Save Money at the Movies in Berlin

February 12, 2013

in Africa, Architecture, Cheap Activities, City Tips, Entertainment, Germany, Information

If you weren’t able to catch — or catch tickets for — all the films you wanted to see at this year’s Berlinale, a few of Berlin’s theaters offer additional showings of select films in their theaters in the weeks following the festival.

Perhaps it’s just a rainy February Tuesday evening, and you’re not in the mood for a Sri Lankan documentary, but instead in need of some blockbuster therapy?  Or maybe you’re collecting ideas for cheap places to enjoy some air conditioning on hot July afternoons?  No matter your mood or the time of year, here’s how to save on entrance fees in Berlin’s major movie theaters.

Yorck Kinos

Kinotag: Monday; extra Kinotag days for BVG/S-Bahn subscription holders: Tuesday and Wednesday (valid for up to two people)

Customer Card: see 10 movies, get one free. Must remember to carry card and hand it over BEFORE paying.

Unlimited subscription, valid in all theaters: six months, €129; one year, €229

Cinestar

Kinotag: Tuesday

O2 Kinotag: Thursday (O2 customers can text STAR to the number 72990 to receive a code for 2-for-1 entry)

5-Sterne Ticket: €32.50 for 5 films (no expiration, valid only for one person), any showing, any length, any seating area

CinemaxX

Kinotag: Tuesday

O2 Kinotag: Thursday (O2 customers can text CINE to the number 72990 to receive a code for 2-for-1 entry)

Hackesche Höfe Kino

Kinotag: Monday and Tuesday

Say “After Work” for all films M-F before 1900 for €6.50 entrance

10er-Karte: €58; 5er-Karte: € 30 (valid one year, may be used for multiple tickets)

UCI Kinowelt

Kinotag: Tuesday

O2 Kinotag: Thursday (O2 customers can text UCI to the number 72990 to receive a code for 2-for-1 entry)

photo credit:  flickr/EvelynGiggles

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