Posted on March 12, 2014

2017 Regal Cinemas $1 Summer Movies Schedule

Regal Cinemas $1 Summer Movies Schedule

I am so happy to see this discount movie program back for another summer season!

The 2017 Regal Cinemas Summer Movie Express information has been posted.

2017 Regal Cinemas $1 Summer Movies Schedule

Moviegoers of all ages can climb aboard to enjoy a great selection of films. During this 9-week festival, select Regal Cinemas, United Artists and Edwards Theatres will offer selected PG rated movies for only $1 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m.  Please remember – the schedule varies by location.  Check out their $1 movie schedule, put in your zip code, and search your specific theater’s schedule.

The 2017 list of participating theaters has been posted!  Find theaters near you that participate and now you can check out when they start this program.  The week that your theater starts the program is week ONE.  Find a theater near you here.

Movie listings by week*.  Many theaters are playing BOTH movies BOTH days!

1 Kung Fu Panda 3
1 Ice Age: Collision Course

2 Trolls
2 Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked

Monster Trucks
3 Penguins of Madagascar

Rio 2
4 The Boxtrolls

The Secret Life of Pets
5 Sing

Kubo and the Two Strings
6 Ratchet and Clank

The Spongebob Square Pants Movie: Sponge Out of Water
7 The Adventures of Tin Tin

Happy Feet 2
8 Cats & Dogs 2: The Revenge of Kitty Galore

Storks
9 The Lego Batman Movie

* Different theaters start this program on different dates.  That is why the website lists the movies by week 1, 2, 3, etc.  You will need to look up the program start date for your local theater – that is Week 1.

Regal Cinemas $1 Summer Movies Schedule

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  • Samantha

    Just wondering when is the first week as no dates are listed? Also is the price of $1 for adults too or just for the kids?

    • The start date differs by location – that’s why there are no dates. Follow the link in this post to get to Regal’s site – find your local participating theater and it will tell you what date the program starts. $1 for everyone – regardlless of age. :)

  • Deb

    When does this begin?

    • It begins on different dates at different theaters. Follow the link in this post to get to Regal’s site – find your local participating theater and it will tell you what date the program starts.

  • It’s real! :) We have enjoyed it in the past!

    • Mariela

      Totally real! Awesome deal. But be sure to get there early because they pack out really quickly!

    • Shana

      It’s real. I plan mini trips and day adventures every summer and we do go to regal. Also check out Cinemark is you have one near you. They have a similar summer deal. Thank you for this list.

    • Jenn

      It is totally for real. We went most weeks last summer…it was awesome!

  • Roseanne Frederick

    Great deal

  • Jenny

    I saw the comments above and I went to the link/website. I still can’t figure out where this event is posted to find out when it starts… I live in 30078.

    • You go here: http://www.regmovies.com/Movies/Summer-Movie-Express
      Then look up your state. Then see if a theater near you participates! :)

      • hutto4

        What link? I looked under my state and it only shows the theater name. I don’t see any dates.

        • The Regal link in this post, http://www.regmovies.com/Movies/Summer-Movie-Express. Scroll down – every theater name has a date next to it which is Week 1.

          • hutto4

            O if it says Regal Grande Stadium 16 that means it starts June 16th?

          • No… that’s the name of the theater. You need to scroll all the way to the right if you’re on a phone – there are dates listed next to each theater on the right hand side of the page. So it would say June XYZ, 2014. When in doubt, call your local theater and ask when they start.

  • Eileen Engel

    This a great deal!!

  • Eileen Engel

    Wow.Is this for Fishkill also

  • Tara

    Santikos theaters have a similar program and it’s FREE!!!

  • Trisha

    I’ve seen similar programs, but I’ve had to prepurchase a punch card. For this program do you pay at the door? Thanks for sharing!

    • Yup – you just pay at the door! :) have fun!

  • shannon

    we already have the free summer movies her in fred. va. they are charging now?

    • Ours were free 3 years ago and then they started charging $1/person. I would check with your local theater to see how they are running the program this year!

