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cineworld tickets only £5.50 from the 12th Oct

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4y, 10m agoFound 4 years, 10 months ago
From MSE :)

"On Weds 12 Oct buy a £5.50 Cineworld voucher from daily deals website MoneySupermarketLocalDeals (the offer's not live yet). The voucher'll be emailed to you and is valid online only till 18 Jan 2011. The last day you can buy the voucher is 11.59pm Tues 18 Oct."

http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/deals/cheap-cinema-tickets#cineworld



2D films only.

Level of discount dependent on location. Up to 41% off ticket.
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#1
"valid online only till 18 Jan 2011" lolwut?
8 Likes #2
Still need a mortgage to buy a Coke and Popcorn then .. . . .
1 Like #3
you dont buy coke and popcorn there, you buy the big bags at asda for 70p :) and the cold votes are in :)

Edited By: eslick on Oct 11, 2011 22:34
#4
Good deal. Normally £7.20 I think.
5 Likes #5
seems a bit of a pain in the ass. 1 per person is silly. So my wife and I have to book separately? Take the vouchers in with us too. Tuesdays are cheap there anyway, just go on a tuesday. Actually don't. That's when I go and I don't need you and your noisy popcorn.
#6
eslick
you dont buy coke and popcorn there, you buy the big bags at asda for 70p :) and the cold votes are in :)


lol I wouldn't suggest you do with Cineworld's fascist policies about food & drink!
#7
got mine and can combine it with my bring someone free pass so sweet!
#8
Livingsocial had these but it was 2 for £7 a few months ago which was much better.
I suspect Cineworld are suffering a bit from Odeon and o2's offer for free tickets.

EDIT: Stil voted hot though as it's stilla saving.

Edited By: sickly sweet on Oct 12, 2011 00:40
1 Like #9
I refuse to go to cineworld, they are rubbish
#10
If you book, will you then have to pay the booking fee?
#11
"Fine Print"

Not valid for 3D screenings.

Also, another great one:

Level of discount dependent on location

It says you can get up to 41% off tickets at locations. So you may enter your code at your Cineworld and you will still have to pay extra, it doesn't say for what locations this will happen though.
#12
ramraideruk
If you book, will you then have to pay the booking fee?


We get these codes at work offering us tickets for a fiver and they don't charge any fees. I can't confirm this will be the case but this is how ours work.

We just put our ticket in, we also have to put in our card details as they use your card to search the system for the ticket or in the ticket machine, and no charges go to it.
#13
Wouldn't it be cheaper to get an Orange 2 for 1 ticket? I don't know anyone who goes to the cinema alone anymore. Not these kind of cinemas anyway.
#14
Sorry to appear being a bit tight , but I would not go to the cinema , purley due to rip price of
food and drink - the coke and pop corn in our local cineworld is actually more expensive than Disneyland Paris. Me the wife and 2 kids don't get much change out of 50 quid - poor value for a couple of hours of entertainment
#15
gangey
Sorry to appear being a bit tight , but I would not go to the cinema , purley due to rip price of
food and drink - the coke and pop corn in our local cineworld is actually more expensive than Disneyland Paris. Me the wife and 2 kids don't get much change out of 50 quid - poor value for a couple of hours of entertainment


I know what you mean. I take advantage of the 2for1 Wednesdays and I nip into a supermarket if I want anything for during the film. £5 trip for me.
#16
Never had a problem taking our own nibbles and slurps into a Cineworld cinema despite their 'policy'. As long as you don't go in with a disposable barbecue or a stack of Domino's boxes...
3 Likes #17
You mean you've never gone through the x ray machine and then strip searched?
Looks like the Cineworld near you has much more relaxed policy than ours!

I beleieve that the pick'n'mix price gram for gram is on a par with Krugerrands.
#18
gangey
You mean you've never gone through the x ray machine and then strip searched?
Looks like the Cineworld near you has much more relaxed policy than ours!

