El Capitan Theatre: Movie Ticket Deals

El Capitan Theater Ticket Deal

If you’re in LA and take your kids to the movies a lot, you’ll love this ticket offer for movies at El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, CA. You can save time by ordering tickets in advance online. Right now tickets are available for Planes: Fire & Rescue.

These deals for El Capitan Theatre Tickets are 25% Off. Follow the links below to get tickets directly from the source of this offer. You’ll need to sign in free to access the deal (just email and zip code).

El Capitan Movie Ticket Deals


planes fire rescueDEAL: Planes: Fire & Rescue Discount Tickets $13 (reg. $18). {Find Tickets}
WHEN: July 18 – August 20, 2014.
WHERE: El Capitan Theatre, 6838 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood CA 90028.

PLANES: FIRE & RESCUE is a new comedy-adventure about second chances, featuring a dynamic crew of elite firefighting aircraft devoted to protecting historic Piston Peak National Park from raging wildfire. When world famous air racer Dusty (voice of Dane Cook) learns that his engine is damaged and he may never race again, he must shift gears and is launched into the world of aerial firefighting…

SAVVY TIP: The El Capitan Theatre will partially validate your parking ticket if you park at the Hollywood & Highland Center (directly across from the theater). If you’re taking mass transit, you’ll also find a Metro Red Line subway station in the Hollywood and Highland Center.

FYI: The same deal source often carries these El Capitan discount tickets for other movies. To get notified of upcoming deals at this venue, follow our link above, then click the “Tell Me” button for to get updated on upcoming El Capitan movie deals.

ABOUT EL CAPITAN THEATRE: The El Capitan Theater originally opened it doors on Hollywood Blvd in 1926. Throughout the 20′s and 30′s it hosted Hollywood’s greatest plays. During the 1940′s it was then retrofitted into a modern movie house. In 1989 the Walt Disney Company joined the team and began a two-year museum quality restoration to the old playhouse’s elaborate East Indian design. It now once again hosts live stage shows, movies, and special events.


    • says

      Sabine — the tickets are there. The reason the link didn’t take you to the page is that the deal source is beta testing a new sign up process (and it’s a mess). After signing in, you should have been taken to the Maleficent page to buy tickets. If you’re not, here’s what you need to do:

      1. After following the link, make sure you’re on the Los Angeles page. If you’re not, scroll down to find the map at the bottom of their page.
      2. After clicking on Los Angeles, scroll down again and you should see the deal you want in their listing (about the middle of the page).
      3. That should work, but if not, you can also click on the “Find Events” tab at the top of their pages. Then you’ll see a search box on the upper right. Just put “Maleficent” in that box and you’ll see the deal.

      Sorry Sabine — and anyone else — and I hope they stop messing with their website soon. They’re a good company, with a bad website consultant, I suspect.

  1. Duncan Mandel says

    What’s the deal?? There are no El Capitan tix at the source website what so ever. What a waste of my time. Really upset.

    • says

      UPDATE: The links now go directly to the deal. If the tickets sell out from this deal source, they will redirect you to the page for other deals in your city. They have tons of mostly half off events and activities in the Los Angeles area alone.

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