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Cineworld Unlimited Card £142.02 Via Kids Pass £1 (100 Day Trial)

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I have noticed the previous deal for the Unlimited Card through Kids pass is marked as expired. This deal is still available, just sign up to kids pass through Money Saving Expert £1 for 100 days,…
I have noticed the previous deal for the Unlimited Card through Kids pass is marked as expired. This deal is still available, just sign up to kids pass through Money Saving Expert £1 for 100 days,…
CrackerWheat Avatar1d, 4h agoFound 1 day, 4 hours ago23 Comments
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Out of interest did you need to ring up to get the upgrade ??
Awesome!!!! Got Kids Pass for 100 days and upgraded my red card to black, even though my subscription ran out 12/16.
And saved £50.

Many thanks OP.
funkybot4
This deal doesn't include London.


​inc London is £167.93.
This deal doesn't include London.
donttouchthehair
Does anyone know if I can I buy an annual gift card and transfer it to my current card?
Could I buy a couple and cover the next few couple of years?


​​​you can also buy gift cards for the same price, you will probably need to ring cineworld once your current card expires to continue.

I'd imagine the code would have an expiry date.
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Ballerina, Storks, Trolls and The Jungle Book Movies For Juniors £2.50 @ Cineworld

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Ballerina, Storks, Trolls and The Jungle Book are the Movies for Juniors at Cineworld this weekend. The price is £2.70 each and if you register (free) the price will drop down to £2.50. Info and…
Ballerina, Storks, Trolls and The Jungle Book are the Movies for Juniors at Cineworld this weekend. The price is £2.70 each and if you register (free) the price will drop down to £2.50. Info and…
Santa001 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago20 Comments
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NASHJ
eslick
Stopped posting these deals myself as I was shocked at the last price increase of 70p complained to Cineworlds CEO that a near 40% and stopped kids their future customers going, their response was that it was the booking fee! Yes it's cheaper than when films first come out but 40% increase.....
It's still £1.80 if you just turn up on the day. The booking fee is online only.

Exactly, 70p to book online and the cost to do it is much less than paying someone to take your money.
eslick
Stopped posting these deals myself as I was shocked at the last price increase of 70p complained to Cineworlds CEO that a near 40% and stopped kids their future customers going, their response was that it was the booking fee! Yes it's cheaper than when films first come out but 40% increase.....
It's still £1.80 if you just turn up on the day. The booking fee is online only.
sofiasar
tafkas
sofiasar
just buy a amazon stick like everyone else and download kodi
Or just walk into a shop and steal the DVDs, saves you the cost of the stick.
​is that how you make a living?? stealing and pick pocketing? tut tut!! sad guy honestly
Duh, no. Only morons steal content.
tafkas
sofiasar
just buy a amazon stick like everyone else and download kodi
Or just walk into a shop and steal the DVDs, saves you the cost of the stick.


​is that how you make a living?? stealing and pick pocketing? tut tut!! sad guy honestly
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The Secret Life Of Pets --- Robinson Crusoe --- Kubo And The Two Strings £2.50 Movies For Juniors @ Cineworld

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The Secret Life Of Pets, Robinson Crusoe and Kubo And The Two Strings are the Movies for Juniors at Cineworld this weekend. The price is £2.70 each and if you register (free) the price will drop
The Secret Life Of Pets, Robinson Crusoe and Kubo And The Two Strings are the Movies for Juniors at Cineworld this weekend. The price is £2.70 each and if you register (free) the price will drop
Santa001 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago9 Comments
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s3mon78
eslick
s3mon78
eslick
Don't vote this hot. They recently added 70p to the price and used the excuse that they charge the booking fee. It's only a few years ago that it was the pound club.
At least they didn't blame Brexit ;-)
I've not taken my kids to the cinema for years last time went I was not allowed to take in a bottle of water ?
You can take in what you want now but it used to be like that.
That's good to know . Thanks
There's a domino's next to the cinema I'm sure that would be pussing my luck :-)
What a great idea! X)
eslick
s3mon78
eslick
Don't vote this hot. They recently added 70p to the price and used the excuse that they charge the booking fee. It's only a few years ago that it was the pound club.
At least they didn't blame Brexit ;-)
I've not taken my kids to the cinema for years last time went I was not allowed to take in a bottle of water ?
You can take in what you want now but it used to be like that.

