The resorts are continuing their non-transferable multiple lift ticket packs through spring. Northstar has the Quad Pack that includes four tickets for the price of three for young adults ages 13-22. Sierra Resort has a three-pack that reduces the daily lift ticket to $49 per day for adults; three-packs are available for young adults and children, too.
Value season vouchers can grant discounts at the ticket windows of both resorts starting March 15. The vouchers allow purchasing a Northstar lift ticket for $59 instead of $84 and a Sierra ticket for $54 instead of $69. Get the vouchers at participating ski and board shops in Reno, Sacramento, and the San Francisco Bay Area.
College students with a valid ID can purchase discounted lift tickets during college weeks scheduled for March 22-26, March 29-April 2, and April 5-9. College week tickets cost $59 at Northstar Resort and $54 at Sierra Resort.
Northstar-at-Tahoe is also running spring Stay and Ski Free lodging packages starting at $108 per person per night. Rates are based on double occupancy in a studio condo with two complimentary lift tickets with Fast Pass priority lift line access included per room per night. The package is available Sundays through Thursdays through April 1 and daily from then until the end of the season.
Sierra-at-Tahoe has teamed up with the 968 Park Hotel in South Lake Tahoe for a ski and stay package. The package includes lodging in the certified eco-friendly hotel, a bottle of Northern California wine at check-in, lift tickets, carbon credits to offset a round trip drive from the Bay Area, and 15 percent off merchandise at Sierra Mountain Sports. Packages start at $99 per person per night based on double occupancy.