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All the movies you can eat in a month for £10.99

£10.99 @ Cineworld
Simply buy this card costing £10.99 a month and you can visit the cinema all you want in a month. You would have to visit the cinema at least twice a month for it pay and you would have to rent at … Read More
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Simply buy this card costing £10.99 a month and you can visit the cinema all you want in a month.

You would have to visit the cinema at least twice a month for it pay and you would have to rent at least 3 titles from Blockbuster to cover this (just for comparison)

If you like your cinema then this strikes me as quite a good deal, even if it's used as a regular way to keep the kids quiet.
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#1
I'm voting hot, it's been on the go for the last six years in various forms, but will always get a hot vote from me
#2
Sounds like a good deal, so voted hot - however there's no Cineworld near me, only an Odeon (it's a shame Odeon don't do something like this).
#3
In my local area (Southampton) Odeon are the most expensive.
#5
Don't forget there's a 12 month contract attached to it!!

Also its not valid for the some of the posher cinemas in London, unless you top up an extra £3 a month.

Otherwise for movie aficiondos, this is ideal!
#6
boonkoh
Don't forget there's a 12 month contract attached to it!!

Also its not valid for the some of the posher cinemas in London, unless you top up an extra £3 a month.

Otherwise for movie aficiondos, this is ideal!


I was wondering what happended if you just cancelled the DD.... :whistling:
#7
You breach the contract, and they take action against you?
#8
Thats really good

Very impressed is there one for popcorn too? :thumbsup:
#9
not really sure about being a hot deal as the card has existed at this price for years.
#10
do you get a photograhic id fot this or just a voucher? just thinking if you can pass it to friends and family if your not using it yourself from time to time ?
#11
photo.
#12
dantoe12
not really sure about being a hot deal as the card has existed at this price for years.


Moses could have had one for all we know :roll: - it's a hot deal if people vote for it and besides, I only saw the advert last night.
#13
I was looking into these as there's a few films coming up all close together, would save me some money, but you're tied to a full 12 months :( bah!
#14
LankySi
I was looking into these as there's a few films coming up all close together, would save me some money, but you're tied to a full 12 months :( bah!

but time it right and you can cover an awful lot of films.

http://www.empireonline.com/futurefilms/releases/week.asp?year=2007&month=5

go through and way it up. and don't forget you'll go to films you wouldn't have originally gone for.
#15
SpecialK
do you get a photograhic id fot this or just a voucher? just thinking if you can pass it to friends and family if your not using it yourself from time to time ?


Yeah, it's got a photo on it.
#16
None near me, any idea if Vue do something similar, I love the cinema and the best deal i can hope for is Orange wednesdays but that always gets so busy and limits you to the one day. Voted hot
1 Like #17
Mako,

I usually go for the lastminute.com special Vue tickets - it comes to 4.75 quid per ticket (50p transaction fee) (including the Vue West End). These, however, are only valid for monday-thursday screenings.

See HERE
#18
I heard that this is very good if you use this in conjuction with the orange wednesday.Hence the price is very good if you and a friend/partner split the cost
#19
I've had one of these for the past couple of years and it is seriously worth it people. I know the 12 month contact sounds a bit off-putting but after you have taken the plunge it is well worth it as I've saved a fortune!

The big plus with one of these is going back to see the film you thought was awesome 2 or 3 times, without paying for the production of the thing twice over ;)
#20
[email protected]
I heard that this is very good if you use this in conjuction with the orange wednesday.Hence the price is very good if you and a friend/partner split the cost

How would that work? You only need to buy one ticket and get 2 for 1 with the Orange Wednesday deal.
#21
sicknote
In my local area (Southampton) Odeon are the most expensive.


What is the Cineworld like there? I'm moving to Southampton in a couple of months and I've got an unlimited card - but from looking at their screenings - it doesnt look very big.
#22
yeah but thats a £132 for a year. ummmm thats a bit much but if you go to cinema 3 times a week its the only way itll be worth it.
#23
I have had one of these since they started and it has certainly come in handy though there are certainly periods of time where I do not use it at all.

