Celebrate National Cinema Day with Cheap Sioux Falls Movie Tix
If you have yet to experience the "Barbenheimer" phenomenon, you'll have a great opportunity coming up on Sunday, August 27. According to Dakota News Now, it's the 2nd Annual National Cinema Day and theaters all across the country will be celebrating the end of the summer by selling movie tickets for just $4.
Last year, over 8 million people went to movies on the first National Cinema Day which was organized by The Cinema Foundation, the non-profit affiliate of the National Association of Theater Owners.
More than 3,000 theaters participated and even with the discounted price of what was then $3, theaters raked in 8% more than the previous same-day sales. It was a great day for the movies and moviegoers alike.
So mark this Sunday, August 27, down on your calendar as National Cinema Day, and get out to a movie in Sioux Falls for only four bucks! Besides, is there anything tastier than movie theater popcorn with lots of butter?
Sources: Dakota News Now
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