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AMC Theatres Now Offers a $5 Popcorn and Coke Combo on Tuesdays

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AMC Stubs members have something new to celebrate on Tuesdays! As part of the theater chain's free loyalty program, you can now get a popcorn and Coke combo for just $5 before tax.

Stack this offer with the existing $5 Ticket Tuesday deal, and you've got a night at the movies for as little as $10! Keep in mind, however, that AMC describes this special snack combo as "cameo-sized," so they're relatively small.

You'll need to sign up for an AMC Stubs membership to take advantage of this ongoing deal, but the program is free to join.

Get Your $5 Movie Snack Combo

In addition to the Tuesday promotions, Stubs members receive a number of other benefits. The free tier (AMC Insider) gets you the $5 Tuesday deals, as well as free refills on large popcorn purchases. You'll also earn points toward additional $5 rewards.

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If you're an AMC Stubs A-List subscriber, this new promotion is another great way to save even more money. And remember, A-Listers can also buy $5 tickets on Tuesdays for friends and family who don't like signing up for free membership programs.

Curious about becoming an AMC Stubs A-List member? Read our review of the program here



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I'm curious if AMC will let you upsize this combo for the nominal fee. Not a huge deal as they will give you refills.
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Is this a regular price or need a coupon?
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I am a stubs member so I tried this. The cashier told me it was available everyday for stubs members, not just Tuesdays.

Honestly, like all of the concessions, except on rare special occasions, this was overpriced IMO. The drink size is small, but you can refill. However, the popcorn bag is tiny, cannot be refilled or upsized. Not worth $5 I think.
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I am a stubs member so I tried this. The cashier told me it was available everyday for stubs members, not just Tuesdays.

Honestly, like all of the concessions, except on rare special occasions, this was overpriced IMO. The drink size is small, but you can refill. However, the popcorn bag is tiny, cannot be refilled or upsized. Not worth $5 I think.
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It says 53 oz. popcorn. Was that the old small size? My AMCs got rid of the small some time back.
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Wow. $5 "deal" for a drink and a bag of popcorn?

I know it's been a while since I've been to the theater, but this reminds me of why I don't bother. And theaters seriously wonder why people just stay home and wait merely just a few months now for the home video release?
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I'd rather pay $5 to not have to go sit behind some asshat who can't part with their phone for 2 microseconds.
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Wow. $5 "deal" for a drink and a bag of popcorn?

I know it's been a while since I've been to the theater, but this reminds me of why I don't bother. And theaters seriously wonder why people just stay home and wait merely just a few months now for the home video release?
Yeah, they literally sell the cheapest possible items; fountain soda, which costs pennies per drink, and popcorn, also costing pennies per bag, for insane markup. Their cost, probably about 20 cents because of the bag/cup they put it in, selling it for 25x what it costs them because they have you stuck in a theater where they don't allow you to bring food or drink. And that's just for this sale. Normal markup is closer to 50x.
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Wow. $5 "deal" for a drink and a bag of popcorn?

I know it's been a while since I've been to the theater, but this reminds me of why I don't bother. And theaters seriously wonder why people just stay home and wait merely just a few months now for the home video release?
i used to blame theaters for this as well, but it turns out the blame really more lies with the theatrical distribution model, where the studios take most of the cut from ticket sales but this percentage decreases as films stay in theaters..so, theaters have to make their money elsewhere. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fil...on#History
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