Harkins Theatres Prices
|Adult - Standard||$10.50||$4.99||+90.56%|
|Child (3-13) - Standard||$6.50||$3.00||-31.58%|
|Matinee - Standard||$8.00||$1.49||+22.89%|
|Military - Standard||$8.00||-||-|
|Senior (60+) - Standard||$7.50||-||-|
|Student - Standard||$8.00||$0.49||+6.52%|
|Adult - 3D||$13.50||$6.00||+80.00%|
|Child (3-13) - 3D||$8.50||$4.00||-32.00%|
|Matinee - 3D||$11.00||$1.50||+15.79%|
|Military - 3D||$11.00||-||-|
|Senior (60+) - 3D||$10.50||-||-|
|Student - 3D||$11.00||$0.50||+4.76%|
|Adult - IMAX||$15.00||-||-|
|Child (3-13) - IMAX||$11.00||-||-|
|Senior (60+) - IMAX||$12.00||-||-|
About Harkins Theatres
The chain of Harkins Theatres is owned and operated by Harkins Enterprises, LLC, its parent company. There are more than 30 cinemas with over 500 screens in California, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, and Oklahoma. Dwight Harkins opened the first Harkins theater, then known as State Theater, in Tempe in 1933 when he leased the Goodwin Opera House.
The competitive Harkins Theatres prices are among the reasons for its popularity among moviegoers. The chain also sells merchandise, such as movie-themed loyalty T-shirts and cups that also comes with freebies like refills and popcorn.
The brand is also known for its kid-friendly facilities, particularly the PlayCenters where parents can enjoy their movies while their children play in an adult-supervised environment. The chain hosts summer movie programs for kids where children can see kid-friendly movies; art and independent film festivals like the Phoenix Film Festival and DeadCENTER Film Festival; and opera and ballet performances including live and taped shows.
Above are the latest Harkins ticket prices.