Minturn traffic tokens continue to offer deals from local businesses
Though summer is winding down, locals will still be able to take advantage of Minturn’s summer Traffic Tokens incentive. Guests can collect the coins at participating businesses and redeem them for food, drinks and discounts at businesses around town.
Tokens can be collected at town hall, 302 Pine St., as well as at participating restaurants, Minturn retailers, and at Minturn special events such as the Saturday Market — weekly through Sept. 7 — and the Thursday-night Summer Concert Series. Tokens can then be spent around town at local restaurants, as well as at local businesses.
For the fall, town businesses have updated their offerings. Here’s a new list of deals and full list of active offers to take advantage of.
Anahata Yoga and Wellness
$49 one week of unlimited yoga option for brand new clients
Happy hour pricing for margaritas and beers for the evening
20% off photography session or tintype photograph
Vail Mountain Coffee & Tea
Two-for-one beverages when guests present the tokens.
The restaurant is offering a range of rewards including $3 beers, $5 wine and sake, as well as a free order of spring rolls or pork dumplings with checks totaling $50 or more.
With an order of a large specialty pizza, token-holders will get a free appetizer.
The wine and cider maker will have a buy three, get one free offer on its products.
Located inside Anahata, the physical therapy studio is offering two sessions for $120. The sessions include a physical therapy evaluation and a follow-up visit that focuses on manual therapy, dry needling and/or neuromuscular training.
The barbecue bar will give anyone with a token a locals discount on anything across the menu.
BC Backcountry Wings
Minturn’s wing joint will honor its happy hour prices for a 10-piece one-flavor bone-in wing basket and a draft beer any time when presented with a Traffic Token.
D.C. mom Alison Reynolds trains in Vail for her 9-day cross-country ski trek across Norway to help fund research on rare disease
Her 17-year-old daughter Tia has lived with PKU her whole life, and has been unable to eat foods many of us enjoy.