at 4,500 yen. Some go cheaper like Ludens Yuzawa at 2,500 yen and Suhara at 2,000 yen. I'm sure that just a few years back there wasn't such a range and it was pretty much the same wherever you go. I see Shiga Kogen have added more multiple day passes and 2 and 4 hours tickets http://www.snowjapan...higa-kogen.html Pretty steep at 2,800 yen for 2 hours there! Any other interesting pricing going on? I'm not talking about deals and discounts you can get, more the official price list.

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