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oldwomanc6

Quick question from an old fart

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JerryBaumchen

Hi Lisa,

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How much is the lift ticket from twelve-five ?



Re: Quick answer from another old fart

When I started in early '64 => $5.25

Times, they are a'changin'

:P

Jerry Baumchen



When I was active(late '70s - nineties), it was buck a thousand feet. At both Elsinore and Perris.

I thought out would be about $50 by now.
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JerryBaumchen

Hi Lisa,

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How much is the lift ticket from twelve-five ?



Re: Quick answer from another old fart

When I started in early '64 => $5.25

Times, they are a'changin'

:P

Jerry Baumchen



$5.25 in 1964 is equivalent to over $40 in 2018 dollars. I guess jump tickets have come down in price quite a bit.
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oldwomanc6

How much is the lift ticket from twelve-five ?

Bar question, quick!



So the question is really "How much is a jump ticket?", right?

First off, turbines go to 14, unless they are doing competition passes, which are 10500. Most piston planes (182, 206) go to 10.

Second off, the ride is TO altitude. The jump is from altitude, and that's free (you pay for the ride up, not the fall down).

:)

:P

B|

Last year, going from memory:

SDC - 24
CSC - 27
SDMW - 24

That's 'flat rate.'

Various specials and deals are available, which can bring the cost down.
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