That's good to know . Thanks
There's a domino's next to the cinema I'm sure that would be pussing my luck :-)
s3mon78
eslick
Don't vote this hot. They recently added 70p to the price and used the excuse that they charge the booking fee. It's only a few years ago that it was the pound club.
At least they didn't blame Brexit ;-)
I've not taken my kids to the cinema for years last time went I was not allowed to take in a bottle of water ?


You can take in what you want now but it used to be like that.
eslick
Don't vote this hot. They recently added 70p to the price and used the excuse that they charge the booking fee. It's only a few years ago that it was the pound club.

At least they didn't blame Brexit ;-)
I've not taken my kids to the cinema for years last time went I was not allowed to take in a bottle of water ?
eslick
Santa001
eslick
Don't vote this hot. They recently added 70p to the price and used the excuse that they charge the booking fee. It's only a few years ago that it was the pound club.
It's still at least 70% off what I've paid just a few months ago. It's a massive saving, especially if you take three+ kids.
And yes, I remember when they used to cost only £1 but I remember getting my first one bedroom flat for £7,000.
Get your kids into the time machine and get them watch the same old movies for the rest of their life if you want to, I'm taking mine to the pictures this weekend.
great response, its because people don't make a stand that companies take advantage of you. Yes take them but don't vote the deal hot as companies check sites like this, Cineworld head office even told me they did. You cant compare the high new release prices to M4J, which have been out for months and sometimes as long ago as a year prices they should by that nature be much cheaper. Just look at Vue something like £1.50 a film and Odeon which generally is the same price as Cineworld, has the same films for a £1 in many of their cinema.
I have posted many of these deals over the years but out of principle I won't add any more, 70p increase is ridiculous and blaming it on a booking fee which in their scheme of things is pennies is just as ridiculous.
This was never a time machine comment, it was a principle one. If you are happy to pay the extra vote this hot but don't use the time machine as a way of backing up your comment when it was just showing how prices have changed in a matter of years. have a look at the prices of normal films they haven't gone up 150% in that time.
I would love to take them to Vue but the closest one is over 30 miles. We still can go to Odeon instead of Cineworld but having a higher van than Odeon's underground garage means I have to pay for the parking or go to Cineworld where I can park the van easily. It's simply horses for courses and I believe we already had this conversation about one year ago when the price in Cineworld went up.
I know I'm paying a bit more to Cineworld than Odeon and I don't like it but until we move elsewhere I'll have to take the kids to Cineworld because it's the best option for my wallet.
Apologies eslick for the time machine comment but we all have to get used to the price increases everywhere. I'm also pretty sure Cineworld is still loosing money on the Juniors movies as the attendance (compare to new releases for the full price) is almost zero. Last time we went there was about 20 kids including us.
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33% discount at Cineworld with AmEx card (works on top of Unlimited card discount on food and drink) @ Cineworld £15.00

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To take advantage of this offer simply load the Cineworld offer to your card and buy a gift card with £15 on it. AmEx will activate the offer and you are rebated £5. It states you can do this twic…
To take advantage of this offer simply load the Cineworld offer to your card and buy a gift card with £15 on it. AmEx will activate the offer and you are rebated £5. It states you can do this twic…
escortboy Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago24 Comments
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midian09
loaded a gift card at cinema and got the acknowledgment from amex before i was even seated. bought the second gift card on my way out of cinema and got second acknowedgement before i was back in the car.
really appreaciated the gift card idea. i usu just ignore the amex offers but thnaks to your advice i will be paying more attention.
cheers, op.

No worries, glad you managed to make the most of the deal!
I'll definitely be reading those amex posts forensically from now on!
loaded a gift card at cinema and got the acknowledgment from amex before i was even seated. bought the second gift card on my way out of cinema and got second acknowedgement before i was back in the car.

really appreaciated the gift card idea. i usu just ignore the amex offers but thnaks to your advice i will be paying more attention.

cheers, op.
niall71
No £15 gift cards so need to spend minimum of £20.00 to get the £5.00 cashback
Go instore they load on however much you ask for. :)
No £15 gift cards so need to spend minimum of £20.00 to get the £5.00 cashback
So you can buy a cineworld gift card anywhere or you must purchase from cineworld?
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Cineworld Gift Box £25.00

