The reason I ask this is because I have some relatives who want everything for free. My Grandmother purchased 10 $1 boxes of candy from The Dollar Tree. These are huge boxes of candy. Basically, she paid $10 for the candy. She says people are going to have to pay $1 for the candy. I told her some people (relatives especially) will not like that. One cousin, will say, "Put it on my tab". If you charge for candy in your theater, how do you handle cheapskates? My Grandmother also says that if people don't want to pay, she will have to put empty boxes in the candy counter. I thought that would make people complain even more if the boxes are empty. Granny is thinking this way, "They are getting a free movie, popcorn, hot dogs and soda". She said, "They don't mind paying for a rental from Blockbuster". I can't wait to see what one particular cousin will say about paying $1 for the candy. My theater brunch is Sunday. We do have some free candy. This is just peppermints and red hot balls. My Grandmother also says, "I paid for it. I'll just tell them it's mine. If they want any it's $1."