24 Oct 2017
Deals: Wicked Wednesday, prAna discount extended and more!
posted by: Gretchen
I still don’t know what I will be for Halloween this year – or that I will dress up at all. But I will say that my neighborhood is on the ball. There has been a Facebook post with my neighbors about which houses will also give a “treat” to the parents when they are taking the kids out. They have spaced it about every 5th house. But one of the houses said they would give away treat bags for parents. I am excited to contribute Shakeology packets to my neighbors to try. It is the one instance where being healthy tastes good!
Outlets at Castle Rock Halloween Party. A few days before All Hallows’ Eve, Outlets at Castle Rock is inviting families to take their Halloween costumes out for a test run at the Wicked Wednesday (Oct 25) Halloween Party! This kid-friendly evening will include face painting, a holiday magic show by Keir Royale, a costume contest, all-center trick-or-treating and more. The Costume Contest will begin at 5:30PM and participation is open to ages 12 and under. Costumes will be judged in three categories – funniest, scariest and most creative – and winners will receive a special prize from the center. Trick-or-Treating will take place throughout the property from 4:30 -6:30PM and spooky signage will direct candy-hunters into participating stores.
prAna Deal Extended! prAna isn’t just for yoga — you can do lots of things in lots of places in your prAna. Here’s an incentive to shop the prAna site for yourself — a 15% discount. Take a look at the versatile and fashionable options for men and women as well as accessories and other items on the site. After you’ve made your choices, enter this code at checkout to get 15% off: MHMLH15. Good through November 22.
REI. REI is moving to Greenwood Village (9000 Peakview) and are throwing their own “housewarming” on October 27-29. The first 200 people (18+) through the door each day receive a limited-edition CamelBak water bottle with a $10, $50 or $100 REI promotional card* (Restrictions apply).
Good Times. For a limited time, the new kids meals are just $3 at Good Times Burgers & Custard. Choose between All-natural burger, cheeseburger, chicken tenders, mac and cheese mini corn dogs or grilled cheese. Also get a side and a drink plus a coin for a free custard dessert. (Normally $3.49)
Quiznos Gyro. Greece is on my must-see list. Or maybe I think of myself as a Greek Goddess sometimes (just ask my kids). Quiznos will make my toga look good before Halloween! Quiznos introduces three new gyro options: Gyro Flatbread, Gyro Sub Sandwich, Greek Salad. Try one for FREE with purchase on October 25.
McDonalds McCafe. Enjoy one of McDonalds McCafe drinks (small) for just $2. The deal runs through December 31 – so make sure you get all those warm McDrinks before then.
Wendy’s Frosty Treats. Forget the tricks and embrace the treats. Halloween Coupon books come with five Jr. Frosty Coupons for just $1. Proceeds go to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption to help children in foster care find their forever homes. Tastes good doing good!
Broncos Fans. When the Broncos play you can get a couple deals: a free Conoco coffee from 6 a.m to 10 a.m. the day following a game, score a Big Mac or a Sausage McMuffin with egg for just a $1 with the app or if the Broncos score 2 or more touchdowns get an Arby’s classic for just $1. Go Broncos!
P.F. Chang’s Free Sushi. Yes, you can get free spicy tuna or California roll Sushi on Thursday, October 26 at P.F. Chang’s. One per person. Dine in only. http://freesushiday.com/
Bass Pro Shops. Enjoy your Halloween party inside the giant Bass Pro shop with loads of fun kids activities all weekend long. October 27-31. Get a free 4×6 photo with the Peanuts gang, crafts, trick or treating, pumpkin toss and a costume parade through the store!
Ski Deals. Some ski areas are already open and more coming open in the coming weeks. Don’t forget to get deals and passes now before the season starts. Here are a few deals we found.
· Colorado Ski Country’s Passport is back. Calling all 5th or 6th graders – get your free pass with the Colorado Ski Country’s Passport. The pass includes most of the state’s ski areas (at 21 awesome Resorts). 5th graders get to try three times at each resort, 6th graders pass has a very minimal fee (of just $105) but you get 4 times at each of the resorts. The pass also includes a beginner level lesson and equipment on the date of that lesson.
· Junior Trade lets you score a deal on rental gear for kids. Purchase a used setup (both ski and snowboard setups available) at Colorado Ski and Golf (Ski and Sport OR Boulder Ski Deals) locations for around $100 use it all season long. Feel free to trade it back in if the kids grow out of it mid-season. Then, bring it back in the spring for 50% money back.
· Ski and Snowboard Expo. The single best place for the best bargains on skis, snowboards, boots, outerwear, clothing, lift tickets, lodging, and lesson packages is at the annual Colorado Ski and Snowboard Expo. The 26th annual shopping and family fun bonanza is Nov. 10-12, 2017 in Hall C of the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver. Admission is $15 for adults or $12 with a discount coupon available in The Denver Post or at any Colorado Ski & Golf store and online at www.skisnowexpo.com. Kids 12 and under are free. Paid admission includes a one-year subscription to SKI Magazine and a $10 gift card from GetSkiTickets.com.
· Keystone Kids Ski Free. Every day, all season long, kids 12 and younger ski for free at Keystone with no blackout dates when you book for two or more nights in one of Keystone’s numerous lodging accommodation options, which span from affordable hotel rooms to family-sized condominiums.·
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