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Savvy Skiers Save Money on Hitting the Slopes

As the snow falls in the Alps and skiers enjoy the first tracks of this year’s season, North West premier visitor attraction, Chill Factore, has today announced a surge in ski and snowboarding lesson bookings, as British holidaymakers worry about the economy going off piste and seek out cheaper lessons at home.

 


Chill Factore, which is home to the UK’s longest indoor real snow skiing and snowboarding slope (180 meters), compared the cost of its lessons against the average cost of lessons in Europe’s top ski resorts, and the research has revealed the cost of learning to ski abroad to be almost double than at home*.

 

Morwenna Angove, CEO at Chill Factore, explains: “We’ve seen a huge surge in lesson bookings already for this season and it seems that the fall in value of the pound following the Brexit vote, has alerted skiers that learning to ski before you fly can save time and money.

 

“We’re proud to have taught tens of thousands of beginners to ski since Chill Factore opened nine years ago. This season we are offering to get beginners skiing in just six hours and if they’re not slope ready the first time, they will get extra tuition for free!”

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*Chill Factore comparison to top five ski resorts in Europe, based on the equivalent six-hour lesson average (three operators per location). Currency conversion by Google Finance on 2nd December 2016.

GUARANTEE TO SKI OFFER

From 1st December 2016 to 28th February 2017, beginners can take lesson courses level 1 - 3 for just £150, getting them slope ready in just 6 hours. If at the end of the course the attendee is not deemed slope ready by their instructor, they will receive additional tuition free of charge.

Choose from:

  • Day Lesson - 6 hours of tuition. A total of 8 hours with lunch and refreshment breaks
  • 2 Day Course - 3 hours of tuition each day (over 2 consecutive days)
  • 3 Week Course - 3 x 1 hour 50 min tuition each week

12/5/2016 4:14:04 PM

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