Emagine Theatres Honoring Veterans Day With Free Admission For Veterans And Active Military
Everyone knows I’m a huge supporter of the veterans. So when I saw this press release in my inbox, I had to share it with you guys.
Veterans Day is this Saturday, November 11th. In honor of Veterans Day, Emagine Theatres is recognizing military service members by inviting them to see of movie of their choosing for free on Monday, November 13th.
On the 13th, all active military members and veterans can visit the box office at any Emagine Theatre location and will receive a complimentary ticket for any film being played. This deal is only valid for one day.
Emagine Theatres Gives Back On Veterans Day
To redeem this one-day-only offer, guests must provide either their Service ID Card or their Discharge Papers. You must have proof of service in order to receive your free ticket. Also, these tickets cannot be purchased in advance and must be purchased at the box office. For a full list of locations and showtimes, you’re encouraged to go to their website.
There is a limit of one ticket per military service member. The free tickets will be valid for any movie or format (including 3D, EMX/Monster). The ticket must also be for a show on Monday, November 13th. You can’t come in that day and purchase a ticket for another day.
Movies expected to be available on November 13th include The Marvels, Five Nights at Freddy’s, Killers Of The Flower Moon, Saw X, PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie, and more. That list is according to what’s currently on the website and is subject to change.
My picks from the list would be Saw X first. Then, Killer of the Flower Moon, followed by Five Nights At Freddy’s. I haven’t seen the others.
What Is Veterans Day?
Veterans Day is a national holiday that falls on November 11th. The national holiday honors veterans of the United States Armed Forces. It is also known as “Armistice Day.” Veterans Day is different than Memorial Day, as Veterans Day commemorates the service of all United States veterans while Memorial Day honors those who have died while in military service.
According to Britannica, the observance of Veterans Day originated in 1919 on the first anniversary of the 1918 armistice that brought an end to World War I. It then became an official national holiday in 1938. Then, in 1954, the name was changed from Armistice Day to Veterans Day to honor those who have served the United States in all wars.