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Movie ticket price

What would be the price of a 3D English movie ticket in Paris, probably around Champs Élysées?

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You can look up specific movies and find the prices.... for a regular movie, I think we have paid around9-11€...

http://www.allocine.fr/salle/

- - click on the Paris tab

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For some reason, I am not able to view the prices on the website. Anyhow the fares wouldn't be over 15 €, would it?

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We just paid €14 plus €1 for the glasses for tickets to World War Z on the Gaumont Champs-Elysées - Ambassade last Monday.The €1 glasses are not collected after the film, you buy them and take them home.

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You have to start a booking for a specific movie and theater, then the prices will eventually show up. A normal was 11.50€ and a senior was 8.50€, so I'd guess a 3D would be around 15€...

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Thanks, metromole and travelnutty! Much appreciated!

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Not to get too geeky here but I can't resist... French theater chains seem to have adopted the "RealD" digital process for distribution in Gaumont/Pathé and UGC cinémas so you can save between €1 and €4 per movie - per person by bringing your own glasses to watch the 3D films as we do. On the French cinéma websites, if they specify "En VO, 3D Numérique" or "En VO, 3D" for a film, it's most likely a "RealD" process film. Germany and the UK are still tooling around with which 3D process to use but the dust seems to be settling in France.

Nerd off.

Edited: 11:50 am, July 30, 2013
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Whoa! Didn't know that!

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MK2 is still using the heavy glasses that are collected after the film -- and they charge more for the glasses, too.

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