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Christmas gift includes x2 2D or 3D tickets, x2 regular drinks and x1 regular popcorn and x2 Merryteaser chocolates. All of which can be redeemed from the 26th December and valid for 6 months.
Christmas gift includes x2 2D or 3D tickets, x2 regular drinks and x1 regular popcorn and x2 Merryteaser chocolates. All of which can be redeemed from the 26th December and valid for 6 months.
benson1 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago11 Comments
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lukeo44
lolly2012
Why is this cold, I think it is an ideal gift and good value?
It was £20 last year, no real reason for £ increase year on year. I haven't voted either way

Come on its cineworld no reason for the price increase, their kids movies were a couple of years ago £1 went up a couple of times to £1.80 and then a small jump to £2.50 complained and they put it down to booking fee.
eslick
TiptreeJam
Not sure what the word 'Boldon' mean in the title or if this is a good deal or not without knowing the normal prices for what's included.
It's a small village in the north east, same deal can be bought in any of there Cinemas.

It's a saving of around £7.50 pending where you live as some cinemas ticket price is more than others
Pop into any Cineworls and buy over the counter to save the delivery
lukeo44
lolly2012
Why is this cold, I think it is an ideal gift and good value?
It was £20 last year, no real reason for £ increase year on year. I haven't voted either way
Fair enough, I agree
lolly2012
Why is this cold, I think it is an ideal gift and good value?
It was £20 last year, no real reason for £ increase year on year. I haven't voted either way
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Rogue one tickets go on sale today 21st nov @cineworld

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well been waiting for to book tickets for this flim for last month or so. anyway being how huge this film will book out fast thought id stick a heads up on here also can book at odeon today also ba…
well been waiting for to book tickets for this flim for last month or so. anyway being how huge this film will book out fast thought id stick a heads up on here also can book at odeon today also ba…
basil1234 Avatar3m, 1d agoFound 3 months, 1 day ago4 Comments
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dynbrn
Should be in deals or misc section
Why should it be in deals?
​Because it's not free.

That's a good reason not to put it in freebies but I asked "why should it be in deals"?
aau1
dynbrn
Should be in deals or misc section


Why should it be in deals?


​Because it's not free.
dynbrn
Should be in deals or misc section


Why should it be in deals?
Should be in deals or misc section
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Cineworld Christmas Giftbox - £25.00 at the cinema or £29.50 delivered

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*** UPDATE 17/11/16 *** - Amex card holders - combine this with £5 back on a £15 spend - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amex-cineworld-harrods-saints-more-cash-back-offers-2548267 Back for another…
*** UPDATE 17/11/16 *** - Amex card holders - combine this with £5 back on a £15 spend - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amex-cineworld-harrods-saints-more-cash-back-offers-2548267 Back for another…
morgie Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago12 Comments
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Bought a few of these the past 3 years when they were £20 each. Even that was pushing it.

Not bothered this year at £25 (+£4.50 delivery per box) - there's just no value to it. May as well put £30 in a card with the message "Go the cinema" - at least then the person isn't restricted to just this cinema, or having to use it within six months.

Was luke warm, now ice cold.
Amex card holders - combine this with £5 back on a £15 spend - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amex-cineworld-harrods-saints-more-cash-back-offers-2548267
Maybe a good deal if you buy the popcorn and drinks - but I never do, not at those prices!
No much of a deal this! Slight saving I guess of a couple of quid. Basically the cinema is shocking in its prices across the board, food the lot.

I'm surprised that they haven't employed a mugger in the toilets to get the remaining content of your wallet.
for a Saturday night this is a pretty good deal - my local the tickets are around £22 two regular drinks just under £4 each and popcorn and merryteaser around another £5

but get your pick n mix in Tesco!
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Get 2 months of free Cineworld membership (Unlimited card holders only) £17.40 (Retention deal)

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I called up 03330033444 and told them that Id like to cancel as it was becoming too expensive so they offered me 2 months free for me and my wife.
I called up 03330033444 and told them that Id like to cancel as it was becoming too expensive so they offered me 2 months free for me and my wife.
vinit Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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Waste of money meerkat works out cheaper for 2 people going 3 times a month. Good if your thinking of cancelling though might aswell get two months free before you cancel.
You can still get Unlimited card for £140-144 from employer discount schemes, like Santander etc
candyman86
does accepting the 2 months free enter you into a new contract?
nope
I've got one of these... had it for 2 months and seen 23 movies so far... sad I know ....
does accepting the 2 months free enter you into a new contract?
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Cineworld Movies for Junior all box office takings will go to Children in Need £1.58

