[R354R, Seven Springs Mountain Resort] in Pennsylvania offers a Super Seven Card that gives holders seven lift tickets valid anytime. The Super Seven Card costs $299 for adults, a savings of $177 over the purchase of seven individual adult lift tickets at window prices. The card costs $199 for kids ages 6 to 11, a savings of $165 over the price of seven individual child lift tickets at window prices.

The Super Seven Card is a good way to save, and also a good stocking stuffer for Christmas.

The cards can be reloaded with more lift tickets if needed as the season progresses.

The Super Seven Card is redeemable at all lift ticket outlets for seven individual, single-session, single-day ski lift tickets. There are no blackout dates, so the cards can be used weekends and holidays through the 2010-11 winter season.

Caveats: Only one lift ticket per day may be redeemed, and the Super Seven Cards cannot be combined with any other discount, package, coupon offer, or contracted rate.  The Super Seven Cards expire at the end of the ski season.

Seven Springs is located in the Laurel Highlands of Western Pennsylvania, and offers skiers and riders great variety of terrain served by an impressive lift system. Seven Springs has 32 slopes and trails and six parks and pipes on 285 skiable acres, 750 foot vertical, with terrain gentle or daunting enough for skiers of any level, served by 15 lifts: two six-packs, three quads, five triples, three surface lifts and two conveyors. This is a complete, four-season resort, one of the largest and most popular in the region.

More information. Or call 800-452-2223, ext. 7491.