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Average cinema ticket price in Spain 2009-2017

Average cinema ticket price in Spain from 2009 to 2017 (in euros)

by Fernando Forte, last edited Jun 27, 2019
Average cinema ticket price in Spain 2009-2017 In 2017, the average price of a cinema ticket was 6.96 euros. The price of cinema tickets fluctuated over the last years, with 2012 being the period in which the highest average price was registered at 7.08 euros per ticket. By contrast, the cheapest price was recorded in 2009 at 5.96 euros, one euro cheaper than the average in 2017. Although its popularity is in decline, nearly 4 percent of Spaniards stated they still went to the movies in 2018.

Attitudes towards the cinema are changing in Spain


The popularity of cinema does not seem to be too high among those aged 65 years and older. 20- to 24-year-olds, however, were more likely to watch a film at the theater, with 7.1 percent of respondents within this age group. Cinema screens in Spain have been decreasing over the last few years, with figures showing a drop of approximately 300 screens in the recent years.


The history of cinema and its millionaire revenues


Spain has its own movie production industry acclaimed by many cinema lovers. The Spanish production that featured the highest box office revenue as of October 2018 was “Champions” (Campeones), a comedy drama that gathered up approximately 19 million euros. “The best summer of my life” (El major verano de mi vida) is a reworked version of the Italian movie “Sole a Cantinelle”, and it featured box office figures of nearly 8 million euros in 2018.
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by Fernando Forte, last edited Jun 27, 2019
In 2017, the average price of a cinema ticket was 6.96 euros. The price of cinema tickets fluctuated over the last years, with 2012 being the period in which the highest average price was registered at 7.08 euros per ticket. By contrast, the cheapest price was recorded in 2009 at 5.96 euros, one euro cheaper than the average in 2017. Although its popularity is in decline, nearly 4 percent of Spaniards stated they still went to the movies in 2018.

Attitudes towards the cinema are changing in Spain


The popularity of cinema does not seem to be too high among those aged 65 years and older. 20- to 24-year-olds, however, were more likely to watch a film at the theater, with 7.1 percent of respondents within this age group. Cinema screens in Spain have been decreasing over the last few years, with figures showing a drop of approximately 300 screens in the recent years.


The history of cinema and its millionaire revenues


Spain has its own movie production industry acclaimed by many cinema lovers. The Spanish production that featured the highest box office revenue as of October 2018 was “Champions” (Campeones), a comedy drama that gathered up approximately 19 million euros. “The best summer of my life” (El major verano de mi vida) is a reworked version of the Italian movie “Sole a Cantinelle”, and it featured box office figures of nearly 8 million euros in 2018.
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