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How to See Unlimited Movies in the Theater for $9.95 Per Month

One thing we do much less frequently since having kids, but still really enjoy when we find a way, is heading to the movie theater to watch a movie. The movie theater we prefer near us has those fancy recliner seats, serves real food and drinks to your seat, and really makes for a fun, though often expensive, evening. Even if you skipped the food and drinks, movie tickets alone are approaching $20 in pricey cities and theaters, and are… The post How to See Unlimited Movies in the Theater for $9.
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