Snowglobe - South Lake Tahoe, CA

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Snowglobe Travel

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Flying Into Snowglobe

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Getting To Snowglobe Daily

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Snowglobe Guides

Snowglobe News & Rumors

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Dates for Snowglobe

Snowglobe's official dates have it beginning on Dec. 29, 2017 and ending on Dec. 31, 2017. In general when we track hotel prices we add a day before the event start and a day after the event. For some events, like marathons we give an additional day before the event. For Snowglobe we track hotel prices for Dec. 27, 2017 - Jan. 1, 2018.

Snowglobe Tickets

Snowglobe Ticket Cost


Snowglobe Ticket Info

You can buy tickets for Snowglobe now by following the link below to the official website. Tickets are currently $219 for the general admission pass and $459 for the VIP pass. With New Years coming up quick these tickets will likely sell out soon so you should jump on them if you are planning to go.

Snowglobe Official Website

Related Content on Snowglobe Tickets / Passes

Are Snowglobe VIP passes worth it? VIP vs. GA

Are Snowglobe VIP passes worth it? VIP vs. GA

Article Summary

  • I break down the differences between Snowglobe general admission and Snowglobe VIP
  • Snowglobe GA will cost you $249 and the VIP will be $449 (final price, you can get both cheaper on presale)
  • Snowglobe VIP benefits include VIP entrance, shuttle pass, heated tents, and elevated viewing areas
  • Not worth it unless money isn’t an issue; Snowglobe could do some minor tweaks to really improve their VIP passes but until they do I would just go with general admission for Snowglobe

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