Celebrate National Cinema Day this Sunday with a $4 movie in Seattle.
This one-day event is being launched nationwide for the second consecutive year by non-profit The Cinema Foundation in an effort to draw a larger audience to the movie theater. More than 3,000 theaters will be participating, including national chains such as Regal and Cinemark. You can choose from over 20 Seattle theaters and a wide variety of movie showings for just $4 this Sunday, August 27. This is the perfect way to catch any summer blockbuster that you may have missed, such as Barbie or Oppenheimer.
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In addition to the $4 ticket price, moviegoers on National Cinema Day will get to enjoy an exclusive sneak peek of upcoming titles that are hotly anticipated this fall. Some theaters such as AMC are also offering discounts on popcorn and beverages.
“Building on the unprecedented success of last year’s inaugural National Cinema Day, the Cinema Foundation is calling on film fans across the country to gather for a national day to celebrate the magic of the movies on the big screen,” said the National Cinema Foundation in a statement.
There are over 20 participating movie theaters in Seattle and the surrounding area, including in Bellevue and Kirkland. These include Regal, Cinemark, and AMC theaters as well as Seattle institutions such as SIFF Cinema. This is a great chance to save money while getting to see a newly-released film. There will also be showings of older classics as well, such as Jurassic Park and Beauty and the Beast.
To view the participating theaters near you as well as showtimes, you can visit the National Cinema Day website and input your location.
Note: the $4 price does not include tax or ticket fees.