Camelback Mountain Resort in Tannersville, Pa., is selling Camelcards that save on each lift ticket, and give holders every third ticket free.

The resort also is selling 2011-12 season passes at bargain prices.

Camelcards save 50 percent on midweek non-holiday lift tickets, and on all night tickets. Camelcards also save 25 percent on weekend and holiday lift tickets. The cards also mean that holders get every third lift ticket for free. Camelcards cost $49. Do the math.

For example, a midweek night pass costs $19 with a Camelcard.

Camelback 2011-12 season passes are on sale through March 31 at the lowest prices they will be.

Super Passes are good for unlimited skiing anytime the area is open. Value Passes are good for skiing weekdays and all nights.

Adult Super Passes cost $529, compared to the full price of $849. Junior and Senior Super Passes cost $329, compared with the full price of $649.

Adult Value Passes cost $429, compared to $749; Junior and Senior Value Passes cost $279, compared to $549.

Camelback's 2011-12 passes afford direct to lift access, first tracks, free ski check, free snow tubing, and discounts on food and retail.

More information. Or call 570-629-1661.