Wachusett Mountain’s annual MTNside Labor Day sale is usually a pretty big deal. But this year, the ski area’s retail shop was forced to alter its plan a bit.
Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, those interested in attending the sale had to make reservations. The first 100 to make one received a free lift ticket for this upcoming winter, while those who spend $100 or more this weekend at the sale will receive another, so it’s clear to see why all spots have been filled.
In response, MTNside has decided to offer its Labor Day sale prices throughout the month of September.
If you didn’t snag a reservation, no worries. There’s still plenty of other fun to be had at the Princeton mountain this holiday weekend, with a slate of bands set to perform, chairlift rides, and O’Brien’s Deck Bar and Grill serving up some end-of-summer fare and craft beers.