Black Mountain's Family Passport for two adults and two juniors (age 6-17) is a low-cost delight at $109 midweek and $139 holiday. Non-holiday Thursdays is the popular Breakfast Club where the 55-plus crowd pay $55 for breakfast and ticket at the Jackson ski area.
Locals love the $20 non-holiday Sunday afternoon and Friday night 2-fer $23 tickets at Bretton Woods. That's only for residents of select counties in northern New England.
Ski at Keene's Granite Gorge Saturday night for $38 including rentals.
Score $35 tickets at Sunapee Dec. 16 and March 31 when donating five non-perishable food items. Ski non-holiday Mondays for $45. New Hampshire residents pay $39 non-holiday Sunday afternoons.
In Henniker, Pats Peak's Pay-One-Price Saturday nights starting Dec. 29 are $45 and include rentals, tubing and tips.
Cannon's got some deals. N.H. residents pay $25 non-holiday Wednesdays. Ring in the New Year Jan. 1 with a two-fer $70 offer and then again Super Bowl Sunday Feb. 3.
Waterville's deals include a $17 St. Patrick's Day pass and a buck on April 1.
Ski for $20 on non-holiday Mondays and Tuesdays at Dartmouth Skiway. Enfield's Whaleback has a number of deals including M&M Wednesdays with medical, municipal and military employees paying $10 and Mom's Thursday afternoon out $10 1 p.m.-4 p.m special.
Central Vermont's Bromley's non-holiday Family Fridays mean adults pay $49 and $15 per kid up to three of them. Sunday afternoon tickets are $32, non-holiday.
Now on the National Register of Historic Places, Mad River Glen serves up $3.50 prices (from 1948) during Roll Back the Clock Day Jan. 29. Kiss your sweetie at the ticket booth on Valentines Day and ski for $14 each. Vermont elementary, middle and high school students ski free on Town Meeting Day on March 5. Act like a fool in the ticket booth April 1 and ski half price.
Burke Mountain's NEK Sunday (not Feb. 17) means $25 afternoon tickets plus $20 rentals and $20 lessons. Non-holiday Silver Streaker Days have 55-plus skiers paying $30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Okemo in Ludlow takes care of Vermonters and Granite Staters with non-holiday Sunday Solution tickets ($39 morning, $29 afternoon). Wonderful Wednesdays mean non-holiday $39 tickets for residents on both sides of the Connecticut.
Non-holiday Fridays means $30 tickets for N.H. and Vt. residents -- and $39 Sundays -- at Magic in Londonderry.
Mount Snow's Jan. 6 Youth Pay Their Age Day (age 6-18) packs them in. Pay $17 St. Patrick's Day (advance purchase).
That should get you started.