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CIneworld Monthly Pass

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If you have a Cineworld near you, you might know that an adult ticket if £6.20. Now for £11.99 you can go unlimited & anytime. So if you go to the Cinema more than twice a month you are guarantee… Read More
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If you have a Cineworld near you, you might know that an adult ticket if £6.20.

Now for £11.99 you can go unlimited & anytime. So if you go to the Cinema more than twice a month you are guaranteed to make a saving!
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#1
Voted Warm as this deal has been going for years, however very few people know about it, so always nice to inform them!
#2
good deal but i doub many people go to the cinema twice a month every month. voted hot anyway
#3
actually quite a lot should know about it, its heavily advertised [banners etc] in two cineworlds near me so im guessing in every other too.
And on the website.
IT's actually gone up in price since when i got my card (mine was 10.99)

PLEASE NOTE: It's a 12 month contract.
#4
twice a month is easy.
#5
chris_b
good deal but i doub many people go to the cinema twice a month every month. voted hot anyway

great deal shame there isnt a cineworld near us, my DS goes to the cinema an awful lot
#6
chris_b
good deal but i doub many people go to the cinema twice a month every month. voted hot anyway

I go once a week, twice if i can.. I do have alot of extra time --
You can also get one person in free on orange wednedays.
#7
chris_b
good deal but i doub many people go to the cinema twice a month every month. voted hot anyway


Really?
You'd be surprised. We go once a week on Orange Wednesdays and have been known to have a full Wednesday in the Cinema...LOL I would say anyone who loves Cinema would look to see what's on every week and could be tempted more if they knew they'd already paid for the month.

This has been around for a few years now and I would be very tempted if there was a decent Cineworld on my dooor step. I know someone who has just got this pass, and they obviously love film, but it means they can go whenever they feel like it. Nothing on TV...go to the Cinema. Just passing and at a loose end call in to see what's on. They love it. It also means they can go back to see a film they REALLY like again.
#8
i didnt know about it but thats a fantastic deal! thanks!
#9
12 months contract is a big NO. Probably would go with Orange Wednesdays since you can get the SMS from any friend who has Orange connection if you don't :-)
#10
STUkrugen
Really?
You'd be surprised. We go once a week on Orange Wednesdays and have been known to have a full Wednesday in the Cinema...LOL I would say anyone who loves Cinema would look to see what's on every week and could be tempted more if they knew they'd already paid for the month.

This has been around for a few years now and I would be very tempted if there was a decent Cineworld on my dooor step. I know someone who has just got this pass, and they obviously love film, but it means they can go whenever they feel like it. Nothing on TV...go to the Cinema. Just passing and at a loose end call in to see what's on. They love it. It also means they can go back to see a film they REALLY like again.


That's what I do. It's great.

The other big bonus of having the card is that it lets you experiment with seeing films that you'd never normally see. Silver Surfer, for example, I'd have skipped on until it was on Sky Movies. Thank You For Smoking, Tsotsi, and The Good Shepard I'd never have seen if it wasn't for the card. Admittedly, The Good Shepard wouldn't have been a great loss, but then, there's the other perk of a cinema card - you can walk out guilt-free if something's rubbish. You haven't just wasted £7 of your money (and sometimes £7 of someone else's) on a boring film.

Definetely a Hot Deal.
#11
good offer seeing as i dont pay for it.
my mate has a card and lets me watch films when hes got lessons and ive got frees. its ****in ideal cos u can go watch an hour of a movie then go the rest of the movie on your next free period. we probably use it about 10 times a month. gd ****.
#12
I posted this a few months ago. Great deal if you can make it the cinema.


http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=71169&highlight=movies
#13
It's pretty good if you do go to the cinema regulary, but the 12 month contract makes it quite expensive. Also you cannot book tickets in advance with it, so for popular films that have just been released you're not going to stand much chance of getting in, unless you live close of course and can just pop in on the morning or something.

We live 30 min drive away from our local one. We haven't opted to get one of these, but I do think it's a good deal.
#14
Had my card for over 5 years now, only downside when you do use the card a lot you get very sick of the orange adverts and all the neds/hoodies that go into a cinema just to annoy everyone in it.

I don't go that often anymore as im sick of screaming and shouting that goes up the back of the cinema.
#15
AngelPenny
It's pretty good if you do go to the cinema regulary, but the 12 month contract makes it quite expensive. Also you cannot book tickets in advance with it, so for popular films that have just been released you're not going to stand much chance of getting in, unless you live close of course and can just pop in on the morning or something.