I beleieve that the pick'n'mix price gram for gram is on a par with Krugerrands.

hahaha so true!
1 Like #19
yowsa 50 quid for a cinema visit.. so thats 15 quid on cinema entry and 35 on foodstuffs! wow.. i wanna come with you guys.. nachos... chocolate.. pick n mix... popcorn.. drinks.. pizza.. haagen dazs.. lol :-)

Edited By: FTOdude170 on Oct 12, 2011 10:21
3 Likes #20
valid until jan 2012 and no booking fee. I saw all this info in the link so I dont get the confusions here.

Its a huge savings regardless so definitely HOT. And you dont have to eat and drink anything for a couple of hours..its not compulsory!
#21
i got mine and tried it online,said code already used before,thieving pirates,i sence a claim with paypal for false advertising
#22
I do believe the coca cola is 1854 which is an excellent year so well worth the price :)
#23
chaplin
valid until jan 2012 and no booking fee. I saw all this info in the link so I dont get the confusions here.

Its a huge savings regardless so definitely HOT. And you dont have to eat and drink anything for a couple of hours..its not compulsory!


Very true. Also, cinemas only make money on their food and drink. So if the price of those comes down, the cinema ticket price goes up. At least the 'optional' element of going to the cinema is set at a premium price and I would rather it were that way.
#24
good deal thanks
#25
Winchy
"Fine Print"

Not valid for 3D screenings.

Also, another great one:

Level of discount dependent on location

It says you can get up to 41% off tickets at locations. So you may enter your code at your Cineworld and you will still have to pay extra, it doesn't say for what locations this will happen though.


No, that means the 41% depends on how much of a saving £5.50 is on the usual price.
#26
I've still got lots of living social vouchers to use! in fact! going tomorrow with one of them!

good deal, still saving money! but can't beat 2x for £8!
#27
I think ill just stick to Orange Wednesdays because I can watch 3D..

You can use the voucher any day of the week and includes all 2D films (3D films are excluded).
#28
I ordered 2 cheers OP :)
#29
I go alone all the time ! I have no friends . On tuesdays , Showcase cinemas have all tickets for £5 if you sign up for the insider , which is free . Its packed on tuedays !! I take my own popcorn and bottle of pepsi max in a backpack , noone searches me either there or cineworld. The cost is prohibitive for a family , no wonder people download films or are happy to watch at home on big screen tv's . £8 for popcorn and drink , crazy
holmesgroove
Wouldn't it be cheaper to get an Orange 2 for 1 ticket? I don't know anyone who goes to the cinema alone anymore. Not these kind of cinemas anyway.
1 Like #30
gangey
Still need a mortgage to buy a Coke and Popcorn then .. . . .

True, their profit margins must be through the roof! Their combos (popcorn + drink) are £7.50 for a regular, £8 for a large. You do get considerably more for your extra 50p, but it's the £7.50 in the first place that kills you. I do think that their popcorn isn't bad, for cinema popcorn, though.

eslick
you dont buy coke and popcorn there, you buy the big bags at asda for 70p :) and the cold votes are in :)

Exactly. There are three supermarkets between my house and my nearest Cineworld, so I have no excuse not to stop by and pick up some reasonably priced (and tastier and/or healthier) snacks.

madmattie2k

lol I wouldn't suggest you do with Cineworld's fascist policies about food & drink!

Never had a problem. In fact I once went to Pizza Hut with some friends before going to Cineworld - Pizza Hut took so long to serve us that we changed our orders to 'to go' and took them into the cinema. Managed to take in a couple of 2 litre bottles of complementary Coke from an apologetic Pizza Hut too.

gangey
Sorry to appear being a bit tight , but I would not go to the cinema , purley due to rip price of
food and drink - the coke and pop corn in our local cineworld is actually more expensive than Disneyland Paris. Me the wife and 2 kids don't get much change out of 50 quid - poor value for a couple of hours of entertainment

You do realise that buying the food and drink isn't compulsory, right?
That's a lot to spend in one go - for a little more than that (£60) you and the wife and 2 kids could all have Cineworld Unlimited cards and go to the cinema as often as you want every month.
#31
normally £9 in MK so pretty good if not on wed
#32
fegis
normally £9 in MK so pretty good if not on wed

Blimey. I went late evening last Thursday to a Cineworld on Merseyside and it was £7.50 per adult for a 2D film.

