2 For 1 At Whistlers’ Old Spaghetti Factory (Coupon In Pique)

2 For 1 At Whistlers’ Old Spaghetti Factory (Coupon In Pique)

Any Tuesday or Wednesday

With Coupon

*One free all inclusive meal
Hotbread, soup or salad, entree, coffee or tea, spumoni ice cream
Valid any Tuesday or Wednesday in November 2017

*WHEN A SECOND ENTREE OF EQUAL OR GREATER VALUE IS PURCHASED

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$7 Movies Tuesday All Day At Whistler Village 8 Cinemas

$7 Movies Tuesday All Day At Whistler Village 8 Cinemas

Actually, for being in Whistler, $12 adults, and $9 Child/Senior/Matinee is a pretty good deal too!

8 screens means there got to be a good flick, any time!

imaginecinemas.com, select Whistler to see whats playing

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Whistler Re-Build-It Centre

Whistler Re-Build-It Centre

***Our staff is available to do curbside pickups and deliveries on Sundays for $35***

Store Hours: 10am – 5pm Daily
Phone: (604) 932-1125

Address: 103-1400 Alpha Lake Rd, Whistler, BC V0N 1B1

What we accept:

Furniture & Mattresses
Appliances
Tools and Hardware
Windows and Solid Core Doors
Area Rugs and Large Pieces of Carpet
Lumber, Trim, Plywood (nails removed and min. 4ft length)
Light Fixtures, Lamps and Ceiling Fans
Sinks and Toilets (less than 5 years old)
Drywall (full sheets) & Insulation (full bag)
Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinets (newer than 12yrs)
Paint min. ¾ full, less than year old with label
Art and larger Décor
Please bring all items in clean, unsoiled, and in working order with all hardware. Fixtures and appliances must be newer condition and neutral colors.

Customer Wishlist

Re-Build-It customers love our “Customer Wish List”! Just whisper in our ear what you’re looking for….and one magical day you may get a call from a “Re-Build-It Centre Genie” fulfilling your wish: )
Putting an order on “The Wish List” is not a guarantee of receiving an item when it comes in. We always put donations on the floor first and make phone calls on a rainy/snowy day. Our customers that come in daily always get first chance at purchase.

Auction

How does it work? Bids may be placed in person at The Re-Build-It Centre daily between the hours 10am-5pm. Bidding closes at “high noon” the determined date listed for each item. In the case more than one bidder is present at the close of the auction we will commence into a live auction until a high bidder is determined. All winning bids must be paid for by 5:00 pm the end of last bidding day. The next highest bidder will be contacted for all items unpaid.

Boutique

Our Boutique is tucked away upstairs at The Re-Build-It Centre. Usually we stock The Boutique with paintings, pictures, antiques, and other fine furnishings. On occasion The Boutique is transformed into a “Winter Wonderland”, Original Art Auction or an event like this year’s “Repurpose Art Auction”.

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Whistler Re Use It Centre – Donated Used Goods Cheap!

Whistler Re Use It Centre – Donated Used Goods Cheap!

A great idea in the middle of what can be the most expensive place on earth, or feel like it anyways!

Whistler Community Services Society runs it, all sorts of cheap stuff, sort of like a Thrift store or small Value Village – and with skis, home items, all SORTS of stuff

Pop by Function junction, and see what they have in stock today!

Store Hours: 11am – 6pm Daily
Phone: (604) 932-1121

Address: 1003 Lynham Rd, Whistler, BC V0N 1B1

After hours clothing only donation bins located at:
Re-Use-It Centre Store – Function Junction
Glacier Park Housing – Base 2

What we accept

*All items must be clean in good condition and working order
Clothing and accessories
Footwear
Bags and purses
Bedding, curtains, towels
Kitchenware, utensils and small appliances
Skis and snowboard equipment less than 7 years old
Bikes
CD’s DVD’s, DVD players, video games and consoles
Stereos
Computer equipment
Board games
Jewelry
Art and craft supplies
Broken appliances, electronics and TVs for recycling

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Rimrock Cafe Just Had their $49 3 Courses Deal

Rimrock Cafe Just Had their $49 3 Course Deal

When it pops up again, GO THERE!

