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What You'll Get
Proper lighting allows football players to read plays off a wristband and basketball players to read one another's tattoos of passages from Jamie Farr’s autobiography. See a game in a different light with today's Groupon: for $6, you get four games of black-light mini golf, plus 10% off food and drinks, at Saturn 5 in Bradenton. This Groupon can be used by one person to play four separate games in one visit or used by one person and up to three of his or her companions to play one 18-hole round together.
Birdie through the cosmos on Saturn 5's 18-hole golf course, luminescent with moon silver, Neptune blue, and stellar scarlet and gold. Saturn 5 lowers the lights to intergalactic black levels, forcing golfers to rely on glowing space murals, neon-trimmed holes, and burning newspapers attached to the ends of baseball bats. Upon breaching the event horizon of the 18th hole, replenish nutrients at Saturn 5's bistro with pizza, popcorn, snacks, and drinks. Located in the DeSoto Square Mall, Saturn 5's 20,000-square-foot facility also hosts more than 100 arcade games and four pool tables.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Saturn 5
Saturn 5’s intergalactic theme seeps into every corner of its 20,000-square-foot fun center, which encompasses an 18-hole mini-golf course illuminated by black lights, a laser-tag arena, a 400-square-foot bouncy obstacle course, an arcade with more than 70 games, and a billiards room. The indoor mini-golf course takes after its fresh-air counterparts with diminutive greens and obstacles, but it replaces the sun with black lights that illuminate holes lined in green, red, and blue. A rainbow of hues also embellishes the behemoth bounce house, where kids careen down slides and scramble around cushy pillars to get to meshed-in areas for jumping.
At the arcade, the perimeter of an air-hockey table glows a space-age green, and retro pinball machines exude a vintage air akin to the black-and-white makeup worn by ‘50s-era TV stars. In the billiards room, a 40-inch TV and an 80-inch projection screen are emblazoned with the day's games, which can be watched atop bar stools with snacks, beer, and wine from the concession bar.