Given I have a CineWorld near me, it is the main reason why I may never get a pay-for DVD rental service. Unfortunately you can only get tickets 12 hours in advance of the showing so it can be awkward to guarantee a ticket for busy films. There used to be a way to book in advance via some super premium phone line but that seems to have fallen by the wayside.

Given how expensive some cinemas are, you don't have to see all that many films per month to make it worthwhile but they still get your money even if you don't go to see any films.
#24
jinkssick
yeah but thats a £132 for a year. ummmm thats a bit much but if you go to cinema 3 times a week its the only way itll be worth it.

13 a month, its 6.50 a film in ours. two films a month, easy peasy.
#25
Like has been said, not new, I have had my £10.99 Unlimited card for over a year. But the fact I have means it has to be hot :)

Well worth it, you also get exclusive offers most month like Popcorn and Coke for £2.50 (instead of a fiver!), so basically the £10.99 could cover just one trip a month and still be worth it. :thumbsup:
#26
czantra
I have had one of these since they started and it has certainly come in handy though there are certainly periods of time where I do not use it at all.

Given I have a CineWorld near me, it is the main reason why I may never get a pay-for DVD rental service. Unfortunately you can only get tickets 12 hours in advance of the showing so it can be awkward to guarantee a ticket for busy films. There used to be a way to book in advance via some super premium phone line but that seems to have fallen by the wayside.

Given how expensive some cinemas are, you don't have to see all that many films per month to make it worthwhile but they still get your money even if you don't go to see any films.


You have to book your seats? Can't you just turn up whenever?
#27
I have this and recommend it (voted hot).

plus points:
get to see films you wouldn't normally pay for as you don't care if they turn out to be crap - no money wasted. Can go see a film as a favour for someone and no money down (i saw magicians.. ick).
offers sent through via email such as free popcorn occasionally (when buying something else).


negative points:
can't book in advance other than over the counter, so you and all your non-card holding friends have to arrive and queue at the same time as it's not general admission.
Cineworld aren't always the best cinemas, but my local one has improved significantly over the last couple of years. avoided this offer at first cos it was such a terrible cinema, but have no jumped aboard.
you get to see films you wouldn't normally see and turn out to be crap :p



overall though, you can't beat the price.
it stops you going on holiday too cos you feel like you're wasting the card ;)
#28
hairychad
I have this and recommend it (voted hot).

plus points:
get to see films you wouldn't normally pay for as you don't care if they turn out to be crap - no money wasted. Can go see a film as a favour for someone and no money down (i saw magicians.. ick).
offers sent through via email such as free popcorn occasionally (when buying something else).


negative points:
can't book in advance other than over the counter, so you and all your non-card holding friends have to arrive and queue at the same time as it's not general admission.
Cineworld aren't always the best cinemas, but my local one has improved significantly over the last couple of years. avoided this offer at first cos it was such a terrible cinema, but have no jumped aboard.
you get to see films you wouldn't normally see and turn out to be crap :p



overall though, you can't beat the price.
it stops you going on holiday too cos you feel like you're wasting the card ;)


Ah so you can just go straight to the cinema and queue up like normal? Thats good will keep it in mind takes 20 minutes to get to my nearest one though.
#29
ade2j
Ah so you can just go straight to the cinema and queue up like normal? Thats good will keep it in mind takes 20 minutes to get to my nearest one though.


yeah queue up like normal and hand the card over instead of cash.
The photo id card will be put down as £3 on their books so don't worry about cheating your favourite hollywood studio out of their share.:whistling:

the big downside is not being able to book ahead like people who haven't paid to be in this scheme - seems a bit backwards.

we were next to the cinema on friday and tried to book at lunchtime for evening shows of the new crappy pirates film but it was fully sold out because people had been booking all week.
(wouldn't pay to see that film, but it'll be reasonable for "free"!)
#30
hairychad
yeah queue up like normal and hand the card over instead of cash.
The photo id card will be put down as £3 on their books so don't worry about cheating your favourite hollywood studio out of their share.:whistling:

the big downside is not being able to book ahead like people who haven't paid to be in this scheme - seems a bit backwards.

we were next to the cinema on friday and tried to book at lunchtime for evening shows of the new crappy pirates film but it was fully sold out because people had been booking all week.
(wouldn't pay to see that film, but it'll be reasonable for "free"!)


