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You Can Watch Classic Christmas Movies This Holiday Season At Cineplex Across Canada And Tickets Are Only $2.99

Now that it's November 1st, many Canadians are jumping at the opportunity to get into the holiday spirit. While many celebrations won't be taking place until December, something about the transition from Halloween into the colder winter months gets people into the festive mood. 

Luckily for those Canadians who already have their Christmas tree up and decorated, Cineplex is helping celebrate the holidays by showing festive films. Not only are the Christmas movies coming to theatres across Canada, but they are also only $2.99 which will surely make any Scrooge smile. 

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Cineplex always offers discounted tickets as part of their Family Favourites promotions, which you can take advantage of every Saturday morning at 11:00 AM. 

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Now in honour of the holidays, the event is going to be screening some must-see Christmas movies this season. There will be three festive films being shown throughout the last weekend of November and into December. 

Via Smart Canucks

So what holiday movies are available at Cineplex? Literally, the only three holiday movies that you need.

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Get into the holiday spirit on November 17th while reliving your childhood at the showing of Home Alone. If you can't make it to see Kevin's wild holiday, then maybe watch Will Ferrell play Buddy in Elf on December 1st. You can also live out the magic of the Polar Express in 3D on December 8th for the last festive film of the year. 

Considering how busy and expensive the holidays can be for Canadians, why not enjoy a classic holiday-themed movie for a fun (but cheap) celebration! Grab your parents, friends, or partner for an adorable movie date in honour of the holiday season.

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The end of the year is fast approaching and you don't want to miss out on the fun that the Christmas season will bring. If riding on the real Polar Express isn't in the budget, at least you can catch the movie for only $2.99! 

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