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This is your sign — SATXtoday fall edition

Let us help you take a chance on an adventure.


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Remember our first “This is your sign” game? We sure do.

While we love showcasing all the fun things to do in the Alamo City, we know that sometimes making a decision is the hardest step. Today, we’re sharing our SATXtoday fall edition to help you take the next step this season of change.

Here’s how to play: Choose one of the letters in our name — S, A, T, or X — whichever seems to draw you in. After you’ve decided, we’ll set you up on a sort of blind activity. Trust us, you won’t regret it.

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SStream a movie in your backyard. With cooler days ahead, why not bring your friends together for a movie night with an inflatable screen rental.

AAsk for some advice. Beginning a new project or hobby can be intimating, but did you know there is a whole community on Reddit that is willing to help you get started? Biking clubs, tennis meetups, you name it.

TTake a road trip. Word on the street is that there’s this incredible pumpkin hunting guide going around with plenty of picturesque patches that are worth the drive.

X Experience something new. Whether you’re a real thrill seeker or just looking for some fun, check out what’s new at Six Flags this season.

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