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33% off Odeon this week! - e.g - Bristol - BFG x2 Adult Tickets for £6.70

£6.70 @ ODEON
Just got an email highlighting this offer, great to entertain the kids this week. Not valid for Finding Dory or Suicide Squad :( Well we've got a little summer treat for you with a special 33% o… Read More
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10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago
Just got an email highlighting this offer, great to entertain the kids this week.

Not valid for Finding Dory or Suicide Squad :(

Well we've got a little summer treat for you with a special 33% off tickets from the 16th to 18th August (inclusive) valid at the box office and online.

Book in advance online and use the code AUG33.

Valid on screenings between Tuesday 16th August to Thursday 18th August 2016 inclusive only.
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#1
Better off with Meerkat Movies really.
3 Likes #2
sonicfury
Better off with Meerkat Movies really.
Good point, but Meerkat doesn't work on Thursdays, right?
#3
Might be great for entertaining the kids - but my lot are back to school today... Cue big cheer from parents. X)

Edited By: alg on Aug 16, 2016 14:00
#4
this is still a rip off.
get tickets for £3.50 off ebay
#5
Ok what am I missing here please. Average ticket price for an adult circa £10. 33% off gets you to about £6.70 for a ticket, so how do you get 2 tickets for just £6.70 unless you are somehow able to combine this with meerkat movies?
1 Like #6
jamhole
this is still a rip off.
get tickets for £3.50 off ebay

Where?
#7
eh, it says eBay in my post. I no longer pay more than £4 max for the latest blockbuster on a Saturday night.
[mod] 2 Likes #8
ghostm4n
Ok what am I missing here please. Average ticket price for an adult circa £10. 33% off gets you to about £6.70 for a ticket, so how do you get 2 tickets for just £6.70 unless you are somehow able to combine this with meerkat movies?

I think different branches have different ticket prices.

Prices for BFG in Bristol are here

http://i.imgur.com/JNrDaeS.png

Edited By: NeoTrix on Aug 16, 2016 16:03
1 Like #9
jamhole
eh, it says eBay in my post. I no longer pay more than £4 max for the latest blockbuster on a Saturday night.

Yes where on Ebay I can't find 3.50 tickets? Just bundles.
1 Like #10
aladdin68
sonicfury
Better off with Meerkat Movies really.
Good point, but Meerkat doesn't work on Thursdays, right?

No just Tuesday and Wednesday I think but pretty sure you can use it on any film which is a plus.
3 Likes #11
NeoTrix
ghostm4n
Ok what am I missing here please. Average ticket price for an adult circa £10. 33% off gets you to about £6.70 for a ticket, so how do you get 2 tickets for just £6.70 unless you are somehow able to combine this with meerkat movies?

I think different branches have different ticket prices.

Prices for BFG in Bristol are here

http://i.imgur.com/JNrDaeS.png


Woooowww are we being ripped off down here or what???
#12
Thank you.
#13
NeoTrix
ghostm4n
Ok what am I missing here please. Average ticket price for an adult circa £10. 33% off gets you to about £6.70 for a ticket, so how do you get 2 tickets for just £6.70 unless you are somehow able to combine this with meerkat movies?
I think different branches have different ticket prices.

Definitely - Dundee had those prices over the Christmas period last year iirc - but at the moment tickets for the BFG are £6.50 and up to £8.66 for the package prices.

When I went to see Suicide Squad last week, tickets for all ages were £8.50 for the non-premier seats on a 2D showing.
1 Like #14
NeoTrix
ghostm4n
Ok what am I missing here please. Average ticket price for an adult circa £10. 33% off gets you to about £6.70 for a ticket, so how do you get 2 tickets for just £6.70 unless you are somehow able to combine this with meerkat movies?
I think different branches have different ticket prices.
Prices for BFG in Bristol are herehttp://i.imgur.com/JNrDaeS.png


£5 A TICKET!!!!!

Odeon Maidstone would charge me £22ish for me and my lad to watch a film!!!!
#15
alg
Might be great for entertaining the kids - but my lot are back to school today... Cue big cheer from parents. X)


How?
#16
rohitmkiller
alg
Might be great for entertaining the kids - but my lot are back to school today... Cue big cheer from parents. X)
How?
Scotland I guess! The kids go back to school this week.
From my fading recollection of schooldays there, I think they break up at the beginning of June.

Edited By: anglo on Aug 17, 2016 04:57
5 Likes #17
ghostm4n
Ok what am I missing here please. Average ticket price for an adult circa £10. 33% off gets you to about £6.70 for a ticket, so how do you get 2 tickets for just £6.70 unless you are somehow able to combine this with meerkat movies?

