Campus Den Blog

  • Campus Den to Sponsor Oakland University Winterfest Game, Again!

    Once again, Campus Den is the headline sponsor for Oakland University’s Winterfest Basketball game. Prior to the game, there will be a BYOB Tailgate. The tailgate will take place Saturday in lot P16 beginning at 12:00 PM followed immediately by the Men's Basketball game against Green Bay at 3:00 PM. Important times and details are listed below.

    WINTERFEST TAILGATE

    When: Saturday, January 12, 2019
    Time: 12 p.m. - 2 p.m.
    Where: P16 Parking lot* - off of Pioneer Drive between the Aquatics Center and Anibal Hall (Map)
    Suggested Parking Lots: P29, P26, P1, P2 (Map)
    Tickets: Free entry
    *enclosed heated tent

    Additional Information: Additional Information: Students, alumni, family, and friends are invited to share in Oakland Athletics and the Oakland University Student Congress 4th Annual WinterFest Tailgate presented by National Coney Island! Free food will be available while supplies last from our friends at National Coney Island, Buffalo Wild Wings, Cottage Inn, Detroit Dough and coffee from Detroit Bold. WinterFest will also feature music from WXOU, giveaways, and games, and you don't want to forget to stop by the hot chocolate bar!

    NOTE: Must be 21 and older to enjoy BYOB festivities. Don't forget! OAKLAND STUDENTS also receive free admission the basketball game following the tailgate! Remember to bring your student I.D.

    OAKLAND UNIVERSITY MEN'S BASKETBALL VS. GREEN BAY

    (Game Sponsor: Campus Den)

    When: Friday, January 2
    Time: 3 p.m. (Doors open 2 p.m.)
    Where: O'rena
    Tickets: Call (248) 370-4000

    Oakland Students:

    • FREE general admission with their student I.D.

    Reserved:

    • Adult - $15
    • Oakland Faculty/Staff (must present valid Oakland ID) - $12
    • Youth (12 and under) - $12
    • Senior (65 and up) - $12

    General Admission:

    • Adult - $10
    • Oakland Faculty/Staff (must present valid Oakland ID) - $7
    • Youth (12 and under) - $7
    • Senior (65 and up) - $7
    • Reserved - $10 or General Admission - $7
    • Suggested Parking Lot: P29, P26 (Map)

    Additional Information:

    • Ziynne Kid of Pop returns for his Michael Jackson themed halftime performance
    • National Pan-Hellenic Council from Pontiac will be performing a step routine at halftime
    • Eric T. Pauli Memorial Scholarship and the Golden Grizzly School Spirit Scholarship recipients will be announced
    • Pontiac Initiative Day – Discounted tickets available for Pontiac residents by calling the ticket office (248) 370-4000

    ADDITIONAL OAKLAND UNIVERSITY BASKETBALL GAMES

    OAKLAND UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S BASKETBALL VS. MILWAUKEE

    When: Friday, January 18
    Time: 7 p.m. (Doors open 6 p.m.)
    Where: O'rena

    OAKLAND UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S BASKETBALL VS. GREEN BAY

    When: Sunday, January 20
    Time: 3 p.m. (Doors open 2 p.m.)
    Where: O'rena

    OAKLAND UNIVERSITY MEN'S BASKETBALL VS. MILWAUKEE

    When: Thursday, January 31
    Time: 7 p.m. (Doors open 6 p.m.)
    Where: O'rena

    OAKLAND UNIVERSITY MEN'S BASKETBALL VS. CLEVELAND STATE

    When: Saturday, February 2
    Time: 3 p.m. (Doors open 2 p.m.)
    Where: O'rena

    #WeartheBear

    Information provided by GoldenGrizzlies.

  • Basketball: What the Season Looks Like So Far

    Wolverine and Spartan Basketball

    Big 10 basketball is in a full court press as conference play begins. Michigan is on a 15 game winning streak, a perfect season so far, yet they are tied with one other team for the top spot in the B1G conference. This team is Michigan State who has racked up 8 wins in a row, putting them at 13-2 for the season. A few of the teams will likely fall out of contention soon as more match-ups occur, but right now the Big 10 is represented by seven teams in the Associated Press top 25. We are hoping for a stellar season for both the Michigan Wolverines and the Michigan State Spartans, as they are both ranked in the top 10 at the time of this article. We've started to bring in the basketball gear. Get yours today.

  • Why Can't the Lions Win?

     

    The Detroit Lions have spent years treading water. They stay afloat just enough to keep the fans from abandoning ship, yet the team isn't going anywhere. The Lions have just completed a season worse than one of their "average" seasons. There were glimmers of hope, but as a lifelong Lions fan, I want to know what is holding them back from getting that coveted Super Bowl win, or even an appearance. Why can't the Lions win?

    During the lion's share of the 1950s, Detroit was a powerhouse in the NFL. They won three championship titles, competed in a fourth title game, and had some of the greatest players in the sport. When the 1957 season concluded with a roaring triumph over the Browns, 59-14, no one thought the Lions would go on to become one of the most middle-ground franchises in history. They’ve made the playoffs just 12 times in the last 59 seasons, often as a wild card. They have only made it past the first round once. Let's take a look at the situation and see if we can come to a solution to the Detroit Lions Super Bowl drought.

    Most Recent Season

    The Detroit Lions finished the 2018-2019 season at a dismal 6-10.  There were sparks of hope throughout the season, but the Lions weren't able to beat their average season record. Their average season since 1967, when the Super Bowl was implemented, has been a dismal 7-9. They don't do much better when they are on the winning side of the record.  The average winning season record since 1967 is 9-7. This isn't a winning record that will get the team a guaranteed spot in the playoffs. This record often leaves the Lions scrambling to make it as a Wild Card. So what should the Lions change to have a better chance at the playoffs and ultimately a Super Bowl?

    Cowboys and Indians...and Packers too.

    Stiff competition could be one of the biggest reasons the Lions haven't made it past round one of the playoffs since 1967. This isn't something they can change though. The ability of competition is out of the team's hands, but it will be examined nevertheless.

    A little before the time of the Super Bowl, the 1962 team rivaled the 1957 team in terms of aptitude and prowess, but the Packers went 13-1 that season (to the Lions’ 11-3) and only one team from each division made the playoffs at the time. Bad luck for a decent Lions team.

    Since that year, of the 12 times the Lions have made the playoffs, wild card or not, they have been dropped by the Redskins three times and the Cowboys twice. That's over 41% of their playoff appearances hindered by these two teams. However, the Lions barely have a 50-50 regular season record with any team currently in the NFL. The Lions have a 50% or less historical record with 26 teams in all.  Three others are very close to this percentage. The only team the Lions have ever been truly better than lucky against is the Cleveland Browns, and what is that actually saying? Beating the Browns is like beating your little brother. It's fun to win, but it's not really showing anyone your ability.

    Owners

    In the current NFL era, most team owners are involved heavily with the team and it's usually one big family. However, the Fords are a private family and mostly keep to themselves. Without this family like tie to the owners, the team is missing a key element. Other teams have a bond with owners that encourages a win. The antiquated organizational of the Detroit Lions ownership could be a huge hindrance to the team's ability to win.

    Talent

    Quarterback - The Lions have waited many years for a quarterback to match the goals of the team. They finally acquired Matthew Stafford in 2009. Stafford has thrown an average of 4,015 yards per year in his time with the Lions. That average is greatly decreased by his first year in the NFL when he threw 2,267 yards in 10 games, and his 2010 season when he only threw for 535 yards in 3 games. If you exclude this first 2 years of play, Stafford averages 4,564 yards per season for the last 7 years. He is arguably the best quarterback in the NFL not to win a playoff game, yet!

