Military families invited to movies for free on Christmas Eve

UltraStar Cinemas is offering free Christmas Eve admission for military families at all locations.  The “Free Movie Night” program was founded in 2006 as UltraStar’s way of expressing thanks to members of the military for their dedication and service. All UltraStar theater locations in San Diego County, Orange County and the Inland Empire are participating. Servicemen and women can simply present a valid military ID at the box office for complimentary admission to any movie from 6 p.m. to close on Christmas Eve. Accompanying family members with valid dependent ID will receive free admission as well.

“We are extremely fortunate for the opportunity to acknowledge the dedicated men and women who are serving our country,” said John Ellison Jr., Senior Vice President, UltraStar Cinemas. “Every year, Free Movie Night is our way of showing gratitude, especially given our theaters’ proximity to many major bases. We hope all military families will come out and join us for an evening of complimentary movies on Christmas Eve.”

UltraStar’s San Diego County locations include: Mission Marketplace/Oceanside, La Costa, Del Mar Highlands, Poway Creekside, Mission Valley at Hazard Center, Flower Hill/ Del Mar, River Village/Fallbrook and Chula Vista. Inland Empire locations include Fontana, Apple Valley/Victorville, and University Village/Riverside. UltraStar’s Orange County theater is located at Anaheim GardenWalk. For a complete listing of movie show times, please visit

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