I just overheard a friend say there’s some super deal at the movie theatres right now where you can watch unlimited movies for $100 a year. UNLIMITED! As in, you can literally walk in every single day and watch the latest greatest blockbuster hit right there on the big screen! I’m in love. And I’m also scared…
Do you know how much time you could possibly waste with something like this? Do you know how many times you’d be tempted to buy more $8 sodas or $35 popcorns? Yikes. On the other hand, you’d probably go through most of the movies in a 1 or 2 week span anyways. At least the good ones.
And then there’s the $100 price tag. Not something I’d have cared much about just a week ago, but I’m fairly certain that would NOT be a smart way to spend my money these days ;) Even if it is a bargain (like all those Groupons! yeah, they’re great a$$ deals, but you gotta make sure you’re not picking them up JUST because they’re deals – you’ll end up spending way more than you planned for). But you know what IS a good way to take advantage of all this? Ask for ’em for Christmas! Or my up and coming birthday! (Yeah December babies!)
Although come to think of it I’d actually need TWO movie packs. Who wants to go to the movies by themselves all the time? Man…. these guys sure are good. I need to get them to market Budgets Are Sexy ;)
Would any of you jump on this deal? Could you make good use of unlimited movies?? I want to know if I’m off my rocker… it’s only like $8/month. (that’s me trying to convince myself again…)
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