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How to save money on theater & movie tickets in Rome

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

There are lots of cheap and free things to do around Rome. You just have to know where to look. Take a night out at the theater or the cinema for example. Between the tickets and food at the concession stand, it can turn out to be one expensive date! Lucky for you, we’re going to let you in on some little secrets that will allow you to enjoy doing the things you love to do for less!

Last-minute Theater

Spending the night at the theater in Rome doesn’t have to cost you a fortune. Folks with wallets all shapes and sizes can snag a ticket discounted as much as 50% from the Last Minute Theater Box Office. Though, discounted tickets are only available Tuesday through Saturday, it’s still a great way to spend the evening and less. That means more money for ice creams! Log onto the website www.spettacoloromano.it for information on what seats are available at the discounted price on that given day for the play or musical you want to see. Make sure to change the page in English, in order to navigate the site easier.

Last Minute Teatri
Via Bari, 20
Tel.: 06/44180212 or 06/44180246

A Free Flick

Want to catch a flick and eat your popcorn too? Make it a movie night at La Casa del Cinema in the heart of Rome’s Villa Borghese Park. Put your money away. The city of Rome is picking up the tab! La Casa del Cinema hosts free screenings of movies in its original language. Many of these movies are independent films and are shown in English, but from time to time, blockbuster hits are also featured. Big movie buffs can spend hours in its private room that features multiple personal DVD player stations and a library that holds hundreds of movies to choose from. Log onto www.casadelcinema.it for movie times and showings.

La Casa del Cinema
Largo Marcello Mastoianni, 1
Tel. 06/423601

Reduced Movies

On certain nights at the cinema in Rome, you can actually catch a flick for a reduced price. On Wednesdays at the movies, instead of paying €7,50 for a ticket, you can watch a movie for just €5,50. This includes Warner Village Moderno (Piazza Repubblica) and The Metropolitan (near Piazza del Popolo) where English language movies are also played. Ladies have even more opportunities to save money. At certain participating movie theaters such as Warner Village Cinemas – both Parco de’ Medici and Moderno, offer a ‘4Ladies’ promotional rate on Tuesdays movie tickets cost just €4,00.

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Venere Travel Blog writer nicole arriaga

After working in Miami as writer and TV producer, Nicole Arriaga decided to trade in the sun and sand for the 'dolce vita' in 2003 and move to Rome. She writes for various publications including The American, and works for a study abroad organization in Rome.


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