Many of us received e-readers, smart phones, and other gadgets for the holidays that allow us to download and read e-books. The Pikes Peak Library District is offering free e-book downloads that include everything from classics to best sellers. You can also download audio books and free music. We've provided a link to the instructions and free software you'll need to take advantage of this.
Did you or someone you know get a gift card that will never, ever get used? Then why don't you sell it? We've located a couple of different websites where you can sell, buy, or even trade gift cards. If you don't want to sell, there are plenty of charities that would appreciate them as a gift.
How would you like to get a group discount, even though you don't have a group? The website PikesPeakOnTheCheap.com has made a way for you to do that. It's worked out a deal with the Pikes Peak Center to save you $4 per ticket to the upcoming Disney Phineas and Ferb Live! show in February. You'll also avoid a $7 convenience fee. The website does this throughout the year, so it's a good one to put in your browser favorites.
Please remember, all offers are subject to availability and product providers may end these offers at any time.
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