    Coaches - Perhaps this is where the Lions have had the least luck in recent years. The plague of "bad" coaches has been long and worrisome. Since 1967 the Detroit Lions have only had one coach with a winning record. Joe Schmidt who coached from 1967 to 1972 won 43 of 84 games. The next closest winning coach was Wayne Fontes, 1991 Coach of the Year. Fontes held an overall record of 66-67. When a Coach of the Year doesn't end his tenure with a winning record, something is fundamentally wrong. Perhaps this isn't a reason the Lions can't win, maybe coaching is a symptom of a larger issue.

    Lack of hope for players - Where good players' talent is wasted? Imagine being drafted by the Lions. You would probably think, I'll never win on this team, so why try? This likely isn't the case for Barry Sanders, Matt Stafford, Calvin Johnson, or Golden Tate, who is being traded to the Eagles. These are all great players who have reached great heights as part of the Lions organization, but they weren't or aren't members of playoff caliber teams. Why?

    Bad Drafts - Being in the middle of the pack won't earn you a great spot for draft picks. The Lions had to have the worst season in modern history in order to secure Matt Stafford in 2009. However, these middle-of-the-road seasons aren't helping. Conceivably, the Lions should look to do much worse if they want to get better. That's not to say that draft picks aren't getting work done. Kerryon Johnson is ranked 22nd in the NFL for rushing yards. After 5 games, Johnson has 286 rushing yards, though he fizzled later in the season. Draft picks could be a major factor in the Lions issue and isn't something easily remedied.

    First Half Team

    They just can't finish! The Lions often fall apart in the second half. I can't imagine what kind of talk is the coach giving in the locker room? Perhaps conditioning is a problem? Whatever the problem, the team just can't play for a full game. If they get a big enough lead in the first half, the Lions can usually hold on for the win, but if it's a close game, a loss can be expected. This has to be addressed by coaching staff in order for the team to move beyond its current mediocre level.

    Penalties and Turnovers

    There is one factor that definitely needs to be considered as a reason for the Lions lifetime Super Bowl achievement: Penalty yards per game. Detroit has spent many season on the upper half of penalty yards. They have even had seasons when they have had almost as many penalty yards as they did rushing yards.

    How can you expect to be better than moderate if you are always middle of the pack or worse in penalty yards and turnovers per game? No matter how good a team is, it's hard to overcome multiple mistakes. At the end of the season, the Lions always end up high on the list for penalty yards per game, as well as in passing and fumble turnovers. The Lions will not be able to have a winning season if they don't get these numbers under control. I believe this is a number one reason for failure each season.

    Team health

    This has been an issue in recent years. Matt Stafford has played injured many times. The 2016 season was decimated by a ligament tear in Stafford's middle finger on his throwing hand. This greatly affected his accuracy. So far this season there haven't been any serious injuries. However, one of the starting running backs, Kerryon Johnson (mentioned above), hurt his ankle in a game against the Packers. He played after the bye week, but it doesn't bode well for the Lions, or any team when they suffer injuries from high caliber players.

    Fans

    As Lions fans, we love to say "this is the year," no matter how much truth there is behind it. We hold out hope, but with a negative attitude. You can hear it when the Lions lose. "Typical Lions" or "what did you expect?" It's a burden that the Lions must bear, until they turn things around. Make this a goal for the 2019-2020 Season...BE POSITIVE! No matter how bad it gets, remember that the Lions are on the cusp of greatness. They just need a little faith and positivity.

    So...Can the Lions Win?

    The Detroit Lions are a historical team in the National Football League. The team and fans have gone 61 years without a title win. The team has never won a Super Bowl, never even been to a Super Bowl for that matter. But the real question is why? The above info can only give so much insight. It's very likely that "the reason" is a combination of multiple reasons. A few of which, team health and talent, seem to be better this season. The only thing we can do, as fans, is stay positive, hold our heads high, and "Defend the Den" as "One Pride."

