HKR 2020

KitzSki Promo Days

Photo © KitzSki
21.01.2020

In celebration of the 80th anniversary races, KitzSki has come up with some sensational offers and an array of tariff highlights.

From Monday to Friday, a -20% discounted ticket is available for € 42.50. When buying a day ticket on Saturday or Sunday, the “Partner Card Weekend“ deal offers -20% off the second ticket for your escort. At weekends, there is a -45% discount and -65% discount for children, thanks to the Juniors‘ Special. During KIDS GO FREE days, all children can actually ski for free throughout the entire ski area (those born in 2004 and earlier):

  • Saturday, 7th January 2020
  • Saturday, 21st January 2020
  • Saturday, 11th April 2020

The Hahnenkamm Races are taking place for the 80th time – in celebration of this special occasion, the highest prize money in the history of the race will be paid out to the ski racers, namely € 725,000, in total. For this reason, KitzSki is lowering its prices for day tickets for all ski enthusiasts during the race weekend, in keeping with the motto “highest prize money - lowest tariff”. On Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th January 2020, the following special tariffs apply throughout the entire ski area:

  • Children: only €10.00
  • Young people: € 20.00
  • Adults € 40.00

Waiting times at the cash desk can be avoided with just a few mouse clicks. Just purchase your ticket online in advance (shop.kitzski.at) and pick it up from one of the new ticket points.

goto KitzSki Webseite

Photo © KitzSki


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