Many companies in Malaga are applying interesting promotions to counteract or mitigate some effects of the increase in VAT which came into force this month. While some directly don´t apply the taxes to the consumer, others offer many alternatives in the form of promotions for those who now have to look a little more for their expenses and at the same time want to continue to enjoy the leisure offer in Malaga.
Today we speak of promotions for cinema lovers. In the province of Malaga are three Yelmo cinema complexes, specifically at Plaza Mayor next to Malaga airport, in the Vialia centre of Maria Zambrano train station in Malaga and in Rincon de la Victoria on the eastern Costa del Sol. These theatres often also have films in original version with subtitles (VOS).
Below we detail the promotions; sure there will be some of your interest. Let´s go to the cinema!
Cinema discount day, twice a week, on Mondays and Wednesdays.
The best movies of the year for 3 €, in sessions at 6 pm and 9 pm.
The free MovieYelmo card with attractive discounts on tickets.
Special tickets for over 60 years, for only € 4.50.
Special rates for families
Furthermore we anticipate that in these cinemas in Malaga you also can enjoy a live broadcast of the Metropolitan Opera season in New York. You can get a 33% discount for buying the voucher of the entire cycle.
For our foreign movie lovers, this week there are the following movies with V.O.S.:
Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter: Yelmo Cines Plaza Mayor Malaga and Cinesur Miramar Fuengirola
Brave: Cinesur Miramar Fuengirola
Los Mercenaries 2: Yelmo Cines Plaza Mayor Malaga
Madagascar 3: Yelmo Cines Plaza Mayor Malaga
Piratas1: Yelmo Cines Plaza Mayor Malaga
Prometheus: Yelmo Cines Plaza Mayor Malaga
The Bourne Legacy: Yelmo Cines Plaza Mayor Malaga
Step up Revolution: Cines Gran Marbella
Ted: Yelmo Cines Plaza Mayor Malaga
Total recall: Yelmo Cines Plaza Mayor Malaga and Cinesur Miramar Fuengirola
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