Deals: Old Navy, Chick-Fil-A, Spring Break & More
posted by: Gretchen
Spring Break in Denver. Our guide is here…and it’s bigger and better than ever with 100+ activities for Spring Break divided by geographic area. From hiking to attractions to socially-distanced indoor fun, new exhibits and so much more!
Consignment Sales. Seasonal consignment sales are back! Just in time for spring, you can get some awesome deals. Check out our full list and then mark your calendars! This week: Just Between Friends of Broomfield/Brighton.
Free Days. Free days are back at some of the best museums in town. Check our list and mark your calendar.
McDonald’s Chicken Sandwich. McDonald’s is introducing their chicken sandwiches! The Chrispy Chicken Sandwich is a southern-fried crispy chicken topped served with a pickle. It comes in spicy as well. When you sed DoorDash and use the code CRISPY with an order of $15 or more. You can get yours free! Maybe you can try it with the Shamrock Shake.
Chick Fil A. Chick Fil A has an awards program. They just added another tier. The top tier you can earn 13 points per every dollar you spend (other tiers have lower accumulation levels), have access to unique experiences and have one-of-a-kind voting opportunities.
Old Navy. The Old Navy winter clearances are in their last days – that means you can get some AWESOME deals including Baby & Toddler clothes for as little as $2.97! (Also, if you are like me and you know several young people having babies soon…this is a great buy for gifts).
Red Rocks Summer Concert Schedule. We’re thrilled to announce Red Rocks’ summer concerts are back and the current 2021 schedule spans from April 16 through October 12 with some awesome bands including Goo Goo Dolls with Lifehouse, Journey, An Evening with Chicago and Their Greatest Hits, Barenaked Ladies with Gin Blossoms and Toad the Wet Sprocket.
Free Irish Dance Class. Let your kids get their Irish on at the free classes at the Wick School of Irish Dance on Saturday, March 13. They do have to sign-up but it is free. Classes are at 9:30 or 10:30 a.m. and a limited number of participants.
Free WiFi. Comcast equipped more than 20 different locations in the Denver Metro Area with free WiFi-connected “Lift Zones.” Working with its network of nonprofit partners, Comcast is providing robust WiFi coverage at safe spaces like parks and recreation centers, Boys & Girls Clubs, Girls Inc. and other non-profit and community centers that are expected to help thousands of low-income students get online, participate in distance learning and do their homework in a socially distanced manner. These Lift Zone sites have been strategically installed in communities throughout the Front Range, as well as statewide. Learn more.