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The films are still on but beware, Cineworld have hiked the prices up ours has gone from £1.58 to £2.50. Absolutely shocking increase and I have emailed their customer service to complain. It's not s…
The films are still on but beware, Cineworld have hiked the prices up ours has gone from £1.58 to £2.50. Absolutely shocking increase and I have emailed their customer service to complain. It's not s…
eslick Avatar4m, 6d agoFound 4 months, 6 days ago18 Comments
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Only £2 from the cineworld at the foyer or £2.50 on line
pramms
its £2.50 in Feltham


They have put the prices up, shocking increase.
its £2.50 in Feltham
its £2 each for me on london 2 child 2 adults = £10
I took my kids last Saturday for the Finding Dory movie, £1.80 each x 5 = £9 + £18 popcorn etc etc!

May go again this weekend.
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Asterix: The Mansions Of The Gods / The Jungle Book / Ice Age: Collision Course this weekend Movies for Juniors £1.80 @ Cineworld

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Asterix: The Mansions Of The Gods, The Jungle Book, Ice Age: Collision Course are on the Movies for Juniors this weekend at Cineworld. The price is £2 each, but if you register the price drops to
Asterix: The Mansions Of The Gods, The Jungle Book, Ice Age: Collision Course are on the Movies for Juniors this weekend at Cineworld. The price is £2 each, but if you register the price drops to
millarcat Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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Yes. They were completely unimpressed and underwhelmed with it, and don't want to bother watching it again. That's why I posted my comment after we all sat and paid £10+ per ticket to see it. Ages 4, 6 and 8, if that makes any difference to you for me to voice my opinion.
thingonaspring
Even kids club prices are way too much for the utter drivel that was Ice Age Collision Course.
You know that movie is meant for kids. Did you ask their opinion before brainwashing them and telling it was ****?

P.S. I haven't seen it yet. Maybe I'll hate it too but my daughter will love it.
Even kids club prices are way too much for the utter drivel that was Ice Age Collision Course.
http://i.imgur.com/knaFcbb.jpg

Edited By: millarcat on Sep 29, 2016 15:42
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The Jungle Book / Ice Age: Collision Course / Kung Fu Panda 3 this weekend Movies for Juniors £1.80 @ Cineworld

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The Jungle Book, Ice Age: Collision Course, and Kung Fu Panda 3 are on the Movies for Juniors this weekend at Cineworld t. The price is £2 each, but if you register the price drops to £1.80.
The Jungle Book, Ice Age: Collision Course, and Kung Fu Panda 3 are on the Movies for Juniors this weekend at Cineworld t. The price is £2 each, but if you register the price drops to £1.80.
millarcat Avatar5m, 18h agoFound 5 months, 18 hours ago9 Comments
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naveenvp
is the ticket for kids free??? what is the age criteria for buying child ticket????
Same here I have a 3 1/2 year old ..
is the ticket for kids free??? what is the age criteria for buying child ticket????
jasee
dustiebin
Would this be advertised on their website? I may be being blind but I cannot see anything that mentions those films or the price.....
You have to do a search for the movie which should give you (for instance)https://www.cineworld.co.uk/films/the-jungle-book-movies-for-juniors

right! many thanks for pointing me in the right direction!
Jungle Book was wonderful, a huge hit with me and my family. Well worth £1.80!
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Kung Fu Panda 3, The Peanuts Movie & Alice Through The Looking Glass this weekend Movies for Juniors £1.80 @ Cineworld

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Alice Through The Looking Glass, Kung Fu Panda 3 and Snoopy And Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie are the Movies for Juniors at Cineworld this weekend. The price is £2 each and if you register (free…
Alice Through The Looking Glass, Kung Fu Panda 3 and Snoopy And Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie are the Movies for Juniors at Cineworld this weekend. The price is £2 each and if you register (free…
Santa001 Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago1 Comment
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IMDB links:

Alice Through The Looking Glass - IMDB
Kung Fu Panda 3 - IMDB
Snoopy And Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie - IMDB
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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.
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.
boyaloud Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago20 Comments
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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.


