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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

132. Cheap Movie Date Night = $10 Total

Wow, movies CAN be a really cheap date idea!
And I'm not talking about DVD movies either! Watching movies are not usually a cheap date idea anymore.... Except a few special secret spots offer movie tickets at ONLY $2-3 per person ($5 for 3D). Boy, I don't remember movies being this cheap even when I was a kid! So you might say, "Sure, the movie tickets might be cheap, but the food and drink add up to a pretty penny." Well, how about 10 bucks total for a Movie Date Night? Yes, only $10 for 2 movie tickets, 2 popcorns AND 2 sodas. That's one for each of you, no sharing required, even though it's more romantic that way in my opinion.

Here is a list of the special secret spots for cheap movie theatres:
(1) 4 Star Cinemas in Garden Grove
  • $3 every Tuesday and Thursday all day 11 AM - 9 PM
  • $5 for 3D, only 2 bucks more on Tuesdays and Thursdays
(2) Regency Theatres every day at multiple locations
  • $3 EVERY day ANYTIME in Huntington Beach or Ventura
  • $2 before 6 PM at the Pasadena location (even on weekends, AKA matinee)
  • $3 after 6 PM in Pasadena
  • $10 Total for the Movie Date Night Special on Wednesday nights only after 6 PM in Pasadena or Ventura
  • Click HERE to find a Regency Theatre near you
In order to be more affordable, the films typically have been out for awhile in theatre. But now you can watch The Hurt Locker, award winner of 6 Academy Awards, and don't have to wait for it on DVD. I personally recommend Sherlock Holmes and It's Complicated playing at Regency Theatres. I might have to drag my man to see Alice in Wonderland in 3D (which is still a fairly new release) for only $5 at 4 Star Cinemas. I don't think anything can beat this deal besides a free movie like Cheap Date Idea #125. Enjoy!

Approximate cost of creative date idea = $3 pp or $10 Total for the Movie Date Night Special.
Actual value of the cheap date idea = $16-40 Total.
Kiss & Tell Date Idea by @OCDeals & @mamimaria
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