Can someone help me find some skiing/snowboard coupons for any where near NJ/NY/PA ect?
Here's the link to the PA Ski Area Association webpage.
That link will take to to all of the ski areas' pages in PA. Each one has some sort of deal, package plan, or special. If you can go midweek instead of on a weekend you will save a bunch.
Seven Springs is out west in PA and not close to you. Liberty, Round Top, Ski Denton, and Sawmill are not in the Poconos either and are probably not worth driving to from the NJ/NY area. Camelback, Jack Frost, and Blue Mountain are probably your best bang-for-the-buck. Elk Mountain is the best place in PA in my opinion. It's a bit more out of the way, but usually not as crowded as the other Pocono resorts.
You don't have many choices in NJ. Mountain Creek is just as costly as the larger Pocono resorts.
Just like PA, NY State has a website for all of its resorts too.
I'm pretty sure Gore Mtn is doing the 1/2 price lift tickets on Wednesdays again this year if you bring a Coke can to the ticket booth. If you visit a local ski shop they might have coupons or know of some specific deals they can clue you in on. I unfortunately can't give you a lot of specific deal info because due to my industry connections and ski patrol membership I usually just call someone I know at a resort and ski for free or get a massive discount, so I don't even really pay too much attention to posters and coupons anymore. I bet someone at a ski shop near you will have some specific deal info.
While you are at the ski shop, inquire with them about their rentals. Usually you can get rentals from a ski shop cheaper than you can at the mountain. Likewise, you can usually get demonstration skis and boots for the same price as resort rentals. These are almost always better quality goods than resort rentals.
Best of luck.
for Two Any-Day Lift Tickets at Seven Springs Mountain Resort (Up to $136 Value) in Seven Springs.One of the largest ski resorts in PA- Trails for beginners & experts- More than 30 trails, five.This deal is not valid until January 3, 2011.