Monday, December 26, 2005

Cheap Movie Tickets

It's free to borrow movies from the public library, including recent hits and kiddie favorites. But if you simply must see Blockbuster first-run movies (aka budget busters), here's a frugal option:

Although first-run movie chains charge as much as $10 a head for tickets, various AAA Auto Club offices sell discount movie tickets to auto club members for far less than standard fares. For example, in South Florida, our local AAA Auto Club charges $5.67 each AMC Theatre movie tickets and $6.05 for Regal Cinema. And there is no minimum purchase.

Meanwhile, Regal Cinema sells group tickets for $6 (restricted for the first weeks of new releases) and $7 a ticket; AMC sells discount tickets for $5.50 (restricted) and $7.00. Both companies require a minimum purchase of 50 tickets. You can split the cost with others; or use extra tickets as gifts.


Anonymous said...


I agree 100% with your concept. I'm always at the Library getting books or movies, and I never have to pay. Keep up the good work.

Frugal Duchess: Sharon Harvey Rosenberg said...

Thanks so much for your comment!
I appreciate the feedback.
Take care!