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Cineworld Unlimited card £142.82 instead of £202.80 via KidsPass (Do NOT post referrals)

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I did the free 1 month trial for Kidspass.co.uk last month and noticed they do discount cinema tickets. Not only that but they do a heavily discounted Cineworld unlimited card. You can get it for £142…
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11m, 4w agoFound 11 months, 4 weeks ago
I did the free 1 month trial for Kidspass.co.uk last month and noticed they do discount cinema tickets. Not only that but they do a heavily discounted Cineworld unlimited card. You can get it for £142.82 instead of the usual £202.80 . Sign up for the free trial then buy the cineworld e-code which you simply enter on the cineworld site. I just cancelled my direct debit for cineworld of £16.90 and bought one of these outright saving over £59.98. Please remember to cancel the kidspass subscription before the end of the 3 months or you will be charged for 12 months subscription...

maccy2016 - Ordered 2 passes. Don't forget TCB and get £9.13 back so £134.69 each. Works out to £11.22 per month for unlimited movies.

walderston - 3 month free trial link: https://www.kidspass.co.uk/free-trial/EDENREDEXT
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I work for Cineworld. You can use the Unlimited Card with a meerkat movies code. You can also use it with a CEA Card (carers card) but they must be registered to the same person as the carer is the person who goes 'free'.

If you have a premium card you can buy this code, call unlimited and they will update your current card. The phone number is 03303334444.
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Worth mentioning these can be used with meerkat Tuesday/Wednesday to get someone else in for free. :)

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#1
may be a stupid question, how do you get the adult cineworld card? heat from me good price
1 Like #3
xbox360man
may be a stupid question, how do you get the adult cineworld card? heat from me good price


When you log into the kidspass site it links you to a page called filmology where you can just buy it on there.. They also have heavily discounted tickets for all other cinemas too.. Once you pay you get a E-code which you can enter on the cineworldunlimited payment screen.. works instantly..
2 Likes #4
Ive been looking for something like that but thats even better. Great find, thanks.. Ill update the OP
1 Like #5
snakey_b
xbox360man
may be a stupid question, how do you get the adult cineworld card? heat from me good price
When you log into the kidspass site it links you to a page called filmology where you can just buy it on there.. They also have heavily discounted tickets for all other cinemas too.. Once you pay you get a E-code which you can enter on the cineworldunlimited payment screen.. works instantly..

Nice one! gonna get 2
#6
For anyone who wants to include the west end cinemas the price is £167.39 instead of £238.80 so an even bigger saving
1 Like #7
last time a similar deal to this was on was 3 years ago and went to 1400 degrees...
3 Likes #8
snakey_b
last time a similar deal to this was on was 3 years ago and went to 1400 degrees...

Your point?
#9
would rather pay more monthly than pay it in a lump sum to save a few quid a month
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KM4353
would rather pay more monthly than pay it in a lump sum to save a few quid a month

That would be an extra £4.90~ a month in comparison which would soon add up over the year since the initial agreement is for 12 months anyway. I think that's a little over what I would consider a few quid.
1 Like #11
KM4353
would rather pay more monthly than pay it in a lump sum to save a few quid a month

You'd rather pay £5 more each month! Makes no sense when your paying for it monthly regardless and your stuck in a contract with them so might as well save yourself the £60
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Worth mentioning these can be used with meerkat Tuesday/Wednesday to get someone else in for free. :)
#13
On a unrelated note regarding kids pass do u know if they do any cheap tickets to Blackpool Pleasure Beach?
3 Likes #14
If your going to by, consider using tesco clubcard points, £96 in vouchers. Or if you are a Tesco employee, you can get adult cards for £175 and kids for £148. Also discount on pre-paid tickets, example two adults for £13, also popcorn and drink voucher for £5
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Dunno if they changed the deal or not but the unlimited card was only valid for 2D movies, you will be charged the difference if going to see a 3D movie or IMAX.

Might seem obvious but I use to see a lot of people expecting to get these upgrades free. Still a great thing to have if you watch more than two movies a month at the cinemas.
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Massy2k
Dunno if they changed the deal or not but the unlimited card was only valid for 2D movies, you will be charged the difference if going to see a 3D movie or IMAX.
Might seem obvious but I use to see a lot of people expecting to get these upgrades free. Still a great thing to have if you watch more than two movies a month at the cinemas.

Offers and Extras

Unlimited cardholders get 10% off all in-cinema food and drink purchases at all times*.

Regular Unlimited-only email newsletters updating you on the latest releases, exclusive Unlimited cardholder offers/competitions.

Invitations to Cineworld Exclusive advance screenings.