Search for odeon tickets or odeon voucher codes on ebay. There are loads of sellers there offering 10 codes for £33-£39+++

These codes work almost everywhere except the central London odeons (Leicester Square and a few others but the sellers usually mention this in the item description )

In all other odeons these codes/vouchers can be used for any 2D movie without any other restrictions (can use even on release days for blockbusters!! )

Buy from a seller with decent feedback and the codes are valid for 6-12 months in most cases. (Check on the item description and see if the seller has stated this clearly)

Once you but the voucher codes go to the odeon website and book your tickets. Enter the line of code that your eBay seller has sent you for each ticket

Odeon then sents you a code for the ticket by email.

Ignore the bit about needing the credit card used to buy the ticket etc etc in the email from odeon !!..

All you need for the ticket is a 10 digit number in the email.

Now go to the cinema and enter the code on the self service machines in the " clubcard and promotions section) .

The ticket comes out of the machine and that's it.

Alternatively the email from odeon has a QR code that can be used at the cinema. However I still prefer the old style tickets .





Edited By: ukdoctor on Aug 17, 2016 06:13: Spelling
#18
Meerkat works on Tuesday and Wednesday i guess, i will try this today
#19
Works for films at Odeon Hull so you're only paying £2.84 for a ticket!
1 Like #20
ghostm4n
NeoTrix
ghostm4n
Ok what am I missing here please. Average ticket price for an adult circa £10. 33% off gets you to about £6.70 for a ticket, so how do you get 2 tickets for just £6.70 unless you are somehow able to combine this with meerkat movies?
I think different branches have different ticket prices.
Prices for BFG in Bristol are herehttp://i.imgur.com/JNrDaeS.png
Woooowww are we being ripped off down here or what???
Bloomin eck! Here in Norwich we're paying £11.25 for an adult at peak times. Family of 4 ticket offer is £30, which I thought was good.:o
#21
anglo
rohitmkiller
alg
Might be great for entertaining the kids - but my lot are back to school today... Cue big cheer from parents. X)
How?
Scotland I guess! The kids go back to school this week.
From my fading recollection of schooldays there, I think they break up at the beginning of June.

Yes, Scotland, but not the beginning of June. Even when I were a lad, the schools finish last week in June (Usually after 28th June) and back mid-August.

For the past couple of years some of the council areas have even nudged the break into July.
#22
Code doesn't work with meerkat, just tried it online, you get an error saying you can't combine them. Boooooo.
#23
Thanks for posting - saved over £7.
#24
in hull all tickets are £4 apart from 3d they're £5 amd also the concert ones plus the 33% off I've just got a great bargain thanks
#25
alg
anglo
rohitmkiller
alg
Might be great for entertaining the kids - but my lot are back to school today... Cue big cheer from parents. X)
How?
Scotland I guess! The kids go back to school this week.
From my fading recollection of schooldays there, I think they break up at the beginning of June.
Yes, Scotland, but not the beginning of June. Even when I were a lad, the schools finish last week in June (Usually after 28th June) and back mid-August.
For the past couple of years some of the council areas have even nudged the break into July.
alg, of course, you are correct.
I don't know what I was thinking of when I typed June instead of July, as that would be 10 weeks off school for the little blighters rather than six. :)
1 Like #26
anglo
alg
anglo
rohitmkiller
alg
Might be great for entertaining the kids - but my lot are back to school today... Cue big cheer from parents. X)
How?
Scotland I guess! The kids go back to school this week.
From my fading recollection of schooldays there, I think they break up at the beginning of June.
Yes, Scotland, but not the beginning of June. Even when I were a lad, the schools finish last week in June (Usually after 28th June) and back mid-August.
For the past couple of years some of the council areas have even nudged the break into July.
alg, of course, you are correct.
I don't know what I was thinking of when I typed June instead of July, as that would be 10 weeks off school for the little blighters rather than six. :)

And six is more than enough. X)
#27
jamhole
eh, it says eBay in my post. I no longer pay more than £4 max for the latest blockbuster on a Saturday night.

Where on Ebay still waiting? :P
#28
just put odeon ticket or odeon code in eBay search and choose a bundle of tickets. you usually have between 3 and 12 months to use the tickets. check with the seller the expiry dates if it's not listed on the description.
There's some that say in description they expire 2 weeks after purchase. I queried this and he told me 31st Dec is actual expiry date. I've never had an odeon code not work for me.

Edited By: jamhole on Aug 19, 2016 14:13: typo

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