ENGLEWOOD, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sports Authority, one of the largest full-line sporting goods retailers in the United States and Puerto Rico, announced the launch of its second annual online Sniagrab sales event beginning August 28.
Sniagrab (“bargains” spelled backwards) is the world’s largest ski and snowboard sale, held every Labor Day weekend at select Sports Authority stores throughout Colorado and Utah. For the second year, Sports Authority customers across the country will have access to the sale. The online sale is available exclusively at sniagrab.com, while supplies last.
“We are thrilled to share this special savings event with Sports Authority customers and fellow ski and snowboard fans outside of Colorado and Utah for a second year,” said Stephen Binkley, Executive Vice President & Chief Merchandising Officer of Sports Authority. “Extending Sniagrab to our website provides our customers a great way to shop exceptional value on winter essentials, conveniently from their homes or mobile devices.”
Sniagrab offers customers the chance to save up to 90% off original prices on previous seasons’ ski and snowboard equipment, winter apparel and accessories. The sale features merchandise from leading brands such as Burton, K2, Salomon, Columbia, The North Face, Spyder and more, all majorly discounted from their original price.
About Sports Authority
Headquartered in Englewood, CO, Sports Authority is one of the largest full-line sporting goods retailers, with 467 locations across 41 states and Puerto Rico. Sports Authority offers a broad range of sporting goods from leading brands and is the active family’s destination for footwear, apparel, fitness, team sports and outdoor recreation. The League by Sports Authority, a free and easy rewards program, offers members 5% back after they earn 100 points or more during a quarterly period. For a list of store locations and information, or to shop online, visit sportsauthority.com. Follow Sports Authority on Facebook facebook.com/SportsAuthority and Twitter twitter.com/SportsAuthority.