Yeah it's just the pop corn that annoys me sick of going to wooly's for pick and mix all the time. Thanks for the information shame it's a photo id else I could give it to friends if they want to pop out.
#31
ade2j
Yeah it's just the pop corn that annoys me sick of going to wooly's for pick and mix all the time. Thanks for the information shame it's a photo id else I could give it to friends if they want to pop out.


when you have this card you would probably die if you had popcorn each trip.
I just take a bottle of coke i buy from a cheapo shop near work for 39p, so ignoring the monthly direct debit, that's 39p plus petrol for a film. not bad.
#32
hairychad
when you have this card you would probably die if you had popcorn each trip.
I just take a bottle of coke i buy from a cheapo shop near work for 39p, so ignoring the monthly direct debit, that's 39p plus petrol for a film. not bad.


Yeah sounds good. Oh and also is it direct debited each month or do I pay it all at once?
#33
ade2j
Yeah sounds good. Oh and also is it direct debited each month or do I pay it all at once?


Think you can do both... you definitely used to be able to pay up front for a whole year as you could give them as gift vouchers.
#34
jan08
How would that work? You only need to buy one ticket and get 2 for 1 with the Orange Wednesday deal.


I just hand over my unlimited card and the orange code as you would normally if you were paying by cash or credit/debit card.

I've only had one cinema employee question me using my unlimited card as well as an orange wednesday code... and they were soon told in no uncertain terms that it is company policy to allow this!

The way I see it is you've bought a cinema ticket (you've just opted to pre-pay for it).
#35
Strange that this has been around for years, why is it being posted now?
#36
drtesseract
Strange that this has been around for years, why is it being posted now?


People sometimes don't know about it? I never knew
#37
bungle1979
I just hand over my unlimited card and the orange code as you would normally if you were paying by cash or credit/debit card.

I've only had one cinema employee question me using my unlimited card as well as an orange wednesday code... and they were soon told in no uncertain terms that it is company policy to allow this!

The way I see it is you've bought a cinema ticket (you've just opted to pre-pay for it).

Hmmmm, I like it. So, basically I could take my boy once a week to the pics and it'd cost me £11 a month. That sounds like a great deal to me
#38
LankySi
I was looking into these as there's a few films coming up all close together, would save me some money, but you're tied to a full 12 months :( bah!


It's worth it, especially in west/central London (near me) as one ticket would cost you nearly £9 in some places. All you need to see is another film that month and you're ahead.

Sure, there are some months where there's absolutely nothing to see but sometimes you see films that you wouldn't have done normally (which can be good!) or some months you end up going 3 times a week, which more than makes up for the slack months.

I've had one for about 4 or 5 years now and it's brilliant. In that time I think they've upped the price by £1, which isn't bad considering that actual ticket prices have probably gone up by more in that time. The fact that Cineworld bought out UGC makes it even better, there's now about 2 more big multiplexes near me that weren't previously UGCs, so more choice.

Unfortunately Cineworld don't tend to show the wide variety of films that UGC did, and they tend to take films off very quickly after release.

To be honest the whole not being able to book with the card doesn't bother me, as I tend to go during the day when it's not so busy, or if I do go at night it's when the film's not as popular.

Although I'm pretty sure there used to be an unlimited card booking hotline (but this might not have survived the changeover to UGC).

Sorry for the long post but I hope this info helps make someone's mind up!
#39
Could you use the orange wednesday with a vue ticket bought from lastminute for £4.75? That would make it a great deal.
#40
One thing to note - you cant book films with this card as far as I know. So if a mate is going and wants to include you when they go they cant book you a ticket with your card... only down side I can see to this. Or if a film is likely to be popular and sell out before you get to the cinema...

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