Deals: Mask kit, ski deals, Meet the Princess and more
posted by: Gretchen
Crayola Kids Mask Kit. While this isn’t a deal, I think it is a cool product. If your kids are heading back to school they will need a mask this year. Crayola has put together a five mask kit where your kids will get a colorful set – one day for each day of the school week.
Rockies Taco Bell Deal. Most things this summer are drastically different from other summers, including the Colorado Rockies. But one thing that is staying the same is the great deal at Taco Bell when the Rockies score 7 or more runs! The day after the Rockies score seven or more runs, between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. you can score 4 regular crunchy tacos at Taco Bell for just $2!
Noodles & Company. Enjoying the noodles you love from the comfort of your home just got easier, thanks to unlimited free delivery for new Rewards members at Noodles & Company. Beginning Thursday, August 6, if you are a new Rewards member, you will receive unlimited free delivery for 30 days, just by signing up. Order quickly and easily with the click of a button at Noodles.com/order or the Noodles Rewards app. Plus, existing Rewards members will also have the opportunity to enjoy free delivery, which they can select as a 350-point option in the Rewards store.
Sticky Fingers Cooking. Sticky Fingers Cooking (Sticky Fingers) comprehensive culinary education programs for children ages 4 through 18 years old, is now offering multiple 60-minute weekly classes through August. For more information and to sign up, click here. Sticky Fingers is also offering ongoing complimentary course spots for students who qualify.
ARC Thrift Stores Sale. Arc Thrift Stores’ annual one-day-only Children’s Clothing Sale where all children’s clothing items are just .99 cents each is on Friday, August 14th. All children’s clothes – shorts, tops, dresses, t-shirts, pants, swimsuits, and more – are only .99 cents at all 31 Arc Thrift Stores across Colorado!! (Shoes not included).
Vail Resorts is pulling all the stops to lure skiers to the slopes of their Colorado resorts: Vail, Beaver Creek, Crested Butte, Keystone and Breckenridge including Epic Coverage, EpicSchool Kids, 20% off lodging, ski school, food and beverage and much more. Epic Mountain Rewards
Colorado Ski Country 5th and 6th Grade Passport. I know summer is still in full swing – and families are still trying to figure out what the school year will look like. But, Colorado Ski Country is looking forward to another year of fun skiing (which is practically a socially distanced sport, right?). The pass is good for free skiing (and a beginner lesson!) at the Colorado Ski Country 22 member resorts. The deal is free to 5th Graders and a minimal price for 6th graders! For details and to apply visit: https://www.coloradoski.com/
Copper Mountain. Copper Mountain is one of my favorite resorts within a day’s drive of Denver. They usually have great deals on four-packs (with the 5th day free) when you purchased the pass at events. BUT, this year, you can score that deal now and online! Just $299 for five days of skiing (making that just about $60 per day)!
Meet the Princesses at Outlets of Castle Rock. On August 15 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Outlets at Castle Rock will be hosting its popular annual “Princess Meet & Greet” with five special princesses – the Snow Queen, the Snow Princess, the Polynesian Princess, Sleeping Beauty and the Little Mermaid. Pictures are complimentary; attendees just need to bring their own camera. Registration is $10 per five-minute time slot, and attendees will receive the registration fees back in the form of an Outlets at Castle Rock gift card upon check-in at the event. For more details, please visit https://www.
Aspen Grove Concerts on Thursday Nights. Aspen Grove hosts live music outside in the street between Panera Bread and Ted’s Montana Grill on Thursday nights from 6-8 p.m. through August. Remember to maintain space so we can all enjoy! Bands scheduled: 8/13 Tuff Tones; 8/20 Odessa Rose; and 8/27 Royal Street Ramblers.