Manny Pacquiao vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr. Live Viewing with Brunch Buffet at The Lake Hotel Tagaytay for P899
- Live screening of the fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. from MGM Grand Garden Arena with no commercial breaks.
- Includes international brunch buffet with serving of coffee or juice, with discount on food and beverages purchased in The Lake Cafe.
- Event staged in the Grand Ballroom of a 4-star hilltop hotel overlooking the waters of Taal Lake.
- Admission for 1 person to watch live-screening of Pacquiao vs. Mayweather at Lake Hotel Tagaytay.
- International brunch buffet.
- 1x serving of coffee or juice.
- 10% discount off food and drinks at The Lake Cafe.
- Complimentary corkage.
- Fight to be broadcast on May 3, 2015 (Sunday): 8am – 1pm.
- Groupon is valid for 1 person.
- Seats are strictly on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Dine-in only applicable to buffet. Takeout not allowed.
- Guest who fail to show upon the scheduled reservation will render the voucher invalid.
- No cash back or credit for any unused vouchers.
- Not valid in conjunction with other promo or discount (Senior Citizen, Gift Certificate, etc.) .
- For transferred/gift vouchers, the person liable for redeeming the voucher shall provide 2 valid ID’, one for the voucher holder (the one who bought the deal) and another one for the person redeeming.
HOW TO BOOK
- Groupons must be redeemed on May 3, 2015 from 8am – 10am.
- Printed Groupons, copy of credit card used, and valid government-issued ID of card holder required upon ticket redemption on the day itself.
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A proficient boxer is measured by his ability to block jabs, evade haymakers, and suck a punch. Proper defense can be a good offense with today’s Groupon to The Lake Hotel: P899 for admission to a live-viewing of Manny Pacquiao vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr.
The gilded domain of the MGM Grand Arena plays host to a momentous clash of two formidable forces in contemporary boxing, Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao. A match only dreamed of by pundits and observers up until recently, the two welterweight titans put title dominion and bragging rights on the line as “Money” Mayweather stands to defend his undefeated streak, while the Pac-Man lunges forth to claim yet another notch in his tracksheet of brawling supremacy. With a showdown set for May 2 (while its local pay-per-view televised counterpart broadcast scheduled on May 3 locally), reality sets in as trash talk and prior disputes clear the way for a full-on bout that’s bound for the history books.
Boasting an undefeated professional track record, Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. currently holds global accolades across five divisions as well as ten world titles, and a two-time induction into Ring magazine’s annals of Fighter of the Year. In addition to his caliber in the ring, the man nicknamed Money has taken to his moniker with an embodiment befitting rankings within lists of the top 50 highest paid athletes of the past three years, including a placing in the top echelon by Forbes.
Right on his opponent’s heels yet making for a worthy contender, Manny “Pac-Man” Pacquiao stands to break Mayweather’s winning streak, bringing a top-notch game of his own with a repertoire of acclaim and championship titles including a sole standing as an eight-division world champion and recognition as Fighter of the Decade by the Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA), World Boxing Council (WBC), and World Boxing Organization (WBO). Beyond boxing, Pacquiao removes the gloves and wears many hats, comprising prior stints as an actor, singer, entrepreneur, as well as political figure by way of re-election into the 16th Congress of the Philippines as of 2013.