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2 Free Cinema Tickets with Mars Products (8 tokens needed - 2 for £2.50 in Somerfield - = £10.00)

£10.00 @ Cineworld
I believe this deal has run before. Buy 8 promotional pouch packets (Mars, Revels, Minstrels, M and Ms) and get 2 free cinema tickets for Cineworld. Tickets can be used Mon-Thurs. Currently these…
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
I believe this deal has run before. Buy 8 promotional pouch packets (Mars, Revels, Minstrels, M and Ms) and get 2 free cinema tickets for Cineworld. Tickets can be used Mon-Thurs.

Currently these packs are 2 for £2.50 in Somerfield (although Tescos and Sainsburys have done 2 for £2 in the past). This means for £10 I get a shed load of chocolate and 2 cinema tickets worth up to £14. Surely thats a hot deal!!!!
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#1
I collected these last time and when we went to use them we found we couldn't see the film we wanted as it hadn't been out for more than 2 weeks or something like that. I think the local Cinema's can make their own rules up as the T&C's leave you in their hands. As there was nothing else that was any good on and our useby date was the next day we didn't even use the tickets! The chocolate was nice though and it was 2 for £2 then :thumbsup:


From the T&C's:

11. Promotional vouchers and cinema tickets are subject to cinema’s and film’s standard terms and conditions. The cinema manager's decision (including the right to refuse entry to a particular film) is final.

Best to check what your local Cinema says you can & can't see before you set off with your free tickets.
#2
professor yaffle
I collected these last time and when we went to use them we found we couldn't see the film we wanted as it hadn't been out for more than 2 weeks or something like that. I think the local Cinema's can make their own rules up as the T&C's leave you in their hands. As there was nothing else that was any good on and our useby date was the next day we didn't even use the tickets! The chocolate was nice though and it was 2 for £2 then :thumbsup:


From the T&C's:

11. Promotional vouchers and cinema tickets are subject to cinema’s and film’s standard terms and conditions. The cinema manager's decision (including the right to refuse entry to a particular film) is final.

Best to check what your local Cinema says you can & can't see before you set off with your free tickets.


I think you were just unlucky. i've never had a problem. I've seen films on the day of release.
#3
Not many Cineworld near me nearest 75+ miles away damn!
#4
packard
Not many Cineworld near me nearest 75+ miles away damn!


They take them at Showcase and Empire cinemas too if that helps.
#5
hot deal, but i think i'll just buy the cinema tickets - i'm fat enough as it is!
#6
£10 is the price (pretty much) of 2 tickets anyway - with the added bonus of a heap of chocolate . . . . . hmmmmmmmmm - I vote that HOT as you can eat , keep, or give away the choccy
#7
I used to work in a cinema, so might be able to shed some light. ALL cinemas have a list called 'Free List Suspended', which contains films that 'free' vouchers (from whichever source) CANNOT be used. The film distributors determine whether or not their films will be 'Free List Suspended' on release, and for how long they will stay there.

Some cinemas will advertise free list suspended films as such in their listings in local papers, but most don't bother these days.

Anyway, most cinemas will most deffo take these vouchers, and most films will be available - but bear in mind there will be the odd one where you can't get it too near release using these.

Hope that helps.

As for the deal - CRACKING - just think how many people buy two cinema tickets then pay near £3 for a SINGLE bag of these sweets! Man, it's crazy! :)
#8
I think the Times or Telegraph deal was better. It worked out at a pound a ticket and a choice of three different cinemas including Vue and Odeon.

Hot I guess if you would normally buy lots of chocolate but not for me. :)
#9
done before but never got the tickets or either that got lost in the post
#10
Bit misleading - they arent really free its £10 lol. still a good deal though :)
#11
It's costs £2.50 to go to our local cinema so nerrr!
#12
chris-richardson
Bit misleading - they arent really free its £10 lol. still a good deal though :)


Yeah, I wasn't sure how to put it up. I'm sure if I'd put up £0.00 someone would have pointed out you had to spend £10.00 lol!

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