Jay Peak is a great way to spend some time away from your worldly worries out on the clean powder. If you’re traveling to Vermont to hit the slopes, you’re probably looking for some information on what the costs for Jay Peak ski rentals are and how you can save money on getting what you need. Never fear, we are here to help with that. When it comes to getting your gear, you have a lot of options both on where to get it and how to save the most money.

Hitting the Slopes for Less

Jay Peak is located pretty far north, just minutes from the Canadian border. Even so, the best way to save money on your Jay Peak ski rentals is to let us help you. With our help, you can save up to twenty percent on all your gear. After all, we’ve got the connections to make this possible. So let our inside line help you stretch your dollar until it squeaks.

You can also get your Jay Peak ski rentals off site to save a little more. For example, at First Trax, just minutes from the resort, you can get a basic package for a starting daily rate of $40. With tiered savings, you get a 5-day rental for only $140. Compare that to the resort pricing, which starts at $45 and goes up to a 5-day price of $185. That’s $45 you save to begin with just for being willing to carry your skis to the resort.

Final Thoughts

Saving money on Jay Peak ski rentals doesn’t just stop when you’re getting your skis, boots, and poles. There are other ways you can be more economical when it comes to those things you need. For instance, you’re going to need a helmet. On one hand, a helmet rental only adds about $5 to $10 per day to your tab. While that’s cheap compared to what it does, another option is to buy your own helmet. You can get a good quality helmet for about $100. So, if you ski regularly, or planning to make it a regular thing and will ski more than ten to twenty times in your life? Buying a helmet is cheaper in the long run.

Another place where people can spend more than they need to is on the little things. Make a checklist of things you’re going to need, but don’t forget things like lotion, batteries, chapstick and sunscreen. Those are just as important as your skis and more importantly, a heck of a lot cheaper when you get them locally instead of in a resort town. By planning ahead, you’re not just saving money on your Jay Peak ski rentals, but on everything else as well.

The following is a list of the two local ski rental shops near Jay Peak:

First Trax:  http://firsttraxvt.com/service/

Snow Job Inc.:   Call 802 988 4464, facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheSnowJobInc