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Joe Redifer
You need a beating today

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From: Denver, Colorado
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I haven't paid to see a movie in forever, and of course I refuse to now even though I am out of the biz. Back when I was in the biz, I think adult tickets were around $7 for a non-matinee show.

What do adult tickets cost nowadays? Also please mention your theater chain so that you can get suspended since your corporate office is undoubtedly full of morons.

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Dominic Espinosa
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 - posted 04-04-2005 06:51 PM      Profile for Dominic Espinosa   Email Dominic Espinosa   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
5.00 BG Mat
7.75 General
3.50 Bargain Day (Select Features)
Child/Senior same as BG Mat
Chain: C Dub

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Martin Brooks
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 - posted 04-04-2005 06:59 PM      Profile for Martin Brooks   Author's Homepage   Email Martin Brooks   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Most NYC theaters, including Regal and Loews, generally charge $10.25 to $10.50 for an adult admission. With rare exceptions, NYC theaters do not charge less for daytime admission.

I don't remember what I paid to see Star Wars and Close Encounters back in 1977, but $10.50 in 2005 dollars is $3.32 in 1977 dollars, and I think that's about right....probably paid around $3.50 back in 1977.

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Chris Brown
Expert Film Handler

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From: Fairport, NY, USA
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Adult Matinee: $6.25
Adult Eve: $8.75
Student All Day: $6.50
Child and Senior All Day: &6.25

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Mike Spaeth
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Adult Evening - $7.75
Student - $7.00
Adult Matinee - $6.00
Child/Senior - $5.00
Twilight (all tickets from 4-6) - $5.00

Subrun
All Shows $1.00
Tuesday $0.50

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Jarryd Beard
Expert Film Handler

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Adult: $7.00
Child (3-11): $5.00
Student (Post-secondary/secondary): $5.25
Matinee: $5.25
Senior: $5.25

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Don Furr
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From: Sun City, Ca USA
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 - posted 04-04-2005 09:30 PM      Profile for Don Furr   Email Don Furr   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Just got back from LA tonight. Prices at the Arc Light...
Adults 14.00
Seniors 9.75
Kids...same as adults (if I remember correctly)
Not that much here in Atlanta....YET!!!

Don

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Sam Graham
AKA: "The Evil Sam Graham". Wackiness ensues.

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Des Moines area first-run ticket prices range from a high of $8.25, to a low of $7.00. If you're willing to drive to Ames, you can pay $6.75 Friday/Saturday or $6.50 weeknights at Cinemark Movies 12.

Matinee prices are much closer...$5.25 on the high end, $5.00 on the low. Cinemark in Ames is again the cheapest at $4.75. The very first show Mon-Fri is $4.25.

What I've found is that the real ticket increases have been in the matinee period. Less than ten years ago, matinees in areas I frequent were rarely more than $3 or $4. Now they're as high as $7.50. Evening shows at the time were $6 to $7. Now they're $7 to $9.

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Anslem Rayburn
Master Film Handler

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Independent Theater

Adult Matinee : $5.50
Adult Evening : $7.50
Children (3-13): $4.50
Seniors (60+) : $4.50
Students (college/high school): $5.50

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David Stambaugh
Film God

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Regular (non-bargain) adult evening prices in Eugene/Springfield are $7.00 at the low end (Regal on slow weeknights) to $7.75 at the high end (Cinemark on weekends). Cinemark raised their prices when Oregon's minimum wage increased to $7.25/hr on Jan 1st. I think Regal held the line.

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Mike Blakesley
Film God

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Clearly, we need to raise ours. (We are an indie)

Adult $5.75
Child $4.00
Senior $3.00

Monday Discount or matinee - Adult $4.50

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Paul Mayer
Oh get out of it Melvin, before it pulls you under!

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From: Albuquerque, NM
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Century Suncoast 16
Adults $9.00
Matinees (all shows before 6pm) $6.00
Kids (3-11) Seniors (65 and up) $5.50

Regal Village 18
Adults $9.00
Matinees $6.00
Kids and Seniors $5.25
Students $7.00

Brenden Palms and IMAX
Adults $9.00
Matinees (all shows before 6pm) $6.00
Kids (3-12) and Seniors (60 and up) $5.50
IMAX $9.75

Las Vegas Drive-In
Admission $6.00
Tuesday Special $4.00

Tropicana Cinemas (independent subrun)
Admission $2.00
Tropicana Dog $1.00
Candy Combo (Lg popcorn, Lg soda, plain or peanut M&M or Skittles, 1 free refill each on soda and popcorn) $9.00
Nacho Combo (Lg soda, nachos, 1 soda refill) $5.00

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Adam Fraser
Master Film Handler

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 - posted 04-05-2005 12:02 AM      Profile for Adam Fraser   Author's Homepage   Email Adam Fraser   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Independant

Adult $6.00
Child $4.00

Mondays in the off season- $4.00 (When the film company lets us do discounts)

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Tracy Bellar
Film Handler

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From: Sciotoville, Oh.
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 - posted 04-05-2005 12:23 AM      Profile for Tracy Bellar   Author's Homepage   Email Tracy Bellar   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Wheelersburg Cinema 6, Wheelersburg, Ohio

$6.00 adult
$4.00 Child & Senior

$4.00 Tuesday night and all matinee shows
But we get them at the stand.

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Jeremy Fuentes
Mmmm, Dr. Pepper!

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From: Corpus Christi, TX United States
Registered: Jan 2004


 - posted 04-05-2005 07:19 AM      Profile for Jeremy Fuentes   Email Jeremy Fuentes   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
$4.00 matinee
$5.00 evening

Free for me!!

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