It’s time for deals and big (air) fun at the ski and snowboard show in Colorado!

The  Colorado Ski and Snowboard Expo couldn’t come at a better time: Snow has been falling all over the state and more ski areas are starting to open (Keystone joins the party on Friday).

The 20th annual expo at the Colorado Convention Center runs Friday through Sunday (Nov. 4-6) and will offer the usual dizzying array of deals on skis, boards, clothing and accessories as well as a variety of special appearances and fun things to do and watch. You can check out the Gibbon Slacklines Demo Area, Winter Park KidSlope Learning Area, Liftopia Flying Aces Mountain Bike & Aerial Demo presented by Monarch Mountain, MBS Mountainboard Big Air Show, and Keystone Kidtopia Play Park.

But here’s a new element to the event that REALLY has us excited: The Rocky Mountain Brew FestDetails. Want to save $2 on admission? Use the code “FBNOV” when you buy tickets online.

Don’t live in Colorado? No worries. East Coasters can check out the Boston Ski and Snowboard Expo (Nov. 10-13):  Organizers of the event at the Seaport World Trade Center, in addition to the usual fun, are promising that “East Coast Alpine & Eastern Boarder will be rolling out the biggest ski & snowboard sale of all time.”

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