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Deals: Mulay’s Sausage, Shiki Dreams Pop-up Art & More

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I thought TicTok was a kid’s thing. But I recently discovered how completely wrong I was to think that. It is a complete nonsense fun and great way to connect with your teenagers. Parents trying to do the complicated dance moves – elicits lots of laughter in our house! Have you tried it yet?   

Shiki Dreams Pop-up Art. Continuing the world of Natura Obscura, Shiki Dreams is an intimate exploration of the heart, mind and home of our yeti, Shiki. Spanning 1,400 square feet, you will embark on a magical adventure that will enchant and delight your eyes, ears, mind, and heart! Bring your family and get captivated by Shiki Dreams! You can read more about the experience here.
They are currently accepting small groups of 6 per time slot in addition to other safety measures. Deal: For the month of September, visit Shiki Dreams for only $10 per visit. Code: Sunday10.

Consignment Sales. Once again, MileHighMamas is proud to bring you a comprehensive list of consignment sales for great kid’s clothes finds! Check out our list here. Fall sales will kick up again on September 17-20 with Just Between Friends of Douglas County. 

Walmart+ Membership. Walmart is now offering a membership program much like Amazon Prime, Walmart Plus. Customers can get the benefit of free shipping, fuel discounts, and mobile scan and go (instore). The program promises more benefits to come.  The membership is $98 per year or $12.95 per month. You can try it for 15 days for free.

Mulay’s Sausage. I love it when items are made right here in Colorado! I sort of get a little giggle about pointing out the address on products showing that it was made here. Mulay’s sausage started in Crested Butte (one of my favorite spots). Plus, now is the time to think about maybe having your own Oktoberfest (since COVID canceled most of the celebrations) and MHM readers get a discount of 10% off when you use the code MHM10 when you check out.

 Outlets at Castle Rock. The Outlets of Castle Rock annually host a Shop A Thon that benefits area charities. The event will still go on this year, albeit a bit differently- there will be time slots each day to check in which will eliminate the lines. The event is scheduled for October 3 and 4. The $20 tickets (100% proceeds benefitting the charities) are on sale now through Eventbrite. While you are there shop some of the great new outlet stores – the one I’m most excited about? Lululemon!

First Bank Fiesta. First Bank is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. Mention First Bank Fiesta when you visit specific Hispanic-owned businesses each Friday through September. Here is a handy list of participating restaurants:

Crush Walls. On September 14-20, RiNo will celebrate Crush Walls. The annual free festival that celebrates graffiti. The permanent outdoor gallery gets a fresh coat of paint every year! This year is not one to miss – with all the things 2020 has brought. There is also a Kid Crush where there will be demonstrations and panel discussions.

 Uncorked Kitchen. Uncorked Kitchen has a way to get kids excited about cooking!  The series includes live virtual cooking class one day a week, chef prepared meal kit (serves 3-4ppl) with all ingredients to create a delicious 3-course meal for the family, recipe cards and a branded apron. Your junior chef will learn from the chef’s demos during class. They will cook along with the chef – via zoom (or they can access the full recording of the class to cook with when it fits your schedule). Pick up your meal kit the day before. MileHighMamas readers get a 10% discount when you use the code: UKONLINEMHM.

Target Car Seat Trade-in.  Target has the answer if your child has outgrown their car seat. Get 20% off select baby items when you take the old seat to the Target Car Seat Trade in through  September 26.

Seeing Starbucks StarsStarbucks Stars [loyalty] program just got a beneficial change. Now, instead of having to use a registered gift card (or reloading a card) to earn points, you can earn points with a registered [debit] card or even cash. Bring on the Pumpkin Spice Lattes!

Ski Deals

Vail Resorts. The 2020-21 ski season will look different with COVID-19 but, 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. Check-out all their great Epic Mountain Rewards including 20% off food and beverage, lodging, ski school, rentals, mountain activities and more. And, of course, Epic SchoolKids is a free program for kindergarten through fifth graders that provides four days of skiing and riding at each of their resorts.  

 Colorado Ski Country 5th and 6th Grade Passport 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:

 Copper MountainCopper 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)!

 Christy Sports Powder Daze. One of the big sales of great ski deals is normally only in person at Christy Sports. This year, you can find many of those deals online!

 Colorado Gems Card. Colorado Ski Industry’s best deal of the year is the Gems card. For just $35 you can get buy one get one free lift tickets (or 30% off single ticket) at every one of the 11 member resorts. On sale now through October 8. 

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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