Great, place, warm, cozy, fireplace kinda feeling – with relaxed, perfect food and service

Reopens November 10th

The deal of 3 courses for $49 looks to be over as of October 21st

Look for it next time!

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Whistler Clearance Centre – $100 X-Rental Skis

Whistler Clearance Centre – $100 X-Rental Skis

Just caught my eye, a big ad in Whistler Pique magazine

2 locations, Village Square – and at Blackcomb

$100 ex rental skiis – Rossignol, Salomon, K2, Volkl – STARTING at $99.99!!!!!

Go check it out!

Meantime, if you need any accessories, same place

Helmets $19.99
Gloves $24.99
Layered tops and bottoms $9.99
Goggles $19.99

“starting at”

Go pop by Whistler Clearance Centre!

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Whistler Restaurant Deals

Whistler Off Season Fall Restaurant Special Savings:

My advice is to go to the very BEST restaurants – Araxi, BearfootBistro, Rimrock, Quattro, Sidecut – and get an AMAZING meal for $35 – $45!

Araxi
$35 Five Course Sunday-Thursday

21 Steps
$37 Three Course Dinner or $26 Three Small Plates every day of the Week.

Sidecut
$39 Three Course Wednesday- Sunday

Mongolie Grill
20% off Lunch

Sushi Village
$21 Menu and $13 off Sake Margarita Jugs

Wildwood
50% off Fall Menu

Alta Bistro
$21 Mains

Basalt
$25 Three Course Menu

Mexican Corner
$21 Three Course Menu

Quattro
$29 Three Course Menu Sunday-Thursday and $39 Three Course Menu Friday-Saturday

Can’t forget $14.44 select pasta on Quattro Thursdays!

RimRock Cafe
$49 Three Course Menu Sunday to Thursday and $59 Three Course Menu Friday to Saturday

Check Pique Newspaper for updated specials when you are in Whistler

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Cheap Whistler Lift Tickets

Going skiing at Whistler?

WOW! Did Whistler Blackcomb lift tickets hit $139????

Whistler Blackcomb Resort Lift Tickets | Most Current Pricing
Day Child (7-12) Adult (19-64)
Weekday CAD$70.00 CAD$139.00
Weekend CAD$70.00 CAD$139.00
Half Day – –
2-day pass CAD$139.00 CAD$278.00

Holy smokes!

There ARE discounts to be found tho:

Buy accommodations, bundle it with ski lift tickets

Go to 7/11 – that’s my deal go to!

Purchase lift tickets online up to midnight the night before you ski, https://www.whistlerblackcomb.com/purchase/tickets-and-passes/winter-lift-tickets and save time & money. Or add days to your existing EpicDay card and head straight to the lift! Your ticket gives you the following benefits: access to both Whistler and Blackcomb mountains including the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola, Terrain Parks and Halfpipe, along with complimentary Mountain Orientation Tours.

Edge Cards – multi day lift ticket passes – you must be a BC or Washington state resident

Edge Cards come pre-loaded with either 1, 3, 5 or 10 days of discounted skiing/riding. As logic would suggest, the more days that you buy up front, the cheaper it is per day. And once your pre-loaded day(s) are used up, you continue to benefit as the price of each subsequent day on the mountains is also discounted.

Note that the 10-Day edge passes are only available before the ski season begins.

Is It A Good Deal?
In a word… YES. And it is an especially good deal if you purchase your card before the winter season starts. By doing so you will enjoy an extra 10% to 15% savings over the regular season prices.

In fact, if you want the best deal possible you should make sure that you purchase a Whistler Edge Card for next season before this winter season ends. Not only will you guarantee yourself the best pricing, if you purchase a 5 or 10 day card you will get a free bonus day of skiing or snowboarding before Christmas of the following season.

https://www.whistlerblackcomb.com/purchase/tickets-and-passes/edge-cards/winter-17-18

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$85 tickets are sold by the Students’ Union at Capilano University in North Vancouver. I called them the other day to clarify some of the details and here they are:

Cost

As I mentioned earlier, the cost of the tickets are $85 including tax. That’s $11.26 cheaper than comparable 7-11 Whistler tickets which sell for $96.26 including tax. They do not sell any Senior/Youth or Children’s tickets. If you want these type of tickets I recommend trying our Ticket Wizard or going to a 7-11 store.

