Load up the 4Runner! It's time to take a trip up to the mountain.

Make that the 4Runner, Rav4, Sequoia, Camry or any other Toyota vehicle! The Treasure Valley Toyota Dealers have teamed up to bring back FREE Ski Day at Bogus Basin on Friday, March 5!

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Getting your all day lift pass is easy. You WON'T have to go to a Toyota dealership before hand (they won't have any vouchers there.)  There will be Toyota Greeters at Bogus on FREE Ski Day. Just drive your Toyota vehicle up the mountain and the rep will give the driver of the car a lift pass good for March 5. It's really that easy!

Other Bogus Discounts

Don't drive a Toyota? There's a few other ways to save when you want to hit the slopes at Bogus Basin!

Military Discount

Have you served or are currently serving our country in the United States military? Bring a current active duty, retired, dependent or VA ID to the Mountain Ticket office located on the Idaho Central Credit Union Base Area Plaza they'll offer $10 off a daily lift ticket Monday-Friday or on a Saturday/Sunday/Holiday after 3 p.m. Just remember, there's no online advance reservations available for military discount tickets. If tickets for the day are sold out, there will be no military discounted tickets available that day.

Fly Alaska Discount

If you happen to be traveling or have visitors checking out Bogus, this is a really cool option. Bring your same day of arrival Alaska Airlines boarding pass and your ID to the lodge ticket window and you'll get a free lift ticket! There are some blackout days in February. The deal's not available 2/11-2/20.

5th and 6th Graders Discount

The Idaho Ski Areas Association offers 5th and 6th grade students something called the IDAHO Ski Free Passport Program.  By getting a passport, 5th graders can get a free lift ticket three times during Bogus's season. 6th graders can use their passports twice. There are a few restrictions with the passport.  Check out those details HERE.

Just remember, Bogus is operating under at COVID safety plan. If you haven't been up to the mountain yet this year, make sure you get caught up on what that means before you head up so you're totally prepared!

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