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January 27, 2015 at 5:05 PM

$12 Super Bowl Sunday lift tickets at Stevens Pass (don’t wait long)

Brady Hastings, of Everett, launches off a jump at Stevens Pass ski resort. (photo by Erika Schultz / The Seattle Times)

Brady Hastings, of Everett, launches off a jump at Stevens Pass ski resort. (photo by Erika Schultz / The Seattle Times)

Don’t have the thousands of dollars to go watch the Super Bowl in Arizona? Then spend $12 — yes, it’s a 12th Man thing — for a ski lift ticket on Super Bowl Sunday at Stevens Pass.

Starting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, you can go online and try to nab one of the 1,200 available discounted lift tickets, good for four hours of skiing or snowboarding on Sunday, Feb. 1. A four-hour pass for an adult would ordinarily cost $64 for that date.

To get the discount, go to the Stevens Pass Facebook page or www.stevenspass.com/12thman.

According to a Stevens Pass news release, the ski area is “deflating prices” (get it, Patriots?) to celebrate the Seahawks’ appearance in the Super Bowl. (It might also help get a few more skiers on the mountain on a really slow day.)

In addition to the 12th Man lift-ticket special, Stevens Pass will also host a tailgate and Super Bowl party starting at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday in the Granite Peaks Lodge. The party will feature multiple projection screens showing the Super Bowl, and will have a buffet that will include a variety of barbecue choices, wings, and other favorite game-day snacks. Admission to the Super Bowl party is $24, which includes the all-you-can-eat buffet and non-alcoholic drinks.

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