Adventures of the Snackbarqueen

Weekend Update!!

I don’t know if it’s because he’s having a birthday or if it’s because he just wants to see me sweat, but my sweet husband (a.k.a. the owner) has decided to make every night this weekend $10 per car load! YIKES!! Yes, you read right, $10 every night, all weekend long.  Say good bye to the last 35 mm film movies you’ll ever see at the Holiday Twin and join us for a fun and inexpensive weekend.  We’ll be posting specials on Facebook and Twitter every night.  I’ll let you in on one deal in advance: All t-shirts will be 20% off every night.  Show your support for the Twin while you enjoy movies under the stars, and a full moon!

See you at the movies!

Snackbarqueen

20 Responses to “Weekend Update!!”

  1. Nicole Bort

    Hi! I was wondering if I could order a t-shirt and have it sent to me? I used to live in Fort Collins and I love Holiday Twin, but now I am in Denver and I would love to own a tshirt. Is it possible to purchase one and have it mailed? thanks!

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  2. Cindy Bolton

    Thank you for being here and remaining a viable entertainment choice for our city. I grew up in Ohio with the drive in and it’s always been a favorite. I hope we never lose the Twin!!!
    Cindy

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  3. Crystalcoven

    What do u mean by saying goodbye to last 35mm films you’ll ever see at the holiday twin? I’m hoping I misinterpreted what you meant …=(

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  4. Crystalcoven

    Oh ok woo. I was scared haha I don’t know what we’d do without the drive in. Can’t wait to see the upgrade! Thanks!

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  5. Melinda

    What time do the movies start? We are driving from Denver and don’t want to be late.

    Thanks

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  6. jeremy

    When will the twin open for the 2013 season and what movies are playing?also,what’s the rules for sub-woofers?

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    • Snackbarqueen Snackbarqueen

      The movies are as follows: Oz the Great and Powerful with co-hit Parental Guidance and G.I. Joe: Retaliation with Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. Sub-woofers are not allowed as a courtesy to our neighbors.

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