Regal Cinemas Kids’ Movies Are Just $1 All Summer Long


There’s no denying it’s been a tough year for kids, full of remote schoolwork, canceled extracurricular activities and more. Summer is quickly approaching, however, which means a bit more normalcy, but inevitably, also boredom.

If you’re already trying to think of fun things for your children to do this summer after such a stressful year, Regal Cinemas is offering $1 family movies for the entire summer. Theater opening times vary, so you’ll want to check your local participating theater for the start times of the films.

The $1 movie of the week plays on both Tuesdays and Wednesdays, so you can either pick a day or go twice. The $1 price tag is for kids and adults, so the whole family can see a movie for just a few dollars.


While some movies are newer, like “Sonic the Hedgehog” and “Doolittle,” which came out in 2020, others are beloved favorites like “Kung Fu Panda” and “Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs.” Take a look at the full list of movies featured in the $1 lineup and note that your location’s list and schedule may differ.

If you can’t make it to these films, Regal also offers a variety of ways to save throughout the year, like Regal Crown Club Value Days, which are available at select locations when you sign up for their membership program. These special events mean you can enjoy discounted movie ticket prices, but times and dates vary by location, so you’ll need to check with your local Regal Cinema.

Every Monday, Regal Crown Club members can also save 25% on candy purchases. On Tuesdays, members can save 50% on popcorn.

You can find your nearest Regal Cinema location by visiting their website. However, note that although in 2019 Regal had  549 theaters in 42 states across the U.S., a little more than 500 of them have reopened following the COVID-19 pandemic and they are following local restrictions on limited capacity.

Enjoy the show!

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