Live Large Like a Ewing: TNT’s “Dallas” VIP Experience

A simple getaway is about escaping your daily routine. An epic getaway is about becoming someone else–with or without the ability to steal an identity or shape shift. If the latter options aren’t in your wheelhouse and you’re a self-professed Dallas fanatic, don’t worry! To celebrate the debut of TNT’s new Dallas series, tomorrow Groupon Getaways is offering the chance to live like a Ewing complete with airfare, custom makeover, a private tour of the infamous Southfork Ranch, and much more.Filled to the brim (of a 10-gallon hat) with deliciously wicked deception and high drama, the exciting episodic returns to TNT Wednesday, June 13th. The Ewings are back battling for power and love in Southfork. But if you’d like a weekend of indulgence without the scheming, or the opulence without the back-stabbing, check out some of the VIP experiences included in this glamorous deal:

  • $500 / person shopping spree at Dallas most-Ewing-worthy shops
  • Camera-ready custom makeover
  • Intimate, five-star custom dinner at Fearing’s, ranked one of the top restaurants in Dallas by Zagat
  • Two-night stay in one of the Magnificent 7 suites of glamorous Hotel ZaZa
  • Chauffeured SUV for each couple for the entire weekend

Live it up like America’s most notorious heirs and soak up the luxury in your own custom cowboy hat, boots, and bolo tie. Optional, but strongly encouraged.

Want more? Check out exclusive behind the scenes footage starring some new and familiar faces, or play Rise to Power–an interactive online game that lets you declare allegiance to your favorite Dallas character.

  • Wow, I am too excited about being able to watch this epic drama once again. It will be a tall order to try to replicate the intrigue and treachery of Dallas past. It will definitely bring back fond memories.

  • Growing up watching DALLAS my cousins and I would watch Dallas every Friday. I would be Pamela Ewing. She was the lovely, beautiful and loyal wife to Bobby Ewing. However, I would love to live it up like the lovely, beautiful Miss. Lucy Ewing.

  • This is great way to get great deals, and it’s definately worth it. However, when purchasing a groupon as a gift, I don’t feel that the price should be printed on the coupon. With all the technology of bar codes, there must be some way to print the deal price in the barcode. This would be a better “gift groupon” in my opinion.

    Thanks for the deals anyway.

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