I remember when I was a college stud and freaked at
$28 lift tickets. Not sure there is a special dispensation for college students, but go to www.aspensnowmass.com/travelinfo/package.cfm for some info. Combining lodging and tix can save you some money unless you're sleeping in your car. Copper and Winter Park are more coupon/discount orientated but Aspen they are not.
Not really...if you have a group of 20+ college students then you can qualify for this year's $36 college group ticket. If you do have that many contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
As Luv2Ski suggested buying tickets through your lodging is the next best choice, or if you've purchased your trip through a travel package company (i.e. Ski.com, stayaspensnowmass.com, expedia, etc. then you can purchase their tickets- but that's only if you've also bought lodging).
For future reference anyone college age, and especially easy for those based in Colorado, you can purchase the College Classic Pass. You must buy in person and it's only sold in Colorado during the fall, but once you have it you can renew online or by phone each year. This year's was $129 for 4 days or $199 for 7 days to students 24 and younger with ID.
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