Posts Tagged ‘kgb’

Discounted Tomato Fight! “San Francisco Tomato Battle” Comes to Alameda County Fairgrounds October 1st

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

kgbdeals has a deal for you.

This is different, huh?

“need to know

  • One ticket to the San Francisco Tomato Battle on Oct. 1
  • High-spirited crowds, live music, and about a billion tomatoes
  • An experience unlike any other – slimy, yet satisfying!
  • Includes a free beer (for those over 21)

what & why

Every once in a while, we’re able to offer a deal that’s unlike anything else, anywhere. In that spirit, it gives us great pleasure to present today’s kgbdeal. Feel the satisfying “splat” of good aim with today’s kgbdeal: $25 for 1 ticket to The San Francisco Tomato Battle on Oct. 1. The feeling of tomato bits on your neck will rhyme with the sensational flinging a slushy tomato into the air while you laugh so hard it makes you snort. This is going to be the food fight of a lifetime so come down and make some new friend in the ketchup rain.”

Group-Buying Websites are All the Rage in the 415 – $4 Movie Tickets are Back

Friday, May 21st, 2010

I’ll tell you, the kids these days, they want to get a deal, but they want their friends in on it to. Or something. I’m not sure how all it all works, but all’s I know is that I don’t see the downside to forking over four bones, waiting for a letter in the post and then going to an AMC theater like Metreon or AMC Van Ness to catch a movie.

You’ll party cause it’s priced like 1999 (or earlier). Speaking of which, I’ll remember that year as the era of the WebVan – the things were double-parked all over town. Anyway, they would pick up your choice of DVD or videotape at BlockBuster, deliver it to you, and then pick it up a few days later, all for free! Of course you still had to pay the rental fee, but you had to wonder how the transaction made money. (It didn’t, actually. I think the investors got 1% of their investment back, by selling off the vans and the Herman Miller chairs, an icon of the era. ) 

Anyway, check out this kgb Deal, comrade. (They’re saying $4 is the 1989 price to see a movie. I forget, but it sounds credible.) KGB is a new outfit, so I assume that they’re offering a good deal to make a splash.

In Soviet Russia, KGB deal with you, but in America, KGB give you deal. America, what a country!

Check the deets – they’re only mailing out to bay area addresses.

IMO, this is a good, albeit small, deal.

Choose wisely.