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Lower Ticket Prices at the Apollo

January 2, 2015
Communications Staff
Photo credit: Jennifer Manna

New lower prices are just another reason to go to the Apollo. In December, the historic movie theater dropped prices and initiated new weekday specials.

Admission to all regularly scheduled films Sunday-Thursday is now just $4. On Fridays and Saturdays, admission to matinees before 6 p.m. is also $4, and films after 6 p.m. are $6. Films for children age 12 and under and seniors ages 60 and over are always $4.

On Mondays, patrons can enjoy a free fountain drink with popcorn purchase and $1 off candy and fountain drinks. On Tuesdays, valid Marquee Rewards Card holders can get a free 32 ounce popcorn.

To see what’s playing at the Apollo, refer to the website.

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