I've a feeling Stoke are doing this as they miss out on a LOT of the bigger films
£17.40 for 1 person at the cinema are you having a laugh. Even if I was rich, I wouldn't pay that much.
If it makes you feel better Suicide Squad in the IMAX at Cineworld Sheffield was £17.40 for one ticket.
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!!!
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: .
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Robinson Crusoe, Ratchet And Clank, The Jungle Book, Zootropolis and Goosebumps - Movies for Juniors £1.80 @ Cineworld

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Robinson Crusoe (The Wild Life), Ratchet And Clank, The Jungle Book, Zootropolis and Goosebumps are the Movies for Juniors at Cineworld. The first two till next Thursday and the rest today and tomorro…
Robinson Crusoe (The Wild Life), Ratchet And Clank, The Jungle Book, Zootropolis and Goosebumps are the Movies for Juniors at Cineworld. The first two till next Thursday and the rest today and tomorro…
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SabreRat
Ratchet and clank booked. thanks


If you've played the reboot you've basically "seen" the movie
Ratchet and clank booked. thanks
aurora
I can definitely recommend Zootropolis and Goosebumps, both very good films. Goosebumps might be a bit scary for younger children but there nothing gory and it's a happy ending. Zootropolis is great - lovely animation and a good script that will keep adults happy too. Seen them both twice and could easily watch them again. Haven't seen Jungle Book but it got good reviews.

Goosebumps is terrible - even my kid did not like it
Jungle Book is brilliant
aurora
I can definitely recommend Zootropolis and Goosebumps, both very good films. Goosebumps might be a bit scary for younger children but there nothing gory and it's a happy ending. Zootropolis is great - lovely animation and a good script that will keep adults happy too. Seen them both twice and could easily watch them again. Haven't seen Jungle Book but it got good reviews.
I second Zootropolis, nice even for adults. 8)
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Star Trek - Triple Bill (Three films including latest Star Trek: Beyond) 21 July £14.20/£15.70 at Cineworld or £15 at VUE (Double Bill at Odeon for £5)

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A triple bill showing of Star Trek, Into Darkness and Beyond at both Cineworld and Vue - particularly good value as it includes the new film (and in 3D too if you choose Cineworld). Seem to be showing…
A triple bill showing of Star Trek, Into Darkness and Beyond at both Cineworld and Vue - particularly good value as it includes the new film (and in 3D too if you choose Cineworld). Seem to be showing…
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Just a heads up for anyone interested, Odeon are now taking bookings for a Double Bill (So Star Trek and ST: Into Darkness) for £5. Details here.
Have to agree. Darkness is an abomination. 2009 is wonderful, so hopefully Beyond will restore the faith.
Cold because into darkness is terrible and not worth paying to see
Have to wait and see what tribute they do for Anton.
that's a long time to be sat in a cinema :| but great films :D
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The Jungle Book - Movies For Juniors £1.80 at Cineworld or Odeon kids £1 to £2.50

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The Jungle Book only finished its main screenings last week at Odeon and Cineworld but is already on their kids clubs this weekend. Price for Cineworld is cheaper if booked online £1.80 and Odeon are
The Jungle Book only finished its main screenings last week at Odeon and Cineworld but is already on their kids clubs this weekend. Price for Cineworld is cheaper if booked online £1.80 and Odeon are
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lauralou16206
popeben
Does anyone know if it is OK to take a 7 month old baby in to the screening? I can't see anything on the Cineworld website.

Yes you can take a baby :) I go regularly, lots of people take babies and young children, a little bit of noise is expected as it's purely for the kids, no need to feel uncomfortable taking your little one :)


You'll see when you go that you needn't have worried but to be on the safe side taking a baby, I'd recommend taking another adult who can stay with any older kids you might have if you need to take the baby out. As you can see, it's a touchy subject for some people, so to avoid you feeling uncomfortable if the baby gets noisy this gives you the option to calm the little one away from shaking heads etc.


​Do they do parkinsons screenings?
lauralou16206
popeben
Does anyone know if it is OK to take a 7 month old baby in to the screening? I can't see anything on the Cineworld website.

