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  • Choovie offers Aussies cheap movie tickets
  • Choovie offers Aussies cheap movie tickets
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Choovie offers Aussies cheap movie tickets

In a bid to lure people away from their smartphone screens, cinemas are evolving to offer better quality experiences. But for 79% of Aussies, ticket prices are too high. Choovie is an app offering film buffs Down Under cheaper movie tickets to see the films that aren’t in high demand.

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