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Cimemacon Takeaway: Theatres Need Lower Prices! 31 Mar 2014 14:19 #40755

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Cimemacon Takeaway: Theatres Need Lower Prices! 01 Apr 2014 01:04 #40756

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Price is not stopping movie goers its 90% product . Nothing you can do in this country for 2 hours that cost $ 10.00.
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Cimemacon Takeaway: Theatres Need Lower Prices! 02 Apr 2014 08:20 #40757

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Slap,
For movie goers you are probably right. But as you know of those there are fewer and fewer every year. So we need a way to decrease the number of non movie goers and price point and perceived value are big decision makers there.
Jay
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Cimemacon Takeaway: Theatres Need Lower Prices! 02 Apr 2014 10:32 #40758

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Our ticket prices are $5 all day every day. But we didn't spend $1 million per screen to open either ;)
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Cimemacon Takeaway: Theatres Need Lower Prices! 02 Apr 2014 13:51 #40759

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Consumers are not getting rid of their internet. Which means they have Facebook, Youtube (both combine to make up approx. 45% of the internet usage during prime time.

Non-theatrical programming is as good as it ever has been. More and more top hollywood talent are on HBO, A&E, etc. While cable has been losing some subscribers, consumers still watch those shows on Netfliz, HULU, and other websites. I know I am not the average person but I have only gone to the movies twice in the last 8 months. I have not purchased a dvd or bluray in 3 mos. I just wait for them to come on premium cable. Cost is easily the number one issue.

Both of the above examples offer great value to consumers and neither of those are going to go away.

Did you hear that over 50 million people watched first round tournament games on their phones and tablets?
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