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Fridays in June are Only $5 at Squaw

Squaw won't look exactly like this photo, but the skiing should still be good!

On June 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th, Squaw Valley is offering lift tickets for a bargain price: $5. However, the tickets must be bought online or via Squaw's app at least 48 hours in advance to be eligible for the promotion. With 15 inches of snow falling in the past week, Squaw is still going strong, and is well worth a trip— especially in the case of $5 lift tickets.

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All proceeds from lift ticket sales on Fridays in June will support the Tahoe Fund’s goal of raising $35,000 to assist the Lake Tahoe Bicycle Coalition in providing “Bike Racks for Basin Businesses.” Funds raised by this program will be matched up to $10,000 by Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows.

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