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Why Do All Movie Tickets Cost the Same?

gambit3 (463693) writes | more than 2 years ago

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gambit3 writes "Like tens of millions of Americans, I have paid money to see Mission: Impossible, which made $130 million in the last two weeks, and I have not paid any money to see Young Adult, which has made less than $10 million over the same span. Nobody is surprised or impressed by the discrepancy. The real question is: If demand is supposed to move prices, why isn't seeing Young Adult much cheaper than seeing Mission: Impossible?"
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Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#38577902)

Read Richard McKenzie's 'Why Popcorn Costs so Much at the Movies' to answer that and other similar questions.
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