Denver Deal: SkiRex, Sniagrab, Consignment Sales, Taste of Colorado & more
From sales to events this weekend is packed full with fun stuff going on in the Mile High City. Visit the Taste of Colorado, see a concert at Red Rocks (will I see you at Zac Brown Band?), take one last summer trip to the mountains, shop until you drop at the Mile High Marketplace or the many consignment sales. Regardless of what makes you really happy, there are enough deals out there you are sure to find something to enjoy.
The annual sales for ski and snowboard equipment at Sniagrab (at Sports Authority) and Ski Rex (at Colorado Ski & Golf) are sure to have enough great deals to get you and the family (maybe even the whole neighborhood) ready for the snow. Not only can you snag a great deal on equipment but you can also get a great deal on passes as well (Echo Mountain is only $159 – for the whole season!).
SNIAGRAB (bargains spelled backwards) is considered the world’s largest ski and snow sale with deals on the best equipment and apparel at 75% off original prices. The unique event started in Denver over 57 years ago and has grown larger and more popular every year since. This year, they are planning on the biggest and best event in our history with additional family events, exciting giveaways and unbelievable prizes.
What are your plans for Labor Day weekend? Ski Rex at the Colorado Ski & Golf Aurora location will be in full swing with great deals. SKI REX is also the place for parents to snag the single best deal anywhere in Colorado for equipment for kids ages 4-18 with the Junior Trade-In program. This budget-friendly ski/board exchange program has been available for more than 25 years and was created to insure that children’s ski equipment remains affordable as they grow up—even for families on a tight budget. A complete set of used equipment is available for $99.99 and includes skis, boots, bindings and a safety binding check. Equipment can be returned the following year by March 31 and parents can refit their kids into a different set of used equipment for the next season. The net cost per child after the first year is $49.99 per year! The Junior Trade-In is also offered on new equipment with setups starting at $199.99. If the equipment is returned by March 31 the following year, a 50 percent discount is given for the next year’s equipment–$99.99/year after the first year! If the kids don’t grow that much or love their current equipment, they can keep it for two years and return it for a 30 percent discount after two seasons. A similar deal is available for snowboarders with a slightly higher rate for used equipment–$99.99 for a full snowboard setup that includes boots and deck.
- Twice as Nice Kids (10050 Ralston Road #G, Arvada, Colorado 80004 (62nd & Kipling) 303-425-KIDS (5437) is having a Labor Day weekend sale. Summer clothes are 75% off and some clothes as little as 50 cents!
- Sept 2-5
Just Between Friends of Douglas County. Friday 9a–6p.; Saturday 9a–5p, Sunday 10a-5p (25% off day) ,
Monday 9a-3p (Half Price Sale). $2 admission all days at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Castle Rock.
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