How to See a Movie at a Major Theater Chain for $5 This Summer

How to See a Movie at a Major Theater Chain for $5 This Summer
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AMC Theatres’ $5 Ticket Tuesday promotion is back — and “here to stay,” the chain says.

As the name suggests, the offer entails catching a flick on the big screen for $5. It’s available every Tuesday — along with a food-and-drink deal.

$5 Tuesday offers

The hitches of $5 Ticket Tuesday are minor. For example, to take advantage of the offer, you must:

  • Be a member of the AMC Stubs loyalty program, which you can join for free.
  • Buy movie tickets via AMC’s app or website.

Adam Aron, CEO and president of AMC Entertainment Holdings, recently said $5 Ticket Tuesday is meant to attract moviegoers on AMC’s least busy day of the week.

In addition, $5 Ticket Tuesday coincides with a food promotion called $5 Cameo Combo Tuesday. If you take advantage of both offers, you’ll get a movie, popcorn and soda for a total of $10.

AMC Stubs

AMC Theatres’ loyalty program, AMC Stubs, has two levels: Insider and Premiere. You can take advantage of $5 Ticket Tuesday with either membership level.

Joining Insider is free. Until June 10, joining Premiere costs an annual fee of $11.99 — which is 20 percent off the usual price.

To learn about other benefits of these memberships, visit the AMC Stubs webpage.

For more great ways to save money at theaters, check out “14 Easy Ways to Save Big Bucks at the Movies.

What’s your favorite way to save at movie theaters? Let us know below or over on our Facebook page.

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