When you say ski travel deals, as an Eastern Seaboard dweller I usually break that into 1) day tripping to local ski areas and 2) multiday trips to distant destinations.
Random ski cheap thoughts, sorry if obvious:
1) For local skiing, as you may already be aware, there are good deals to be found at local ski shops (and their websites), ski area websites, and national/regional/local ski related websites such as epicski.com, slidingonthecheap.com, snowjournal.com, dcski.com, etc. "Entertainment" coupon books usually have some 2fer1 tickets. Ski areas in the state of NH seem to offer some of the best publicly available midweek lift tic deals/twofers/etc in New England. I also saw some great deals at places like Belleayre and Plattekill NY this past winter. Many ski areas offer modest to huge early or late season discounts on skiing and lodging - check their web sites.
2) For distant destinations I usually travel with a posse of friends/family members so not too motivated towards club trips, but they are great way for solo travelers to hook-up with new ski buddies. If you get heavy into Search function on this website there are many money saving travel threads on lodging, tickets, flights, rental cars, etc. There is even a long thread listing a great variety of useful ski-related websites. Additional random strategies: use travelocity, orbitz, etc to scout flight, car, lodging deals, but perhaps go direct to specific providers to get best final price. VRBO.com is good for condo rental deals. There are some hostels scattered around ski country (taos, jackson, winter park, etc) with ultra low priced beds. Some people use EBAY to score cheap lift tics/vouchers. One recurring axiom about inexpensive lodging is to look for any good ski destination that draws even more tourists in summer, making for winter room glut; examples Jackson, WY, South Lake Tahoe, and perhaps North Conway. Use reward points earned from credit cards, frequent flyer programs, and various other means for flight and lodging discounts. Blah, blah, sorry for ramble, for me this topic is endless.