Who Doesn't Love a Bargain?
Fort Worth movie theaters entice film fans with $3 tickets on National Cinema Day
In perhaps an effort to bolster flagging box office numbers, movie theaters in Fort Worth and across the country will be offering tickets for all screenings on Saturday, September 3 for just $3 per person as part of National Cinema Day.
Participating chains in the Dallas-Fort Worth area include AMC Theatres, Cinemark, Alamo Drafthouse, Studio Movie Grill, Regal Cinemas, Angelika Film Center, Look Dine-In Cinemas, and more.
As a bonus, AMC is offering their drink and popcorn cameo combo for $5; Cinemark is offering small popcorn, medium fountain drinks & ICEEs, and any-size candy for $3 each; and the Angelika is offering popcorn and soda of any size for $3 each. Other chains may also be offering extra deals; check with your preferred theater for options.
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