This Might Be The Cheapest Thing You Do All Summer

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What parent wants to pay $8 for their children’s tickets on top of theirs, then another $15 or so for snacks?No one? Keep reading … 

In what may or may not be its best business decision ever, Regal Entertainment is offering parents and their brood $1 tickets as part of its Summer Movie Express program. 

Parents can score the tickets on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at 10 a.m. then drag the kiddos to watch flicks like “The Adventures of Tin Tin.” (Sorry, you’ll just have to pay full-price for “The Dark Knight Rises.”)

To sweeten the deal, on Tuesdays members can get a featured popcorn for just $2. Becoming a member is totally free. 

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