What You'll Get
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 deal: for $15, you get two movie tickets, two medium popcorns, and two medium drinks at BlueLight Cinemas in Cupertino (a $30 total value). Today's deal is good for any screening except for special engagements and Indian films.
Nestled in The Oaks Shopping Center across from De Anza College, BlueLight Cinemas illuminates its screens with an ever-rotating collection of current blockbusters, independent flicks, foreign imports, and other cinematic treasures. This quaint, family-run pictureplex furnishes its intimate theaters with plush, high-backed seats, Dolby Surround Sound, and a friendly, accommodating staff of film fanatics. Today's deal supplies you with enough tickets, Orville Redenbacher popcorn, and sodas to share on a date, or keep to yourself to counter any mixed messages you might be sending during a second-run screening of He's Just Not That Into You.
- Since opening last November, the Bay Area’s lone discount theater has offered a diverse selection of movies, festivals and live events. Even better, the admission price for popular second-run titles is five bucks or less per ticket, and that’s not counting the numerous food deals for families, couples and seniors. – Dennis Willis, Examiner.com San Francisco
- Great spot to get together and have a quiet low key movie night with none of that glam and hype from other theaters. – Sandy C, Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Not valid for special events or Indian films. Not for resale. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About BlueLight Cinemas
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.