- In honour of March Break, Cineplex theatres in Quebec will be airing five films next week for only $2.99.
- The films will be screened during the mornings of March 2-6, and are the most-watched children's film of this year.
- Get more info below!
Quebec's Spring Break is scheduled for next week and that means many people will take the opportunity to take some time for themselves and rest. And, if you want to get out of the house and do something a little different than your usual Netflix & Chill, but don't want to spend too much, Cineplex theatres are going to be showing movies for only $2.99 during the first few days of March. With the cold weather coming our way, this is the perfect date idea — if you and your date are into children's films, that is.
The entertainment company has a history of offering programming for less than $5 during their Family Movies events.
Last fall, and during the months of January and February 2020, fans of children's films had the opportunity to watch several of them at low prices.
This special programming will go on during Quebec's March break, which is from March 2 to 6, 2020.
The following is a screenshot of all the participating theatres in Quebec.
So basically, no matter where you are in the province, you'll be able to take advantage of this cheap movie offer.
"Participating theatres will hold daily morning screenings of some of the most popular animated films of the past year," Cineplex told Narcity in an email release.
These films include The Addams Family, Missing Link, Arctic Dogs, and two Paw Patrol movies.
So, this is the perfect opportunity to take some time to relax during your Spring Break and watch a movie that can entertain people of all ages.
And at that price, you'll be able to buy a second ticket to see another movie that's playing and make a whole day out of it!
Low-Cost Movies At Cineplex Theatres
When: March 2 - 6, 2020
Address: In all participating Cineplex theatres in the country
Why you have to go: Because, at that price, you can't say no to going to see a movie!
This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.