This summer, AMC Theatres is offering a deal that’ll probably be hotter than the weather.
Starting June 5, kids can watch select movies and enjoy snacks at participating theaters for just $4 on Wednesday mornings, according to CNN.
“AMC is proud to offer this program to give our AMC CLASSIC communities a fun and safe activity for kids this summer,” the theater chain said in a statement.
Some of the movies available under AMC’s “Summer Movie Camp” program, include “Trolls,” “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part,” “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” and “Teen Titans Go! to the Movies.”
Adults can also take advantage of the program, a spokesperson told CNN. Those under 12, however, must be accompanied by a chaperone.
The announcement is part of a broader plan by AMC to draw in more customers. The chain is already offering “Discount Tuesdays,” a promotion that lets cinema fans watch movies for about $5.
The “Summer Movie Camp” promotion ends August 14.