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Alamo Drafthouse Offers You $5 Love Notes, Pre-Movie Ads for Valentine’s

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This Valentine’s Day, Alamo Drafthouse breaks their personal ads rule by offering Love Notes. Guests can purchase personal Notes (up to 60 characters) to run on the big screen. Proceeds benefit ongoing relief efforts in Puerto Rico and Australia.

Alamo Drafthouse founder and CEO Tim League said, “These love notes aren’t just for couples – last year one guy even sent a love note to himself. I’m happy we’re able to harness the power of love to help two very good causes.”

Love Notes Only $5 

Alamo Drafthouse Offers You $5 Love Notes, Pre-Movie Ads for Valentine's

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Drafthouse guests who purchase advance tickets for a Valentine’s Day screening before February 7 can also purchase a $5 Love Note. Funds raised are split between UNIDOS Disaster Relief & Recovery Program to Support Puerto Rico, and GlobalGiving’s Australia Wildfire Relief Fund. Alamo Gives will also contribute $5,000 to each cause.

Those who purchase a Love Note are entered into a sweepstakes for a free year of movies at Alamo Drafthouse. Love Notes are available online at drafthouse.com.

Valentine’s Day Films

Alamo Drafthouse Offers You $5 Love Notes, Pre-Movie Ads for Valentine's

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The following are some of the Valentine’s Day films and special promotions offered at various Drafthouse locations. Enjoy a feast screening of the 1990 Patrick Swayze classic heartbreaker, “Ghost.” A multi-course feast pairs food and drink with 2018 rom/com, “Crazy Rich Asians.”

An interactive movie party celebrates the 2004 adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Phantom of the Opera.” Or catch a screening of David Lynch’s 1990 black comedy romance, “Wild at Heart,” starring Nicolas Cage, Laura Dern, and a snakeskin jacket.

Alamo Drafthouse Offers You $5 Love Notes, Pre-Movie Ads for Valentine's

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Austin-based Alamo Drafthouse started in 1997 as a single-screen repertory theater. They now have 41 cinemas around the country, with more on the way! Most Texans know you don’t go to Alamo Drafthouse just to see a movie. You go to enjoy their full-service menus and great servers, funky promotions themed to the film, and ultra-comfy reclining chairs.

Proclaimed “best theater in America” by Entertainment Weekly, Alamo Drafthouse was also called “best theater in the world” by Wired! Popular special events include their eight-day Fantastic Fest celebrating independent films.