Tuesday Is $4 Family Fun Day At Santikos Entertainment Cibolo
All day on Tuesday’s at Santikos Entertainment Cibolo the whole family can enjoy $4 Laser Tag, Virtual Reality, Domestic Drafts, House Wines, Large Popcorn, Large Drink, Candy, Pizza, and Chicken Tenders. Other specials included on Tuesday: $11 Unlimited Play Card for Arcade and half price Bowling! After you’ve worn yourself out on the games, you can grab a movie ticket and relax in a luxury recliner and watch the latest movie. Or grab your favorite food and take into the theater to beat the Texas heat. Tickets are on sale at www.Santikos.com! Bring the whole family and come enjoy the party.
What: $4 Family Fun Day @ Santikos Entertainment Cibolo:
When: All Day every Tuesday
Where: Santikos Entertainment Cibolo – 18124 I-35, Cibolo, TX 78108
Who: The whole community!!!
Why: Our Santikos business model is unique in that the economic benefits from the operation of our Entertainment venues are channeled back into the community
Weekly Santikos Entertainment Cibolo Specials:
- Monday – Wednesday – $11 Unlimited Arcade Play
- Monday – Wednesday – Half Price Bowling
- Tuesday- $4 Family Fun Tuesdays – $4 Laser Tag, VR Experience, Domestic Draft, House Wine, Large Popcorn, Large Drink, Candy, Pizza, and Chicken Tenders
- Thursday – Kids Bowl Free with One Adult Per Lane
About Santikos Entertainment
Santikos Entertainment is more than a movie theatre. It’s a mission. Santikos Entertainment, formerly Santikos Theaters, was founded in 1911 by Greek entrepreneur Louis Santikos and was owned and operated by his son, John L. Santikos, until his passing in 2014. In 2015 as part of the estate of the late John L. Santikos, Santikos Entertainment was donated to the San Antonio Area Foundation as a lasting gift to San Antonio.
About the San Antonio Area Foundation
The John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation, a fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation, was created by John L. Santikos – entrepreneur, real estate developer and movie theater businessman – who died December 30, 2014. Mr. Santikos gifted the bulk of his estate to the San Antonio Area Foundation to establish his legacy, continue the successful operation of his businesses and make significant annual donations beyond his lifetime. Mr. Santikos had a specific and well-planned vision for how the Area Foundation would direct his support. He identified eight Texas counties along with a set of charitable interest areas for the Area Foundation to administer grants.