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Today Is October 3rd And You Can Watch "Mean Girls" In VIP Cineplex Theatres To Celebrate

"On October 3rd, he asked me what day it was." That line was all it took to make the third day in October an international day of celebration for Mean Girls fans everywhere.

In Canada, Cineplex are honouring the cult classic film by showing it at select VIP theatres across the country. Starting at 7 pm today, movie-goers can rewatch their favourite North Shore High School moments in VIP for just $10 per ticket.

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It might not be Wednesday, but fans are free to wear pink if they wish in honour of the Plastics' iconic tradition.

You can purchase tickets for Cineplex's Mean Girls Day online by clicking here, or by visiting a participating Cineplex theatre near you.

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