Karing Kind Broncos Sale

Mile High Marijuana Sale at Karing Kind

The day after the game… The longest you’ll have to wait for Broncos football all week. But you can make the waiting less painful with Mile High Day at Karing Kind, Boulder’s first recreational marijuana dispensary.

The morning after a win is full of hope and promise. The air is cleaner. The sun is brighter. The coffee is coffee-er. The day after a loss, however, can leave you shaken and looking for relief. Whether you want to treat yourself after a win or recover after a tough loss, consider stopping by Karing Kind to take advantage of our incredible Mile High Marijuana Sale. *Offers cannot be combined with any other sale or discount, including other Mile High sales.

Remaining Broncos Schedule:

  • Sun, Nov 27 vs Chiefs
  • Sun, Dec 4 @ Jaguars
  • Sun, Dec 11 @ Titans
  • Sun, Dec 18 vs Patriots
  • Sun, Dec 25 @ Chiefs
  • Sun, Jan 1 vs Raiders

mile-high-marijuana-sale-karing-kind-boulder-coMile High Day
20 percent off all orders the day after a Broncos win!

Celebrate the Broncos with 20 percent off your entire order the day after a win. That includes our organic flower, concentrates, edibles, tinctures, cannabis topicals and more.

Impressive Concentration
25 percent off all concentrates the day after a Broncos comeback win!

Get 25 percent off all concentrates, including our CO2 oil, if the Broncos come from behind to win in the fourth quarter or overtime or if they hold on to a lead to win by 3 points or less. This offer cannot be combined with the Mile High Day sale or any other discount.

Broncos Country Day of Relief
10 percent off our entire stock and 20 percent off our CBD products the day after a Broncos loss

Losing hurts. That’s why we’re offering 20 percent off all relief balms and CBD products the day after a Broncos loss.

Mile High Fantasy Outlook

The day after a Broncos game is also a day for fantasy football contemplation. And, with the fantasy football playoffs right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about the rest of the season. If you’re looking to your dispensary for fantasy football advice, chances are you need more help than we can offer. But, if an octopus can pick the Super Bowl champ, a marijuana blogger can provide rest-of-season fantasy analysis.

Broncos Schedule for Fantasy

  • Week 11 Bye
  • Week 12 vs Chiefs
  • Week 13 @ Jaguars
  • Week 14 @ Titans
  • Week 15 vs Patriots
  • Week 16 @ Chiefs

Trevor Siemian is probably not a QB you are excited to start on your fantasy team. As we saw in week 3, he has the potential for huge games (312 yds, 4 TDs). But, for fantasy purposes, he’s only flashed that extreme scoring once. Meanwhile, he has 6 games under 15 points. Siemian has turned the ball over 6 times in the past 3 games and plays a tough slate of defenses to wrap up the season, including a week 16 fantasy championship at Kansas City. There’s too much risk here for me to feel confident starting Siemian when there are probably better streaming options available on the waiver wire. But, I expect weekly output of about 200-300 yards and 1-2 touchdowns, so he might be passable in a pinch or two-QB leagues if he can keep his turnovers down.

Denver’s offensive line hasn’t blocked well enough for any Broncos RB to step up the way many analysts were predicting at the beginning of the season. CJ Anderson’s production had been lackluster before his big game and subsequent injury against Houston in week 7. Some fantasy experts predicted Devontae Booker would step in as an RB1, but we always love shiny new toys in fantasy football, and a high-volume rookie starter for the team we love is about as shiny as they come. The carries are there for Booker, and that puts him in the starting conversation most weeks. But, with only 2.86 yards per carry over the past three starts and all 5 remaining games against top-15 run defenses, Booker is looking like a touchdown dependent RB2. Kapri Bibbs might be worth handcuffing to Booker for the playoff run so you don’t end up without a starter, but I don’t expect him to have any standalone value.

Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders have been relatively quiet this season for their fantasy owners, but I wouldn’t bail on either receiver, especially in point-per-reception (PPR) leagues. Sanders has been targeted 8 or more times in the past 4 weeks, and Thomas hasn’t seen fewer than 10 targets in over a month. With those opportunities, I’d consider Thomas a must start (unless your team is stacked) as a WR2 with WR1 upside. Sanders is a safe WR3 with the potential to erupt for 100 yards and a touchdown any given week. I would flex Sanders in PPR leagues and deeper standard leagues.

Broncos TEs have been an important part of Denver’s offense, but we have yet to see a fantasy starter emerge, and I don’t expect that to change this year. Virgil Green offers a decent baseline of targets from week to week, but with zero touchdowns on the year, you can do better for your playoff run.

The Denver defense continues to sit near the top of the league, translating to about as reliable a fantasy defense as you can find. Denver has a tough fantasy schedule, facing a red hot Tennessee offense in Tennessee week 14, New England week 15, and flying to Kansas City week 16. That said, I’d be hard-pressed to bench this defense even in unfavorable matchups.

Mile High Day at Karing Kind

If you’re in Boulder, CO the day after a Denver Broncos win, come celebrate with organic bud, concentrates, edibles and exclusive Chong’s Choice strains at Karing Kind. We are proud to offer the lowest marijuana tax in Colorado, and our award-winning budtenders can help you find the right product at the right price.

Karing Kind is located just off of US-36, one mile north of Broadway, now open daily from 10am to 10pm.

While we carry a variety of strains, concentrates, edibles, salves and tinctures, inventory and stock levels fluctuate from week to week and month to month. Check our menu and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for an up-to-date list of edibles, concentrates and buds available now.