The Pennsylvania Twins Jack Frost and Big Boulder are offering next year's passes at the lowest price they will ever be, and throwing in skiing and riding for the rest of this winter as well.

Skiers and riders who buy their 2009-10 passes by April 30 also will receive four free snow passes, or four free snow tubing passes. Passes purchased after April 30 will bring the buyers two free snow or snow tubing passes.

The JFBB Unlimited Pass for current passholders is $449 for adults and $349 for seniors and kids, and for new buyers $479 for adults and $379 for seniors and kids.

The Midweek Pass for current passholders is $329 for adults, $259 for seniors and kids; for new buyers, $359 and $289.

A Big Boulder Night Pass is $269 for current passholders and $299 for new buyers.

In addition to JFBB passes, parent company Peak Resorts offers a Nor'Easter Pass good for all-season access to Attitash and Crotched Mountain in New Hampshire, Mount Snow and Carinthia in Vermont, and Jack Frost and Big Boulder in Pennsylvania.

The Nor'Easter Pass starts at $649, is good every day of the season at those resorts, and also yields 20 percent discount on retail purchases there.

There are other offerings, as well. All prices hold through April 30.