Alright, if you haven't seen Barbie or Oppenheimer, this weekend is your weekend.

Back for another year, $4 movie tickets are going to be available at participating theaters for "National Cinema Day" on August 27, 2023.

This is the cheapest movie ticket I have ever heard of, and no, it is not just limited to kids!

According to a Billboard article:

National Cinema Day 2023 celebrates “the power of movies to bring us all together,” the organization said in a statement, per USA Today. More than 3,000 theaters will be participating in National Cinema Day, including AMC, Regal and Cinemark.


Tickets will likely sell out, as two of the biggest movies of the decade (Barbie and Oppenheimer) are being played.

So, you will want to buy the tickets early. Like, today early. According to Billboard:

You don’t have to wait until the weekend to buy your tickets for National Cinema Day. Purchase advance tickets online through Fandango, in addition to AMC Theaters, Cinepolis, Regal Cinemas, Cinemark and other movie theaters.

Now, you may run into hiccups or not see the $4 movie option. Have no fear, Logan is here.

You'll want to make sure you select the movie of your choosing and set the date to August 27. If you have August 26 selected, the movie tickets will be fully-priced.

Changing the date should automatically set the ticket price to $4, as long as that theater is participating. The discount applies to matinee and regular-priced tickets.

And no need to sneak your snacks in. According to Billboard, "AMC and other participating theaters will be offering National Cinema Day deals on drinks, popcorn and candy."

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