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Industry standard for per capita concession spending? 22 May 2002 17:37 #25837

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Is there a generally recognized industry standard for predicting the per capita spending on concessions by theater patrons? I realize different demographic groups tend to spend more on theater snacks, but has experience shown, for example, that 100 tickets sold will = approx "X" dollars in concessions?

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Re: Industry standard for per capita concession spending? 22 May 2002 19:27 #25838

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Please see topic in this forum entitled "concession gross income per capita" last post April 25th. We have already been having fun with this topic and you can learn quite a bit from the stories shared here. The range is wide - we can make anywhere between $1.25 and $4 per person. The devil is in the details - some can make a profit at $1.25 and stay comfortably in business. Most of us need more.
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Re: Industry standard for per capita concession spending? 22 May 2002 20:06 #25839

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I NEED MORE!!!!!

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Re: Industry standard for per capita concession spending? 23 May 2002 01:20 #25840

Ya, alot more!!!
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Re: Industry standard for per capita concession spending? 23 May 2002 10:28 #25841

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BECKWITH1,

Thanks for the referral to the other thread. That's just the type of discussion I was seeking. I'm trying to put reasonably predictable costs and revenues together for a theater business plan. My goal is to come up with something that won't make a theater vet burst into hysterical laughter when it is read.

Thanks again.
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