Shopping in Pueblo

Half Off Flowers and Plants at Bella Studios Florist

Colorado Springs

$30 $15

Bouquets, plants, and balloon arrangements for any occasion, delivered throughout the Colorado Springs area

Up to 46% Off Cloth Diaper Accessories and Products

Erindale Square

$20 $12

Cloth diaper products, service, and accessories that includes pick-up, laundering, and delivery

50% Off Lingerie and Intimacy Products

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Adults peruse a variety of intimate products ranging from sultry lingerie and costumes to vibrators and romance kits

50% Off Bikes and Accessories

Ivywild

$200 $100

Bike shop vends bicycles for toddlers, youth, and adults, including BMX, mountain, and road bikes and accessories

83% Off Three Bracelets at Ally+Zoe

Downtown Colorado Springs

$149 $24.99

Show off your knowledge of the stacking-bracelets trend by adorning your wrist with a set of three fashionable bracelets

50% Off Sports Gear or Ski or Snowboard Wax

Colorado Springs

$30 $15

New sports gear stocks shelves along with gently used equipment including exercise bikes; waxing keeps skis and snowboards in top condition

50% Off Thrift-Store Goods at Treasures on Park Street

Castle Rock

$30 $15

Thrift store with a vast selection; all proceeds go to the Douglas/Elbert Task Force, which feeds and clothes people in financial distress

50% Off Crafting Supplies

Centennial

$30 $15

Headbands, hair ties, and hair accessory crafting supplies such as buttons, embellishments, fold-over elastics, skinny elastics, and more

46% Off Nailcare

Inverness

$35 $19

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 51% Off Men's and Women's Jewelry

Littleton

$50 $25

This SoHo-inspired jewelry store features men's and women's jewelry from around the world

Half Off TV Wall Mounts or Electronics

Englewood

$60 $29.99

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Endow a flat-screen TV with the ability to tilt or swivel, or browse a wide variety of discounted cables, chargers, and other accessories

50% Off Women's Clothing

Englewood

$30 $15

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Select Local Merchants

Independent Records & Video stocks a superb selection of new and used CDs and LPs, DVDs, and games. Invite the eccentric musical stylings of Erykah Badu's New Amerykah Part Two ($9.95) into your eardrums, pick up Jimi Hendrix's recently released posthumous studio album, Valleys Of Neptune ($6.97 used), or pan for gold in stacks of classic and contemporary blues, jazz, electronic, and pop music. To rest eyes weary from searching old copies of National Geographic for photos of giant pinecones, take a look at Independent's stock of movies, which are available on DVD and Blu-ray and span every genre and time period. Classic comedies such as Caddyshack ($9.99) line shelves alongside newer releases that dive deep into unexplored depths of Earth and man (Oceans costs $28.99, season seven of Curb Your Enthusiasm costs $32.99.) Though stock varies in each store, Independent is committed to customer satisfaction and will place a special order at no extra charge.

420 W 4th St
Pueblo,
CO
US

Since its founding by owner Bill Clark in 1962, Drive-In Autosound has expanded from an OEM radio-repair center to an automotive-enhancement hub with five locations. The audio department still doles out sonic toys such as stereos and speakers, as well as high-tech modifications including auxiliary ports, MP3-compatible sound systems, and plug-in a capella singers. The MECP-certified installers also equip cars with remote starters and GPS systems from more than 50 brands—including Kenwood and Pioneer—and factory-trained technicians augment rides with window tints and stylish wheels.

1404 W US Highway 50
Pueblo,
CO
US

Balanced on the apex of Monarch Pass, the Monarch Crest Scenic Tramway sweeps sightseers up to loftier heights along the crest of the Continental Divide. A string of six spherical gondolas serenely ascends to and docks at 12,012 feet above sea level, approximately 8 feet below sky level. A sweeping outdoor viewing area has views of the Rockies from Pikes Peak to Uncompahgre Peak of the San Juan Mountains, each fervently campaigning for presidential engravings. Focus eyeballs on vistas more than 100 miles away aided by stationary binoculars scattered throughout the observatory, or exercise unaided eyes on the sweeping pine forests of Monarch Crest.

24500 W Highway 50
Salida,
CO
US

This business opened on April 1, 2005 as a premium retail yarn, fiber and gift boutique serving the discriminating buyers & fiber artists of central Colorado. It also carries fine personal gifts such as bath products, jewelry, home decor & greeting cards. Large ranges of classes are scheduled.

321 West Main Street
Buena Vista,
CO
US

Like the Benedictine Fathers to whom his winery pays homage, Matt Cookson upholds tenets of concentration and discipline as he makes his lauded varietals. He’s been following these principles throughout his extensive winemaking career, which began in New York state and the Napa Valley. In 2002, he relocated to Cañon City and co-founded The Winery at Holy Cross Abbey. Since then, his wines have racked up more than 100 awards at various international competitions. The vino ranges from a dense 2010 merlot reserve to a light and fruity apple-blossom wine made with juices from five apple varieties.

Matt and his team dole out sample flights beneath the sweeping arches of the winery’s tasting room, a 1911 cottage that also stocks travel books and pottery imported from countries such as Spain and Tunisia. Outside, picnic tables at a tree-shaded park accommodate scenic meals surrounded by the Rocky Mountains and Wet Mountains. Every autumn, Matt shares more of his handiwork during the winery’s annual Harvest Fest, where guests can taste wines, sample local produce and cheeses, get their faces painted, or showcase their air-sax abilities as live jazz and blues music plays.

3011 E US Highway 50
Canon City,
CO
US

At Studio A Collective of Stylists, a team of hair experts hand-picked by owner Andrea Tucker stays abreast of the latest trends and advises clients with up-to-the-minute style advice gleaned through regular trainings. Wielding products from Screen, Phyto, and Sebastian, the stylists tend locks with cuts, deep-conditioning treatments, and coloring services that include semipermanent dyes and glosses––treatments that lack the permanent hold of traditional dyes or bubblegum colorings. Stylists also color-coordinate nails to outfits with durable Shellac manicures and pedicures, and protect skin from unwanted hair with a slew of facial-waxing services. Styling tips for time between appointments foster long-lasting chic and protection from bedhead epidemics, as do complimentary maintenance trims in the salon, where walls brim with the creative wares of a rotating featured artist.:m.]]

402 North Tejon Street
Colorado Springs,
CO
US