Rivertowns Square, Dobbs Ferry
iPic Theaters opens their 16th location
at Rivertown Square in Dobbs Ferry!
We had the pleasure of spending an evening at the theater in Dobbs this week. The pods (seats), the food & drinks, and the staff all get an A+. Read below to learn about a free 3-month membership and all that comes with it. But act quickly, the Grand Opening special is only until May 10th.
To celebrate our much-anticipated arrival to Rivertowns Square, iPic Theaters is offering Dobbs Ferry and Westchester County residents one FREE Premium movie ticket and FREE 3 months’ introductory access to iPic’s acclaimed Sapphire membership program. To know the iPic brand difference is to live it, and the theater is covering the cost of their luxury movie-going experience as their way of thanking the community for a warm welcome.
This exclusive offer is available to all iPic Dobbs Ferry theater patrons until May 10, 2017. The grand opening offer includes:
- Free 3-month access into iPic’s $29/yearly Sapphire level membership
- (1) free iPic Premium movie ticket valid for use 7 days a week at iPic Dobb’s Ferry for films playing on 5/11/17 through 6/28/17
- Priority ticket purchases throughout the year
- (1) free Premium ticket on your birthday
- Free dessert on your anniversary
- Exclusive member perks and benefits
- Earn points on all tickets, food, and non-alcoholic beverages redeemable for free tickets
- Sign up at com or at guest services at the theater by May 10, 2017
iPic Member Pricing – iPic Dobbs Ferry location ONLY* tickets available at iPic.com
(Premium) Monday – Thursday: $12, Friday – Sunday: $14
(Premium Plus) Monday – Thursday: $19, Friday – Sun: $25
Grand opening week at iPic Dobbs Ferry at Rivertowns Square in Westchester takes place Friday May 5 – 11. Tickets available for purchase via iPic.com or through the iPic app. iPic’s opening movie lineup will include:
- Guardians of the Galaxy 2
- The Circle
- Fate of the Furious
- Boss Baby
Be sure to check iPic.com or download the iPic app for the latest scheduled blockbusters.