Cleveland Cinemas Toasts Cavs Win with Free Popcorn and $6 Tickets on Wednesday

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[image-1] Tower City Cinemas will be celebrating the Cavaliers’ win with the rest of Cleveland on Wednesday with free popcorn and admission for only $6.

As the city is set to flood with thousands of people, the cinemas want to give people an alternative to stay out of the heat, traffic and craziness that is sure to come along with the parade and celebration.



“With potentially hundreds of thousands of people coming to downtown on Wednesday, traffic could be a nightmare,” Ken Young, Director of Operations for Cleveland Cinemas said in a release. “We hope that people would rather sit in a movie for a couple of hours, rather than in their cars.”

In addition to the free popcorn and cheaper ticket price, anyone who shows up in any Cavs gear — from a LeBron jersey to a new championship T-shirt — will also get a free fountain drink.



Apollo Theatre, Capitol Theatre, Cedar Lee Theatre, Chagrin Cinemas, Shaker Square Cinemas and Tower City Cinemas will all be celebrating Wednesday with this offer.

Figure out what movies you could see and when at www.clevelandcinemas.com.  

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