Cineplex Cineplex Family Favourites: $2.99 Admission to The Greatest Showman, Paddington 2 + More Every Saturday & Wednesday! $2.99 Admission for Family Favourite Movies!

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If you're looking for an affordable way to escape the summer heat, then you'll want to grab the kids and head to your local Cineplex theater to watch selected family favourite movies for just $2.99!

During July and August, head into a participating theatre to view family favourite movies every Wednesday & Saturday at 11 AM! Admission is just $2.99 (tax included), and SCENE members will still get 25 points on your ticket purchase. A portion of the proceeds will also go towards WE charity.

Here's a look at some of the upcoming films:

  • July 14 & July 18: Ice Dragon - Legend of the Blue Daisies
  • July 21 & July 25: The Greatest Showman
  • July 28 & August 1: The Princess Bride
  • August 4 & August 8: Sherlock Gnomes
  • August 11 & August 15: Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle
  • August 18 & August 22: Peter Rabbit
  • August 25 & August 29: Paddington 2

Tickets are available for purchase online at the box office. This offer is only valid at participating Cineplex theatres --click here to see if your local theatre is taking part in this event!

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    • Watching Elf is our Christmas tradition. It'll be a great to watch it on the big screen. Thanks!
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    • Thanks for sharing
      Do we get 100 scene points per $2.99 purchase?
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    • cashinstinct wrote:
      Jan 20th, 2018 9:03 am
      Thanks for sharing
      Do we get 100 scene points per $2.99 purchase?
      25 points only
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    • Is the Emoji movie good for a 5 yr old?
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    • Family Favorites has been going on for Years over the winters here in Winnipeg. We go all the time.

      Spiderman Homecoming last week, DM3 a few weeks ago, WonderWoman not to long ago. We can take the entire family and sneak in drinks and snacks for $12.
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    • asif9t9 wrote:
      Jan 20th, 2018 10:23 am
      Is the Emoji movie good for a 5 yr old?
      Only if you hate the kid
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    • sprung wrote:
      Jan 20th, 2018 10:34 am
      Only if you hate the kid
      LOL! That made me laught out loud, that comment.
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    • asif9t9 wrote:
      Jan 20th, 2018 10:23 am
      Is the Emoji movie good for a 5 yr old?
      my 6 yr old and my almost 3 yrd old liked it
      and no, I don't hate them 😂
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    • Well my wife took our girl and they both enjoyed it.
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    • Redeem 2 from my account, time to watch movie. One question how much is 4 years kids ticket price, if $1 for kids, I go with Wife , else they watch movies alone.
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    • [removed]
      I'm looking forward to seeing Fanatstic Mr Fox again in the theatre too. We saw it the first time around and many times at home, love that one and the soundtrack as well.
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    • the daughters loved the lil pony
      dang, they getting used to going to the theater 😃
      maybe next time I'll be able to cop a code too
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    • Do you get Scene points when redeeming using Airmiles code?
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    • Unfortunately, no. Actually, it's probably for the best, so only people that actually want to go and see the films will get tickets.
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    • I’ll post free codes wen I get them. I thought it was new movies lol
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    • sprung wrote:
      Mar 10th, 2018 7:45 am
      Bump Fantastic Mr Fox today
      Nice. Just got 4 tix through airmiles. I have time to cut up some fruit, pack some goldfish and fill their water bottles. Cheap day! Until we head to one of the chain restaurants close to the theatre for lunch lol.
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    • Aggy wrote:
      Mar 10th, 2018 9:13 am
      Nice. Just got 4 tix through airmiles. I have time to cut up some fruit, pack some goldfish and fill their water bottles. Cheap day! Until we head to one of the chain restaurants close to the theatre for lunch lol.
      You are not supposed to take your own food to the theatre! Now that I’ve said that.... everyone does it. Lol
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    • santafe wrote:
      Mar 31st, 2018 12:00 pm
      You are not supposed to take your own food to the theatre! Now that I’ve said that.... everyone does it. Lol
      I usually bring M&Ms, licorice/nibs, etc. as it's easy to hide a pack or ziplock bag in your sweater pocket. I usually do end up buying a drink--coffee, ice cream float (VIP), etc. though. Being a guy you really can't get much in there, not like you can show up with a bag that's clearly from the dollar store LOL. Chicks have a much easier time since they can just load up their purse and walk right in.
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