Outdoor Movie and Popcorn for Two or Four at Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In (Half Off)

Central Austin

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In a Nutshell

Independent flicks and classic ‘80s films fill the screen at Austin’s only drive-in movie theater

The Fine Print

Expires Jun 1st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Walk-in admission valid for pedestrian-area only. Upgrades available for an additional fee; two-week advance reservation required for car slot admission upgrade. Not valid 12/23/12-2/15/13. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Watching a movie on the big screen makes audience members feel like they're really there with the characters, especially during climactic popcorn-eating scenes. Chew and view with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

$12 for a walk-in pedestrian package for two, valid for single features (a $24 total value), which includes:

  • Two regular tickets (a $14 value)
  • Two popcorns (a $10 value)

$19 for a walk-in pedestrian package for two, valid for double features, or a walk-in pedestrian package for four, valid for single features (a $38 total value), which includes:

  • Two double-feature tickets or four regular tickets (a $28 value)
  • Two popcorns (a $10 value)

A drive-in movie screen looms against a backdrop of trees, beckoning audiences to take in features such as Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, The NeverEnding Story, and Friday Night Lights from the rotating schedule. Movie-outing upgrades are also available for an extra fee. For the double-feature option, make sure to check the schedule for nights when double-features are playing.

Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In

After restoring a cluster of vintage theater speakers that he bought on eBay, Josh Frank used them to launch Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In in the middle of Texas' capital city. At the retro cinematic establishment, Frank and his staff beckon moviegoers to cool their car or jetpack engines while immersing themselves in feel-good flicks, many of which are time-tested pop-culture favorites such as E.T. and The Karate Kid. Two car hostesses stay on-hand to add to the nostalgic ambience, whisking concessions such as hot dogs, nachos, and pretzels to trays perched in open car windows or inside the mouths of especially hungry visitors.