  • 2018 Flashback

    It might not always have been perfect, but 2018 was a great year for Campus Den and the teams we love. With highs like Ferris State's National Championship in basketball and Michigan football ranking in the top ten, we have plenty to celebrate. Since the introduction of money-saving tools for our customers, Den Dollars and Season Ticket, we are ready for everything 2019 has to bring. It will likely be another great year, as Michigan and Michigan State basketball are rocking their opponents, but in the words of Maya Angelou, "if you don't know where you've Campus Den prepares for 2019.

    A Year in Review: 2018

    January

    The very first thing we did in 2018 was introduced Den Dollars. Technically, we introduced them at the end of 2017 (December), but they were first redeemable in January 2018. This was the start of a stellar year for customer savings. Den Dollars are currently coming into a redemption period again. So if you were able to get Den Dollars during the 2018 Holiday season, it's almost time to turn them in and save. Click here for details about the current Den Dollars redemption period.

    February

    Michigan State dominated the Big 10 during basketball season, which led to them taking the B1G Conference Championship. This was a highlight for February at Campus Den. It gave us the morale boost we needed to make through March, one of our busiest months outside of the Christmas Season. Michigan State basketball isn't holding anything back this season either, so get your MSU basketball gear while it lasts.

    March

    Madness is the best way to describe March at Campus Den. Michigan Basketball took the Big 10 Tournament and went on to reach the NCAA tournament finals. Michigan hockey took their season into the Frozen Four, and most notably, Ferris State won the Division II National Championship in basketball. Campus Den also introduced our ship to home option at all of our store locations. You can now have the option of having an item shipped to your home if it's not available in store. March was a busy and memorable month for Campus Den.

    April

    After March, we had to slow it down in April and recoup our energy. We introduced scrubs for Michigan State Spartans across the medical field. Men's and women's scrubs are still available online. April wasn't filled with tons of frills or any fools, but it was just what we needed to move forward into the rest of year.

    May

    It was May before we knew it, and Campus Den launched our Michigan and Michigan State Star Wars crossover merchandise. Yoda and Darth Vader matched up with the Wolverines and Spartans team colors was a great way to celebrate May the 4th. We were geeked to present this merchandise.

    June

    The middle month of the year was a joyous time for us. Campus Den celebrated it's 20th Anniversary. Campus Den commemorated it's founding in June 1998. We launched deal after deal, June 2018, in appreciation of our customers getting us to the 20-year benchmark. We couldn't do it without you.

    July

    The biggest launch of our customer saving initiative, Season Ticket became available at the end of July. Campus Den was happy to introduce its first points reward program. This program is perfect to save money doing what you already love to do, shop at Campus Den. Season Ticket is available at all store locations, ask a team member, or sign up for an account online to start saving today.

    August

    We spent most of August prepping for our College Colors giveaway. Our vendors were so generous for this contest. We gave away a total of ??? in prizes for the duration of the event. College Colors was a blast for us here at Campus Den. Watch for more contests in the future.

    September

    We were busy with Back-to-School season in September. It was a fairly tame month compared to a few others, but overall September was a beautiful start to fall and the football season. It kept us on our toes.

    October

    We tripled our Guess the Score contest this year. Fall Brawl, Battle of the Valleys, and Battle for the Cannon all took the spotlight and we gave away $500 in gift cards to Campus Den. In October, Michigan took Paul Bunyan back to Ann Arbor, Grand Valley beat Saginaw Valley on the field but got stomped in the Battle of the Valleys fundraiser, and Western Michigan took home the Victory Cannon over Central Michigan. October was a battleground month and Campus Den loved living every minute of it.

    November

    Of course, November is always known as prep month around Campus Den. We are prepping for the holiday season, prepping for the biggest game on the Michigan/Michigan State football schedules (Ohio State), and prepping for Thanksgiving. We are so thankful for all our loyal customers each and every day. November leaves time for us time to thank you and to get ready for the final push each year.

