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Comedy Night for Two or Four with Nachos or Popcorn at Stand-Up, Scottsdale! (Up to 68% Off)

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Questions and Answers 5 questions

Q:

Is there an age limit to see the shows?

Rachael P.  asked on  Jan 24, 2013

A:

Hi, Rachel, there is no age limit if accompanied by a parent, otherwise, it's 21. Please also keep in mind that there are 4 or so comedians on each show, so themes/language can run the gambit. We don't specifically book blue or clean humor, so just be ready for anything ;-) thanks for writing. HH.

Howard H.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 24, 2013

Q:

"Stand-Up, Scottsdale! requires a two-item minimum purchase per guest; customers much (TYPO?) purchase one additional item each (not included in this Groupon)." so if i purchase the 4 person package each person would need to order at least 1 item for a total of 4 items at the table?

erica h.  asked on  Jan 23, 2013

A:

Hi, Erica, thanks for writing. Actually, that is also an error by Groupon and, additionally, by me for not properly proof-reading what they did. So...you win! ;-) The intent of the deal was that the free item was in an addition to the two item requirement (food or beverage). Given the error, yes, there is a minimum of at least 1 additional item per person. Thanks for coming out and thanks for shining light on the error; hope you enjoy the show.

Howard H.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 23, 2013

Q:

What price for 3 people? Is it $45?

Maureen O.  asked on  Jan 21, 2013

A:

I'm not exactly sure how your question is relating to the Groupon, and I don't want to give you a wrong answer. Tickets in general are $15 so, yes, for three it would be $45 (without a Groupon). The Groupon is for 2 or 4 people. If you buy the two person one, the 3rd would pay $15. if you buy the 4 person one, you'd have one extra Groupon spot to use at a future date. If that doesn't answer your question, please clarify it and I'll give it another shot. Thanks for taking a look at the offer.

Howard H.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 21, 2013

Q:

HOw do we find out when you have clean comedy routines. (PG versions) I noticed most of the videos had warnings for language, etc.

Malinda H.  asked on  Jan 20, 2013

A:

Please consult the professionals at Stand-Up, Scottsdale to discuss accommodations best for you and your family.

Annette B.  from  Self  replied on  Jan 20, 2013

A:

Hi, Malinda, thanks for writing. Although some acts are by nature clean in language (i.e. Andrew Norelli) we do not book specifically clean or dirty shows. A comedians tv performance is often clean, while they may tend to use other language in their regular lives/club shows. If it's that big of an issue, I'd suggest looking at the Jesterz, perhaps or maybe NCT out in Mesa. If we feel a show will either be clean or dirty beyond what a reasonable guest will expect, we will post it so that those who dislike either type know ahead of time. If you're trying to avoid any adult language/themes, I probably would just recommend looking to one of the other options I mentioned. Thanks for the question.

Howard H.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 21, 2013

Q:

Does the "price may differ" part of above statement mean groupon users will pay more than the voucher we purchased?

Jill T.  asked on  Jan 19, 2013

A:

Hi, Jill, thanks for considering the offer. Yes, that is what it means. 90% of our shows are the face value of the groupon.

Howard H.  from  Merchant  replied on  Jan 19, 2013

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