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Feb

23

By:

Whitney Terrell

If you are a movie-goer like me then you will be especially excited about all of the great things happening at the AMC NorthPark 15.  Here is the run down on their reserved seating and rewards program so that you can make the most out of your next movie night.

AMC Stubs

There are so many great benefits to joining AMC Theatres loyalty program, AMC Stubs.  Earning your AMC Stubs Rewards is very simple. The more you use your AMC Stubs card, the faster you’ll earn rewards.  You’ll receive $10 in AMC Stubs Rewards for every $100 you spend at AMC. You can spend rewards on tickets, drinks, popcorn and candy. Also, buying tickets are extremely convenient since your ticket purchase fees will be waived on fandango.com. If you’re ever wondering how many rewards you have or how long you have to use them, you can log in to your account online and find out.  

To join, just visit the ticket box office at AMC NorthPark 15.

Reserved Seating

 

I usually like to find a row in the middle of the theatre and then sit in the middle of the row. Now, I have the option to the reserve my preferred seats! This will definitely come in handy for those popular new releases. Reserved seating gives you confidence that you’ll have a seat before you walk into a crowded auditorium. You can plan ahead by purchasing your ticket on fandango.com and select your seat there. Or you will be given the option to select a seat at the ticket box office.

Best Picture Showcase – March 1

 

With the Oscars coming up this weekend, the AMC 15 at NorthPark Center has decided to have a Best Picture Showcase event. Starting on Saturday, March 1 at 10AM, they are playing all nine Best Picture nominees back to back: Philomena, Her, 12 Years a Slave, The Wolf of Wall Street, American Hustle, Gravity, Dallas Buyers Club, Nebraska, and Captain Phillips. Tickets are $60 and AMC Stubs members will get $10 AMC Stubs Bonus Bucks for attending the event. Visit the box office for more details!

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