How to Have the Best Movie Night For Less
There are a lot of awesome movies up every week. And being the movie buff that you are, you’re most likely to be at the cinemas come the weekend. However, this can take a toll on your pocket. Yes, movies every so often can drain your funds, whether you like it or not. But they don’t have to. You can still enjoy a cinematic experience without forking out the cash to buy tickets all the time.
First off, if you want an experience as close to a cinema, get a new television. This one’s optional but those wide, flat screen models would really play the part. And trust me; they go a long way, too. Whether you watch a soap opera, football or movies on it, it’ll look surreal and sounds fantastic. It can beat being at the arena or cinema when you’re on a budget. The best way to get a new television is saving for it. So don’t force it if you’re strapped for cash. Wait for the right time.
You don’t have to fear getting left behind on all the latest flicks, too. There are a plethora of classic and worth-watching movies out there- for less. Just source out your public library for DVDs and you’re assured of a meaningful movie night for free. You can also download free movies online and watch it on your own widescreen. Or better yet, ask friends to borrow from their DVD collection? Free movie sources are simply brimming if you know where to look. What’s more, with these endless flicks to watch, you’ll never suffer from sold out tickets to a movie ever again.
But I know what you’re thinking. A cinema is a cinema. Nothing could ever compare to it. Well you’re probably wrong on that one. Afterall, it’s all about creativity and contentment. What makes watching at the cinemas different, aside from the widescreen, is the popcorn and soda. Replicate this at home so you could readily identify the cinema experience. Turn off the lights, pull down the curtains, put in your movie, and be seated at your most inviting chair.
Be on this movie regimen for weeks and trust me, you’ll never replace it for any other cinema-night again. Unless of course they make 3D movies accesible at home. But that’s another good thing about being the frugal movie buff. All that money you’ve saved from free movies can be used for far more important expenses. These include credit card bills, petrol, and yes, a 3D movie every once in a while. There’s nothing wrong with indulging.
So if you want to be the frugal movie buff, switch to watching free movies at home.Mail this post