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  • People want variable pricing at the cinema
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People want variable pricing at the cinema

According to research cinema admissions have dropped by 8.3% between 2012 and 2014. In the UK alone the box office fell by 15%. As more and more movies leak online or are added to streaming services quicker than ever, how can cinemas retain their audiences?

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