There are 12 ski resorts in Massachusetts where the cheapest day ticket is at Otis Ridge and the most expensive is at Jiminy Peak. All prices can be seen at: http://www.seniorski.com/usa/ma/seniorski-pri...
The website www.seniorski.com
, has all 370 USA ski sites organized in tables ordered by age.
With just a click prices are sorted according to the age chosen. If 370 are too many to choose from, the selection can be done in short tables for each state.
Free Skiing for Seniors: On weekends a senior 65 years old can ski free in 4 resorts, at the age of 70 free passes are available in 51 resorts, 75 year old fellows will get the passes in 69 resorts and those 80 or better will ski free in 77 resorts. On weekdays the choice is even larger.
Many resorts that do not give free skiing still offer substantial senior discounts. All that information is available on the site.
Each resort covered has its own page with extended information, additional ticket and season pass prices, weather reports, accurate maps and up-to-date snow and grooming conditions.
In those pages businesses can post free advertisement provided that a special deal is offered for seniors. Last minute offers are broadcasted to members via Twitter.
The website concept was envisaged during by a group of senior skiers trying to find a good deal at a stage in life where there is plenty of time available, but income is not as it used to be.
The United States is the first country in the site that plans to cover the world (about 2000 ski resorts)