If you’re a true couponer, you know their value reaches well beyond the grocery aisle. In fact, they can even reach the theater aisle – a place where many don’t even think to look for savings. If you are an avid movie buff, look for discounts at the box office and concession stand. The easiest and quickest trick is to go the movies during the day and pay the lower matinée ticket prices, rather than going at night. Next, think about your demographic because just about every theater chain offers a discount for students, senior citizens (age limit varies by chain) and military personnel. If it’s not posted at the box office, don’t be afraid to ask. It will save you a few bucks. In addition, some theaters offer value days, twilight pricing or economy tickets at greatly reduced prices for films that have been out for a few weeks. You’d be amazed at the savings (sometimes up to 50%), if you just wait to see a film. For more tips on how to save at the movies, see the full story on our sister site, Living on the Cheap.