Harkins Theatres will commemorate its 80th anniversary on Sunday, Sept. 22, by giving out freebies to moviegoers.
Harkins will show movies for free Sept. 20-26 at select theaters, including Arrowhead 18, Arizona Mills 25, Chandler Fashion 20, Christown 14, Gateway Pavillions 18, Norterra 14, Park West 14, SanTan Village 16, Scottsdale 101 14, Superstition Springs 25 and Tempe Marketplace 16.
Watch the video in the player above to learn more about the history of Harkins Theatres as Dan Harkinks visits ABC15 Weekend Mornings.
Titles include recent releases like “The Great Gatsby,” “42,” “Epic,” “The Croods” and "Warm Bodies.” Tickets, limited to two per person per show, will be available first-come, first-served at the box office on the day of the screening.
For locations, titles and show times, go to HarkinsTheatres.com/celebrate80 .
Additionally, guests who visit any Harkins theater through Sept. 26 will receive free drink upgrades on any regularly priced fountain drink to the next largest size and free refills on “large” and “extra large” purchases on the same-day visit.
During September, shoppers who purchase 12-packs of Coca-Cola products at select Bashas’, Albertsons, Fry’s and Safeway stores will receive a voucher for a free small drink at any Harkins movie house.
Additionally, Bashas’ shoppers who buy $10 of participating Coca-Cola products will receive a voucher for a free small popcorn and will be entered to win free movies for a year when they use their Bashas’ shopping club card.
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