Watch the Presidential Debate on the Big Screen for Free

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It’s a big screen event like no other and you can watch it for free at Regal Cinemas.

We’re talking about the third and final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Oct. 19.

Regal Cinemas is screening the debate live at 206 theaters starting at 9 p.m. EST. You can snag a free ticket to the screening at theater box offices. They’re not available online.

Regal is offering debate attendees a free small soda with the purchase of a popcorn.

Regal theaters also aired the Oct. 9 presidential debate. Steve Bunnell, chief content and programming officer at Regal Entertainment Group, tells the Sun Sentinel that Regal is thrilled to give Americans the opportunity to see Clinton and Trump face off one last time on the silver screen.

“After the success of airing the last debate, including many full auditoriums, we want to continue to encourage our local communities to be engaged in public policy and provide Regal guests the unique opportunity to experience the political process on the big screen.”

Click here to see which Regal theaters are participating in the free screening of the debate.

With more than 80 million viewers, the first presidential debate on Sept. 26 was the most viewed presidential debate in more than 60 years of televised debates.

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