Yes you can take a baby :) I go regularly, lots of people take babies and young children, a little bit of noise is expected as it's purely for the kids, no need to feel uncomfortable taking your little one :)


You'll see when you go that you needn't have worried but to be on the safe side taking a baby, I'd recommend taking another adult who can stay with any older kids you might have if you need to take the baby out. As you can see, it's a touchy subject for some people, so to avoid you feeling uncomfortable if the baby gets noisy this gives you the option to calm the little one away from shaking heads etc.
lauralou16206
blue1971
lauralou16206
popeben
Does anyone know if it is OK to take a 7 month old baby in to the screening? I can't see anything on the Cineworld website.
Yes you can take a baby :) I go regularly, lots of people take babies and young children, a little bit of noise is expected as it's purely for the kids, no need to feel uncomfortable taking your little one :)
​Erm it's a cinema,noise it's expected. it's movies for juniors not for babies. winds me up people taking noisy babies or allowing kids to do whatever they want. I take my children they sit quietly and watch the film.
I said 'a little bit of noise' no one said anything about allowing there children to run riot, mines 3 and sits quietly most of the time but can get fidgety towards the end it is expected with young children, people are well within their rights to take babies and young children to the cinema, who are you to tell them they can't....
Erm i'm a paying customer in a cinema who doesn't want to hear noise from people's children OR BABIES,especially as mine can sit there quietly !
blue1971
lauralou16206
popeben
Does anyone know if it is OK to take a 7 month old baby in to the screening? I can't see anything on the Cineworld website.
Yes you can take a baby :) I go regularly, lots of people take babies and young children, a little bit of noise is expected as it's purely for the kids, no need to feel uncomfortable taking your little one :)
​Erm it's a cinema,noise it's expected. it's movies for juniors not for babies. winds me up people taking noisy babies or allowing kids to do whatever they want. I take my children they sit quietly and watch the film.


I said 'a little bit of noise' no one said anything about allowing there children to run riot, mines 3 and sits quietly most of the time but can get fidgety towards the end it is expected with young children, people are well within their rights to take babies and young children to the cinema, who are you to tell them they can't....
Excellent film highly recommended :D
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Cineworld members free month when leaving *Do not offer or post referrals*

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Has probably been posted before but thought I'd post just incase. I've tried to leave cineworld twice and have been offered a free month both times, just said money was tight and they offered a free
Has probably been posted before but thought I'd post just incase. I've tried to leave cineworld twice and have been offered a free month both times, just said money was tight and they offered a free
Chriscrbrown Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago33 Comments
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Is it me or does the price of this card go up every year?
I don't personally have one but I remember seeing it some time (not sure how many years) ago at £13 something, then £15 something and now its £16.90?


It does go up, think recent ones have been 50p a month each year or two years so since say 2009/2010 it's gone from £13-ish to £17.40 I think so 6 years about £4 increase

BUT you do get a £10 reduction in IMAX films and only need to see 2 films a month to justify the cost, you'll probably see many more though & there are member only screenings (but tbh they're the rudest most talkative people I've found when going) also they've a habit of only putting them on after 8pm
Great thanks, heated 8)
I was tempted as i've been going a lot more often recently but I probably wouldnt go twice a month for 12 months, theres just not enough good films coming out. If the additional benefits were worthwhile id definitely do it but they're not. 10% off food/drink in the cinema is rubbish.
kingmobuk
twice a month though - there isnt usually enough to warrant two trips in a month, every month.....
besides if you can go in the day time in the week then its more like four trips?

I've had it for over 2 years now and its one of the best things I have bought. I love films though and I even see some things that id never bother to see if I hadn't of had this e.g. The woman in gold, big fat greek wedding 2. Not really my cup of tea spending £11 a ticket for them but well worth going on this and I really enjoyed them. I got to see Black Mass 2 months before it was released in the UK and each month there are usually unlimited screenings where they give you free medium coke, or big bag of M&Ms and its mostly a secret screening. latest one was zootropolis 2 weeks before it was released. I also get 25% off food and that is also for any friends. 25% off pizza hut and other restaurants also. I understand that its expensive but considering what you get and that you do get treated well to me is worth it. I got special tickets to the 12pm Star Wars in IMAX also which was great fun.
Good deal...
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IMAX Film Fest 27th February All films £3.00 @ Cineworld

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4 films available to see Martian Jurassic World Gravity Mad Max Fury Road For one day only, we’re giving you the chance to be part of the sheer immersive experience of IMAX! Get ready for Cin…
4 films available to see Martian Jurassic World Gravity Mad Max Fury Road For one day only, we’re giving you the chance to be part of the sheer immersive experience of IMAX! Get ready for Cin…
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Seen Gravity in LIGO

(science nerdy joke that)
Plenty of tickets left at Cineworld Sheffield. We have one of the biggest screens and with digital laser imax it's the only way to experience these films. It also £2.70 with an unlimited card!!
Great deal. Shame they're only in Crawley, Milton Keynes or Sheffield!
Chigro
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Sheffields laser imax the only digital one worth visiting.
​I'm really interested in seeing a digital laser presentation. But the Sheffield IMAX is tiny and not even the correct aspect ratio (closer to 16:9). The only other DL IMAX is Empire Leicester Square and is only marginally bigger. A friend of mine has seen digital laser and says the picture quality is vibrant but claims that 15/70 traditional IMAX protection is better. But I do really like the sound of digital laser and can't wait to see it.

