Holiday Shopping Made Easy in Flagstaff


The holiday season is right around the corner, but don't worry, we're here to help with your shopping plans.

The 2017 Flagstaff Holiday Shopping Passport is here! Shop in your favorite downtown businesses from Black Friday until New Years Day, and enter to win great prizes.

Last year the Holiday Shopping Passport brought nearly $30,000 to the downtown businesses in Flagstaff, and we have even higher hopes for this season.

How It Works:

Shop at five of the participating businesses OR spend a total of $250 to enter to win any of the great prizes. A sticker will be added to your passport with each purchase to document each business you shop at along with how much you've spent. Once you've reached the goal of 5 businesses or $250, you can leave your completed passport at any of the participating businesses.

The Flagstaff Holiday Shopping Passport runs from Black Friday, November 24th to New Year's Day, January 1st. Passports will be available at any of the participating businesses listed below. 

Participating Businesses:

Peace Surplus

Peace Surplus

Aspen Sports - Outdoor and camping gear
Babbitt's Backcountry Outfitters – Shoes, sunglasses, and outdoor gear
Black Hound Gallerie – Novelty items, t-shirts, and toys
Bright Side Bookshop – Books, magazines, cards, gifts, and toys
Downtown Business Alliance – Downtown Flagstaff merchandise
Flagstaff General Store – Home décor, apparel, and stickers
Flagstaff Sports Exchange – Recycled outdoor and sports gear, shoes, and apparel
Golden Hive – Candles, honey, and skin care
Mountain Sports - Patagonia apparel and gifts
Nerd, Inc. – Locally-designed t-shirts and hats
Peace Surplus – Outdoor gear and apparel
Rainbow's End – Ladies’ clothing, shoes, and jewelry
Salt + Peak Boutique – Candles, bath goods, and apparel
Shane Knight Gallery - Fine Art photography
Sutcliffe Floral – Bouquets, wreaths, gifts, and decor

We All Win When We Shop Locally

This interactive shopping experience is designed to increase traffic to independently-owned businesses in the Verde Valley during the Holiday season. Last year this program brought nearly $30,000 to downtown businesses in Flagstaff. We hope to replicate this successful holiday program in the Verde Valley and educate consumers on the importance of shopping in locally-owned, independent businesses for holiday gifts, decorations, and personal celebrations.

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