BOGO General Admission @ Landmark Cinemas


This week Landmark Cinemas & Cineplex Canada have Tuesday movie pricing all week long, but what happens after that? Well, Landmark Cinemas has launched a coupon for buy one get one free on general admission tickets. This offer is valid from September 5th through September 10th but is not valid on Tuesday. So get your hands on this print coupon and head out to the movies with the family.

The last time we wrote about this offer was back in May, but it's about time that they offer this BOGO General Admission coupon again. School is starting any day for most of you, and why not celebrate with your kiddo or hubby by heading out to a movie this coming week and spend some quality time together. It looks like you can either print the coupon or show it on your mobile device to redeem the discount. You can't use this coupon for online ticket purchases though.

Landmark Cinemas Canada always has less crowds and less line ups than Cineplex I find, which suits my preferences a lot more. I hate waiting in line, so why not skip the lines and get a free admission as well? Sounds good to me. Landmark Cinemas still has quite a variety of movies playing though, there are even suitable movies if you have young children. Here are some of the movies currently playing at Landmark Cinemas Canada:

  • Inside Out
  • A Walk In The Woods
  • Straight Outta Compton
  • We Are Your Friends
  • Agent 47
  • No Escape
  • American Ultra
  • The Visit
  • The Perfect Guy
  • Doctor Who Special Cinema Event in 3D
  • Mountain Men
  • and more

I wanted to take my son to see Inside Out but before you knew it we had run out of time. I am glad that Inside Out is coming back to Landmark Cinemas for a limited time, it must be a sign that this movie was meant for my kiddo and I to see. Why not make it an evening out and browse for some restaurant coupons in our Bargainmoose forum?

You can view all the Landmark Cinemas coupons and discounts in our expansive Bargainmoose coupon section.

(Expiry: 10th September 2015)

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