Love Qdoba Mexican Eats? Well, you’re lucky you live in the Mile High City. The Mexican fast-casual restaurant is offering Denver a tasty deal. Through Monday, March 27, they’re offering a buy-one-get-one FREE entrée (of equal or lesser value.) The offer is available via this coupon on Twitter. No need to print — just show it on your smartphone. The fine print states that the discount is only valid at “participating Denver restaurants only.” As a result, I’m unsure, if the coupon will be accepted at locations outside of Denver. As always, call ahead or ask before ordering, to avoid an awkward moment at the register. (I’m constantly asking to speak with a manager all over town. I just hate being stuck with a higher-than-expected tab, so I always, always, always clarify first.)
Free This Week
It’s back, but for a limited time! If you’re running errands in the afternoon and the kids are hungry, stop by Wendy’s for its latest promo. Every day, after 4 p.m., kids meals are just $1.99 each (reg. up to $3.69.) Choose from a Kids’ Cheeseburger, 4-Piece Chicken Nuggets or Grilled Chicken Go Wrap. Then, pick a side: fries or apple slices. Finally, kids can top off their meal with milk, bottled water, a Jr. Frosty or soft drink.
With so many choices, even picky eaters can find something they’ll enjoy. Or, better yet, parents can make healthier selections. The offer is available at participating locations, so check first before ordering. For other kids dining deals check our Kids Eat Free page.
If you’re “in the market” for a little mealtime savings, check out this deal from Boston Market. The fast-casual restaurant is offering a printable coupon good for a FREE Individual Meal with the purchase of one (of equal or greater value) and a drink. Choose from BBQ ribs, rotisserie chicken, turkey breast or meatloaf with two regular sides and cornbread. (I like Boston Market, but it’s a little on the expensive side in my book. Truth be told, I only dine there with a coupon or special offer.) One coupon per customer, per visit. Plus, the coupon cannot be combined with any other special or reduced-price offer. The coupon expires Sunday, March 26.
Groupon always saves you money, usually at least half off, which makes any offer, service or product you get from them offers much more affordable. Now, for two days day only, Saturday & Sunday, March 25 & 26 get an extra 25% to 33% off any Groupon Local Deals. Here’s how it works: Get $5 off a minimum $20 purchase, $10 off $40, $15 off $60 and $30 off $100. You need to use the promo code OFF at checkout. You can use the code a maximum of three times. Use it on show tickets, concerts, dining out, spa treatments, things to do and more. The more you spend, the deeper the discount. The only exclusions are a handful of local deals and consumer electronics. To get the deal, use this link to take you to all the Groupons in the Denver-Boulder area.
Through Sunday, April 2, Starbucks is offering a combo deal to get your day started. For $5, get a Grande hot brewed coffee and a Bacon Gouda or Sausage, Cheddar & Egg breakfast sandwich at participating locations. (There are no substitutions and Clover-brewed coffees are excluded.) You must purchase both items in a single transaction to get the savings. Even better, the breakfast sandwiches are available all day, so you can take advantage of the offer morning, noon or night — while supplies last. For reference, each sandwich is regularly about $4. (I always like to know regular prices, so I can determine whether or not I’m really getting a deal. I hope you do, too.)
Connecting with the natural world is easy in Colorado. All you have to do is head east to the plains or west into the mountains. FREE programs take place in a variety of Jefferson County Open Space parks including Lookout Mountain Nature Center (LMNC) and the Hiwan Homestead Museum, throughout the year. The Center offers a variety of nature programs with topics that explore the diversity and richness of the foothills. Discover wildlife, plants, geology, astronomy and more. [Read More…]
Stop the presses! Check out our weekly column “Cheap Checklist” in today’s The Denver Post in the Life & Culture section. You can also read it online. (If there is no link, go to the Denver Post and type “Cheap Checklist” in the search box to find our latest column.) Every Saturday, we compile the best freebies, discounts and deals in town for the upcoming week. The column now includes store sales — all the more reason for smart shoppers to make it a must-read. If you have any suggestions or tips for inclusion, send them to email@example.com 10 to 14 days in advance. We’re already working on the copy for our next deadline!
It’s not often P.F. Chang’s China Bistro offers a big discount or coupon, so that makes this deal even tastier. The Asian restaurant just introduced three new Entrée Salads to its menu — Mandarin Crunch, Asian Caesar and Vietnamese Noodle. From Monday, March 27 to Wednesday, March 29, get a FREE salad with any entrée purchase. The offer requires this coupon, which you can print or show on your phone. (There is an additional charge for protein.) Dine-in only and limit one coupon per check. There are 7 locations in Colorado — Aurora, Broomfield, Colorado Springs, Denver, Lakewood, Lone Tree and Loveland.
Bored on a budget? You’ve come to the right place! Mile High On The Cheap is the answer for Coloradans wanting to live large for less. And our community has it all “on the cheap” — entertainment, concerts, festivals, movies, workshops, tours, sporting events and more. Let us do the work for you! Keep up with the latest deals, discounts and FREE events in the Denver/Boulder area by signing up for our daily e-newsletter. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter. (If you know of any upcoming weekend events, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.) Be sure to check out our constantly-updated list of upcoming Mile High events, which you can view by day or by month. Here are our top picks for FREE and cheap things to do this weekend. [Read More…]
We’ve never seen such a great deal on Noosa Yoghurt! Sprouts Farmers Market is holding a 72-Hour Sale from Friday, March, 24 to Sunday, March 26. The sale includes the following items: jumbo cantaloupe for 98¢, sweet blackberries for 98¢ (5.6-oz.), raw almonds for $3.99 (per pound), all-natural choice 80/20 ground beef for $2.49(per pound), extra-jumbo raw peeled and deveined shrimp for $6.99 (per pound), Turkish apricots for $2.99 (per pound), Aura Cacia essential oils are 50% off (.25- to .5-oz.), mild white cheddar cheese for $2.99 (per pound), Noosa Yoghurt is buy-one-get-one FREE for 99¢ (8-oz.), Sprouts coconut water for 99¢ (11.8- to 17.5-oz.) and Sprouts kettle chips for 99¢ (5-oz.) There are 29 locations in Colorado.
Plus, they’re offering tender asparagus for 98¢ (per pound), organic baby peeled carrots for 98¢ (1-lb. bag) and on-the-vine cluster tomatoes for 98¢ (per pound.) These sale prices are valid through Wednesday, March 29.