Friday, June 16, 2017

TIME SENSITIVE INFORMATION: SPARTAN RACE FATHER'S DAY DEAL!



SPARTAN RACE has a special offer just in time for Father's Day and it's pretty sweet.

It's a limited time offer, so I am interrupting the usual Florida nature boy posts. Don't worry, soon come ... I'm volunteering on a dolphin research project this summer so, yeah, I've got critter news to share, but first...

REEBOK SPARTAN RACE is offering the following Father's Day deal:


1. This is a limited time offer. It ends at 11:59 pm on June 18, 2017.


2. The official fine print stuff: Free e-book download and $69 Sprint afternoon race offer valid with an adult registration during promotional period only. Must use SPARTANDAD code during checkout. Code cannot be combined with other codes, including GovX. Offer not valid with Spartan Passes, Volunteer, or Groupon entries. New, afternoon time block registrations only, cannot be retroactively applied. US events only. Offer ends 06/18/17 11:59PM ET. E-book download instructions will be supplied by 6/22/17.

3. The free e-book download refers to 2 books by Joe De Sena, the founder of Spartan Race. I own one of these books, "Spartan Fit", and it is a good read ... Joe is intense. Those 2 e-books on Amazon total about $22.00 currently and you get them free when you sign up for a race using this deal code:
SPARTANDAD.

4. With this code, the cost of a race (afternoon waves) is $69.00. Spartan races are not cheap, but that special price is!  Right now, the afternoon price for the December Spartan Sprint in Mims, Florida is $99 and that will just rise as December nears. This deal, without any of the extras, is saving you $30 already.

5. Signing up with this code also gets you a discount on official Spartan Race Gear... up to 50% on some items. 

Like an 8 foot vertical wall on a Spartan Race, you have to jump if you want it ... this deal expires in just a few days.

To make this easier, I've posted a banner ad off to the right of this post. That will take you directly to the deal.

AROO, y'all.



1 comment:

kevin said...

Bro, you're my hero. I wish they had these things when I could run, they look like a lot of fun.