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Deals: Fetch Spring Market, 9Health Fair, Easter Fun & More

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Fetch Spring Market (formerly the Denver Flea) will be returning at a new RiNo location at 2635 Blake Street. Fetch will feature 180 vendors from Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region (some new – some old), puppy (and dog adoption),  special spring cocktails, food trucks and more. There are even some great fun non- alcoholic beverages. The new trend in mixology!
 
Consignment Sales. The last of the Spring consignment sales is this coming weekend. This week, April 10-14 is the Just Between Friends of Denver sale at the National Western Complex (4655 Humboldt St, Denver). It runs Thursday 9 a.m.-7 p.m., ($4 admission) Friday 9 a.m.-7 p.m. ($2 admission); Saturday: 9 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday 9 a.m.-2 p.m. (half-price sale)
 
9Health Fair. Several years ago, my dad discovered he has high blood pressure, thanks to a 9Health Fair. Over 100 communities bring health screenings to their residents.  Volunteers organizes the free (or inexpensive) fairs in locations all across the state offering health screenings. To find one near you visit https://www.9healthfair.org/ 

Dave and Busters. Wednesday may not be the day you plan to go out – but why not especially if you can play games for ½ price at Dave and Busters. Yes, ½ price games all day every Wednesday.  

American Girl LIVE. Buy One and Get One Offer for this event on April 13 and 14! In American Girl Live, a new, original, 90-minute musical that celebrates the power of girls and strength of friendship, audiences join five spunky campers and their fearless counselor at Camp American Girl, an overnight camp in the North Woods. Overcoming fears and obstacles along the way to having the summer of their lives, these brave campers rely on wisdom and advice delivered by Rebecca, Maryellen, Julie, Nanea, Luciana, and Melody – the beloved American Girl dolls they’ve brought along to camp. https://www.altitudetickets.com/events/detail/american-girl-doll-live
 
ARC Thrift Stores. I love to find something great at a thrift store. Not only do I get something for a pretty inexpensively, but I am also being good to the environment by recycling and repurposing stuff that is already out there. When you visit any local store pick up a game piece to win daily discounts AND be entered to win a weekly drawing for $25.
 
Chuze FitnessChuze is celebrating two events featuring $0 enrollment fees, raffles and giveaways (free three -month memberships for local teachers and school faculty who attend). Plus, parents can work out guilt free when their kids play in the Kids Club! Visit the Chuze Englewood (200 W Belleview Ave) on April 13 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
 
Ben and Jerry’s Free Cone Day. Some people really like pie or cake – but me? I love ice cream (yes, I will literally scream for ice cream). Ben and Jerry’s will host the free cone day on Tuesday, April 9 from noon to 8 p.m. (expect long lines – but hey some time in line for a free scoop of yumminess? Not a bad trade off! Limit one one per customer.
 
Tax Day Deals. No matter if you owe or you don’t. You can still score some deals for Tax Day!
·         Grimaldi’s offers traditional Cheese Pizza for only $10.40
·       Great American Cookies are offering a free chocolate chip cookie on April 15 (limit one per customer).
  • Firehouse Subs is offering a buy a medium or large sub with chips and drink get a free medium sub between April 15 and 17. 
  • At Bruegger’s Bagels get 13 bagels and two cream cheeses for just $10.40
  • Noodles is offering $4 off $10 or more online or app order. (valid April 10-15; need to sign-up for Noodles Reward Program by April 9). 
  • Get a free Hydromassage at Planet Fitness between April 11 and 20. 
 Easter. In addition to the many egg hunts that are likely in your neighborhood (and great fun) and usually free. The Outlets at Castle Rock is having an Easter Bunny Breakfast on April 20. For just $5 per person you get a photo with the bunny, pancakes, Easter bunny ears, face painting, music and more! Even better – in lieu of purchasing a $5 ticket you can bring a food item as a donation (snacks, canned soups, cereal, mac& cheese, canned chili). 
 
Elitch Gardens. Parents with little ones (children three to five years of age), you have until May 19 to register your child online for the Pre-K Pass. Adult guests can purchase their 2019 Season Pass for just $69.99 which includes unlimited visits, free parking, free tickets for friends, free concerts and more. Available at ElitchGardens.com or at King Soopers.
 
Rockies. The Rockies season is almost upon us.
·         The team has announced their promotional calendar. This means not only do you get the great entertainment of a baseball game but you can get some other fun Rockies stuff.
·         Keep a heads up at the bottom of your King Soopers receipts for up to four tickets at just $20 each (when you spend $25 or more).
·         Wells Fargo customers can score two for one deal on club level tickets (up to 250 tickets per game available – some games not available). Tickets must be purchased online, paid for by at WellsFargo account and using promo code WELLSFARGO.
 
Aspen Snowmass. All the extra snow this season means extra skiing/snowboarding. Aspen Snowmass announced two bonus weekends on April 19-21 and April 26-28. There is still time to plan that awesome weekend getaway!
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