Guide to Discount Movies and Dollar Theatres in Atlanta
These theaters offer a chance to see recent or current movies without the expensive prices. Also check out our list of Outdoor Summer Movies.
5100 Commerce Pkwy., Roswell
$2 movie tickets and $3 snack packs, Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m.
July 27-Aug. 2-“Ferdinand” (PG)
157 Banks Station, Fayetteville
Summer Movie Clubhouse offers children’s movies for $1 each Tuesday-Thursday this summer. On Tuesdays, each ticket is $1 for any movie. Catch the Early Bird special – any movie before 1 p.m. is $1.25. 3D films have a surcharge of $2.
5920 Roswell Rd., Suite C-103, Sandy Springs
Rather than charging for the movies, the owner is asking that parents make a small donation of $1, $3 or $5 to The Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research.
July 31 and Aug. 1 – “Sing”
2000 Moreland Ave. SE, Atlanta
Step back in time and watch a movie from your car at this drive-in theatre. Ages 10 and older, $9; ages 5-9, $1.
4400 Roswell Rd., Marietta
On Tuesdays, tickets are half-price, so you can see movies for $1. $2 per ticket; 3D movies, $4. Click on Marietta under the theaters tab.
3750 Venture Dr., Duluth (in the Santa Fe Mall)
$3.50 per ticket; 3D movies, $5. 2 and younger, free.
2042 Lawrenceville Hwy. Ste. F-22, Decatur
Adults, $6.49; ages 2-12, $4.49. Search North DeKalb.
– Shelly Gable