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Gone are the days we had to save up for about 6 months to go to the movies… it’s now more of a reality.
Two cinemas in Western Sydney have announced that they are dropping their ticket prices.
Hoyts in Bankstown and Blacktown will now be charging just $13 for an adult ticket, with seniors, children and student pricing being a small $10 each.
This is a massive drop considering they were charging $21.50 for an adult, $16.50 for seniors, $16 for children and $18 for students.
Hoyts Blacktown manager Kirsten La, hopes that the price change will bring more families into the cinemas, overall, they would be saving up to $8.50 per ticket.
What a great idea, especially during the school holidays!