AMC latest theater chain to offer private theater rental for as low as $99 during COVID pandemic; Cinemark also offering rentals - masslive.com

AMC is joining other movie theater chains in offering private theater rental options for guests who don’t feel comfortable watching movies with strangers during the coronavirus pandemic.

It starts at $99 but goes up for new movie options. Guests can bring up to 20 people.

“Private theatre rentals are a great way to comfortably return to the movies in a secluded space,” the company said. “Enjoy your own personal screening or invite your friends and family. Escape the everyday or celebrate a birthday or special occasion.”

Currently some of the movies offered include, “Toy Story,” “American Sniper,” “Honest Thief” and “Tenet.”

AMC reopened movie theaters in Massachusetts in August with a special deal. Guests could go back to the movies for 15 cents on the first day of reopening.

This was to help celebrate its centennial, by offering “movies in 2020 at 1920 prices.”

Normal AMC theaters are still operating at a reduced capacity, masks are required and they are offering a simplified food menu.

Cinemark is also still offering private movie screenings, which they began offering earlier this year. Guests can rent out an entire auditorium starting at $99. Screenings can feature classics or new releases. Guests can also bring their own DVDs or Blu-Rays to play.

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