  • Cindy H older

    We will ready and waiting. Enjoyed Ute before

  • I have been since they had these movies, that used to be free, but $1 is still great. Took the kids to every movie last summer. So thankful my kids get to see all themovies.

  • Beth

    I would like to request that Regal reserve one theater for people who just attend as a family. We tried to attend last year and were crowded in every time among multiple day care groups with leaders constantly yelling out directions and talking to t he kids. (They weren’t yelling at the children, just yelling so all of them could hear.) This was not an enjoyable experience and with 8 or 9 theaters available in our town one should be reserved for those not attending with a large group. It’s also hard to get a seat when the daycares tell you they are holding multiple rows for their kids to sit together.

  • Megan

    :( they don’t have this in my area. Portland, OR

  • Sara

    Ugh, sorry, feel free to delete that…I mean to post to the Regal site :(

  • alice shook

    What is the date the $1.00 movies begin

    • The dates are all different depending on when your local Regal starts. Follow the link in this post to Regal’s site. Find your local theater and it will list the starting date for that theater. That’s week #1. :)

  • Suzanne

    Maybe I’m just not understanding, but 2 movies are listed for each week. Is the first movie shown that Tuesday and the second is Wednesday? My old town had the same movie on those two days, so I wanted to make sure. Thanks!

    • You are correct – one is Tues, the 2nd is Weds :)

      • H

        in our town, they show both movies both days

  • Mandi

    I’ve been super excited since seeing this post! Unfortunately I finally got around to looking up the schedule for my local Regal and it doesn’t include any of the movies you have listed here. Major bummer! I’ll be looking forward to it next year I guess!

    • Sandy

      The movies will only show up if you look on the schedule for a Tuesday or Wednesday. In my experience, they do a very poor job of promoting these movies and it’s very hard to track down the information. So double thanks for posting the link!

  • Dana

    Cinemark Movies do the same type program. There you can buy a ticket ahead of time online for $5 for the whole summer, or can do $1 at the door. Their’s start at 9:30am (at least here in Jacksonville, FL) so, I’ll be honest, with 3 kids, we will most likely still do the Regal. Just wanted to share!

    • Yes!! I was happy to see that Cinemark will be offering their program again this summer. I will have a post up with their info in the next couple of days. Nice that there are some different options. Frank Theatres sometimes runs one too.

  • Kelly

    I called my local theater & they had no information of start time or anything else.

    • Did you look them up using the link I posted? If they aren’t listed they aren’t participating this year – that could be why they didn’t know about it.

  • Disappointed Parent

    Regal’s 2014 $1 summer movie program is a sham. This year they started the regular showings at the same time as the $1 movies.This caused a shortage in availabe theaters. Consequently, it did not matter if you were at the theater early or not, you were still met with long lines. Countless people were turned away. The only accommodation offered was the wonderful opportunity to pay for a higher priced movie. For a family of six, the cost would have amounted to at least $150 with snacks. Thanks alot for a special summer sham, Regal. Keep up the great work!

    • Dana

      I must say that hasn’t been the case in my area. There gave been 4 theaters and at one point 5 theaters with nothing else starting until 1pm. ($1 movies started at 10am). It has been a weekly activity for us!

  • april

    either I am doing something wrong or there are no theaters in California participating. I guess I will just have to take a trip to our local theater to ask.

    • This list of participating theaters has not been released yet by Regal for 2015. Keep checking back on this post – I will edit my post when the list is up!

  • Cathy

    I think they should do one day for the morning and one day in the evening. showing them all at 10:00am doesn’t give the children who have parents that work 1st shift the chance to go to see the movies at a discounted price that the parents may not be able to afford otherwise. It kind of discriminates against the children of people who work 1st shift…

    • IDK I;m sure for Regal it’s more about filling movie theaters that usually sit empty at that time of day.

  • Jessica Kenney

    u should do this on monday

  • Pam

    I take a van load of children every week to these. Its a fun cheap excursion unless you plan to buy food. I was shocked in 2016, after Regal bought it, how much the kids pack price had went up. It went from $3 for kids popcorn and drink to $7 and they added a pkg of gummy’s. So be prepared, in which I was not last year. I wound up buying one large popcorn to share and going to the water fountain.

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