I've heard a lot of people complain about them having bouncers who stop you from taking your own refreshments in but I've never seen it happen in the flesh. They would lose my custom if it happened to me.
#33
Its a saving if you wanna go peak time so you cant complain.

I personally prefer to use the AMC on Manchester Deansgate which is normally only £4 after 10pm Fri-Sun.

Obviously not ideal timing wise. But I prefer the calm to the storm that is Orange Wednesday.
#34
good deal.
#35
Ordered some for my sis, thank you :)
#36
eslick
you dont buy coke and popcorn there, you buy the big bags at asda for 70p :) and the cold votes are in :)

enjoy being strip searched, rectally probed and publicly humiliated for not playing 'fair' and paying 1000% over rrp for snacks.

I don't do business with the gestapo so i dont use cineworld.. pointless anyway, the cinema is ruined 90% of the time by people kicking your seats, farting, texting, taking phone calls, throwing stuff, talking throughout the entire movie.

Probably work out much cheaper to buy a nice TV, download all your movies and buy popcorn that isn't subject to moron tax.

cjblfc

Very true. Also, cinemas only make money on their food and drink.

Proof? or did you pull that factoid from your brown eye? If they cant make money charging £10-£12 for EACH ticket then the CEO must be a lobotomised camel. I dont get why gullible people buy these pathetic corporate sob stories, like the energy companies crying about wholesale prices yet their profits are obscene.


Edited By: spaceinvader on Oct 14, 2011 18:36: d
#37
Well how come it is 40% discount when all 2D movies in Bedford CineWorld are at £6 only for me I see it is 0.50p only for 2D movies. COLD
#38
ONLY 5.50? back in my day...
#39
spaceinvader
cjblfc

Very true. Also, cinemas only make money on their food and drink.

Proof? or did you pull that factoid from your brown eye? If they cant make money charging £10-£12 for EACH ticket then the CEO must be a lobotomised camel. I dont get why gullible people buy these pathetic corporate sob stories, like the energy companies crying about wholesale prices yet their profits are obscene.



Proof? How about the fact that I work for a cinema company! So next time you go spouting off stuff you think you know something about or taking cheap pops at people because you think you are on some moral high ground....perhaps take time to consider that other people don't just say stuff for the hell of it. Cinemas generally break even on the films and make the profit (yes, the thing required to maintain and help grow businesses) on snacks etc. Running a cinema is not cheap...there are large numbers of staff involved, expensive film to buy, rental of venues etc etc. Its not just a case of buy a film and show it and watch the money roll in!
#40
cjblfc
spaceinvader
cjblfc

Very true. Also, cinemas only make money on their food and drink.

Proof? or did you pull that factoid from your brown eye? If they cant make money charging £10-£12 for EACH ticket then the CEO must be a lobotomised camel. I dont get why gullible people buy these pathetic corporate sob stories, like the energy companies crying about wholesale prices yet their profits are obscene.



Proof? How about the fact that I work for a cinema company! So next time you go spouting off stuff you think you know something about or taking cheap pops at people because you think you are on some moral high ground....perhaps take time to consider that other people don't just say stuff for the hell of it. Cinemas generally break even on the films and make the profit (yes, the thing required to maintain and help grow businesses) on snacks etc. Running a cinema is not cheap...there are large numbers of staff involved, expensive film to buy, rental of venues etc etc. Its not just a case of buy a film and show it and watch the money roll in!

You're an executive?

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