One thing we love to do here in Texas is hit the movie theatre. No matter the night of the week, you can drive past a movie theatre in Amarillo and see the parking lot at LEAST half full with cars taking in a flick.

The problem with movies these days, is just like everything, it's getting more and more expensive to be able to go and enjoy this passive activity. By the time a family of four gets their tickets, popcorn, drinks, etc., you find yourself at least $100 lighter in your wallet.

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Well this Saturday, February 24th, you'll be able to watch as many movies as your heart desires, well, at least from the time they start to the time they finish. Cinergy has brought back their "Box Office Binge" for the third year in a row.

If you don't know about this, allow me to introduce you to one of the greatest days of the year. For just $18, you'll get to go into Cinergy and watch as many movies as you can squeeze in from the time they open, to the time they close.

Not to mention, you're getting free popcorn all day long, which means you'll never run out of that light, fluffy, buttery goodness. Throw in the fact that you get free refills on your sodas and you can make it a very cost efficient day while catching every movie that time allows.

So let's say a movie on average is two hours. You will most likely be able to squeeze in 5-6 different movies over the course of the day. Now, do the math and figure out how much that would cost you without the unlimited pass.

In order to take advantage of this deal, you have to be an Elite Rewards Member at Cinergy. Want to know the best part? It's free to become a member, all you have to do is sign up here.

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