Carmageddon Discounts Offered in Westwood and Century City

Check out these incentives to stay in town during Carmageddon II.

Local businesses in the Westwood and Century City areas are offering deals for residents who plan to stay in town and avoid the roads this Carmageddon II weekend.

Here are some of the local discounts:

  • $40 tickets to "By the Way, Meet Vera Stark" at Geffen Playhouse. 
  • Free family art workshop at the Fowler Museum at UCLA.
  • 10 percent off all purchases at Blush Boutique. 
  • Save 15 percent off the total when you buy a Pita or a Wowshi, together with a side order and a drink at Bella Pita. 
  • $10 bucket (Free refills for one year with paid admission) and $1 all beef hot dogs at Regency Bruin Theatre.
  • Receive a 10 percent discount on copy and printing at Westwood Copies.
  • Free appetizer with purchase of $30 or more at Ami Japanese Restaurant.
  • Buy an item and receive a freshwater pearl bracelet at Sarah Leonard Fine Jewelers.
  • Receive 10 percent off on your food bill at Extreme Pizza.
  • 15 percent off cash and carry purchases at Westwood Flower Garden.
  • 15 percent off on processing plus prints on in-store lab at Bel Air Camera & Video.
  • Receive a 10 percent discount at Royal Palace Westwood Hotel.
  • Save 10 percent on food and non-alcoholic beverages at Casa Azul Cantina.
  • Free admission all weekend at the Hammer Museum.
  • Save 10 percent on purchases at Obika' Mozzarella Bar.

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