It seems downright silly to pay full price for entertainment in this era of digital piracy -- seriously, $14 to watch a CGI Johnny Depp chandelier-swing over flustered gentlemen in wigs isn't worth it. Get your stuff on the cheap without resorting to stealing, at Tradesmart.
A behemoth, 40000sqft warehouse “organized to create a calm shopping experience” amidst Littleton's vast suburban wasteland, just-opened Tradesmart's gargantuan cache of discounted movies, video games, and CDs is stocked aisle after aisle, much like any cute girl unfortunate enough to be shopping in the same store as Joe Francis. While carefully leaving room on the shelves “to buy back Denver's entertainment products”, the lion's share of floor space is given to books, DVDs, and games, with savings of up to 40% off MSRP on their nearly 400000 products currently on hand, aka Lil Wayne's when he's got on all his rings and watches. Not content having the state's largest collection of everything ever, they're also peddling "trends" junk, which ranges widely from tees, skateboards, and electronics like iPad/ iPhone accessories and video game systems, to musical instruments, paintball equipment, and "disc golf merchandise" -- just when you thought all the Virgin stuff would be in the CD aisle!
Should you ever tire of disc golf, they'll buy your unwanted stuff for cash or store credit, and they offer free memberships for those looking to rent their wares -- with 400K titles to go through, you might as well get Kraken.