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My lady wanted me to take her to the movies a few weeks ago - something we have not done in years.

Although I prefer sitting on my own couch, drinking my own beer, and enjoying my free snacks, I had a blast going to the movies for a date night. It brought back so many memories of movie trips as a kid.

Whether it was a family trip, fun sleepover, rainy weekend trip, or break out of the summer sun, I loved going to the movies as a kid. Who didn't?

The movie theater was like an inexpensive excursion or adventure that I always felt so excited to go to.

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Regal Theaters are bringing back the nostalgia with $2 movies.

According to a Concord NH Patch article, Regal Theaters in New Hampshire will have $2 tickets for children on Tuesdays and Wednesdays all summer long.

This is a perfect way to get out of the summer heat and make a memory for cheap!

See below for the showings and times, according to the Concord NH Patch:

  • June 28 to June 29: Despicable Me 2, Space Jam
  • July 5 to July 6: Sing, Puss In Boots
  • July 12 to July 13: Sing 2, Space Jam: A New Legacy
  • July 19 to July 20: Despicable Me 3, Tom & Jerry
  • July 26 to July 27: Minions, Trolls World Tour
  • Aug. 2 to Aug. 3: The Croods: A New Age, Boss Baby: Family Business
  • Aug. 9 to Aug. 10: Trolls, How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
  • Aug. 16 to Aug. 17: The Secret Life of Pets, Scoob!
  • Aug. 23 to Aug. 24: The Secret Life of Pets 2, Hop

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