Our family had the pleasure of skiing in Whistler, BC in February. We appreciated the "mountain hosts" who help skiers find their way down based on their interest, expectations and skill. They'll even ski down with first-timers to show the way. They make you feel welcome and safe.
If you're afraid to ski down a steep run at Whistler, a discount or raincheck card won't get you to the bottom any faster or safer. You need help: motivation that you can do it, knowledge of what's ahead, skills rehearsal so you can make a turn, tools like goggles to help you see; personalized reinforcement and feedback will also help. What do you think?