Tinting your windows is an easier way to maintain anonymity than stuffing your car into a ski mask. Cultivate mystique with this Groupon.
$99 for Window Tinting for a Four-Door Sedan ($199 Value)
Seasoned technicians mitigate marauding heat and UV rays with LLumar tint films cut by computerized equipment. Available in five different shades, tint films are fitted and tailored to meet the precise size and shape of the car's windows. Once installed, a process that can take up to three hours, the tinted windows protect drivers from the sun’s harsh rays, minimize interior temperatures, and heighten the car's confidence so it can resume rolling its eyes at tow trucks.
Mike's Tint Shop
Since 1989, the founder of Mike’s Tint Shop has been augmenting car windows with his custom, computer-generated tints, which range from subtle dot patterns to flames and sports-team logos. His work has caught the attention of celebrities such as Hollywood heavyweight Verne Troyer, who played Mini-Me in the Austin Powers movies, and whose Mercedes bears the company's namesake tinting work. Beyond tints, the shop offers LLumar paint protection, a nearly invisible coating that safeguards vehicles' bodies against stone chips, scratches, insects, and freckles. Technicians can also cleanse vehicles with hand washes and detail work, which ranges from wheel dressing to wiping out cup holders.
87% of 2,177 customers recommend
“They did a very nice job I would highly recommend them I'm going to be taking a second vehicle back to them”
“Friendly and knowledgable”
“Read the offer carefully! It is NOT what it "appears" to be at first sight. the $85 Groupon gives you up to $199 of CREDIT towards the purchase of window tinting...”
“Read the offer carefully! It is NOT what it "appears" to be at first sight. the $85 Groupon gives you up to $199 of CREDIT towards the purchase of window tinting services that vary from $200 for simple "dyed" film, and then it goes up from there for higher grade "metallic" UV reflecting film, which is what most folks will want.”