Availability

These cheap lift tickets for Whistler are available to anyone. In other words you do not have to be a student of the university. I was also told that there were no restrictions on the number of tickets that you can purchase at one time either.

Important Tip: It is a good idea to call the Students’ Union ahead of time (see phone # below) to make sure that they have the number of tickets that you require on hand when you arrive. There is a finite number of tickets available for each season so if you are trying to purchase them later in the season you may be out of luck. Again… call ahead of time to check availability.

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Where To Look For Deals in Whistler BC Canada

You want deals in Whistler on accommodations, meals and activities?

Here’s what to do:

Starting with a place to stay, the shoulder seasons are where the deals are to be had. Look for off peak deals, at times like after Easter to end of ski season, after summer to ski opening. On top of that, summer rates are routinely a half or a third of what they are during peak ski season.

Try the whistler resort association, or WRA, at http://www.whistler.com – CALL THEM and ask for current deals – in winter $250 a night is common, in summer you can find $100 a night – but the REAL deal is to find a great place for around $100! Im thinking of a townhouse with hot tub for $100 – heck of a deal!

Without even calling, you’ll find an area for deals on the right hand side of their website, check this out:

Whistler Last Minute Deals

Many hotels have unsold rooms to fill, but are unable to advertise these ultra-low rates under their brand names.
Suite Secrets offers the best last minute Whistler deals on accommodation.

How to Find a Deal with Suite Secrets

Choose your preferred location and star rating, then book your Whistler lodging
The name of your accommodation will be divulged after you reserve
Select from all types of accommodation including hotels, lodges, condos, and more
Looking futher out? Check out our summer deals and winter deals

(Go to their website for live search)

Resortsquest offers some of the nicer, feature packed, townhouse with hot tub type of accommodations – https://www.resortquestwhistler.com/specials.aspx – dates in october yielded roughly $200 for 2 nights stay – and up!

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FOOD – get to Whistler, grab The Pique, or Whistler Question, but for me The Pique always has tons of ads for off season 3 course dinners for $25 – $35 – look for the very best restaurants – Bearfoot Bistro, Rimrock

There ARE cheap eating options, year round – from delis to Subway or A+W to sushi, pizza, burritos, tacos, Peaked Pies (yummm) 7/11 – eeek! you CAN eat cheap!

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ACTIVITIES – again, check The Pique newspaper – found everywhere in Whistler – tons of ads for deals on activities, now that you are here!

Though there are an amazing variety of $100 things to do – and up – from heliskiing to ziptreking, to bungee to skiing to gondola rides, find dining, etc

FREE STUFF – concerts -From the sweet sounds of classical music to chilled out beats and local folk bands, Whistler Olympic Plaza is the place for free outdoor concerts from May through September. Bring your picnic blanket and dancing shoes, and take free transit to the weekend concerts all summer.

Hikes to lakes, train wrecks, up mountains, around lakes, etc – bring your bike!

CHEAP STUFF – Generally non motorized sport activities are less, ie. Horseback riding is cheaper than ATV etc.

Winter – snowshoe, cross country skiing, sightseeing lift pass, tree top canopy walk (with Zip Trek), tube park, evening sleigh ride on Whistler or during the day at Nicklaus North.

Summer – sightseeing lift pass, canoe or kayak in Alta Lake (self guided), biking and plenty of hiking, swimming in Lost Lake, Rainbow Park or other, Geocaching. The Blackcomb Adventure Zone has family friendly activities, such as a luge rides, horse and pony rides, trampolines, and climbing walls.

Throughout the summer, there are festivals (such as the BBQ competition at Dusty’s), concerts, Crankworks, farmer markets and street entertainment, Cornacopia in the fall. In the winter there’s Telus World Ski and Snowboard Festival, free Fire and Ice Show on the weekends that you watch from the base of Whistler. Eagle viewing on the way up to Whistler at Brakendale (mid November to early February). There’s always the museums, Meadows Park Sports Centre with a pool, ice skating rink, squash courts, indoor climbing wall at the Core and the movie theatre.

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