If you’ve ever wanted an entire cinema to make your own exhibition of your favorite films, this is your chance. Now, you can organize a private screening for you and up to 19 other people On cinemas AMC from $ 99 dollars plus tax.
It is a company strategy to bring moviegoers back by letting them rent entire auditoriums in different cities of the country, months after the coronavirus pandemic closed the establishments.
The cost for all equipment ranges from $ 99Y $ 349 dollars and it will depend on the movie and the location of the room.
Currently exist 34 movies to choose from, including classics like Jurassic Park, The Empire Strikes Back or animations for children like Monsters, Inc., Madagascar, and Halloween and Day of the Dead movies like Hocus Pocus, The Conjuring 1 and 2 or Coco.
Most of the older releases cost $ 99 dollarswhile newer movies like The Broken Hearts Gallery or Unhinged are priced at $ 149 dollars.
The price does not include the famous buttered popcorn or M & Ms candied peanuts, which can be ordered in advance through food stamps as cash is not accepted in candy stores in cinemas.
If you want to bring your own food, AMC will charge you $ 250 for the catering service. It also does not allow food that is already being sold in its cafeteria or that requires heating.
So you don’t have any surprises there are other extra charges, depending on what you are looking to do. For example, if you need a microphone to welcome your family and friends then that service will cost you $ 100 dollars more.
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In addition, you must follow the safety protocols for COVID-19 and wear a mask since the company will continue to carry out health examinations to its collaborators and sanitize the spaces and movie theaters using sprinklers, disinfectants and ensuring that its air conditioning systems have HEPA filters.
You can find a full list of theaters offering this new service to make a reservation online through the chain’s website.
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