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Movie Theaters Are Offering $4 Tickets This Sunday

Movie Theaters Are Offering $4 Tickets This Sunday

This Sunday, it’s time to catch up on the blockbuster movies you may have missed this summer.

In celebration of National Cinema Day, 3,000 movie theaters around the country are selling tickets for just $4 each — in all formats and at all showtimes.

It’s the second year theaters are celebrating this event. Last year’s inaugural National Cinema Day brought in 8.1 million moviegoers who purchased $3 tickets on Saturday, Sept. 3. It ended up being the highest attended day of the year for theaters. Who would have thought that cheaper tickets would result in more viewers?

This year, the event is a week earlier, occurring on Sunday instead of Saturday, and costs $1 more. But considering the average movie ticket costs $10.53, no one is complaining about the price.

Audiences will also have a wide range of options to choose from. Not only are theaters discounting tickets to summer blockbusters like Barbie and Oppenheimer, a few older films are returning to the big screen. Jurassic Park, American Graffiti and Greta Gerwig’s debut film Lady Bird will also be available in theaters.

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