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Special Price Saturday!

Special Price Saturday!

That'll Get Your Attention!

We very rarely do Saturday matinees, so it's no wonder there are seats still available; people just don't know about it. So let's change that!

We're running a special price for the next 24 hours to anybody buying a ticket for our 2:00pm matinee of "Father of the Bride," a very funny comedy about the craziness of wedding planning.

ANY SEAT $10

That's a big savings for adults, seniors and students. Those tickets go for up to $20. But for the matinee this Saturday at 2:00pm ONLY, all ticket purchasers can feel like kids again, because $10 is the kid's price!

How do you take advantage of the $10 ticket deal? Buy your ticket online. Choose adult, senior or whatever applies to you. It'll show full price plus a service fee. Don't worry, just click "Checkout." Go through the same screens you always do when buying an online ticket, like creating an account so you can get back to your ticket and get deals later on. Just before you give your credit card info, you'll see a place to put a promotion code. Enter SAT10 and click apply. The new screen will then show $10 for the ticket and no service charge. Yahoo!!  

Enter SAT10 promo code after choosing your tickets
It's NOT a pre-sale code, it's a Promo Code.

Remember, this only works from now til showtime for the 2:00 Saturday show on our tix site.BUY N

Just before completing your order, you'll see this summary page (your name will be just above this.) you can see where we applied the SAT10 code.

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