Ticket to Scotland's Ski and Snowboard Show at The SECC Glasgow on 15-16 October 2011, with Ski Pass to a Scottish Ski Resort for £12 (£52 Value)
- Ticket to Scotland’s Ski and Snowboard Show at SECC Glasgow on 15-16 October 2011 (worth £12)
- Entry to The Scottish Outdoors Show at SECC Glasgow on 15-16 October 2011 (worth £12)
- One Day Ski Pass for CairnGorm Mountain, Nevis Range, or Glencoe Mountain Resort (worth £30)
- One Ski Goody Bag worth a minimum of £10
- Over 100 exhibitors offering discounted holidays, equipment & clothing
- 40ft kicker with freestyle big air show
- Performances from Danny Macaskill's Cycle Stunt Team
Groupon valid for 1 person, may buy multiples as gifts. Redeem online by Tue 20 September 2011 at: http://www.scotlandsskishow.co.uk/index.php?option=com_smartformer&Itemid=80. Day ski pass valid until 31 March 2012 dependent on weather. Ski pass valid in Cairngorm, Nevis Range or Cairngorm Mountain Mon-Fri; excludes public holidays, 26-27 Dec 2011, 2nd-3rd Jan 2012 and 13-19 Feb 2012. Enquire at venue for further details. For full terms and conditions please see www.scottishoutdoorsshow.co.uk/images/stories/tick.pdf. Goody bag contents may vary and are selected from gloves, torch, head pads, White Lines magazine, ski and snowboarding DVDs, Snow magazine and vouchers.
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Having a frosty disposition involves looking cool, chilling out and always eating a hearty breakfast of snowflakes. Tip your ice-cap to today’s Groupon: £12 for a ticket to Scotland's Ski and Snowboard Show and free entry to The Scottish Outdoors Show with a one day ski pass.
Home of frosty magic and bright white entertainment, Scotland’s Ski and Snowboard Show is an exhibition welcoming lovers of the pure driven stuff for two days of snow-side revelling. The event is held at the renowned Glasgow SECC, providing capacity for over 3000 seats in the auditorium, and covers up to 10,065 square metres for exhibitions. As well as live music and jaw-dropping freestyle shows by professional skiers, boarders and snow frolickers, a plenitude of exhibitors are present offering holiday-goers advice on where best to take their icy retreats.
With a ticket to the Scotland Ski and Snowboard Show, customers are also granted free entry to The Scottish Outdoor Show, which will be taking place simultaneously. Both shows provide exhibitors aplenty keen to offer discounts, advice and products for all sorts of outdoor needs, such as the latest clothes and gear as well as adventures in Scotland and around the world. Having entertained ears with live music, mouths will be refreshed with a beverage from the après-ski bar and bodies can exercise their own skills with free ski lessons on the artificial slope. Finally customers can take advantage of a day’s ski pass, which can be used on selected weekdays until the 31st March 2012.