October 25 - 28, 2018

International Centre Hall 2, Mississauga

CANADA'S LARGEST SKI/SNOWBOARD/TRAVEL SHOW

WHEN?

The Ski Swap runs alongside the Ski+Snowboard Show hours

2018 Dates

Thursday Oct. 25
3pm - 10 pm
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Friday Oct. 26
12pm - 10pm 
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Saturday Oct. 27
10am - 8pm 
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Sunday Oct. 28
10am - 6pm

2018 Location

International Centre Hall 2, Mississauga ON
 
Easy Access & Free Parking!

2018 Admission Rates

Adults (Age 18-64)
$18.00

Juniors(Age 11-17)
$10.00

Seniors (Age 65+)
$10.00

Children (10 and under)
Free with an Adult 

Family Pass
(2 Adults +2 Juniors)
$45.00

*Taxes or surcharges included

Canada's Largest Ski & Board Swap 2018

The Canadian Ski Patrol will once again hold their largest ski and Snowboard swap at the 2018 show! Held annually in conjunction with the Toronto Ski+Snowboard Show, the swap will feature over 2,000 brand new non-current & pre-owned skis, boards, boots & accessories available for purchase. It's the biggest DEAL of the year and it is an excellent opportunity to upgrade your old equipment and save money. Every purchase made at the Winter Extreme Ski & Board Swap helps support Canadian Ski Patrol training programs and volunteer first aid services at resorts across the country. 


Proceeds from the Canadian Ski Patrol's Winter Extreme Ski & Board Swaps held in various locations across the country are used to further the efforts of the Canadian Ski Patrol in funding and upgrading their many First Aid, Safety and Rescue programs. These skills are used daily by their 5,000+ members in assisting the skiing and snowboarding public at resorts across the country. 

For more information on the Canadian Ski Patrol and its efforts, visit our volunteers at the Ski Patrol Booth during the Toronto Ski+Snow Show. Skiing and boarding are healthy outdoor winter activities enjoyed by millions of Canadians. Remember to always ride responsibly and look out for others. Think snow and have a great winter
!

How to Register Your Used Equipment
Any used ski and snowboard equipment brought to the Swap must be in good to excellent condition to be accepted for sale. If the equipment is several years old we strongly suggest you bring it to the International Centre – Hall 2 in the South West corner of the building (look for the Ski Patrol Trailer) on Wednesday October 24th only, 6 – 9 p.m. and have it looked at by our staff to see if it is suitable for resale.

We reserve the right to refuse any equipment that is deemed non-serviceable or un-saleable. Please note that on October 25th & 26th, you will have to pay show admission to drop off your equipment and entry may be gained at the main entrance. We only accept equipment Wednesday, Thursday and Friday during the hours specified. Generally, older “straight skis” are no longer in demand, regardless of condition and are not accepted for resale. Only skis, boots and snowboards will be accepted for the swap. We do not accept clothing, poles or loose items (i.e.: bindings). The Ski Patrol reserves the right to refuse any equipment deemed unsuitable.
There is a $2.00 registration charge per item and a 20% selling commission (before taxes) on all sales. The selling price is set by the owner of the equipment and the price may not be changed once it has been set and accepted. Online tracking of sold items.

Equipment Registration
Wednesday October 24 – S.W. corner of Hall 2 –  6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Thursday October 25 – Via Main Entrance Hall 2 –  6:00 pm – 9:00 pm (Admission will be charged)
Friday October 26 – Via Main Entrance Hall 2 –  6:00 pm – 9:00 pm (Admission will be charged)
Saturday and Sunday we do not accept equipment!

Reclaiming of Unsold Equipment and/or Cheques
After the Swap: You must pick up your cheque and/or unsold equipment at the office of the Canadian Ski Patrol, 750 Oakdale Road, Unit 50, Downsview, M3N 2Z4 (Hwy. 400 and Finch).
Please read the “Read me I’m Important” for additional details. Online tracking of sold items.

Wednesday October 31 – 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Thursday November 1 – 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Goods unclaimed after 9:00 pm on November 1, 2018 become the property of the Canadian Ski Patrol Central Zone.