Current pass holders who sign up for a season pass for next winter by April 15 get a Seven Springs gift card.
Regular pass renewals reap $50 cards, Midweek pass renewals reap $25 cards.
The offer applies to individual, junior, senior, college and child passes.
Unlimited passes cost $379 for adults, $339 for juniors/seniors/college students, $319 for children 6-11, $89 for super seniors, and $25 for people 5 and under or 80 and over.
Midweek passes cost $189 for adults, $170 for juniors/seniors/college students, and $150 for children.
Prices go up June 1 and again Sept. 16.
Anna Weltz of Seven Springs said, "This winter, our guests saw the addition of Timbers, the revitalization of the Slopeside Dining Room, the refurbishment of the entire Main Lodge Hotel, the expansion of the Foggy Goggle, the addition of The Alley and an investment in the snowmaking system infrastructure to ensure the best possible snow conditions.
"Aggressive resort enhancements will continue this spring, summer, and fall. Trillium Spa is scheduled to open early this spring and the sporting clays lodge will be open this summer," she said.
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 presents 41 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-seasons resort, one of the largest and most popular in the region.