Warm and breezy with some cloud cover at times. Scattered showers and storms can’t be ruled out. Winds E 5-15mph. .
Updated: May 26, 2023 @ 1:33 pm
TULSA, Okla. — If you are looking for a cheap and fun way to keep your family busy this summer, look no further than Regal Theater’s Summer Movie Express.
Every Tuesday and Wednesday during the summer, tickets on select first showings are just $2.
Regal operates five theaters in Oklahoma, including one in Broken Arrow and one in Bartlesville.
Find the movies your family wants to see and keep these dates close! Although Regal’s Summer Movie Express runs May 23 through September 6, individual theatres will only participate in the 9 weeks that align with the local school system’s summer break schedule. Summer Movie Express may not be available in all locations.
Week 1 — May 23 & 24
Week 2 — May 30 & 31
Week 3 — June 6 & 7
Week 4 — June 13 & 14
Week 5 — June 20 & 21
Week 6 — June 27 & 28
Week 7 — July 4 & 5
Week 8 — July 11 & 12
Week 9 — July 18 & 19
Week 10 — July 25 & 26
Week 11 — August 1 & 2
Week 12 — August 8 & 9
Week 13 — August 15 & 16
Week 14 — August 22 & 23
Week 15 — August 29 & 30
Week 16 — September 5 & 6
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