On Wednesdays during the month of June, teachers can see a movie at Alamo Drafthouse's Dallas-Fort Worth theaters for free.
The deal is good at six Alamo Drafthouses in North Texas: North Richland Hills, Denton, Lake Highlands, Las Colinas, Richardson and in The Cedars in Dallas. The movie must be showing before 5 p.m. on June 5, 12, 18 or 26. (Teacher Appreciation Wednesdays has been extended through August in the past. We'll see if that happens again.)
The timing is good, as this June will see Godzilla: King of Monsters, Rocketman, X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Men in Black: International and Toy Story 4 in theaters.
Alamo's deal extends beyond teachers to school faculty or other staff members, as well as to homeschooling parents. Just bring a faculty ID or other form of documentation to the box office.
The movie theater has been generous to teachers in the past, like when it offered free daytime movies for two weeks in March during Spring Break. It's been giving away movie tickets to teachers since 2015.
Not a teacher? Smart elementary-aged kids get free pizza this week.