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You Can Upgrade And Watch Movies Like A VIP For Free At Cineplex In Ontario This Month

Have you always wanted to try out the VIP theatres at Cineplex but find it too expensive and too hard to justify? Well, now's your chance to watch movies in luxury! Now until August 29, you can get a free Cineplex VIP movie upgrade for any movie playing in the Cineplex VIP theatres.

This offer is only for those aged 19+ since you can enjoy a beer, eat food, and watch a movie on the big screen all at once.

According to Redflagdeals.ca, pricing can depend on where in Ontario you're located. VIP ticket prices usually cost about $25.99 and, again depending on where you are, some general admission tickets cost about $14.99. Think of the savings!

A Cineplex spokesperson confirmed to Narcity that the promo is running at all of the cinema's VIP locations across Canada, 21 theatres in total.*

The VIP locations in Ontario where you can snap up this great deal are:

  • Cineplex Cinemas Queensway, Etobicoke
  • Cineplex Cinemas Kitchener
  • Cineplex Odeon Westmount Cinemas, London
  • Cineplex Cinemas Markham
  • Cineplex Cinemas Oakville
  • Cineplex Cinemas Lansdowne, Ottawa
  • Cineplex Cinemas Yonge-Dundas, Toronto
  • Cineplex Cinemas Pickering
  • Cineplex Cinemas Don Mills, Toronto
  • Cineplex Cinemas Varsity, Toronto
  • Cineplex Cinemas Yonge-Eglington, Toronto

With great movies to check out in theatres, this is a perfect chance to catch up on any movie you've been wanting to see, whether it's Seth Rogen's new venture "Good Boys" or any of the other great movies that are around right now. And now, whatever you choose, you can watch it in comfort!

Make sure to arrive on an empty stomach to try some of the great menu choices that they have to offer.

In order to get this offer, all you have to do is head over to a Cineplex VIP theatre or just do it online.

Pick a movie and feel good spending less on something more. No promo code is required online to redeem this offer. One thing to note is that Cineplex's discounted general admission on Tuesdays will not apply towards the VIP promo.

These comfy, reclinable chairs are ready for anyone to have a fun night out. It's a perfect date idea or just a night out with some friends.

Don't forget, this awesome deal ends on August 29, so take advantage while you can. This is a perfect way to end off your summer nicely.

This article has been updated.

Free VIP Upgrade at select Cineplex theatres

Price: $14.99

When: Aug. 19 - Aug. 29

Address: Any Cineplex VIP theatre

Why You Need To Go: It's just the perfect opportunity to watch a movie you've been wanting to see, in comfort and luxury.

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