I'm confused! The Groupon description states, "Shows are held on Tuesdays at 10 p.m. " Then, as a guide, it states, "View the ComedyJuice schedule here, as acts are still being added for Februaryâ€“April." But, when I click on the "here," I get the link http://comedyjuice.com/enhancedCalendar.cfm which shows "Upcoming Shows" for "Comedy Juice" on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. My first question: Is this offer good for ANY Comedy Juice show? Or just the ones on Tuesdays? My second question: The offer states, "Discount reflects ComedyJuice's current ticket prices-price may differ on day of the event." Does this mean we might get to a show, and have to pay, say, $30 bucks more a person for a show? My third question: Is it possible that EVERY show is more expensive when we go?? My fourth question: If a show IS more expensive, how much more expensive would it be? If you can't give a specific figure, what's a ballpark figure? My fifth question: If a show IS more expensive, does it work out that the cash value of this Groupon is applied to that more expensive show? For example, this Groupon assumes two people can go to a $15 show for $15 (a 50% savings). But, if the show is suddenly $20, then it's $40 for both people to go, does the Groupon apply $30 to the tickets, or the $15 paid? Last question: On the schedule, right now, the prices are $15/person. Can this change? Thanks! I appreciate you making this offer more clear. As I "clearly" don't want to get tickets to a show I don't want to go to, and also don't want a "rude surprise" when I show up at the window to get tickets, and have to pay more $$$.
Bernard J. asked on Jan 17, 2013
Hi Bernard - regarding the schedule, this deal is good only for the Comedy Juice shows at the Improv Irvine, which are on Tuesdays. The schedule lists all of the shows, some of which are at different venues. Regarding the pricing, this deal deal gets you 2/4/6 tickets to the show, regardless of the ticket price on the day of the event. This is part of our general wording for all GrouponLive deals - it just serves to let you know that the face value of the ticket may be more or less than what we have advertised, since ticket prices may fluctuate. You would not obligated to pay any more upon arrival.
Carol D. from Groupon replied on Jan 17, 2013