Everyone likes a bargain, as Igluski.com points out – and the site's cheap ski deals should have something to please all winter sports enthusiasts.
Whether looking for cheap ski deals around the Christmas and New Year period, or at Easter and half-term, there are options available on the site. Offers are also broken down month by month, from December right through until April.
In all, 20 different countries worldwide are covered by the skiing deals available at Igluski.com, totalling more than 100 different resorts globally.
Typical options range from money-off deals to free or cheap lift passes, along with competitive prices on all-inclusive skiing holidays.
Money-off ski deals
The types of discounts available depend on the number of people who are travelling; however, the cheap ski deals at Igluski.com should include something for everyone.
Promotional prices on one-person getaways can be accessed simply by booking well in advance.
For groups, filling every bed in a chalet could be enough to ensure the price drops – to the extent that some people's accommodation can effectively become free.
Special offer ski deals
Similar in nature to the discount skiing holidays described above, special offers can include lower costs on ski hire or lift passes when certain accommodation is booked.
Alternatively, they could see one person receive ski hire completely free when another pays full price.
Certain luxury chalets and catered chalets are also included in the list of accommodation with special offers attached to them.
In these, rather than a discount or two-for-one deal, free ski lift passes are offered for the local area.
All-inclusive ski deals
All-inclusive holidays also feature among Igluski.com's cheap ski holidays.
In effect, they encompass a number of the offers described above, as the initial price quoted includes ski lift passes and equipment hire.
However, all-inclusive ski deals also cover food costs, helping to reduce the amount that must be spent while on the slopes.
They can also include packed lunches to be eaten on the piste, to avoid having to interrupt the day's activities by heading to a restaurant or back to the chalet for a midday meal.