|1739 Arden Way, Sacramento|
|inside Market Square at Arden Fair Mall|
|Hours vary, see showtimes|
|Showtimes & Tickets: http://www.fandango.com/uaardenfair6_aabgz/theaterpage|
|Corporate Site: http://www.regalcinemas.com/|
|Regal Entertainment Group|
|Cash, Credit Cards|
Ticket Prices: (Tickets purchased online at Fandango are subject to a service charge.)
- $6.75 - Matinee (M-F shows before 6pm. Sat, Sun, Holidays shows before 2pm.)
- $9.25 - Adult
- $6.25 - Child (11 years and under)
- $6.25 - Senior (60 years and older)
- $8.75 - Student
This theater has 6 smallish screens. The cinemas are older style with a gently sloped seating area and high flat screen (sitting in the front half of the theater necessitates craning one's neck backwards). The pre-movie advertisements are provided by National CineMedia in the form of video commercials (gone are the days of simple slides and background music). Quite possibly the worst-run theater in the area.
The snack bar features movie theater staples such as popcorn, candy, soda (Coca-Cola products), and assorted other items.
Regal Entertainment Group offers a MasterCard that features various rewards redeemable at any Regal Entertainment Groups theater. Regal Entertainment Group also offers the Regal Crown Club card to customers over the age of 13 who register online. The club card earns points for dollars spent at the theater which are redeemable for rewards in the form of free tickets or concession items.
United Artists Theatres is a chain of movie theaters founded in 1926 that was originally affiliated with United Artists Entertainment LLC, a Hollywood movie studio founded in 1919 and currently owned by MGM, Tom Cruise, and Paula Wagner (source). In 2001, United Artists Theatre Company filed for bankruptcy at which point Philip Anschutz acquired a majority share of the company, which operated 205 theaters and 1573 screens nationwide, and combined it with Regal Cinemas and Edwards Theatres to form Regal Entertainment Group (source).
See Movie Theaters for other theaters in the Sacramento area.
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2007-06-22 14:40:24 This theater is definitely B-rate, but really is no bargain. The newly renovated Century Stadium 14 down the street is virtually the same price, so it's worth the short walk or drive from Arden Fair if they have the movie you want. In this UA, the seating area is basically flat, intact cup-holders on the seats are a rarity, and the sound leaves something to be desired. When I last saw a movie there, the preview ads finished and the audience had to wait for several minutes until somebody went and reminded a staff member to start the movie. —RyanCoates