Black Friday: here are 10 offers to enjoy culture at a lower price

Black Friday: Here are 10 deals to enjoy culture for less

, Maxime Demers , Raphaël Gendron-Martin , Sarah-Émilie Nault , Cédric Bélanger and Yves Leclerc MISE À DAY

The Black Friday fever that is sweeping the entire planet has not spared culture. Are you looking for tickets to shows, films, books and video games at low prices? The Journal offers you 10 bargains worth mentioning, just to lighten the burden of inflation a little.  

Movies at a discount

Movie buffs can also take advantage of Black Friday to add to their DVD and Blu-Ray collection. You can find bargains on several sites, including Amazon, which offers a box containing the eight films of the Harry Potter saga for only around thirty dollars, a discount of nearly 30%. 

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  • Bring a friend to the OSQ

    The Orchester symphonique de Québec is offering a promotion from Friday to Monday which allows, with the purchase of a ticket, to obtain a second ticket for a friend, a family member, a neighbour, a relative or a colleague of work. You can take advantage of this Black Friday promotion for concerts in the 2022-2023 OSQ season.


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    This striking immersive exhibition on the work of Van Gogh is offered to you 2 for 1 until November 30. Created by the OASIS immersion team, this is a unique exhibition in the world that offers a bright and colorful journey through more than 225 paintings. 


    Place des Arts 

    Place des Arts is feeling generous on this Black Friday as many of the shows that will take place there at over the next few months are discounted. Thus, you can have 50% off the Robert en CharleboisScope show, presented from December 1 to 3. Other discounted shows include Gaz Bar Blues (40%), Symphorien (35%), Chris de Burgh (30%), Tire le coyote (30%) and Daniel Lavoie (20%). 


    Loud in Laval

    After his sold-out show in 2019, rapper Loud will return to the Salle André-Mathieu in Laval, on December 8. For the occasion, the co-motion promoter is offering tickets at a 40% discount. We also offer packages for two tickets starting at $65 on a multitude of other shows. 


    Cirque du Soleil

    If you've always wanted to see a Cirque du Soleil show, but find the tickets are too expensive, now's your chance! The company is offering up to 50% off its Las Vegas shows and 30% off its touring shows, including the brand new ECHO which will be presented in Montreal in the spring. 


    One-way ticket to Gotham

    Have you always dreamed of being a superhero? That's good, since the Montreal studio WB Games offers you the chance to personify no less than four masked vigilantes with its latest offering, Gotham Knights. Slip into the shoes of Robin, Nightwing, Red Hood or even Batgirl for over $50, a 40% discount on the regular price. 

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    From cinema to home

    Because the falling mercury makes the temperature practically conducive to cocooning evenings, Illico offers a wide selection of films available for rental at low prices. The perfect opportunity to discover The Goddess of Fireflies, Maria Chapdelaine or Once Upon a Time in Hollywood for less than three dollars. 

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    Wireless Headphones

    Want to listen to the latest Taylor Swift album undisturbed? Black Friday is the perfect time to find wireless noise canceling headphones on sale. Quality products from major brands such as Sony or Bose are offered at attractive discounts of up to more than $150 at major specialty retailers. 

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    Books at low prices

    Indigo offers great sales on many novels and essays in French and English. We're taking 20% ​​(or even more) off several books in stores from November 22 to 27 and taking the opportunity to get some Quebec hits of the year, including Une femme royale by Catherine Ethier, I'm hungry by illustrator Élise Gravel, Les ombres blanchesby Dominique Fortier or Lamentable by Sam Cyr.

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