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Woodinville, WA / USA - Circa April 2020: Low angle view of the exterior of an AMC movie theater on a sunny day.

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Members of the AMC Movie Chain’s AMC Stubs program can watch movies for just $5 plus tax on Tuesdays through October 2022. The Discount Tuesdays program offers a special price for all available seasons, including tickets purchased in advance on sites like Fandango.

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The only exceptions? IMAX or Dolby Cinema showings, although prices for these experiences also include a discount on the base ticket price. The discount also does not apply to certain fan events, Fathom Events shows, private screenings, film marathons and other types of special events which are typically priced above the standard AMC ticket price.

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AMC Stubs members can also get discounts on some discounts, including the $5 cameo-sized popcorn and soft drink (or 21-ounce ICEE).

Best of all, the discount is available to all AMC Stubs members regardless of their membership level. That means AMC Stubs Insiders, Premiere members, and top-tier A-List members can all enjoy $5 movies.

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However, A-List members get even better benefits on Tuesdays, according to an FAQ on AMC’s website. A-List members typically pay $19.95 per month to watch up to three free movies per week. Tuesday through October, A-List members can instead forgo this benefit and pay just $5 for their own ticket. Or they can use their A-List reservation and let other members of their party take advantage of the $5 ticket benefit. That means the savings really add up all summer long.

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Dawn Allcot is a full-time freelance writer and content marketing specialist covering finance, e-commerce, technology and real estate. Her long list of publications includes Bankrate, Lending Tree and Chase Bank. She is the founder and owner of GeekTravelGuide.net, a travel, technology and entertainment website. She lives on Long Island, New York with a veritable menagerie that includes two cats, a feral kitten, and three lizards of varying sizes and personalities — plus her two children and her husband. Find her on Twitter, @DawnAllcot.

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