I thought it was outstanding. Fair enough only about half the size of the biggest Imax screens but still much bigger than a regular one. I sat half way up and the screen filled my complete vision. Sound is the best I've heard yet.
Digital will never beat film at any size but there's only one way cinemas are going and that's all digital in future.
friendlyfire321
Have Cineworld even got any decent sized Imax screens? The one in Nottingham is quite small :(


​The majority of Cineworld IMAX's are tiny and the incorrect aspect ratio (meaning that they cannot correctly show footage shot on IMAX cameras). However the Glasgow Science Centre (Cineworld has a lease) is a true IMAX but has unfortunately switched to digital projection. The best IMAX's to visit are probably BFI London (Odeon) - if you can catch a 15/70 presentation or the Science Museum in London (note - not Cineworld), which only shows 15/70 presentations. Some of the digital laser IMAX's sound good but they are quite small. If you are interested then the only Cineworld Digital Laser is Sheffield.
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Cineworld movies for juniors-the iron giant, £1.58 online or £1.75 at the venue

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Great film from what i can remember,didnt realise it had so many famous people in it. The Incredibles director Brad Bird's brilliant animated sci-fi debut, remastered with extra scenes. In 1957, Amer…
Great film from what i can remember,didnt realise it had so many famous people in it. The Incredibles director Brad Bird's brilliant animated sci-fi debut, remastered with extra scenes. In 1957, Amer…
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Went to this with 6 of my 8 kids this morning thank you for the post :)
You should get a TV ;)


​Actually have 5 tvs in the house thanks, the kids enjoyed the cinema experience! They say if you've got nothing good to say then say nothing at all :{
Excellent film, Book and scholastic comprehension book also available
Great movie, in case you don't read all the blurb, it's a special edition with new scenes added!
one of my favourite animated films
We went today. 2 and 3 year old girls loved it and sat through it. The did a box of drink, popcorn and chocolate stars for 2.50 which I didn't think was bad compared to the usual cinema prices

 

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Cineworld opened its first cinema screens to the public in Stevenage in July 1996. From this single venue, growth has been rapid with new multiplexes regularly opening around the country. The company has bought up several rivals over the years, including UGC, which was previously French owned, and more recently the 24 arthouse venues making up the Picturehouse Cinemas chain. Cinemas are continuously upgraded to include new technology, with the company being one of the first to include 3D facilities at most of its locations, while 4DX technology is now available at some of its cinemas. Cineworld has nine IMAX locations and its multiplexes feature what's claimed to be the world's tallest cinema in Glasgow. Sheffield boasts the most Cineworld screens at one multiplex, with 20 screens available for customers to choose from.

Cineworld: Cinema Finder and Online Shop

Cineworld offers customers an easy way to find their desired cinema. On the Cineworld homepage at www.cineworld.co.uk simply:

  1. Use the "Select my cinema" button.
  2. Wait for the "Find a cinema" box to appear.
  3. Enter your preferred town, city or postcode.
  4. Now, a list of the nearest cinemas will appear.

Cineworld's online shop allows users of its website to book tickets, buy gift cards and the company's "Unlimited cards". Preferred individual seats can be reserved, using convenient plans of the chosen cinema, and 3D glasses can also be booked, when needed.

Product Range at Cineworld.co.uk

Cineworld's website allows customers to book tickets to any film or films they'd like to see. In addition, products such as gift cards, eGift cards and the company's "Unlimited cards" can be purchased. The website sections include:

  • What's On: An area which directs customers to first enter their preferred cinema location before listing screenings available.
  • Unlimited Card: A section that allows customers to apply for the Cineworld deal.
  • Gifts: This is where you can look up presents including gift cards and eGift cards.
  • 4DX: Here you can browse through a listing of films available in this format.
  • IMAX: This provides you with an explanation of this format and availability of films and locations in 4DX.
  • VIP: This section is for those wishing to book this Cineworld experience with added extras available at selected locations, including access to a special VIP Lounge.
  • SuperScreen: Here you'll find information about cinemas equipped with this Cineworld sound and screening upgrade, along with films available in this format.

