Movie theatres across the nation will be closing as Cinemark works to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
In a press release, the company said beginning March 18, all theatres will close until they "believe it is safe to once again welcome moviegoers to [their] auditoriums".
The company has increased the flexibility of its Cinemark Movie Rewards program by doing the following:
- Extending the expiration date for all Cinemark Movie Rewards points to June 30, 2020, providing you the opportunity to redeem the rewards you earned; and
- Pausing your Movie Club membership while our theatres are closed. During this challenging time, we are looking out for you and will not bill you your monthly fee. Don’t worry, active members will never lose unused movie credits, even while your membership is paused.
All tickets bought in advance will be refunded, as well.
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