by: Sydney Broadus, Alix Martichoux, Nexstar Multimedia Cable
Several movie chains are offering families an inexpensive way to escape the heat this summer.
Regal Cinemas is hosting its Summer Movie Express 2022 showing 20 movies for $2, reports WSPA.
According to the company, the $2 movies will only air on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. New movies are not included. Instead, you might be familiar with featured titles including “Madagascar,” “The Lego Movie,” “Despicable Me,” “Shrek,” and “Space Jam.”
Regal Cinemas has locations in 43 states plus Washington, DC, but summer movie offerings will only be found at participating locations.
It doesn’t appear Regal Kansas City is participating, but if you’re planning on traveling, you can check out the list of movies and dates for this summer here, and to see if a nearby theater is participating.
A $2 movie ticket is a substantial saving over the status quo. A quick search of Regal’s site showed movie tickets for some family movies costing upwards of $15 at some locations (though prices vary widely from state to state).
Cinemark is also bringing back its Summer Movie Clubhouse program, which shows selected movies for just $1.50 per ticket at participating theaters. Movies on the schedule this summer include “The Boss Baby,” “Sing 2,” and “Paw Patrol: The Movie.”
The Merriam Cinemark is participating, according to the theater company’s website. Check here for more information.
Liberty-based B&B Theaters is offering its Summer Kids series at select theaters where tickets are $5. Movies like ‘Trolls World Tour’, ‘Tom & Jerry The Movie’ and more are slated for this summer. Get more information and discover the participating cinemas here.
AMC Theaters also offers moviegoers a way to save with its $5 Fan Faves program, which offers select movie tickets for $5 plus tax.
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