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Cineplex offering 4 years of movie for National Cinema Day on August 27

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Cineplex will offer 40 tickets on Sunday, August 27th, to National Cinema Day.

The theatre chain says this reduced rate applies to all movie, show and admissions (includes IMAX and VIP). That company notes that its controversial $1,50 booking fee will still apply to all online purchases. This fee is rammed to $1 for Scene members. Scene+ subscribers and who buy in theatres can completely avoid it.

One of the major films in the theatre, Barbie, Oppenheimer, Blue Beetle, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem andMission: Isn’t an impossible Dead Reckoning. A new film, called SonysGran Turismo, will open on August 25th and the 25th. The national Cinema Day tickets are currently being bought on the Cineplex on Wednesday, October 23rd.

Since the news that Cineplex mentions the fee in its landing page for National Cinema Day, it is quite obvious the fact that its website genuinely encourages a lot of advertising in the past year. This is likely to be a response to the lawsuit brought by the Competition Bureau, which claims Cineplex’s booking fee misleading consumers.Last month, Cineplex was also under fire for quietly increasing the prices ofBarbieandOppenheimerat select theatres in a procedure known as dynamic or variable pricing.

As a alternative to Cineplex, the Cinemas Guzzo, Cinemas Cine Entreprise, Imagine Cinemas, Landmark and Magic Lantern Theatres, are some of the other Canadian theatres participating in the 4th National Cinema Day ticket promotion. Here is an explanation.

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