£600 all in????
My last lift pass cost £600.
Two families could go to the same resort and one could pay £2k all in and the other £20k. It's a bit like asking "how much did your dinner cost on Saturday night". You're never going to be comparing apples with apples.
I spent a wee bit of time living in northern Italy and for extra cash I would do airport runs for a tour operator (cash in hand and I could sleep on the bus on the way out to the airport normally). Every week towards the latter part of the winter season there would be one or two people on the coach who had booked a brilliant deal last minute. Trouble is, they spent most of their time asking everyone how much they had paid or telling them what a great deal they had picked up
Interestingly enough, they were also often quite high maintenance guests...apart from one bloke who left the bar staff a 400 euro tip at the end of his trip after they helped him back into the hotel and out of sight of the carabiniere when he crashed a local residents car into a tree outside the hotel (on his first night!). That guy was pretty nuts come to think of it. He didn't go skiing once, and tried to start an impromptu toga party in the hotel bar at 5pm by wandering around in his bed sheet and trying to get all the older ladies to dance. He kept in touch with one of the bar staff after he left, apparently his wife/kids had left him which prompted the holiday and certainly would explain some of the erratic behaviour