Whole family can watch a double feature from the comfort of their car while munching on popcorn
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What You'll Get
- Drive-in Movie Package for Two Adults, Includes:
- Two adult tickets for a double feature * Two popcorns
- Drive-in Movie Package for Family of Four, Inclused:
- Two adult tickets and two kids’ (ages 4–11) tickets for a double feature * Four popcorns
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2018. Amount paid never expires. Admission is on a first come, first serve basis. No alcoholic beverages or outside food permitted on theater property. Value of drinks and popcorn can be used to upgrade to larger sizes at the concession stand. Cannot switch movie screens during the evening. Subject to availability. Entire voucher value must be used in one purchase. Not valid on Friday, Saturday, Sunday from April 22-September 4, federal holidays except for Labor Day, July 2 and 3. Limit 4 per person, may buy 4 additional as gift(s). Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Warwick Drive-In Theatre
Warwick Drive-In Theatre has done the seemingly impossible—survived as a drive-in movie theater since the 1950s. Originally, the theater had one 70'x40' screen and could accommodate 350 cars or oversized boxes on roller skates. As years went by, the theater added additional land and two more movie screens. Today, movie-goers find brand-new releases as soon as the theater opens for the season. Read on to learn more about the Warwick drive-in experience:
There's a proper etiquette to follow: This includes dimming your lights when you drive in and placing your speaker back on the pole before you leave. The drive-in's most important rule, however, is parking in the back if you have a van or truck. This prevents taller vehicles from blocking the view with their roofs.
Visiting the snack bars is a great way to show your support. Warwick and other drive-ins actually make their money on concessions, not ticket sales, because such a large percentage of ticket sales goes to film distributors. So don't smuggle in popcorn to cook on the radiator; instead, visit the concession stand to support this family-run business.