embers of this auto club can buy tickets to Regal, United Artists and Edwards movie theaters for just $8 at their local AAA office.
Costco sells four-packs of tickets for a variety of theaters for $34.99 and ten-packs for $82.99. This is a good deal for families who live in cities where individual tickets cost more than $10. You also can buy tickets in bulk -- at a discount -- at BulkTix.com. A family of four can see a movie for less than $30, and the passes never expire.
Several theater chains have rewards programs that give members the chance to earn free or discounted movie tickets and concessions.
Woroch says that some banks and credit-card companies offer free passes to the theater as part of their rewards programs. Visa Signature offers its cardholders two-for-one movie tickets via Fandango on Fridays. Deutsche Bank debit card users can get one free pass for every ticket purchased through BookMyShow.com. So ask your card company or bank about if it has such reward perks.
For example, Regal Cinemas posts weekly coupons on its Facebook page. Great Escape Theatres has ticket giveaways on its Facebook page.
Daytime showings are usually a couple dollars cheaper (sometimes as much a half the price of an evening ticket).
Many theaters show family-friendly movies in the mornings for free (or just a nominal price) during the summer. Check your local theater's Web site for details.
If you're not in a hurry to see a movie as soon as it's released, you'll save a lot by waiting for it to show in a second-run theater, where you'll pay just $3 to $6.
Yes, drive-in theaters still exist, and they're a great deal. The one closest to where I live charges just $15 for a car load. Drive-ins.com has a searchable database to help you find a drive-in near you.
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