The Hong Kong Theatres Association announced that movie tickets at all commercial cinemas will cost HK$30 on April 21 to mark Hong Kong Cinema Day. Movie-goers can buy tickets at this price for all formats, including IMAX, 4DX, and CGS Laser. There will be no special ticket prices for senior citizens, children, and students on this day.

Tickets will go on sale at 12pm on April 17 and will be available at the theatres and on their ticketing websites. Film-goers can buy a maximum of four tickets when making purchases at cinema sales counters. Limits for online sales vary based on each cinema’s regulations.

While all major cinemas across the city will participate in Hong Kong Cinema Day, the offer does not extend to special programmes and private screenings. The participating cinemas include:

ACX Cinemas (Harbour North)Broadway Circuit
ChinachemCine-art House
Cinema CityCGV D2 Place
Emperor CinemasGolden Harvest
Golden Scene CinemaLumen Cinema
Lux TheatreMCL Cinemas
NewportSunbeam Theatres

The first Hong Kong Cinema Day was held in 2023, as part of Happy Hong Kong, a territory-wide campaign that included food festivals, carnivals, and concerts. This year, the event is being held as part of Hong Kong Pop Culture Festival 2024, which explores the city’s pop culture from new perspectives.

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