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By Dana Massing Erie Times-News staff blogger
I am a grandchild of the Great Depression and a survivor of more recent recessions. Through my grandparents and parents, I've learned to spend wisely and to save while still being able to live life well. I want to share my discoveries with you and hear yours.   Read more about this blog.
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Posted: April 19th, 2013
Offers cuts cost of attending ‘Big Wedding’ movie

If you want to get a head start on planning your entertainment for next weekend, here’s a way to save a few bucks at the movie theater.

I saw an ad that said you could buy a ticket to “The Big Wedding,” which opens on April 26, and take a guest for free. Technically that depends on how much movie tickets cost in your area.

If you go to www.thebigweddingmovie.com and click on “Get tickets,” a box pops up with an offer for $12 for two admissions to see “The Big Wedding” at participating theaters. So that works out to $6 per person.

In some cities, where a single ticket might cost $12, the offer does get you one free admission. In Erie, it would save you a couple bucks on each adult evening admission or about 50 cents off two matinees. But it’s still a savings unless you’re taking a child or senior.

The deal offer says the ticket for two admissions is good until June 21 or when the movie is no longer in theaters, whichever comes first.

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