Boulder County Cheap Books, Music, and Electronics
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The Centennial State has more than a century's worth of family-friendly activities, but thanks to today's deal from Playdate Publishing you don't have to spend 100 years narrowing down which options your kids would love. Pay $11 for Playdate with Denver & Colorado's Front Range, by Kyrie Collins (regularly $22). This 288-page full-color guide is packed with information on nearly 200 local family adventures. Explore in-depth reviews of museums, live events, educational opportunities, sports fun, nature exploration, and more. Collins does all the research for you: providing critical information like hours, ticketing, food options, and parking; bright photography to give you a preview of the activity; listings of other nearby activities; and options for bad weather. Pick up this guide in Boulder, Denver, or Colorado Springs and find your solution to the next standard Saturday in no time.
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Six-Month Subscription to Online Reading Program...
Life for your elementary-schooler has gotten a little looney lately -- what with trying to learn the sounds of every letter, he barely has time to eat his carrots. Give your son or daughter today's deal from ClickN Kids and let beloved characters engage your kids in a fun and educational way. For $20, get a six-month subscription to Looney Tunes ClickN Read Phonics (regularly $50). This online program is easily accessible from anywhere in the world, and will teach kids from pre-k to third grade to read and spell with an easy-to-use, research-based curriculum featuring Bugs, Tweety, and the rest of the gang. The self-guided interactive program simulates a real classroom, meets school requirements, and can help everyone from beginning readers to those with learning disabilities. You'll appreciate the included progress reports and your kids will love learning, soon telling their reading woes, "That's all, folks!"
Premium Headphones + Free Shipping
Let's talk sense(s): You invest in flat-screens and prescription lenses to better see the world around you, but your ears shouldn't skip a beat either. Auscultate like a boss with today's bumpin' deal from Incase: Pay $32 and score a pair of featherweight Pivot headphones (a $65 value), pay $42 for a pair of sleek canvas-covered Reflex headphones (an $85 value), or pay $72 for a pair of high-performance Sonic headphones (a $155 value). You'll receive free shipping no matter your purchase. Each option comes with a built-in microphone with a remote to control audio playback, giving you the capability to take calls on your iPhone or link up to your iPod, iPad, or MacBook. Crystal-clear sound and savings of up to 54%? That's music to our ears.
$50 to Spend on Home Décor and Gifts...
Add color and character to your home with unique accents from Erie Drive, a Boston-based online boutique that prides itself on curating a cool mix of trendy and one-of-a-kind pieces:
• $25 for $50 to spend on home décor and accessories
• Decorate with travel-inspired items, fresh artwork, quirky kitchen tools, and more
• Find toys, lunch boxes, vibrant tote bags, and gifts for every taste
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iPhone 5 Sports Reflective Armband
Stay safe and connected on your morning walk or evening run with this durable, sleek must-have, designed to protect your iPhone 5 from bumps and scratches:
• $8 ($34 value) for a unisex neoprene iPhone 5 sports reflective armband
• Machine-washable with Velcro closure; choose black, white, or pink
• Protective clear screen and opening for your headphone jack; stow a key in the pocket
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4 Extendable Hot Dog/Marshmallow Forks...
Roast weenies or toast marshmallows for s'mores with the original Hot Diggity, a unique extendable fork that's fit for cooking your summertime faves over a flame:
• $20 ($40 value) for four Hot Diggity extendable hot dog forks
• Reverse forks are designed to prevent food from falling off
• Compact utensils have an easy-grip handle; extends from 6.5" to 31"