At drive-in theaters, the best seats are reserved for punctual elitists and fashionably late monster trucks. Avoid the perils of Hobbesian parking battles by settling into a cozy seat with today’s Groupon to BlueLight Cinema 5 in Cupertino. Choose from the following options:
- For $15, you get two movie tickets (a $5 value each), two medium popcorns (a $5.95 value each), and two medium sodas (a $4.95 value each; a $31.80 value).
- For $25, you get four movie tickets (a $5 value each), four medium popcorns (a $5.95 value each), and four medium sodas (a $4.95 value each; a $63.60 value).
- For $79, you get a movie-ticket-and-snacks package (a $219 total value). The package includes:
- 10 anytime movie tickets (a $5 value each)
- 10 medium popcorns (a $5.95 value each)
- 10 medium sodas (a $4.95 value each)
- A $60 gift card valid for snacks and tickets<p>
This Groupon may be used across multiple visits. The initial movie-ticket purchase must be made within six months of receiving the preloaded gift card; after that, you have one year to redeem additional movie tickets.
Nestled in The Oaks shopping center across from De Anza College, BlueLight illuminates its screens with an ever-rotating collection of current blockbusters, independent flicks, foreign imports, and other cinematic treasures. Today’s deal supplies moviegoers with enough tickets, Orville Redenbacher popcorn, and sodas to share on a date or with the startlingly lifelike 3-D Bruce Willis emerging from the screen. This quaint, family-run pictureplex furnishes its intimate theaters with plush, high-backed seats, DTS and Dolby surround sound, and a friendly, accommodating staff of film fanatics. Visitors can use their gift cards to buy extra snacks or treat the company Red Rover team to a postgame rom-com to unwind.
The silver screens at BlueLight Cinemas showcase second-run films every day in theaters with high-back chairs and DTS and Dolby surround sound. In the concession area, attendants provide a cornucopia of goods, including Dippin' Dots, Peet's Coffee, and Orville Redenbacher’s popcorn topped with real butter from actual tombs inside the food pyramid. The locally owned theater keeps in tune with the community by staging events throughout the year, offering theater rentals for parties, and allowing moviegoers to influence upcoming features by requesting a movie.