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Cineworld Unlimited Card - £11.99 per month - Inc 3D Movies

£11.99 @ Cineworld
This deal has been submitted a month ago but due to the current climate I thought it would be good for those who didn't manage to see it last time. For £11.99 a month you can see as many films as you… Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
This deal has been submitted a month ago but due to the current climate I thought it would be good for those who didn't manage to see it last time.

For £11.99 a month you can see as many films as you like at Cineworld and that is at any branch in the UK excluding London West End Cinemas.

You do have to sign up for 12 months but for those who visit the cinema regularly this should not be an issue.

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Don't miss a flick with the Cineworld Unlimited Card!!! Exclusive to Cineworld Cinemas it is the ultimate movie lover's card where you get to experience unlimited tears, unlimited horror, unlimited laughter, unlimited fear, unlimited movies on any day and at any time from just £11.99 a month.

Apply online today and start enjoying the benefit of Unlimited Cinema. Once your membership is confirmed you will be able to print out a temporary pass to start using immediately. Your permanent card will be sent out to you within 2 weeks!

What do I get with my Unlimited Card?
Not only will you be able to watch any film, any day, any time and at any Cineworld Cinema from just £11.99 a month*, you will also receive a fortnightly email newsletter including details of exciting film releases, screenings and offers. And if that wasn't enough you will also receive:

Preferential invitations and discounted tickets to Cineworld Exclusive Advance Screenings, festivals and events.
Exclusive competitions
Exclusive cinema food and drink offers
Please note: Not all screening activity is available at all cinemas and only available from time to time.

* £11.99 offer excludes London West End Cinemas. London West End Cinemas are Chelsea, Fulham Road, Haymarket and Shaftsbury Avenue

The passes do actually get you into 3D films as per email I sent when I complained about their advertising not being entirely correct:

Dear Stacey,

Thank you for your e-mail.

Although the terms and conditions state that the Unlimited card cannot be used for 3D films, Head Office has recently advised that Unlimited customers may now use the card to get the ticket, but will need to pay for the glasses separately.


Kind regards

Alison Taylor

Unlimited Services
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#1
hi do you know if its the same price for kids?
#2
Yeah there is only one price, I was hoping there would be a kids price too.
#3
Dont see why anyone would pay this as there are so many free screenings around and the orange 2 for 1 cinema tickets offer.
banned#4
Not a deal. Spammed
#5
3.5 Subject to availability and the other provisions of the Conditions, a valid Unlimited Card entitles you to access selected Cineworld cinemas every day of the week (subject to the Cineworld cinema being open), for all film screenings open to the general public (excluding premium screenings such as Delux and 3-D screenings) and entitles you to one seat (excluding VIP seats where available) for any performance.
#6
Slight edit needed and not really a deal as such
#7
its just the standard price for the card as well which has been about for years now at that price.

I used to have it and went so much I got bored of movies, eventually gave it up cause I didn't have time to go.
#8
Well if you go at least twice a month, can't travel to free screenings and don't have a orange phone then you will save money. You also get the convenience of going when you want. The only drawback is you can't reserve seats.

You also get free 3D glasses when you see a 3D movie which costs 2 pound a pop at some places.
#9
Hmmm, they are cheeky ******s then 'any film, any day, any time'!

Ok i'll take the cold votes for that one. I don't want one either now.
#10
Yep 'fraid this isn't a hot deal at all - and misdescribed too.

That said I had a card for a year courtesy of a prize win and spend a few DAYS in the Northampton cinema (it was a UGC Cinemas card at the time, based on the French idea of such a pass, which Cineworld then inherited and imported on their takeover of those UGC screens), often being the ONLY person having the screening which made it even higher value.

MKD
#11
jezzar;4448939
Well if you go at least twice a month, can't travel to free screenings and don't have a orange phone then you will save money. You also get the convenience of going when you want. The only drawback is you can't reserve seats.

You also get free 3D glasses when you see a 3D movie which costs 2 pound a pop at some places.