    December

    By December, 2018 is nearly over, but we had so much to look forward to before we waved goodbye to 2018. In December, Ferris State rode their undefeated regular season into the Division II Championship match. The Michigan Wolverines took on the Florida Gators in the Peach Bowl and Michigan State Spartans took on the Oregon Ducks in the Redbox Bowl. December has been another up and down month for Campus Den and our favorite teams, but we made it through 2018 and are headed strongly into 2019.

    Happy New Year from Campus Den!

  • GLI 2018

    Great Lakes Invitational

    "Dec 30 - 31, 2018 @ Little Caesars Arena

    Now in its 54th year, this season’s installment of the Great Lakes Invitational (GLI) is highlighted by four Michigan-based schools for only the 15th time in tournament history. The two-day, single-elimination tournament, which has become a holiday tradition for sports fans in southeast Michigan, features event host Michigan Tech and tournament mainstays Michigan and Michigan State. Special invitee Lake Superior State is set to participate in the tournament for the fourth time and most recent appearance since 1999.

    The four-team tournament starts with a doubleheader match up on Sunday, Dec. 30 between Michigan Tech (WCHA) and Michigan (Big Ten) at 1:00 p.m., followed by Michigan State (Big Ten) against Lake Superior State (WCHA) at 4:00 p.m. Little Caesars Arena will host a triple-header of hockey action on Monday, Dec. 31 (New Year’s Eve), as the third-place game of the GLI will take place at 11:30 a.m., the winners of Sunday’s contest will meet in the GLI championship at 2:30 p.m. and the Red Wings will square off against the Florida Panthers in the team’s annual New Year’s Eve game at 7:30 p.m."

    Sunday, Dec. 30, 2018
    Michigan Tech vs. Michigan – 1:00 p.m.
    Michigan State vs. Lake Superior State – 4:00 p.m.

     

    Monday, Dec. 31, 2018
    Third-Place Game – 11:30 a.m.
    Championship Game – 2:30 p.m.
    Detroit Red Wings vs. Florida Panthers – 7:30 p.m.

    BUY TICKETS

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  • Campus Den Holiday Shipping Cut-Offs

    Online Holiday Shopping Deadlines are Approaching

    Place your orders by the dates below to guarantee delivery by Christmas. We cannot guarantee Christmas delivery for orders placed after these deadlines.

    Campus Den Christmas Shipping Deadlines

    International

    The deadline for international shipping by Christmas has passed. However, there is still time for shipping for delivery addresses within Michigan.

    Alaska and Hawaii

    The deadline for shipping to Alaska and Hawaii by Christmas has passed. However, there is still time for shipping for delivery addresses within Michigan.

    Continental US

    The deadline for Out-of-State shipping by Christmas has passed. However, there is still time for shipping for delivery addresses within Michigan.

    In- Michigan

    Order by Noon on December 19th for delivery by Christmas. Orders placed after this deadline are not guaranteed by Christmas.

  • So It Begins...

    It's nearly the day to stuff the turkey. It's almost the season to deck the halls. It's practically the hour to unwrap gifts. It's the most wonderful time of the year. Here we are at the beginning of the holiday season. Below is a breakdown of all of your scheduled sales for the next two weeks. Use it to plan your shopping strategy. Don't forget to take a look at our Christmas Playbook for gift ideas and check out our Black Friday Deals page for a visual on the sales below. Any links below this point will only work on the days for the respective sale. All other days the links will not work properly.

    Prep for the Holidays

    The sales below are a quick taste of whats to come this holiday season from Campus Den. It's time for our Pre-Black Friday sales. Get some shopping done this week before Thanksgiving arrives.

