Sunlight explains promos
Editor’s Note: Because of confusion about where Sunlight Mountain Resort promotional offers can be purchased, the Glenwood Post Independent has more specific information about where the deals are available.Staff ReportSunlight Mountain Resort is offering discount lift ticket deals in January. Customers who buy $50 worth of groceries in any Albertsons store in Colorado will see a voucher on the bottom of their grocery receipt for a buy-one, get-one-free lift ticket.Stop n Save customers will also benefit. Fill up (at least eight gallons) at Stop n Save stores in Grand Junction, Gypsum and New Castle, and receive a buy-one, get-one-free voucher.Buy-one, get-one-free vouchers are also available by shopping at any one of six King Soopers and City Market stores: City Market, 200 Rood St., Grand Junction; City Market at Coronado Plaza in Clifton (east of Grand Junction); King Soopers on South Quebec Street in Highlands Ranch; King Soopers on Quail Street in Lakewood; King Soopers, 8200 South Holly in Littleton and King Soopers, 3570 Hartsel Drive in Colorado Springs. The voucher is on the back of the customer receipt and there is no minimum purchase.Customers must bring all vouchers and coupons to the Sunlight Mountain Resort ticket widow and must use them on the same day. All King Soopers, City Market, Safeway and Albertsons stores in Denver and Grand Junction are selling Sunlight lift tickets at discounted prices for the entire season.For more information, go towww.sunlightmtn.com or call 945-7491.For more information, go towww.sunlightmtn.com or call 945-7491.
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