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AAA Members save on advance purchase Regal Cinemas movie tickets with no expiration or blackout dates!

Premiere tickets are valid for any movie, any day, any time at any Regal Cinemas, United Artists Theatres and Edwards Theatres nationwide – without ever expiring. Discount tickets are available at a Member price of $9 per ticket (plus tax) at all AAA Carolinas office locations.

Valid at Regal Cinemas, United Artists Theatres and Edwards Theatres. Not valid for special events or private screenings. Must be redeemed at box office. Surcharge fees apply to all IMAX, RPX, Large Format or 3-D films. Location surcharge free may also be applied at select theatres. Regal Entertainment Group reserves the right to charge any surcharge fee without notice.

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