     

    Monday - BOGO 50% Off Hats (November 19, 2018 ONLY)

     

     

    Tuesday - BOGO 50% Off Socks (November 20, 2018 ONLY)

     

     

    Wednesday - BOGO 50% Off Drinkware (November 21, 2018 ONLY)

     

    Thanksgiving

    Happy Thanksgiving - First, we want to wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy the day and all that you have to be thankful for. We are thankful for our loyal customers and everything they do to help our Michigan-based business thrive.

    Free Shipping - USPS shipping is free all day. Happy Thanksgiving! We want to thank our customers for their constant loyalty with Free Shipping on Thanksgiving. Free shipping is on almost everything the website has to offer, however, some exclusions apply. Excludes packaging/handling fees for drop-ship items. The Free Shipping promotion is only valid for shipping addresses in the United States excluding Alaska and Hawaii. Other exclusions may apply.

    Black Friday

    Now the holiday shopping season begins. Black Friday (November 23, 2018) through Saturday (November 24, 2018) Campus Den is offering a cornucopia of deals. There will be an abundance of bargains and plenty of money to be saved all weekend long, overflowing into Cyber Monday.

    BOGO 50% Off - The entire site will be Buy One, Get One 50% off Black Friday through Cyber Monday, with a couple of exceptions. The two deals below ( "Two for" Classics and Regional) are excluded from the BOGO 50% Off Sale. All other items are Buy One, Get One 50% off. How does the BOGO 50% Off Sale work? You will need to select two items. Buy one item, get the other item, of equal or lesser, for 50% off.

    "Seeing Double" Deals - Campus Den Classics, including T-shirts, long sleeves, crew neck sweatshirts, and hoodies are all on sale at "two for" price points:

    • Classic T-shirts - 2 for $22 (Regularly $12.99)
    • Classic Long Sleeves - 2 for $25 (Regularly $14.99)
    • Classic Crew Neck -  2 for $40 (Regularly $24.99)
    • Classic Hoodies - 2 for $50 (Regularly $29.99)

    This sale is EXCLUDED from the BOGO 50% Off Sale.

    Regional T-Shirts for $5.99 - If you enjoy the splendor of the Great Lakes State, we have the shirts for you. At $5.99, our Regional T-shirts make the perfect Christmas gift. This sale is EXCLUDED from the BOGO 50% Off Sale.

    • Regional T-shirts -  $5.99  (Regularly $12.99)
    • Regional Long Sleeves - $7.99 (Regularly $14.99)
    • Regional Hats - $10.99 ( Regularly $20.00 to $24.00)
    • Regional Crew Neck -  $10.99 (Regularly $24.99)
    • Regional Hoodies - $15.99 (Regularly $29.99)

    Game Day Free Shipping - Free shipping on Saturday, November 24, 2018. Michigan takes on rival Ohio State and Michigan State ends the regular season against Rutgers. Game Day free shipping is on almost everything on the website. Exclusions apply.

    Cyber Monday

    BOGO 50% Off - The entire site will be Buy One, Get One 50% off Black Friday through Cyber Monday, with a couple of exceptions. The two deals below ( "Two for" Classics, $5.99 T-shirt Sale, and Regional Apparel) are excluded from the BOGO 50% Off Sale. All other items are Buy One, Get One 50% off. How does the BOGO 50% Off Sale work? You will need to select two items. Buy one item, get the other item, of equal or lesser, for 50% off.

    "Seeing Double" Deals - Campus Den Classics, including T-shirts, long sleeves, crew neck sweatshirts, and hoodies are all on sale at "two for" price points:

    • Classic T-shirts - 2 for $22 (Regularly $12.99)
    • Classic Long Sleeves - 2 for $25 (Regularly $14.99)
    • Classic Crew Neck -  2 for $40 (Regularly $24.99)
    • Classic Hoodies - 2 for $50 (Regularly $29.99)

    This sale is EXCLUDED from the BOGO 50% Off Sale.

