Ski Sales & Snow Shows

Every year there are Ski Sales and Snow Shows and like the early season pass deadlines they sneak up on you and many people miss out because they arrive before it gets cold and we start thinking about snow sports.

They are great cost effective way to upgrade your gear ESPECIALLY if you have to outfit your kids or want to upgrade to carvers.

Many genuine importers of hardware will sell last years stock cheaply to clear their warehouses for this years models.

Also, every man and their dog brings in their second hand gear. The organisers always keep the prices low and only except quality gear to encourage a high turnover of items.

Remember that straight skis are now history and you are unable to even sell them through snow stores or these sales. So use them to patch your fence, sacrifice them to Ulr or send them off to the tip.

If there is a ski swap / snow show near you which is not mentioned please let us know so we can spread the word.


What: Auckland Uni Ski Sale
When: Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th of May 2015

40th Annual University Ski & Snowboard Sale

New Zealand’s largest Ski & Snowboard Sale Thousands of pre-loved bargains. Prices slashed on new gear, up to 60% off as well as free parking for everyone.

Join us on May 23/24th for what will be the biggest launch of the winter season yet. We’re celebrating 40 years of this iconic event. There will be fantastic prizes and giveaways all weekend, you’ll have to be there to collect, so come on down.

Over 3 million dollars worth of the latest snow gear with prices slashed!

Up to 60% OFF everything! Goggles from $39, gloves $19, new ski boots $149, snowboard packages from $499, jacket & pants from $99, ski and binding packages from $499, helmets $79. Plus a huge range of quality pre-loved skis, boots, boards and clothing.

One weekend only at Snowcentre – Corner of Mahuru & Nuffield Street, Newmarket.

Sat 23rd May: 8:30am – 5:30pm Sun: 24th May: 10am – 4pm


Where: Auckland Snow Centre, 19 Mahuru St, Newmarket.
Contact: (09) 5206699
Proceeds: The Auckland University Ski Club.