Skis and Boards Fly Free on Alaska Airlines to Mammoth Lakes

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ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. - May 9, 2014 - PRLog -- SPECIAL OFFER: Alaska Airlines: Skis and Boards Fly Free
There's still plenty of snow on Mammoth Mountain to get your last fix of skiing and riding before the season ends on Memorial Day. Fly to Mammoth Lakes from Los Angeles between now and May 15 and your skis and board fly free. It's easy, just make sure your Mileage Plan number is in your reservation and your gear flies free.

Take advantage of these great airline deals to come to Mammoth for the Monster Air Bang Event and learn new tricks and progress faster than ever before by trying them on our Monster Energy Air Bag!

Measuring at 50 feet wide by 50 feet long, the Monster Energy Air Bag covers the entire surface area of a jump allowing users to attempt new tricks, with an airbag landing, before taking it on a snow landing.
Single Jump / Unlimited Day Pass

The Monster Energy Air Bag is open to adult and youth skiers and snowboarders of intermediate-advanced ability. A lift ticket is required to participate.
Dates: May 10 and 11
Times: 10am to 2pm
Prices: $10 for a single jump or $30 for unlimited day use; unlimited day use ticket includes a FREE Monster Energy drink; tickets available at the base of the jump

Camp Sessions
Coaches with Mammoth's Snowboard and Freeride Teams will be offering training camps to help hone in on your jumping. Camp Sessions are open to the public. Enrollment includes one hour private jump session, individualized instruction, daily video review and unlimited use of the Monster Energy Air Bag.
Dates: 10-11

Visit ( for your lodging reservations in Mammoth Lakes or call (888) 472-5777

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