Guests 65 and older can get discounted tickets to see a movie every Monday morning.
Monday mornings are a great time to see a flick and if you’re a senior (age 60 and older), it’s even better because Premiere Cinemas, located at 220 W. Alexander St., offers those that hit a “certain age” the chance to purchase discounted admission tickets of $5.39 to see a feature film on one of its eight screens.
Doors open at 10:30 a.m. with movies starting between 11 and 11:30 a.m. Sit back and relax in a cushy reclining seat and watch Barbie travel to the human world, the Meg chomp on unsuspecting swimmers or the real-life story of Rickey Hill’s journey to play Major League baseball. Monday mimosas will also be on sale for $5 per cocktail.
Premiere Cinemas Director Marcus Beaufils said the special was started to provide a place for seniors to congregate together during the day.“I think there’s just something about having the opportunity for our guests to come in and exhale, there’s something sacred about being able to exhale and be able to relax, so I think we’ve created that experience here,” he said.
Seniors can also join the Premiere Cinemas Insider program, which offers special “insider promos” and perks for additional savings. For more information or a list of showtimes, visit pcmovies.com.