Pay R75 for a ‘10 shooter package’ worth R150 at Drop Zone (save 50%)

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In a Nutshell

  • Save 50% on 10 shooters between 2 people
  • Top local DJ's
  • Located on vibey Hatfield Square

The Fine Print

  • Order shooters within 15 min of the hour 
  • Groupons valid Mon to Thu
  • All orders must be placed with same barman - an account will be created with your voucher number
  • Groupon redeemable for 3 months
  • Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
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Smart people always talk about getting your five-a-day. Be sure to get your five-a-day with today’s Groupon deal: five shooters for you and a friend at Drop Zone for R75.

The ‘shooter package’ consists of ten hard hitting, tummy tingling shooters to be shared by two people. Shooters are served on the hour, so when the clock strikes 10, the party kicks off with a Poncho, not a bang. At 11pm the hormones and adrenalin start pumping with a Libido. Dynamites are served at midnight after which the dance floor explodes. For those still standing at 1am, there’s no better way to start the day than with Sours. End the night or get ready for round two with a Cuervo Gold Tequila at 2am.

Please note: Be sure to pick your barman wisely – he’ll open an account on your voucher number and be your go-to man for the rest of the evening. Please note again: The barman is not included in the deal as he is expected home before sunrise.

Located in Hatfield Square, Drop Zone attracts life and flavours from all over Pretoria and especially Tuks (TUKS) campus. Boasting some of the biggest DJ’s in the industry (figuratively), Drop Zone pulsates with beats that shake up the square (literally). No under 21’s are allowed and it’s suggested you leave all guns, drugs and attitudes at home. 

Shooter fact: The first shot glasses were made from acorn shells. This gave the alcohol a nutty taste and led to the commonly used phrase ‘as nutty as a shooter drinker’. Back then hangovers were seen as a form of madness.  

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