    Select T-Shirts for $5.99 - Whether you enjoy the splendor of the Great Lakes State or a dash of our favorite team, we have the shirts for you. At $5.99, our Regional T-shirts and select Classic T-shirts make the perfect Christmas gift. This sale is EXCLUDED from the BOGO 50% Off Sale.

    • Regional T-shirts -  $5.99  (Regularly $12.99)
    • Regional Long Sleeves - $7.99 (Regularly $14.99)
    • Regional Hats - $10.99 ( Regularly $20.00 to $24.00)
    • Regional Crew Neck -  $10.99 (Regularly $24.99)
    • Regional Hoodies - $15.99 (Regularly $29.99)

    Double Points - Season Ticket is going to offer Double Points online. You will earn 20 Points for every dollar spent using your account online instead of 10. Remember to sign in to your account before checkout and your double points will be issued when your order ships. You will earn these points on the amount of your purchase after all applicable discounts and before tax and/or shipping are applied to your order. Season Ticket information is available here.

    Free Shipping - On Cyber Monday, USPS shipping is free all day. Free shipping is on almost everything the website has to offer, however, some exclusions apply. Excludes packaging/handling fees for drop-ship items. The Free Shipping promotion is only valid for shipping addresses in the United States excluding Alaska and Hawaii. Other exclusions may apply.

  • Ho, Ho, Holiday Den Dollars



    It's Den Dollars season again. Just in time for holiday shopping. Den Dollars are available for orders placed online as well as purchases made in-store. This is an opportunity to shop now while buying Christmas gifts and save later to splurge on yourself. Head to a Campus Den store, or place an order online, between November 19, 2018, and December 30, 2018. Make a purchase in the amount of $40 or more, and you will receive your $20 Den Dollars coupon. You will receive one Den Dollars coupon for every $40 you spend. Take note, you must reach $40 after discounts and before tax and/or shipping are applied. You will then be able to redeem these earned Den Dollars by receiving $20 off another $40 purchase from January 7, 2018, through February 3, 2019. Again, this promotion is available online and in stores. Don't miss it, because it's like getting paid to Christmas shop at Campus Den. Find all the Den Dollars information you need below. Check out our Christmas Playbook for gift idea and be sure to check out our Black Friday Deals page for more savings.

    Earn Den Dollars: November 19, 2018, to December 30 2018

    Redeem Den Dollars: January 7, 2019, to February 3, 2019

     

    Season Ticket

    Also, don't miss out on our loyalty program, Season Ticket. Den Dollars combined with Season Ticket is the best way to get the most bang for your gift buying buck.

    FIND OUT EVERYTHING THERE IS TO KNOW ABOUT DEN DOLLARS!

    WHAT ARE DEN DOLLARS?

    Den Dollars is a coupon promotion designed to save you money at Campus Den! You can earn a $20 Off Den Dollars coupon for every $40 you spend in-store or online. These coupons can be used on a future $40 purchase.

    HOW DO DEN DOLLARS WORK?

    You will receive a $20 Den Dollars coupon for each $40 in purchases made during the earning period. An additional $20 coupon will be issued for each additional $40 spent in a single transaction. Valid for one-time use only. You can redeem one coupon per $40 spent during the redemption period. Coupon and qualifying purchase receipt must be surrendered at time of redemption. Den Dollars are earned on the amount of a purchase after all applicable discounts are applied and before tax and or shipping are imposed. Eligible customer purchases include sale, regular and clearance priced merchandise, but exclude the purchase of gift cards, shipping or taxes. Offer can be redeemed with other offers, but offer cannot be redeemed for cash. Some restrictions may apply. Den Dollars will be applied prior to percent-off total purchase discounts. Den Dollars may not be redeemed as price adjustments on previous purchases or to purchase gift cards. Offer is non-transferable. Campus Den has the right to end or modify this promotion at any time. Den Dollars are ineligible for use by employees. Den Dollars are ineligible for use by family members of employees utilizing the employee discount. Den Dollars are not legal tender. No cash back.

