Wachusett Mountain Ski Area in Princeton, Mass., has three Century Pass options, Gold, Silver, and Bronze.

The Gold Century Pass is good for skiing anytime during the 2010-11 season. It costs $525 through Oct. 13, then increases to $625.

The Silver Century Pass costs $299 through Oct. 13, then $399. It is good for skiing and riding early and late-season weekends, all non-holiday weekdays, and all nights, and gives holders $15 off weekend and holiday weekday tickets.

The Bronze Century Pass costs $239, then $339. It is good for skiing and riding on non-holiday weekdays and all nights, and gives holders $10 off weekend and holiday lift tickets.

Wachusett also offers season parking passes for $169, and season ski or snowboard rental passes for $199.

Passholders also get 20 percent off two items at Mountainside Ski & Sports, a two-fer ski or board tune, and a free midweek demo.

The passes also give holders discounts at Jiminy Peak, Shawnee Peak, Mount Sunapee, Burke, Jay Peak, Okemo, Stratton and Sugarbush, and other areas in the Mid Atlantic region, the Midwest, and the West.

The deals get better for groups of four or more under Wachusett's GPS, or Greatest Possible Savings, Program.

A GPS Gold Century Pass costs $499; a Silver costs $289; and a Bronze costs $229. Prices increase $100 after Nov. 17.

Wachusett also has a U Pass for college students, good for skiing weekdays and all nights, for $189.

More information. Or call 978-464-2300.