Published: April 11, 2007
Big Ticket Tuesdays at Cineplex Entertainment Theatres In and Around Ottawa
OTTAWA, ONTARIO - (CCNMatthews - April 11, 2007) - Cineplex Entertainment (TSX:CGX.UN) is very pleased to announce the arrival of BIG TICKET TUESDAYS to theatres in Ottawa. Beginning Tuesday April 17, 2007, the Big Ticket Tuesday value package will include theatre admission, small popcorn, and a regular size fountain drink, all for one low price of $8.95.
"Many of our guests asked us to create a package that included popcorn, fountain drinks and a movie all for one price and we did," said Pat Marshall, Vice President Communications and Investor Relations for Cineplex Entertainment. "Big Ticket Tuesdays have been a huge success in our Winnipeg and Ottawa test theatres so we've decided to expand the program, offering it at all of our theatres in and around Ottawa," said Marshall.
Coliseum Ottawa Cinemas Cineplex Odeon South Keys Cinemas
3090 Carling Avenue 2214 Bank Street
Ottawa, ON Ottawa, ON
Cineplex Odeon Barrhaven Cinemas SilverCity Gloucester Cinemas
131 Riocan Avenue 2385 City Park Drive
Barrhaven, ON Gloucester, ON
This new low Tuesday ticket price arrives just in time for a great lineup of blockbuster films to be released next month. Moviegoers young and old can experience any of these much anticipated films: Spider-Man 3, starring Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst; Shrek the Third, an animated film featuring the voices of Mike Myers and Eddie Murphy; and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, starring Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom. These are among many other films scheduled to play this summer.
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