What’s The Deal With Dealflicks?

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So many factors go into movie watching: What theatre to go to, what movie to see, what time to go, etc. However, most of us pass on going to an actual theatre because of these following deterrents: The cost of tickets and concessions and wondering if the film will live up to the hype of the trailer. What if I told you there was an App to make this process less painful? Listen up and let me introduce you to www.dealflicks.com.

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Dealflicks started three years ago by founders Sean Wycliffe and Kevin Hong with one clear goal in mind: To bring people back to the movies! They’ve succeeded by making a platform (app and web) that everyone can understand and use, but more importantly… it’s convenient and there’s never any extra fees. Think of Priceline or Groupon for movies! Essentially customers get the same movies they know and love at their favorite theaters for up to 60% off! They are already working with about 600 theaters across the country and are adding more each week! They’ve already sold their millionth ticket and concession in just 3 years!

Residents in communities from New York to Los Angeles (and everywhere in between) are now able to get movie tickets and combo deals at deep discounts. All prices include tax, and unlike other online movie ticket websites, there are zero convenience fees, meaning the price you see is the price you pay. You can find the Dealflicks iPhone App and Android App on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. Plus, if you refer a friend, you earn $5! Who doesn’t love free money?! For example, 40% off tickets to see the new flick “The Perfect Guy” with Sanaa Lathan, Michael Ealy and Morris Chestnut. Be prepared, though, the discount varies depending on the theatre.

I tried it out myself to see just how quick and easy it was. I entered in my zip code to see if any deals were offered in my area (Manhattan). Unfortunately, the theaters I found that were enrolled weren’t close to me. The ones listed were in Teaneck, NJ, Tenafly, NJ, Bergenfield, NJ and Douglaston, NY. If you live in NYC, then you know most of us do not have cars to go to a theatre in New Jersey. Hopefully as they progress, the theaters in NYC will get on board because it’s a great opportunity to fill up movie theaters once again.


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