You can watch a film in our VIP seating area in our participating cinemas (currently Ashton-Under-Lyne, Castleford, Chichester, High Wycombe, Jersey, Wandsworth and The O2) for just £2 extra*. Simply get your ticket (and pay your £2 uplift) at the participating cinema on the day of the performance (tickets not available in advance/online), but get there early as they are subject to availability**.

Premium Unlimited - continue your membership after the first year and we’ll upgrade you to the Premium Unlimited card at no extra cost. The Premium Unlimited card comes with exclusive offers*, including:

a massive 25% off food and drink on every visit
unlimited 3D movies (without paying anything extra)
your new, distinctive black Premium Unlimited card.

Seems like it includes it if you continue your membership after the first year.
1 Like #17
look as hard as i could but could find this offer.....seems good though
1 Like #18
This might be a stupid question but can you use these with a carers card?? As in my hubby has the unlimited and I have the carers and get in free?? Xx
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KM4353
would rather pay more monthly than pay it in a lump sum to save a few quid a month


You mean lose a few quid each month.
#20
yrreb88
Worth mentioning these can be used with meerkat Tuesday/Wednesday to get someone else in for free. :)


If I bought for a child could they take an adult or would it have to be another child? Trips to the cinema are so expensive even before you get to the refreshments. Wish VUE would do a similar deal would t mind paying buy extra for it
1 Like #21
zee744
yrreb88
Worth mentioning these can be used with meerkat Tuesday/Wednesday to get someone else in for free. :)
If I bought for a child could they take an adult or would it have to be another child? Trips to the cinema are so expensive even before you get to the refreshments. Wish VUE would do a similar deal would t mind paying buy extra for it

What do you think?
1 Like #22
Can you use this to extend a current membership or do you have to take out a new one? OH has a Premium Card (the black one) which we use often for the extra discount on food and drinks.

Can she buy this e-code and extend her current card without losing the Premium benefits?


Edited By: redarrowrules on Feb 25, 2016 15:34
#23
If you're a CSSC member they permanently do this card for £140.00, along with vouchers and e-codes for all the major and independent cinema chains.

Cineworld adult e-codes are £5.50 for 2D and £7.75 for 3D. Child £4.50 / £6.25 2D/3D.
Odean, Vue and the other chains are all similar prices.

Lots of workplaces are eligible to join CSSC.
#24
paul.jacobs
If your going to by, consider using tesco clubcard points, £96 in vouchers. Or if you are a Tesco employee, you can get adult cards for £175 and kids for £148. Also discount on pre-paid tickets, example two adults for £13, also popcorn and drink voucher for £5


Not really a great deal considering £96 is really worth £192 with double points at least. Always save my vouchers for double or more points to get best value.
1 Like #25
DemonIT
KM4353
would rather pay more monthly than pay it in a lump sum to save a few quid a month
You mean lose a few quid each month.
No I don't think he did...
#26
This is a good deal but I'm voting cold in protest to there not being a cineworks close enough to me (joking), in all seriousness though I used to be an unlimited customer and it was brilliant but unfortunately I live in Devon now which has a shortage of cineworld otherwise I'd be all over this.
1 Like #27
To buy 1 card or 2 for missus and I.

We have meerkat codes for another 6 months. Limited to watching on Tues/Wed only.

Unlimited card means most weekends, we can go watch a film not far from home. As long as we watch 2 films a month, we get value. We currently watch 1 film a month, £10 or £20 depending on days for us.

Does forcing us to watch more film a month just to get value out of it or keep with status quo, but with so many films coming out, plus many spotlight films we often miss because it's "not worth" the big screen experience.

Thoughts?
2 Likes #28
Teepeezee
This might be a stupid question but can you use these with a carers card?? As in my hubby has the unlimited and I have the carers and get in free?? Xx


​Don't know if this was answered already not finished reading! But you can use it with CEA card ONLY if the unlimited is in YOUR name as technically the CEA card allows the carer in free subject to the disabled party buying their own ticket and unlimited would be classed as a purchase. - not the other way around unfortunately!
#29
I got our cards for this price through work discount so this is a great price and well worth it.

Were now on our 2nd year so have black cards now.

Combine with TCB/Tesco restaurant voucher deal and you have very cheap date nights :D
#30
seejaythinks
To buy 1 card or 2 for missus and I.

We have meerkat codes for another 6 months. Limited to watching on Tues/Wed only.

Unlimited card means most weekends, we can go watch a film not far from home. As long as we watch 2 films a month, we get value. We currently watch 1 film a month, £10 or £20 depending on days for us.

