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Thursday, August 26, 2010 - All Day | Cost: $5.33

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Weekly Cinema is a San Francisco start-up deals website that has put together a pretty stellar deal with Fandango that provides you with 3 movie tickets each month for $15.99 (that’s just $5.33 each) with no additional service charges or ticketing fees – you can even get your tix in advance and print at home. Plus if you sign up through this link, you’ll get one additional free movie ticket this month.

Deal Update: We just found out that the $15.99 deal is being retired (leaving you with just a $19.99 deal) so if you only want three movies a month, you’ll have to sign up this week. The deal is valid through August 26, 2010.

  • The Deal: $15.99 for 3 Movie Tickets Each Month [Details]
  • Participating Theaters: Tickets good at any theater serviced by Fandango – AMC Metreon, Century San Francisco Center, Century Daly City, Regal Jack London, UA Berkeley and more. Good at over 16,000 screens nationwide.
  • Which Movies?: Good for any screening, even new releases (up to $14 value)! – See Eat Pray Love, The Other Guys, Piranha 3D, The Switch, The Expendables, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Inception, Vampires Suck… anything!
  • Any fine print?: It’s a monthly subscription (think Netflix, but for movie theaters). But even if you don’t use your movie tickets each month don’t worry – the tickets roll over for two months to give you extra time!

Are Three Movies A Month Enough? If you LOVE going to the movies, Funcheap also has a link to get 4 Movie Tickets a month for just $19.99 ($5.00 per ticket) – plus you get one additional FREE movie ticket this month.

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Cost: $5.33
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