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Cineworld Stoke-on-Trent all 2d films all times and dates permanently £5.00 per person or £2.50 with Meerkat

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Any age, adult, child, student. All films and times. Book online or in person. Assume still work with Meerkat codes. Brand new cinema. 3d are £6.60 or £7.20 depending on day or time. Read More
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Any age, adult, child, student. All films and times. Book online or in person. Assume still work with Meerkat codes. Brand new cinema. 3d are £6.60 or £7.20 depending on day or time.
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8 Likes #1
Other cinemas should do the same. I went to Showcase last week to see Finding Dory, in 2D. £18.80 for 2 tickets is ridiculous.
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Alexisonfire
Other cinemas should do the same. I went to Showcase last week to see Finding Dory, in 2D. £18.80 for 2 tickets is ridiculous.


But while people pay it they will keep charging those prices. With kids films it's always worth waiting until they move to the pound clubs though even those can be expensive though Cineworld are around £1.80 a ticket and let's be honest if you we didn't take the kids to new films when they came out and waited they would be none the wiser. Our two now say will wait for the pound club :)
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Please note this is in response to the Odeon at the nearby retail park having done £5/ticket for the last 6 years or so. They tried charging £10 a ticket but it was empty until they lowered their prices. I remember watching Star Wars during release week and it being practically empty in my screening.

Edited By: tomwatts on Aug 10, 2016 20:09
1 Like #4
I always wondered how people on ebay sell cinema codes so cheap. I always buy from there works out alot cheaper
1 Like #5
khalifazed
I always wondered how people on ebay sell cinema codes so cheap. I always buy from there works out alot cheaper
Thanks for the tip.

My local Empire is being converted to a CineWorld. Bye bye £5 Tuesdays and hello £11 tickets (+ booking fee).
2 Likes #6
daedos
khalifazed
I always wondered how people on ebay sell cinema codes so cheap. I always buy from there works out alot cheaper
Thanks for the tip.
My local Empire is being converted to a CineWorld. Bye bye £5 Tuesdays and hello £11 tickets (+ booking fee).
They are actually keeping their Saverday Tuesday and other promotions :)

"We will continue to provide the Senior screening programme, “Last Chance to See Thursdays”, and “Saver Day Tuesday” at the new cinemas."
#7
Dutchian
daedos
khalifazed
I always wondered how people on ebay sell cinema codes so cheap. I always buy from there works out alot cheaper
Thanks for the tip.
My local Empire is being converted to a CineWorld. Bye bye £5 Tuesdays and hello £11 tickets (+ booking fee).
They are actually keeping their Saverday Tuesday and other promotions :)
"We will continue to provide the Senior screening programme, “Last Chance to See Thursdays”, and “Saver Day Tuesday” at the new cinemas."
Whoop whoop
#8
Can't say I'm surprised. Nearly £10 per ticket and you have to pay for parking, versus £5 per ticket and free parking a mile down the road.
1 Like #9
satchef1
Can't say I'm surprised. Nearly £10 per ticket and you have to pay for parking, versus £5 per ticket and free parking a mile down the road.
But you don't have to put up with groggy floors at cineworld, only lovely chairs and really top notch screens/sound.
#10
tomwatts
satchef1
Can't say I'm surprised. Nearly £10 per ticket and you have to pay for parking, versus £5 per ticket and free parking a mile down the road.
But you don't have to put up with groggy floors at cineworld, only lovely chairs and really top notch screens/sound.

True enough. When you go to the cinema regularly though, the price difference quickly mounts up. Once a week for a month, and it's £40 for two vs £84 (adding a couple of quid each visit for parking). There hasn't been many films worth the extra expense this year. For the few that were, I went to the IMAX in Telford instead.

I'll give Cineworld a go next time. If it's as good as the Telford one then it should be a vast improvement on the Odeon.

Edited By: satchef1 on Aug 11, 2016 06:29
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satchef1
tomwatts
satchef1
Can't say I'm surprised. Nearly £10 per ticket and you have to pay for parking, versus £5 per ticket and free parking a mile down the road.
But you don't have to put up with groggy floors at cineworld, only lovely chairs and really top notch screens/sound.

True enough. When you go to the cinema regularly though, the price difference quickly mounts up. Once a week for a month, and it's £40 for two vs £84 (adding a couple of quid each visit for parking). There hasn't been many films worth the extra expense this year. For the few that were, I went to the IMAX in Telford instead.

I'll give Cineworld a go next time. If it's as good as the Telford one then it should be a vast improvement on the Odeon.


If you're going that much then you may want to look into getting a cineworld unlimited card. They are great if you go quite regularly.
1 Like #12
it's also worth noting that parking in the multi-storie is only £1 over 4pm, instead of £1.20/h.
Only found this out at the weekend
1 Like #13
satchef1
tomwatts
satchef1
Can't say I'm surprised. Nearly £10 per ticket and you have to pay for parking, versus £5 per ticket and free parking a mile down the road.
But you don't have to put up with groggy floors at cineworld, only lovely chairs and really top notch screens/sound.
True enough. When you go to the cinema regularly though, the price difference quickly mounts up. Once a week for a month, and it's £40 for two vs £84 (adding a couple of quid each visit for parking). There hasn't been many films worth the extra expense this year. For the few that were, I went to the IMAX in Telford instead.
I'll give Cineworld a go next time. If it's as good as the Telford one then it should be a vast improvement on the Odeon.
Sounds like you should get unlimited cards...
#14
Other cinemas need to join in the price cuts.
2 tickets to see Tarzan in 3D at Leicester Square Vue cost just shy of £40, not to mention the overpriced snacks and drinks
#15
Prices (per adult) for Finding Dory at the 2 cinemas in Milton Keynes:
Cineworld - £10.60 (online price otherwise £11.70)
Odeon - £11.95

Bloody ridiculous!
2 Likes #16
Or if you just want to go on a Sunday, look out in supermarkets for the maltesers/minstrels £1.50 packets with the white "sweet sundays" label on the top of the pack, three of them larger packs (£4.50) with the codes submitted on the sweetsundays.co.uk website gets you a free cineworld ticket (available till 13th October, and free tickets to be used until November 6th)

Edited By: hass123 on Aug 11, 2016 12:08: .
#17
my son went to see suicide squad at showcase on x plus 3d and paid over £13 for the privilege. he's an eff'in student for crying out loud!!!
1 Like #18
If it makes you feel better Suicide Squad in the IMAX at Cineworld Sheffield was £17.40 for one ticket.
#19
£17.40 for 1 person at the cinema are you having a laugh. Even if I was rich, I wouldn't pay that much.
1 Like #20
Alexisonfire
Other cinemas should do the same. I went to Showcase last week to see Finding Dory, in 2D. £18.80 for 2 tickets is ridiculous.


I've a feeling Stoke are doing this as they miss out on a LOT of the bigger films

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