Black Mountain News: Movie ticket prices to increase in Jan.

From Black Mountain News:

The new 7 percent tax means a ticket that was $30 would increase to $32. Some box offices will sell tickets at a base price plus tax and other plan to wrap the cost into the total ticket price, said John Ellis, managing director of the Diana Wortham Theatre in Asheville.


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0 thoughts on “Black Mountain News: Movie ticket prices to increase in Jan.

  1. Ken Hanke

    Not sure how this relates to movie ticket prices as such. Last I knew movie tickets weren’t $30 and the Diana Wortham wasn’t a movie theater.

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