Friday, May 23, 2014

Free or Cheap Summer Movie Deals



Free Summer Movie Deals

AMC Theaters: Their Summer Nights program is aimed at adults with 8 blockbuster hits back for a limited time. Show times are Mon-Wed at 10 pm. Tickets are just $3 and benefit charity.
Bow Tie Cinemas – Select locations are showing free kids movies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10am from June 24 to Aug. 20.
Carmike Cinemas – There are whispers here and there of a Carmike summer offer, and there more likely is one, however there’s nothing definitive yet out the ‘net. Look at me, I’m a poet who didn’t know it.
Cinemark Century Theaters: They have two different money saving movie programs. First, pay $5 in advanced and you’ll get tickets for 10 movies! Alternatively, you can buy your tickets at the show for $1 each. Note some Rave Theaters are now owned by Cinemark.
Cineplex: Saturday mornings at 11am through June will feature Cineplex Family Favourites. Watch a family favorite film each week for only $2.50 at participation locations.
Classic Cinemas: Beginning June 11th, Wednesday Morning Movie Series. Each Wednesday morning at 10 am ticket prices are just $1, all movies are rated G and PG.
Harkins Theater: Again, you have two options: Buy a season pass then each movie is less then $1. Or buy tickets the day of the movie for $2 per ticket. Show times are at 9:45 am.
Marcus Theaters: Every Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday mornings at 10am from June 15 – Aug. 13 will feature a favorite family flick for just $2! Popcorn and sodas are $2.50 as well. Finally, you can score 2 free tickets by visiting a participating American Family Insurance agent.
Regal Cinemas $1 Movies – All summer long long you can see select PG movies for just $1 a ticket. Show times are Tuesdays & Wednesdays at 10am.
Studio Movie Grill: Their Summer Children’s Series is every weekday at 11 am. Like the rest, you get a family friendly film only $2 a ticket.
Showcase Cinemas: Their Bookworm Wednesdays allow kids to bring in a book report (6 and under don’t need this) in exchange for free admission! The best I ever got for a book report was the promise of no more book reports.
So there you have it. Like I said earlier, please leave a comment if you know of any programs I missed! 

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