You can't see 3D movies with it as per T&Cs ;-)
#12
This has been around for a very long time at this price. I think if they dropped the 12 month rule, then it could be a good deal. If I planned to go once, and knew that for an extra £7 (roughly) I could go for free for the rest of the month I would be very tempted.

Until the 12 month contract idea is dropped, I won't be considering this at this price
#13
saw bolt 3d a week ago......
#14
choc1969
You can't see 3D movies with it as per T&Cs ;-)


Seen about 5 3D films across 2 cinemas with the card, no problems

Price going up for £1.50 from April.
#15
This is a regular post and I'm suprised it's so cold -usually quite warm
#16
I'm voting hot - cracking deal, and one I'd not heard of. In fact the OP can have some rep as well.
#17
i have a cineworld card have done for about 3 years now and i also use my card for 3d films and special previews with no problem and the 3d glasses are given free with the card. The only service you cant use anymore is the reserve and collect which was apparently discontinued about 2 years ago because of lack of interest. The fact of the matter is most people were not willing the pay the extra 60p to book your seats when the cinema screenings are usually pretty empty.... but the service was a god send of times e.g. the omen screening on 6.6.06 no way would i have got seats without it so bring the service back evil cineworld corporation. Its well worth the money if you go to the cinema atleast twice a month but for the occassional visitor pretty expensive.
#18
oh and the selected cinemas part in the t&c's is because there are two types of unlimited cards the £11.99 card can be used anywhere other than the london west end (the current West End Cinemas are Cineworld Chelsea, Cineworld Haymarket, Cineworld Fulham Road and Cineworld Shaftesbury Avenue) and the £14.99 card can be used in ANY uk or ireland.

As quoted in the t&c's "3.3 There are two types of Unlimited Card: the Cineworld Unlimited West End Card is valid in all Cineworld cinemas including West End Cinemas whilst the Unlimited Card is valid in all Cineworld cinemas excluding West End cinemas".

so you just buy the one appropriate to you.
#19
Seems quite a good deal.Would yet you watch films you probably wouldnt if you were paying full price for.Does anyone know if Odeon do anything similar,i dont have a Cineworld near me?
#20
discounts at zizzi restaurants atm!
Cineworld has teamed up with Zizzi Restaurants to offer our Unlimited Card holders the opportunity to get 50% off your bill for you and up to five friends at any branch of Zizzi's when you present your Unlimited Card. So not only can you get Unlimited film at Cineworld you can get the finest pizza, pasta, salad at half price. See our website for terms.

i know orange has an offer at pizza at pizza express on wed but i know where id rather eat and @ 50% off too!
plus in case you dont know you can use you card with the orange wed offer and get a free ticket!
banned#21
its a good deal as the price to go see a film now is over £7.. if your a regular film goer like myslef is a great deal , I did one month something like 18 films so thats a good saving. But its not a deal for everyone, plus you can use the orange thingy code so you can take a mate.. if you have any unlike me who has none :cry:
#22
ive been to see 3 3d films and they dont charge u any extra at all with unlimited card.
#23
I get mine for £45 per year (including Central London) with my Pru health membership. It's £25 pa exckuding central London. That IS worth it!
#24
We just got advised it is going up to £14.99 a month so have cancelled.
Held one of these cards since they were launched and they were fantastic value. We've worked out though that with Orange Wednesday's we can go just as much as we do now and save money.
#25
sicknote
This is a regular post and I'm suprised it's so cold -usually quite warm


I've voted cold exactly because it's an unnecessary repost.
#26
jezzar
Well if you go at least twice a month, can't travel to free screenings and don't have a orange phone then you will save money. You also get the convenience of going when you want. The only drawback is you can't reserve seats.

You also get free 3D glasses when you see a 3D movie which costs 2 pound a pop at some places.


So you can travel to cineworld to use your card but you cant travel to cineworld, odeon or vue to see it for free ?? :?
#27
This card has been the same price for ages. Loads of my Uni friends got one in the first year of the course and we're finishing in June so that's three years so this isn't a deal. If you do want it to be a deal they've told me if you write the wrong credit card/debit card number down when you sign up it isn't checked properly and the card isn't cancelled as the company who take the payment are different from Cineworld or something... so FREE films.

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