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Like the convenience of buying movie tickets online, but hate paying the convenience fee? At $1.50 to $2 per ticket, it’s not hard to see why. Fortunately, there’s a simple work around for that.
I like to go to the movies, but I don’t like to pay for movie tickets, so over the years, I’ve uncovered lots of ways to get free movie tickets. Here are all of my tricks, so you can use them, too.
Last week, my mom, my mother-in-law and my sister-in-law all asked us what we do for TV, phone and Internet. With so many people asking us the same question, I figured I’d share my answer here as well. Because I think it’s a question that lots of people have at the moment. There are suddenly all of these new options and new ways to save, which is fantastic, but also a bit overwhelming. Especially when you consider all the ways that they can be mixed and matched.
So, here’s a look at the combination that we settled on for our family. It’s tailored to our current habits and budget. You may have a completely different set of requirements.