Movie Night, Now With A View (& With Pants)

Nothing against spending a weekend binging on Netflix in your underwear, but we’ve got something that’ll kick movie night up a notch. And we’re not talking about a box of wine.

Put on some pants and get out in the great outdoors — well, the great outdoors, Brooklyn style. We’re teaming up with Rooftop Film Club to give one lucky winner 10 tickets to a rooftop film screening set against a view of the gorgeous city skyline, plus $1,000 cash. Catch any screening in August: You’ll have your pick of classics and cult favorites like Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Titanic, Top Gun, and The Godfather. Don’t worry, you can bring your box of wine — the venue’s BYO, and it’ll even supply you with menus from Bushwick’s best restaurants so you can load up on snacks, too. Change out of your jammies, grab nine of your BFFs, and enter to win now!

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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to legal residents of the 48 contiguous United States (excluding Rhode Island), 18 years or older and over the age of majority in jurisdiction of residence at time of entry. Ends 8/18/16 at 11:59 p.m. ET. For Official Rules, click here. Void where prohibited.

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