Owner of Bizarre Entertainment

Owner of Bizarre Entertainment

Bizarro Days are coming to Golden

It will be a week to remember at Bizarre Entertainment during Bizarro Days.

Between April 28 to May 5, Bizarre Entertainment is having a week worth of celebrations called, Bizarro Days, that is aimed at the customers of the store.

“I wanted to reward my customers and the area with a fun set of events and a great sale.  It really started with international free comic book day which is held at all comic shops on the first Saturday in May.  I thought it would be great to add more days and to combine the events with other stuff we could do at the store.  I thought Bizarro World and Bizarro Superman were crazy characters when I was growing up and thought the title would fit great with Bizarre Entertainment,” said owner of Bizarre Entertainment, Trevor Hamre. “This is totally a week that has something for everyone.  At the very least we have 10 per cent off all our merchandise all week with more off selected items each day.”

On Saturday May 4 it will be Free Comic Book Day at the store.

“Free comic book day is for everyone.  The idea is that you can come into the store and we will have dozens of different comics to choose from.  People can choose a few and take them home to read.  We have comics for the young folks like Archie or Disney comics and for adults like the Walking Dead. It is also a day where we have a prizes for best costumed super hero or villain, either way we should have a prize for anyone that dresses up.  It can often create a festive atmosphere and we usually post pictures of the contestants on our Facebook page,” Hamre said.

The free comic book day is not the only draw to the week long celebration.

“Free Arcade Day and Free Comic Book Day are especially a blast.  Not to mention we are having a pre-release and a release tournament for the new Magic The Gathering set Dragonmaze,” Hamre said. “If it wasn’t for our customers we wouldn’t be in business.  Bizarro days is a week where we can say thank you for doing business with us by offering discounts and events as an annual celebration.

If anyone is interested in finding out more about Bizarro days either drop in the store or give us a call at 250-344-6633.

Below is the list of events which will be happening on each day of the event.

Sunday April 28: 20 per cent off all Trading Card Games including Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh, & Magic The Gathering, 1-6 p.m. Magic-The Gathering Dragon Maze pre-release Tournament from 12-6 p.m. $20 entry fee.

Monday April 29:     Toddler’s Day: 30 per cent off all Melissa & Doug Merchandise. Toddler’s Receive one free Children’s 7 day Movie Rental, limit one per Toddler.

Tuesday April 30: Day of Forgiving: We are forgiving late fees, come in and just ask to be forgiven. Free Gift with every Merchandise Purchase.

Wednesday May 1: May Day: Golden workers get 20 per cent off all Merchandise.

Thursday May 2: Movie & Game Day: 50 per cent off previously used DVD’s, Blu-ray’s, & Video Games. Twenty per cent off new DVD’s, Blu-ray’s and Video Games. Free Viewing of “The Hobbit” in our theatre from 6-9 p.m.

Friday May 3: Free Arcade from 4-9 p.m. Free Popcorn for each film or game rental limit one per customer

Saturday May 4:    Free Comic Book Day. Thirty per cent off Comics and Graphic Novels. Prizes for best super hero or super villain costume. Come in and try out Marvel The Avengers Battle for Earth for 360 Kinect on our Big Screen for Free.

Sunday May 5: $10 off all T-Shirts. Thirty per cent off all used merchandise. Magic The Gathering Dragon Maze Booster Draft Tournament: 6 packs of cards for only $20.

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