You know that feeling you get when you see an awesome movie trailer that you've been dying to see?
In the heat of the moment, I dash online to check out the showtimes and before I know it, the hefty ticket prices smack me in the face, forfeiting my desire. Depending on how bad my husband and I want to see a movie, we "rate it's worth" on the "scale" of: redbox rental (est. $1.35), video store rental (est. $3) or movie theater (est. $9.50). While it's always cheaper to watch at home, it's fun to have a movie date night out every so often! In this post, you'll learn how to affordably go to the movies and get your popcorn too. And by that, I don't mean smuggling it in your purse…
|Email I received this week|
We all get tons of junk email such as newsletters, special deals and updates that we tend ignore or mark as spam, but today I want to tell you about some "junk mail" that is actually beneficial! For a while now, I have been a member of my local movie theater's newsletter club. Each week I receive an email regarding new movies, weekly showtimes and news – BUT it also includes coupons (SCORE!) While saving 25 cents on an Icee isn't going to puff up your wallet, saving $4.50 on a movie will.
Check out your local movie theater's website and see if they offer a similar club that emails out coupon savings or discounted nights. Oh and with that $4.50 savings, go ahead and reward yourself – movie and popcorn for the price of 1 regular ticket!