We live 30 min drive away from our local one. We haven't opted to get one of these, but I do think it's a good deal.


Used to be £9.99 p/month for ages, now £10.99.

Would annoy me to if i couldn't get tickets for opening night of a film, i always book online to guarantee my seats!

"good offer seeing as i dont pay for it.
my mate has a card and lets me watch films when hes got lessons and ive got frees"

Doesn't the card have your photo on it like a drivers licence?
#16
I think it's fantastic - had one for years - way back when it was a Virgin Mega Pass. We tend to see two on a Saturday night - one at 7pm and one at 9pm - we more than make our money back even if we only go two weekends in the month. :)
#17
anyone else notice how easy (and satisfying) it is to pay for a movie, get through the tkt barrier, watch said movie then just trot along to a second movie (or for the daredevils a third!- granted that is a day gone!) but in one day i saw the simpsons movie, harry potter and transformers for the price of one admission- and on a mon/tues value day!!!
no-one checks!!!!!!
#18
Mclovin
good offer seeing as i dont pay for it.
my mate has a card and lets me watch films when hes got lessons and ive got frees. its ****in ideal cos u can go watch an hour of a movie then go the rest of the movie on your next free period. we probably use it about 10 times a month. gd ****.

And you do that how?
The card has a photo id on it
which SHOULD be checked when requesting your ticket.
It should then be checked when giving up your ticket to the employee.
I think thats bs what your saying, but thats my two cents worth - could be wrong if i am, i apologise in advance.
#19
spenny7
anyone else notice how easy (and satisfying) it is to pay for a movie, get through the tkt barrier, watch said movie then just trot along to a second movie (or for the daredevils a third!- granted that is a day gone!) but in one day i saw the simpsons movie, harry potter and transformers for the price of one admission- and on a mon/tues value day!!!
no-one checks!!!!!!

Yeah its pretty good, although 6 of my friends have a lifetime ban from Cineworld/UGC/Showcase cinemas [Had to sign a form confirming a ban] for theft. LOL.
#20
I've had this for 2 years now and love it I easily go 3-4 times a month so get my moneys worth! Every now and then you also get vouchers through post from cinema for popcorn, sweets etc which is a nice treat!
#21
RobG81
Had my card for over 5 years now, only downside when you do use the card a lot you get very sick of the orange adverts and all the neds/hoodies that go into a cinema just to annoy everyone in it.

I don't go that often anymore as im sick of screaming and shouting that goes up the back of the cinema.



I'm in Glasgow as well, and thats the exact same reason i dont go there lol.
Place is a total joke, and i really miss the Odeon. Could get the whole hall to yourself when you went there during the week lol.
Shut down, and everyones crammed into Cineworld, so its crowded and full of noisy Neds that like shouting and throwing stuff.
Then the wee guy with the torch is in and out all the time.
Never go, but if i do i go to Showcase East, lot better.
#22
As someone else mentioned, this is great in combination with Orange Wednesdays. My gf and I both have unlimited passes and often take two of our friends to the cinema for free.
#23
haggis hunter ,
same here bloody que goes all the way round renfield st and mostly neds /hoodies that hang about 7 days week for the warmth , decided its easier to drive to showcase or odeon quay
#24
spenny7
anyone else notice how easy (and satisfying) it is to pay for a movie, get through the tkt barrier, watch said movie then just trot along to a second movie (or for the daredevils a third!- granted that is a day gone!) but in one day i saw the simpsons movie, harry potter and transformers for the price of one admission- and on a mon/tues value day!!!
no-one checks!!!!!!


Aye, it's even better if you stroll in without paying at all and then watch another film after it. Two for none.

Of course, I have not done this, to clear up any doubt of law breaking.:thumbsup:
#25
Mclovin
good offer seeing as i dont pay for it.
my mate has a card and lets me watch films when hes got lessons and ive got frees. its ****in ideal cos u can go watch an hour of a movie then go the rest of the movie on your next free period. we probably use it about 10 times a month. gd ****.

