Headed to the Movies This Weekend? SnipSnap Some Free Popcorn

Happy Friday, everyone! It’s rainy where I am today, so I’m thinking about heading to the movies. I’m sort of torn between It’s a Disaster and Disconnect. I’m not torn about what theater to go to. I’ve snipped three different popcorn coupons to three different theaters.Screen Shot 2013-04-12 at 12.21.35 PM One coupon will buy me popcorn for free.

Right now in the SnipSnap app, you can find a coupon for a completely free popcorn (no purchase necessary) at AMC theaters (valid April 12-15). You canScreen Shot 2013-04-12 at 12.21.19 PM also find a coupon for $2 off any size popcorn with the purchase of any drink at Cinemark (valid through April 17), and a coupon for $3 off any popcorn at Regal (valid through April 14).Screen Shot 2013-04-12 at 12.21.02 PM

Want more tips on how to save at the movie theater? Not Worth Admission is a great movie review blog run by Mike and Erica; the duo sees a lot of movies and regularly posts reviews (from the guy and the girl perspective) to help you make decisions about what you want to see. They also wrote this post about how to cut your expenses when you see a movie in theaters.

Want even more movie theater money saving tips? Stephanie from Couponing 101 wrote a great post on how she saves when there’s a movie she wants to see. Couponing 101 is a really fantastic resource if you’re new to couponing and want some beginner tips (plus, there is an awesome recipe section and plenty of tips and coupons to help you save on fresh, organic food).

Karrie from Happy Money Saver wrote this post breaking down how to take advantage the Regal Crown Club to earn loyalty rewards for your movie-going.

Christine from Northern Cheapskate breaks down how to use credit card rewards and qualifying purchases to save on movie tickets.

Sarah from Organized Mom wrote this post recently about how to save money on movie-going with Fandango.

Whitney Sparks, who teaches coupon classes and financial coaching, suggests inquiring about refillable plastic popcorn and soda containers at your local theater.

What are you dying to see this weekend? And how much will you pay for it?