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So I’m a member of the Midnight Movie Society. Now What?

This September, redeem the stamps you’ve spent the last few months earning with free movies all month long. For every stamp you earned, you’ll get free admission into any first run film of your choice. This free admission can only be redeemed at the box office – so show up early to ensure the showtime of your choice doesn’t sell out.

So I’m a member of the Midnight Movie Society. Now What?

I’m a member of the Midnight Movie Society and I have stamps on my card from a summer worth of midnight screenings? What now?

This September, redeem the stamps you’ve spent the last few months earning with free movies all month long. For every stamp you earned, you’ll get free admission into any film of your choice. This free admission can only be redeemed at the box office – so show up early to ensure the showtime of your choice doesn’t sell out.

When you arrive at the box office, show the Alamo Drafthouse staff member at the ticket booth your Midnight Movie Society booklet and let them know what film you’d like to see. Our staff will mark through one of your stamps and present you with a ticket to the film of your choice. You can repeat this process as long as you have stamps left unmarked. The offer ends the last day of September, though – so don’t procrastinate. These stamps cover any ticket $9 or less - including first run films and special events. If you would like to use them for a 3D film or a special event with a ticket price over $9, you can pay the difference in ticket price.

For every stamp you redeem and free movie you see, you will fill out a short entry card to enter your name in a raffle for prizes – including free movies for the rest of the year! Do you have ten stamps? Your name will be entered into the raffle ten times! We’ll pick the winners on October 1, 2012 and post them on our Facebook page.

Have any questions? Post a comment below and somebody will answer your query as soon as possible.

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