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The long answer: It depends on where your lace bite is: Could be boot breaking down, could be depth, could be lack of mobility. Solutions vary depending on the cause.
The solutions: Rest and ice it. Take Ibuprofen when you can't rest it. Skip an eyelet where it's giving you pain like they've said, maybe even try outside in style of lacing. A sponge works a little bit. What really helped me the most was an old post on here from a figure skater where they recommended cutting a knockoff bunga pad sleeve in half and laying it behind your tongue. Best 15 bucks I've spent on hockey: [link]
After that you're looking at new skates.
I've considered going the VH route due to lace bite and may at some point when money is less important to me. Until then I make due wearing Supremes with a "bunga" sleeve cut in half in the front of each one of my socks and skipping eyelets on my skates. For <$15 on Amazon you're silly not to try it. ([link])
The bone spur hotspots you should definitely have punched out at a skate shop.
This is the one! It says it's an ankle sleeve but covers my forearm perfectly.