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Denver Deal: Free Days, Taste of Colorado, H&M, Blockbuster sale & more

When I think of comedy shows I think about f-bombs and adult humor – jokes that go over the heads of kids but land right in the funny bone of adults. That is why I was really surprised to find out that Comedy Works has several different kids shows even from famous comedians. The kids and I recently went to see Ralph Harris and the kids thought they were pretty cool because they got to go to a “night club” and order drinks (yes, they have a full page of non-alcoholic drinks). Plus, they got to meet Mr. Harris after the show and pose for a photo with him. The next all ages show is with Rocky Laporte on Friday night.

Free Days

The Denver Botanic Gardens will host a free day on August 28th and the Denver Art Museum will be free on September 1.  Take the family and enjoy our cultural facilities for FREE!

Taste of Colorado

Plan ahead for the Taste of Colorado Labor Day weekend (Aug 31 – Sept 3) at Civic Center Park. Featured acts, including Top Hogs, Magical Enchantment with Erika Sodos, Machinez Remainz Dance Crew, and Istari World Percussion, on the Comfort Dental KidzStage. Children and adults can stay busy for hours with carnival rides, games, educational exhibits, and more. The four-day, free admission, food, music, and entertainment. The fun includes Kidzone, Carnival games and rides, Festival of Mountain and Plains area.

Consignment Sales

Heading into the new school year meas heading back to the mall or even better…heading to a great consignment sale.  Visit our consignment sale page to find out great sales.

Another H&M

Yes! Yes! Yes! Denver will have yet another H&M store – opening on September 13 at Cherry Creek Shopping Center. Store Grand Openings usually mean T-shirts and gift cards, in-store specials and giveaways.

Downtown Aquarium Attraction

The Downtown Aquarium has a new aquatic themed carousel. The carousel features dolphins, seals, seahorses and other exciting animals. Just $2.00 to ride!

Blockbuster Labor Day Weekend Sale

Your neighborhood Blockbuster is kicking off their huge Labor Day sale from Tues. Aug. 28 through Mon. Sept. 3.   To help celebrate the long weekend, Blockbuster is slashing 50% off of all previously viewed movies — family favorites, action and drama films are available for as low as $4.98.

CiCi’s $5 Faves

Going on now through Oct. 14, guests can race into CiCi’s for “$5 Faves” each Monday – Thursday. During Happy Hour from 2 – 4 p.m., guests can enjoy the adult buffet, featuring CiCi’s endless selection of 28+ pizzas in rotation, pasta, soup, salad and desserts, for just $5, including a regular drink.Or, take home a large, one-topping To Go pizza for just $5 anytime Monday – Thursday- what a great way to start this school year! 

Colorado Rapids

Your Colorado Rapids take on the Seattle Timber on September 5th at 7 p.m. at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park and YOU get a deal! Buy one ticket and get a second of equal value FREE (WITH NO ADDITIONAL FEES!).

Ski Deals

Labor Day is the unofficial kick-off to ski season with two great sales on gear and lift tickets – SkiRex and Sniagrab. Our post about Ski Area Deals you can snag now includes links to Vail’s School of Shred (Vail, Keystone, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Arapahoe Basin), the 5th (and 6th) Grade Passport, the Jr. Trade in program and more! Get your deals now!

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Author: Gretchen

Gretchen loves to be outdoors! She is addicted to coupons and finding the best deals or entering sweepstakes (one day she will win something really great!)

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