Only two days left to save big on 2013-2014 winter season at Big Bear Mountain Resorts

(Big Bear Lake, CA – May 29, 2013) – The ultimate discount on Screamin' Deal Season Passes for Bear Mountain and Snow Summit ends Friday, May 31.  Time is running out; get the lowest price of the year to ski and ride Big Bear Mountain Resorts for the 2013-2014 winter season.

"The Screamin' Deal Season Pass offers the biggest savings of the year, giving our guests the chance to save money throughout the winter season," says Chris Riddle, Vice President of Marketing for Big Bear Mountain Resorts. "Some passes pay for themselves in as little as five visits! Whether it’s a day trip or a whole weekend at Bear Mountain and Snow Summit, there is no better way to save money on the slopes without having to travel too far from home."

The Big Bear Mountain Resorts Screamin' Deal Season Passes offer additional savings throughout the season.  All pass holders receive 10 percent off food and beverage, 20 percent off ski or snowboard lessons, and 20 percent off all merchandise at the Sports Shop.  Guests can enjoy two world-class mountain resorts with unlimited access to 26 lifts, 55 runs and 438 skiable acres.

During the summer, guests with passes can ride Snow Summit's Scenic Sky Chair and hike the beautiful back trails of the mountains for free and get half price off mountain biking tickets. Enjoy a 10 percent discount on food and beverage at the View Haus, the most scenic barbeque in Big Bear. While pass discounts don't apply to golf, Bear Mountain's mountain-style 9-hole golf course is a perfect setting for a morning or afternoon of golf throughout the summer.

Purchase your Screamin' Deal Season Pass online now!

About BBMR – Real Snow. Real Close. Real Deal.
Big Bear Mountain Resorts (BBMR) includes Snow Summit and Bear Mountain ski areas plus Bear Mountain Golf Course and Snow Summit Adventure Park.  For more information, please visit Big Bear Mountain Resorts is an equal opportunity service provider operating under a San Bernardino National Forest special use permit.