The card has a photo of the member on it so how do you use it:?
#26
vkalia
12 months contract is a big NO. Probably would go with Orange Wednesdays since you can get the SMS from any friend who has Orange connection if you don't :-)


Why would that put you off? I had one of these until they changed cinema owner and it is 12 month contract BUT you pay monthly by direct debit not all in one go. If you decide not to continue just cancel your direct debit and they will then cancel your card. Theyre not going to hound you to pay up as the measly amount you pay per month is not worth their effort.
#27
been around for ages but no harm telling people that dont know

ps used to be £9.99
#28
Dont know if people know this but Cineworld sold some of its cinemas off earlier this year and the one by me (Great Park, Bham) is now an Empire - we still use our Cineworld cards at the Empire. They let us in for £2.50 instead of the £6 usual price. All we have to do is show our card and ask if they accept them. They always say yes £2.50. Also our cards havent been valid for 7 months yet they still accept them - they dont know this but as its an Empire they dont have the machines to check. I guess were taking advantage of their good nature but people with valid Cineworld passes should ask next time they visit an Empire. Nothing to lose.
#29
But. we pay nothing[ except monthly fee ].. you pay £2.50.
#30
This deal has been around ages. It's great if you're a regular cinema go'er.

Otherwise it becomes a bit like a gym membership, direct debit every month that's costing you more than you ever use.
#31
we have got these and use them quite a lot, plus where we are all car parks cost but if you simply get a ticket from the cinema you get 4 hours free parking (even if you dont watch the film!!) so therefore we also save money on parking too !!!!
#32
t0mm
But. we pay nothing[ except monthly fee ].. you pay £2.50.

£2.50 x 4 = £10. Less than you're paying. And you aren't tied into a contract and only go when you want to, not when you feel obliged to to make use of something you're signed upto.
ekko star
This deal has been around ages. It's great if you're a regular cinema go'er.

Otherwise it becomes a bit like a gym membership, direct debit every month that's costing you more than you ever use.

Except, you don't sign up unless you think you'll use it. Gym membership will cost you three times as much as this and requires the will to go and work out, this doesn't (in my experience).

I never used to go to the cinema much, then found the BOGOF on Studentbeans.co.uk for students at Cineworld. Then found the bus doesn't take that long to get to Cineworld (well, two buses), so signed up for one of these cards at £10.99 a month about three months ago. I go at least every week, sometimes to Broad Street (Birmingham) if I'm in the town and they're showing a film I can't see in Northampton (my local), and will see at least two films in one go. It works out cheaper than paying for tickets, even BOGOF ones, cuts down my DVD spending and I get to see many films I wouldn't have normally gone to watch, simply to fill the time. That can be good and bad, but hey, I can leave whenever I want!

Can't wait for Christmas either, only one film came out this week, sadly, but four or five next week, the same the week after, and more than ten in December, one of which (Golden Compass) I'll probably watch a couple of times.
#33
gr8 for a film buff,
#34
Or someone with a lot of spare time and a Cineworld close by!
#35
t0mm
But. we pay nothing[ except monthly fee ].. you pay £2.50.


Sure but sometimes when you go out with a group of people they want to go to a different cinema and if you have a Cineworld card then you may still be able to use that card at an Empire and save some money. I wasnt offering as a HOT deal - just as a tip to anyone who lives near an ex-Cineworld who may still have their cards.
#36
spenny7
anyone else notice how easy (and satisfying) it is to pay for a movie, get through the tkt barrier, watch said movie then just trot along to a second movie (or for the daredevils a third!- granted that is a day gone!)


Haha, you are so right. Once youre past the ticket barrier youve got the whole cinema to yourself. I used to be worried about trying this but after a friend grabbed me into another screen on our way out once Ive done it many times. :whistling:
#37
I swear i heard you have to pay over £100 up front when the deal starts, so it's not quite the good deal everyone thinks
#38
independent small cinemas are where it's at for me.

better crowd, better films, better food.

i went to one last year that you could text the bar during the film for extra beer/nachos/olives!

best.
idea.
ever.
#39
midwinter7
I swear i heard you have to pay over £100 up front when the deal starts, so it's not quite the good deal everyone thinks

No this is wrong, you can pay monthly or annually its optional - annualy means you pay NOTHING extra every month for the length of the contract whereas monthly is obv paid monthly for the length of the contract
#40
t0mm
And you do that how?
The card has a photo id on it
which SHOULD be checked when requesting your ticket.
It should then be checked when giving up your ticket to the employee.
I think thats bs what your saying, but thats my two cents worth - could be wrong if i am, i apologise in advance.


well what you do is you get your friend to pay for the ticket. and yea it does have a photo on. once the tiicket it bought its the same as a normal ticket so u can go in alone.

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