After months of being closed, two of the biggest movie theater companies plan to reopen this week for the first time after closing because of COVID-19.
AMC Theaters plan on opening on August 20, and they will only be charging $0.15 per ticket on opening day.
“As part of AMC’s Centennial Celebration, all AMC U.S. theatre locations that open on August 20 will offer all available seats for all movies that day for the 1920’s admission price of 15 cents each (while offered on all available seats, to achieve social distancing overall seating capacity will be significantly reduced),” according to an AMC press release.
Regal Cinemas will reopen this week on August 21 with new health and safety measures. In all locations, both AMC and Regal will be requiring all guests and staff to wear face coverings and practice social distancing standards. You can visit AMC’s website and Regal’s website to learn more details.