Never Pay Full Price for a Movie Again -- Savings Experiment

Never Pay Full Price for a Movie Again
Never Pay Full Price for a Movie Again

Everyone loves seeing a summer flick on the big screen, but no one loves to pay extra fees for buying tickets online. Before you overpay, let's look at some other ways to save on a trip to the movies.

First, if you have children or you're just young at heart, check out Regal Cinemas. Regal offers $1 tickets to kids' movies every Tuesday and Wednesday morning, all summer long. For that price, the whole family can join in on the fun.

If the latest children's release isn't for you, don't worry. Most theaters offer discounts for students and seniors, too. Just bring an ID for proof of age, and if you qualify, you can save up to 60 percent off your ticket.

Next, if you happen to have AAA, it can help you save at the movies. Flash your card at theaters like AMC Bowtie, Showcase and Regal Cinemas, and get up to 40 percent off the regular price of admission.

If these discounts aren't doing it for you, how does a free movie sound? At, you can enter your zip code and view a list of potential theaters that offer free movie screenings. They're not always available, but it's definitely worth a look.

The next time you to head out to see the latest blockbuster, remember these money-saving tips. You'll realize that you don't need to spend big bucks, just to see a movie on the big screen.