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You can watch Christmas movies at Cineplex theatres in Canada for only $2.99

The best part of the holiday season just might be watching all your favourite Christmas classics, and this year you can do just that in movie theatres across the country for dirt-cheap. 

With Cineplex' Family Favourites, you can catch some of your favourite family-friendly movies on the big screen every Saturday morning at 11 a.m. — and the best part is it only costs $2.99 per person.

The event has actually been underway since mid-September, but the closer we get to the holidays, the more festive the movies become. 

Upcoming movies for November include Dora And The Lost City Of Gold and Charlotte's Web. Then, it's time for some holiday classics. 

So far, Cineplex has scheduled showings of Polar Express 3DArthur Christmas and Dr. Seuss' The Grinch

That's the current extent of their Christmas lineup, but the hope is that they'll add more as we get closer to the holidays.

Family Favourites is being offered at select theatres across the country, and you can check online to see if your neighbourhood theatre is participating in the special. 

Those of you in Ontario, B.C., Alberta, and Quebec will have no trouble finding a participating theatre close by, as most of the Cineplex locations in these provinces have opted in.

Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Saskatchewan have less participating locations, but some theatres are still taking part in the great holiday deal. 

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