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NBC’s Quantum Leap Day to Offer Discounts to L.A. Metro Area Residents

QUANTUM LEAP -- Pictured: "Quantum Leap" Key Art -- (Photo by: NBC)

To celebrate the premiere of their new Quantum Leap series, NBC is bringing an immersive experience to Los Angeles. Guests can arrive at the Avalon parking lot and go back in time to 1985 through a show that includes tunes, trivia, break dancers and snacks. After they have witnessed the show, attendees can receive discounts and benefits.

The first discount would be gas at .91 cents a gallon, the price it used to have in 1985. The discount can be applied for all three types of gas or diesel, up to ten gallons. No walk ups, RVs, large buses, gas cans, vehicle greater in length of 20 feet, motortrucks or truck tractors can apply. Drivers must be 18+ and have a current valid driver’s license, registration, and insurance to participate.

The second discount would be the Quantum Fandango Ticket Promotion. On Thursday, September 15, a special promotional code will be released, enabling fans to buy a movie ticket for $3.55, available while supplies last. The promo code will publicly be distributed on at 9am PT.

The new version of Quantum Leap premieres on September 19th. In this show, a new team, led by physicist Ben Song (Raymond Lee), has been assembled to restart the project in hope of understanding the mysteries behind the machine and the man who created it. Everything changes, however, when Ben makes an unauthorized leap into the past, leaving the team behind to solve the mystery of why he did it.

Episodes will release weekly on Mondays and be available on Peacock the following day.

Source: NBC Press Release


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