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Cineworld's "Unlimited card" is an ongoing deal offered to all Cineworld customers and available to buy online at cineworld.co.uk/unlimited.

For a set monthly fee, the card allows an individual customer to see as many films as he or she likes. There is no limit to the number of times that fans of a particular film can see that film, but there is a restriction of one ticket per card for each screening. The card can only be used by the designated user, and the is issued with a photo to ensure this. Extras, such as the company's premium seats, attract an added fee as do films screened in 3D.

To buy one of these cards, customers will need to provide:

  • A valid bank card or voucher code.
  • A bank account for monthly payments.
  • Personal details, including an address where the card can be posted to.
  • A recent photo of themselves or the person the card is being bought for.

To use an "Unlimited card", customers should:

  1. Login to their unlimited account before making their booking.
  2. Enter their personal details and account number.
  3. Proceed with the booking in the normal way.
  4. Pick up their ticket at the booking office by showing their card.

The card can also be used at a Cineworld box office both for advance bookings and to gain access to any film. Additional charges may apply to certain films, screenings and seats.

The is particular Cineworld card has its own enquiry line on: 0330 3334444.

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Cineworld doesn't require customers to register before buying tickets online. Registration for a My Cineworld Account, however, is free and offers the advantage of cheaper tickets. Cineworld says there are other benefits to a My Cineworld Account such as faster future booking and access to exclusive benefits. Furthermore, the Cineworld website allows customers to select specific seats at their chosen screening.

Physical tickets booked online can be picked up at one of Cineworld's advance booking ticket collection machines at the chosen cinema. Customers will need to use the credit or debit card used when making the booking to gain access to their tickets.

Cineworld Apps

Cineworld has a handy mobile app available for both iOS and Android. The Cineworld app allows registered users to find their nearest cinemas, browse trailers and securely book tickets. Users can also personalise settings by, for example, marking certain cinemas as favourites.

There is also a Cineworld Magazine available app which delivers a free magazine to tablets and smartphones of registered users each month. Cineworld says the magazine has the highest circulation of any comparable film title.

Customers who have booked using the company's mobile app will receive an e-mail containing a QR code. The Cineworld staff will scan this code to allow access to the cinema, either from a mobile phone or a print out of the e-mail.

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Cineworld – Accepted Payment Methods

Cineworld accepts online payment via MasterCard, Maestro, Visa, and American Express.

Customers can use a Cineworld gift or eGift card to pay online for their tickets or use their 'unlimited card'. PayPal, however, is not accepted by Cineworld as payment for any of its products.

Cineworld Shipping

Cinema tickets cannot be posted to customers, but need to be picked up at the designated cinema. Customers who have chosen to buy physical gift cards can choose a variety of delivery methods. These are:

  • First Class Post which comes with a £1.50 fee
  • Recorded Delivery for £2.50
  • Courier delivery which costs £7

Cancellations on Cineworld.co.uk

Cineworld allows customers to cancel their booking once it’s been made, provided they have registered for a My Cineworld account upon booking. Customers should:

  1. Log in to their My Cineworld account.
  2. Review their purchases.
  3. Cancel the tickets no longer needed with the click of a button.

Cineworld notes that only the customer who has made the booking can cancel the ticket(s). Cancellations can be made up to two hours before the screening time and are only available for tickets bought online.

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Contact Cineworld

Customers can choose from a variety of ways to get in touch with Cineworld:

  • An information line is open from Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 22:00, the number is 0871 2002000. This number can also be used to book cinema tickets by phone, with an extra booking fee applied as opposed to prices charged online. Customers should note that calls to this line cost 12p per minute, plus the standard network connection charge.
  • Customers can also choose to call Cineworld's general information number on 0333 0033444, with lines open Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 22:00.
    There is a dedicated helpline for users of Cineworld's "Unlimited card". The number is 0330 3334444, and lines are open Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 22:00.
    Customers who wish to e-mail Cineworld can do so at customer.services@cineworld.co.uk.
  • Those who prefer to write to the company can send correspondence to:
  • Cineworld plc
    8th Floor
    Vantage London
    Great West Road
    Brentford, TW8 9AG
    United Kingdom

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