AMC Loews Streets of Woodfield

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Venue name: AMC Loews Streets of Woodfield
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Address: 601 N Martingale Rd
Schaumburg
60173
Price: Adults $10 after 4pm; kids ages 2–12 $7; matinee $8 before 3:55pm; seniors age 60 and up $9
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