Movies take audiences where they could not go otherwise, such as the far reaches of outer space or a kitchen with George Clooney in it. See the stars with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $20 for two movie tickets, two regular popcorns, and two regular sodas at Mayan Palace 14 (up to a $39 value)
- $20 for two movie tickets, two regular popcorns, and two regular sodas at the Rialto (up to a $40 value)
- $20 for two movie tickets, two regular popcorns, and two regular sodas at Embassy 14 (up to a $42 value)
- $20 for two movie tickets, two regular popcorns, and two regular sodas at Northwest 14 (up to a $39 value)
Click on the links to each location to see movie showtimes. At each, a wide selection of blockbusters, such as Jake Gyllenhaal's newest adventure, End of Watch, or, coming later this fall, Taken 2 and Paranormal Activity 4, stimulate the senses with vibrant digital light and sound. Children younger than 2 can accompany cinema-going adults for free, provided they stay in their parents’ laps and set their beepers to silent. The Rialto Brewhaus, Embassy 14, and Mayan Palace locations have beer and wine available for purchase. Rialto also offers a full bar and dining menu within the theater.
Santikos Theatres’ rates fluctuate throughout the day.
Greek immigrant Louis Santikos founded his first movie theater in San Antonio in 1911, when silent moving pictures of train robberies and slapstick comedy were an exciting novelty. Today, the thriving regional theater empire continues the family tradition of dazzling audiences with attractions such as IMAX sensory journeys.
Santikos's expansive theaters house up to 19 screens of first-run cinematic entertainment at some locations. Equipped with popcorn and sodas, moviegoers can nervously munch and sip their way through every pulse-pounding car chase, tragic missed connection, or gripping montage of drying paint. Screenings in 3-D of select films are brought to life by the gloriously immersive illuminations of Xpand 3-D projectors.