new releases, bargain classics and price advice
Latest Entry: May 20th, 2013
Movies are getting more and more affordable for families. Here are a few tips to help your family’s dollar stretch when taking in a movie.
If you live in a city with a dollar theater, that is a great way to get the full theater experience without having to pay regular prices. The movies come out a little later than at regular theaters, but you can still see major movies within a few months of their release.
You can also look to see if your regular theater has family nights.Confused? HereRead the rest of this entry »
Entry Date: March 23rd, 2013
With tickets prices higher than ever, going to the movies is becoming a luxury some families can rarely afford. More often than not, people are waiting for the DVD and having movie nights at home. Of course, this can be a great way to spend an evening together as a family. You can make healthier popcorn or enjoy other snacks without paying the exorbitant movie theater concession prices, take turns picking out movies, and spend quality Read the rest of this entry »
Entry Date: June 20th, 2012
The arrival of summer means the season for summer movies. Whether it’s an action-packed blockbuster or a romantic comedy, you’re sure to find a movie to suit your mood. There are several places online to find movie pricing information.
One popular site is Fandango.com. Billed as “your personal box office,” this site includes pricing information, show times, and special offers. You can also purchase tickets online.
Entry Date: October 3rd, 2011
Watch movies while not paying a lot is pretty easy these days.
A lot of people like to watch movies in the comfort of their own home. Redbox and Blockbuster Express make it super easy. Theres are tons of locations. Most are either in or right outside grocery stores, gas stations or pharmacies. Having many locations close-by makes it super convenient. This allows you to find the movie you want. You can go to a kiosk and hope they have your movie Read the rest of this entry »
Entry Date: September 20th, 2011
Do you love going to the movies, but do not love paying the premium ticket prices? Do you wish there was a way for you to see even more of the hottest new movies, without obliterating your budget? If so, read these tips on how to save on movie theater tickets!
- First, the most obvious tip: go to the theater at matinee times! Seeing movies on a weekday afternoon instead of Saturday night means you will save money, but you will also avoid large crowds and long lines.
- Do not pay for more services than you Read the rest of this entry »
Entry Date: September 8th, 2011
As everything gets more expensive, one way you can save some of your money is when you rent movies. There are a couple tips you can use to watch a good movie and not break your wallet doing it.
If your local library has movies to check out, get a library card and find some movies there. People are always donating movies and books to the library so you never know what you will find when you go. You can keep most Read the rest of this entry »
Entry Date: August 4th, 2011
If you’re sick and tired of breaking the bank just to take the family out to a movie you should consider watching more at home. It’s not quite as new and different but you can set yourself up a nice little movie night for a fraction of the cost at home…here’s how.
Get the Movies: Head to the nearest Redbox or subscribe to Direct Satellite TV and you’ve got Read the rest of this entry »
Entry Date: May 11th, 2011
Sometimes it is just nicer and more comftable to make a movie night or day at home with your family. When you go to the theater to watch a movie it can be frustrating sometimes first of all to wait in the long lines to get in, especially if you have to wait with you little ones which are sometimes impatient. Also the prices for the movie itself and the popcorn or nachos and drinks you and your family want to Read the rest of this entry »
Entry Date: April 27th, 2011
The economy is forcing a number of individuals to rethink their behavior and curb their spending in the area of entertainment. Movie prices, for example, are an aspect of entertainment that has continued to rise sharply over the last several years. It’s only natural for consumers to look for other ways to entertain themselves as prices increase.
Many people have made the decision to simply watch movies at home. It’s not a bad idea at all because the new rise in high definition technology and Blu-Ray movies brings some of the best video and audio quality directly into the Read the rest of this entry »
Entry Date: April 14th, 2011
A night out of the movies can amount to quite an expensive evening. Purchasing everything from tickets to snacks and drinks at the concession stand can add up to a hefty price tag. Going to the movie theater does not have to empty your wallet. There are plenty of things any moviegoer can do to save money while seeing the latest Hollywood release.
One of the easiest ways to save money is to go to a matinee. Movie tickets are typically priced higher in the evening because that is peak viewing time Read the rest of this entry »