Wednesday, May 14, 2008

New Ticket Prices - A Better Deal for the Younglings

We've been sittin' back here in our bunks wracking our brains for something to do to make it easier on you folk who are aimin' to come on down and share in the mighty festive moment with us. And if I didn't just have a good gorram thought, then I don't now whatch'ud call it.

Times are tough in the "Verse what with soaring prices of fuel an grub to the shoes on your feet, so some might be a bit shy about sharin' some change from their bank to splurge on a show even though this show aims to be right neighborly and all. We know what times are like, 'Specially those who have wee ones to feed and clothe. So, we've thought about this and have a shiny new ticket idea.

Younglings, 12 and under, as of the date of the showing (June 21st) will only have to share up $5.00 for their seat instead of $10.00 (Younglings 2 and littler will be admitted free with a parent or the like to hold them tight when them there Reavers try and scare the wits out of all of us.


Each commemorative ticket (designed just for this event)for the Big Damn Movie is $10.00 per adult ticket and $5.00 per youngling (2 and under are free if sitting on a loving lap) through June 6, 2008. After June 6th, the price will be $12.00 and $6.50 per ticket until June 20th. Tickets (if any remain) at the door will be $15.00 and $12.00 for Kids. Tickets will be handed out at check in.

Them there shiny adult tickets for CSTS
(13 and Older)

(12 and Under)


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