Does forcing us to watch more film a month just to get value out of it or keep with status quo, but with so many films coming out, plus many spotlight films we often miss because it's "not worth" the big screen experience.

Thoughts?


​If you can afford two without struggling I'd say go for it. Plus, you can combine unlimited card ticket with meerkat codes to get another two free tickets every Tue/Wed (£0.60 booking fee each ticket). Gives you access to screenings too and 10% off cinema food (rising to 25% second year of membership), but always better to stuff a bag full of snacks from local supermarket! If you buy yours first, then find out what your referral code is, you can get hers shortly afterwards and she can email cineworld to say you referred her and you both get extra month free. If you apply for yours, you can use my referral code and get extra month so you'd end up with 14 months at no extra cost by the time it's all done :)
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redarrowrules
Can you use this to extend a current membership or do you have to take out a new one? OH has a Premium Card (the black one) which we use often for the extra discount on food and drinks.
Can she buy this e-code and extend her current card without losing the Premium benefits?
Buy this.... It'll be an ecode no doubt...
Ring up cineworld unlimited from the back of your card and say you want to do a black card upgrade..
you'll be sent a red card temporarily and then ring and give the number of the black card and they'll upgrade it.

I had been a black card for about 7 years so they even put my direct debit on hold for 3 months as a thank you and said call back before processing it.
Warning though.. They did mess up the red to black process so don't throw away the black card as you will have to :
• book online possibly pay for 3D upgrade for a bit... if you're paying 3D upgrade you'd be paying an admin fee too.
claim a refund on all of those when you get to the cinema (I was only seeing 2D films so I'm only presuming!!!)
• You can of course book at the til and show your card but you're risking getting rubbish seats or no seats.
• It took me over a month to get mine sorted and they gave me some vouchers for compensation..

This is all based on 3 people I've known that have done this now as my work have a staff rate that sell the cards cheap. £144 is standard rate for them I have to say... If you know anyone working in Lloyds or Barclays (and probably other big (greedy yes I know!) Corporations) then ask about their Colleague Offers Cinema Perks.
#32
snakey_b
xbox360man
may be a stupid question, how do you get the adult cineworld card? heat from me good price
When you log into the kidspass site it links you to a page called filmology where you can just buy it on there.. They also have heavily discounted tickets for all other cinemas too.. Once you pay you get a E-code which you can enter on the cineworldunlimited payment screen.. works instantly..
You mention other cinemas but don't list them... Do they have a discount for the Light Cinema unlimited card (it's called Infinity) would you know?

I assume you have to register and pay the £1 to have access to all the discounts/offers available which I don't want to do if it's not going to help me.
#33
Hmmmm just to clarify as i already have an unlimited card if i cancel and go for this trial i get reduced cinema tickets for 3 months or i can go for a new unlimited card and pay the reduced upfront cost rather than the £16.90 i pay now?
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Defo worth it at this price even if you just go once a month it's like paying full price but I'm sure most people would be able to use it more than that.
You will find that not only will go see the top movies but because you have the card you will go see ones your not that bothers about as well you may as well!

The other thing you can do if you have time one sat is a cinemathon! See as many films in one day as you can. We have done it once and it's fun but surprisingly tiring haha
We saw 4 movies in a day with breaks for lunch at the spoons over the road and tea at bella. Got there at 11am and left and 11pm
1 Like #35
redarrowrules
Can you use this to extend a current membership or do you have to take out a new one? OH has a Premium Card (the black one) which we use often for the extra discount on food and drinks.

Can she buy this e-code and extend her current card without losing the Premium benefits?



Yes you can you just need to call up and give the code over the phone instead of entering it online.
#36
snakey_b
last time a similar deal to this was on was 3 years ago and went to 1400 degrees...


​wow
1 Like #37
Also, check if the company you're working with does have https://www.corporateperks.com/ incentives, they do the cineworld unlimited card for £144

http://i.imgur.com/adTQ061.jpg

Edited By: sempai106 on Feb 25, 2016 17:06
22 Likes #38
I work for Cineworld. You can use the Unlimited Card with a meerkat movies code. You can also use it with a CEA Card (carers card) but they must be registered to the same person as the carer is the person who goes 'free'.

If you have a premium card you can buy this code, call unlimited and they will update your current card. The phone number is 03303334444.
#39
Is it possible to use this to book online and have your spouse collect the tickets and watch without you or do they need to see the card to let you in?
#40
mama24girls
Is it possible to use this to book online and have your spouse collect the tickets and watch without you or do they need to see the card to let you in?


You mean book a ticket on your card and try get someone else in on it? They can see it's a different ticket printed out blue not red like normal ones so will prob ask to see the card.

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