SM Malls giving free tickets to kids under 4 ft.

posted June 30, 2018 at 09:10 pm
by  Jun David
SM Malls in Marilao, Baliwag, and San Jose del Monte are giving families more motivation to appreciate films on an extra-large screen with a select treat for children.

SM Cinema is treating children to the movies from June 21 to Dec. 4 with its “Kids for Free” promotion. Each ticket bought by an adult is accompanied with a complimentary ticket for one child who is four feet and below in height.

Parents and guardians are given the chance to spend time watching their favorite animated movies with their kids without spending for their tickets.

The promo applies to animated movies showing throughout the year. The movies of the promo includes the now-showing “Incredibles 2” and the upcoming animated movies like “Richard the Stork” on July 25 to 31, “Teen Titans Go!” and “Christopher Robin” on Aug. 8 to 14.

Cinema Patrons may also get their kids free movie pass on “Ber” months. Movies to be screened may include “Wheely” on Sept. 12-18; “Small Foot” on Oct. 3-9; “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” on Nov. 7-1; “Luis and the Aliens” on Nov. 7-13; “Marnie’s World 3D” on Nov. 14-20, and the highly anticipated “Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck it Ralph 2” on Nov. 28- Dec. 4.

With the “Kids for Free” promo, SM Lifestyle and Entertainment Inc. aims to continue promoting bonding activities among Filipino families and friends as it reinforces its commitment to innovation and ultimate cinematic experience.

Topics: SM Malls , SM Cinema , Kids for Free , complimentary ticket , Incredibles 2 , Richard the Stork
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