Whether you go to the movies a few times a year or every week, you’d be foolish not to sign-up for the loyalty program — just the savings. One of the best perks is members get 50% off any size popcorn, with paid admission, every Tuesday. [Read more…] about Regal Cinemas: Get 50% Off Popcorn Every Tuesday
Every Tuesday, the theater offers the chain’s Value Days promo. Unfortunately, it’s the only Regal Cinemas theater in Colorado to do so. (Holidays are excluded.) [Read more…] about Regal: $7 Tickets Every Tuesday at Meadows 12 + 50% Off Popcorn
Here’s an interesting freebie. Laura, Bryan & Claire are big fans of Broadway musicals, but you don’t have to go to New York City to hear musical theater. AccuBroadway delivers. It’s the first multi-channel Broadway radio station and FREE with no downloading required. Simply go to the website and the choose from more than two-dozen channels from classic to modern shows, or choose between decades or composers. We are listening to Chicago, while writing this post.
For movie fanatics, this deal is definitely poppin’! Harkins Northfield 18 and Harkins Arvada 14 are again offering the chain’s annual Loyalty Cup promo. The program rewards frequent moviegoers with low-cost soft drinks throughout 2019. For $6.50 (includes first refill), purchase a 2019 Loyalty Cup and sip on $1.50 soft drink refills every time you visit. [Read more…] about Harkins Theatres: $1.50 Sodas & Free Popcorn in 2019
Frugal movie lovers have known about this deal for years. The price of admission at The Landmark at Greenwood Village (5415 Landmark Pl.) includes complimentary popcorn and soda. (“Complimentary” is just a fancy way of saying, “FREE.”) Yes, the ticket price is slightly higher ($13 for an evening showtime, compared to $11 at other locations), but well worth it for those who enjoy popcorn and soda with their movie-going experience. [Read more…] about Landmark at Greenwood Village Ticket Includes Free Popcorn & Soda
This deal from the Colorado Symphony hits a high note. Teachers and students can purchase $10 tickets (plus fees and taxes) over the phone, online, or in person at the Colorado Symphony box office. Each ticket holder will be asked to show a valid Student or Teacher ID upon purchase and/or ticket pick-up.
To purchase online, use the promo code LISTEN. There is a limit of one ticket per teacher/student ID. All concerts are subject to availability and a limited number of discount tickets are available per performance. For more information, click here. Let the music play!
Ready, set, go! If you’re a fierce competitor and have a friend, spouse, co-worker or roommate with the same quality, you just might have the chance to pack your bags for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. “The Amazing Race” is holding auditions for an upcoming season on Thursday, July 12 at K1 Speed (8034 Midway Dr.) in Littleton. Teams may begin lining up at 9 a.m., with auditions starting at 11 a.m. [Read more…] about Ready, Set, Go! ‘The Amazing Race’ Holds Open Auditions in Littleton
If you weren’t blessed by the musical theater gods in getting a great seat to see “The Book of Mormon”, you still have a prayer. Bryan won last week! Based on his experience, the $25 tickets appear to all be in the front row — 24 in total. If each person selects two tickets, there are a total of 12 winners at each drawing.
The producers are offering low-priced seats for every city on the National Tour via a day-of-performance ticket lottery for the wildly popular Broadway mega-hit. The show plays the Ellie Caulkins Opera House from June 13 through July 7. [Read more…] about Get $25 Tickets For ‘The Book of Mormon’
In the highly-competitive world of concert tickets, any advantage you can get on the secondary ticket market or die-hard fans is invaluable.
Customers have access to an exclusive presale of tickets, 24 hours before they officially go on sale. Buy up to eight tickets with a FirstBank Visa Debit Card or FirstBank Credit Card. Then, pick up your tickets on the day of the event with an ID and the same debit or credit card used for the transaction.
For all the rockin’ details, click here. (Scroll down to “Get Priority Ticketing.”)
Have you ever had a craving for movie popcorn at home? (Movie theater popcorn always tastes better than the homemade stuff, right?) Thanks to Harkins Theatres, you can feel like you’re at the movies, while sitting on your couch. The movie theater sells a Big Party Popcorn to take home for just $10.
Harkins Big Party Popcorn is available every day of the year and perfect for birthdays, office celebrations, holiday parties, any gathering with family & friends and, of course, movie night. We couldn’t find an actual size, but Harkins states the bag is, “Big enough to serve up to 10 of your friends.” Colorado has only one Harkins Theatre at 8300 E. Northfield Blvd. in Denver.
Going to the movies with friends and family is a popular activity, but why not do it “on the cheap”? If you can wait a few months to see the latest blockbuster, check out what’s playing at Elvis Cinemas, a Colorado-owned discount movie theater chain showing second-run movies.
Tickets are $3 before 6 p.m. and $4 after 6 p.m. Even better, sign-up for its Elvis Cinemas Newsletter Club and get a coupon for a FREE small popcorn.
There are three locations — Arvada (5157 W. 64th Ave.), Denver (7400 E. Hampden Ave.) and Littleton (6014 S. Kipling Pkwy.)
You don’t need to be a star to get the “celebrity treatment” at AMC Theatres, thanks to its two loyalty programs. If you go the movies often, you’d be foolish not to take advantage of the benefits. Going to the movies can be expensive, especially for families, so why not earn a few freebies along the way? [Read more…] about AMC Theatres’ Stubs Offers Two Levels of Loyalty Rewards and Perks
There’s now a second location at Sloans Lake! If you have yet to experience Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Littleton (7301 S. Santa Fe Dr.) and Denver (4255 W. Colfax Ave.), you should do so — especially if you’re a fanatical film buff. The Alamo is not your typical movie theater. Named “the best theater in America” by Entertainment Weekly, the cinema has built a reputation as a movie lover’s oasis by not only serving food and drinks, but also hosting unique programming and star-studded special events. They show first-run blockbusters, as well as many classic films, every week. It’s even more thrilling because they serve bottomless popcorn for just $7. (That’s the price of a small popcorn at most other theater chains.) You can add a side of herb parmesan for $1. Wait, there’s more! They serve it with real clarified butter, upon request. Mmm…butter!
Chomping on salty popcorn can work up quite a thirst. And, now, Cinemark Theatres is helping quench your thirst with a FREE refill on large fountain drinks, excluding ICEE and frozen drinks. (To review all of the chain’s concession promos, click here.) The offer is only valid on the same day and you must show your receipt to get the refill. If you didn’t know, AMC Theatres and Regal Cinemas both offer similar refill deals on large soft drinks and popcorn — ask at the concession stand.
Saving money at the box office can be as tricky as the latest suspense thriller…or full of laughs like a comedy. However, we found 8 ways you can be a superstar saver at Regal Cinemas. Even those who must see a film on opening weekend can save a few bucks. The key is to plan ahead and be flexible. (However, Regal Cinemas seems to be making it harder for frugal film fans to save money, as they have stopped or changed some discounts in the past year.) We never pay full-price at the box office or concession stand, so we’re happy to share our money-saving tips and tricks with you. (Bryan is nearing 300,000 points on his Regal Crown Club, so he’s definitely our in-house expert.) Lights! Camera! Discounts! [Read more…] about 8 Superstar Ways to Save at Regal Cinemas