The Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) is giving ticket discounts to Filipino students, senior citizens, and persons with disability (PWD) starting December 27, 2016 until the MMFF ends on January 3, 2017.
The MMFF made this announcement on its Facebook page, following a previous announcement of the four top-grossing films based on ticket sales on opening day, December 25. According to the MMFF Executive Committee, the top four films are: Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank 2, Die Beautiful, Seklusyon, and Vince & Kath & James.
To avail of the discount, students must present their school ID, while senior citizens are required to present an identification card issued by the office of the Senior Citizen Affairs (OSCA) of the place where the senior citizen resides, the passport of the senior citizen concerned and other documents that establish that senior citizen is a citizen of the Republic and is at least sixty (60) years age of age. PWDs, on the other hand, must present an identification card issued by the LGUs where he/she resides or by the National Council for the Welfare of Disable Persons (NCWDP).
According to the MMFF, this special discount is applicable to the following MMFF 2016 entries: Kabisera, Oro, Saving Sally, and Sunday Beauty Queen.
The discount is valid at all cinemas nationwide, for tickets purchased by walk-in customers. Tickets purchased online are not included.
Take note that only the student, senior citizen, or PWD is entitled to the discount, and the special discount does not apply to their companions. The discount is not valid in conjunction with other promotions, discounts or vouchers.
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