    WHEN CAN I EARN DEN DOLLARS?

    Den Dollars are earned during specific earning periods online and in-store. Check above for the most recent Den Dollars promotional period.

    HOW WILL I RECEIVE MY DEN DOLLARS?

    IN-STORE:
    A Campus Den team member will include any Den Dollars coupons earned with your purchase at the register.

    ONLINE:
    Any Den Dollars you earn will be attached to your packing slip and shipped with your order. If your order includes only a drop ship item, shipped directly from the manufacturer, your unique Den Dollars codes will be sent digitally to the email on file.

    WHEN CAN I REDEEM MY DEN DOLLARS?

    We'll send you an email when it's time to spend. The redemption period is also be printed on your Den Dollars coupons. See above for the next earning and redemption periods.
    Sign up for our email list HERE!

    HOW DO I REDEEM MY DEN DOLLARS?

    IN-STORE:
    Spend your Den Dollars at Campus Den stores during the specified redemption period by giving it to the Campus Den team member at check out. There is no limit to how many Den Dollars coupons you can redeem in-store, as long as you continue to reach the next multiple of $40.  Your Den Dollars will be applied as a percentage discount on each item in your transaction, but it will appear as a dollar amount applied.

    ONLINE:
    Spend your Den Dollars online during the specified redemption period by entering the promo/coupon code from the back of your Den Dollars coupons. You can do this in your cart before checkout. There is no limit to how many Den Dollars coupons you can redeem online, as long as you continue to reach the next multiple of $40.  Your Den Dollars will be applied as a percentage discount on each item in your transaction, but it will appear as a dollar amount applied.

    CAN I COMBINE MY DEN DOLLARS WITH OTHER COUPONS?

    EARNING DEN DOLLARS:
    Den Dollars can be earned even when applying other discounts and offers to your purchase. They are also valid on sale and clearance items. However, the amount earned is based on the total amount of a qualifying purchase after any discounts and before tax or shipping is applied.

    REDEEMING DEN DOLLARS:

    Den Dollars are usable with other promotional codes or coupons. They are also valid on sale and clearance items. Den Dollars will be applied prior to any percent-off total purchase discounts. Some restrictions may apply.

    CAN I USE EXPIRED DEN DOLLARS?

    Den Dollars can only be used during the redemption dates for the promotional period on which it was earned. They can’t be used before or after the redemption period printed on the coupon. We’re sorry!

    CAN I RETURN OR EXCHANGE ITEMS I PURCHASED WITH MY DEN DOLLARS?

    Yes, you will receive the price paid, after the Den Dollars discount, on all returned or exchanged merchandise. The value of your Den Dollars will not be refunded if you make a return, even if the transaction occurs during the redemption period.

    CAN I EARN SEASON TICKET POINTS WHEN REDEEMING DEN DOLLARS?

    Yes, you will earn points based on your pre-tax total after Den Dollars (and any other discounts) have been applied.

  • Christmas Playbook

    Make the perfect play with your Christmas gifts this year. Campus Den has a gift guide ready to make every present the "best gift ever."

    Campus Den Classics

    T-shirts

    Long Sleeves

    Crewnecks

    Hoodies

    New Gear for the New Year

    Nike

    Adidas 

    Jumpman

     

    Hats

    Flex Fit

    Adjustable

    Fitted

    Outwear

    Glassware

    Pints

    Mugs 

    Wine Glasses and Accessories

    Jerseys

    Spirit Jersey

    Sports Jersey 

     

    Stocking Stuffers

    Socks

    Magnets

    Lanyard

    Decals

    Blanket

    Pennant

    Jewelry

    Earrings

    Pendant

    There is so much more on the Campus Den website. Start shopping today to start or finish your Christmas shopping with the perfect gifts.

  • Guess the Score Winner: Battle of the Valleys

    Congratulations to our Guess the Score Winner: GVSU vs. SVSU

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