The original 12 Days of Christmas includes a lot of birds, ladies dancing and pipers piping. While it is a catchy tune, deciding 12 ways to use your RMLEFCU Holiday Loan requires a modern view of consumer spending habits. If you plan, your Holiday Loan can last you all year long with timely purchases on the following schedule:
January: Cold Weather Coat – Head to the Columbia outlet in Castle Rock or online. Score an Omni-Heat cost for $199
February: Go out for a good meal with your sweetheart – One appetizer, two entrees, a bottle of wine and a dessert will likely set you back $150. For restaurants in Denver with ambiance we like this list.
March: Experience the Napa Valley of Beer (hint: You already live here) on a beer tour. A single ticket = $40/pp while a private tour = $79/pp. Many companies provide tours, but here’s one that Visit Denver recommends.
April: Tennis Shoes – Websites we like for the best deals and free shipping are 6pm.com, Zappos. Cost: $100
May: Don’t forget to send flowers to Mom on Mother’s Day. Our pick for customer service and quality: is 1-800 Flowers.com. Deeper discount is you use a coupon code. Your mom would approve. Cost: $65
June: Attend a concert at Red Rocks. To save more money, wait until the last minute and look on Craigslist or buy one in the parking lot. Cost: $150 for 2 tickets and dinner in nearby Morrison at the Morrison Inn.
July: Head up to Cheyenne Frontier Days. For $99 get a 4 pack that includes 4 rodeo tickets, 4 hamburgers or hotdogs, 4 fries, 4 soft drinks, a poster, park n ride pass, and a 20% merchandise voucher. Purchase here. Read More