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Thought id put together a thread on where to find offers for cheap / free tickets for us cinema goers so here goes

Children:

Cineworld: Every weekend selected kids movies are £1 when you sign upto mycineworld (free)

Vue 'Kids AM' Selected kids moves from £1.75

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Adults:

Vue - has Super Saver Tuesdays at most of its cinemas although you will need to sign up here http://www.myvue.com/supertuesday

Vue also offer seniors club on selected films from £3.05 per ticket

Vue offers sometimes offer 2 for 1 tickets also so keep checking.

MovieHouse - Movie Ticket and choice of meal from Meal Deal menu £9.95 PP

Saturday and Sunday mornings at City Side! Its the Weekend Movie Madness £3 ticket.

Crazy Tuesday. Any ticket for any show is only £3.00

Odeon - all Premiere Club card holders get 25% off every Monday

Empire Cinemas - Offer cheap tickets on tuesdays applies to 2D and excludes Bank Holidays and the Leicester Square venue but anywhere else is all good.

Also every Thursday the run a offer called 'Last Chance to see' at selected cinemas and you can get films on the cheap.

Cineworld - Sign up to 'MyCineWorld' and get 10% off ticket prices (Free)

take2for10 - tickets, two drinks and a popcorn to share for £10

Note: you can only usually book for the film a week before its screening date

You can also buy a Cineworld unlimited card for around £16 a month for unlimited viewing

Orange Wednesday - 2 for 1 cinema tickets every Wednesday if you are a Orange customer
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Students

Students can get hold of tickets to free screenings at Picturehouse cinemas via https://www.facebook.com/SlackersClub

Also if you have your NUS card with you most Cinemas give you something off.
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Freebies

http://www.showfilmfirst.com/ offer freebies on new screenings or even before general release. You will find a lot of these in the freebies section.

Also http://www.seefilmfirst.com/homepage.welcome.action again similar to showfilmfirst. You can again find the pin(s) in the freebies section when they pop up or in the paper etc.

Tesco Clubcard can be used to exchange for Cinema Tickets
Link here http://www.tesco.com/clubcard/deals/browse.aspx?N=4294960051%204294964994

O2 priority moments sometimes have offers so worth looking before you book / buy.

You can also spend your Nectar points at Vue 500 points = £2.50 so another way to save the £££

I may have missed some offers and would of course love you to share any offers you have or seen or any work arounds

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£5 odeon tickets every Tuesday
kids club Odeon every Saturday and Sunday £2.50pp (But price will vary depending on location) - Thanks to mumtozm

Cineworld Unlimited card holders get free entry for a friend on Orange Wednesday with code at kiosk NOT ONLINE! - Thanks to PatsyW

Check if you're eligible to join CSSC. Amongst their many benefits they offer anytime cinema tickets for all the big chains for £5 adults / £3.50 kids outside of the M25 and can be used in conjunction with Orange Wednesdays.

Membership costs £3.60 a month and you can buy upto 8 tickets per chain per month.

Here's a link to their website: http://www.cssc.co.uk/home/home.aspx

Link to the eligible employers list: http://www.cssc.co.uk/nmsruntime/saveasdialog.aspx?lID=9733&sID=35209

Link to a previous CSSC deal: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cineworld-unlimited-card-116-140-west-end-individual-tickets-for-odean-cineworld-1132977 - Thanks Taskim_red

Cineworld has Bargain Tuesdays

http://www.cineworld.co.uk/bargain-tuesdays - Thanks Musicman89

Empire Cinemas also have Junior movies on Saturday and Sunday mornings for £1.25. - Thanks notmydog75

Signing up for the Cineworld Unlimited card also gets you 10% off at the food & drink kiosk, cinema bar and often surrounding restaurants. For example: card holders visiting the Sheffield branch can get 25% off their food bill at Pizza Express or 20% off at Nandos - Thanks somelikeithott

Showcase does tickets for £6 on Sunday evenings, Mondays and Tuesdays with an Insider card (free). thanks The_Toaster

Also Showcase cinemas do a card called Insider which is free to register and you get discounted (can't remember how much) tickets with it on a Sunday afternoon and all day Monday and Tuesday. - Thanks spannerbaby

use the cinime app during the ads at films, very easy to pick up a free large popcorn on you next visit, value £4 - Thanks spongebob

Parkway cinema do cheap Mondays orange weds and a senior screen on weds Thanks mhague14

http://www.fmuk.org.uk/forum/ is a great place for getting/swapping screening codes - Thanks wytewolf2k

Sign up for sun+... Means buying the newspaper 20 times a month for a code that keeps you in the subscription ... They are doing half price odeon tickets (7days a wk) til June - Thanks shane1ofbev

The light cinema's also do orange Wednesday's. They also charge the same price for both normal and 3D films. - Thanks lizosbourne

Check your odeon ticket stubs once you've bought the tickets- last 2 times I've been there has been a couple of 2 tickets for £10 vouchers attached valid for standard films 7 days a week. - Thanks kikifromscotland

y £3.50 all tickets on Tuesday at the Notting Hill Coronet, usually shows the weeks big / newest releases, and can have a glass of wine during the movie...

http://www.coronet.org - Thanks Donkeykonk

If you are a member of Gourmet Society you can get Vue tickets for £5.50 for any 2D performance.

You can either get one of their (GS) cheap trials - £1 for up to 3 months or you can get annual membership for £10 worth of Nectar points. - Thanks The Engineeer

If anyone subscribes to the times or sunday times they get times+ membership which gives you 2for1 at the odeon at weekends. - Thanks expa

Curzon Cinema has an 'early-bird' discount for lunchtime showings, including weekends. e.g. early bird price for Curzon Soho is £8 compared to peak time price of £15; HMV Curzon in Wimbledon costs £6 compared to £12 at peak

lso worth getting a Prince Charles Cinema membership if you're happy to wait for some of the bigger independent releases (usually screen films a few weeks after they are out on release) - only £10 for the year and you can watch films for as little as £4 during the day, which is amazing value for central London. Thanks orensaifii

Everyman cinemas do a kids club film on a Saturday, £2.50 a ticket, but for the same price you can get an adult + child ticket - Thanks chrisdk

Showcase Cinemas Insider Card is £6 Sunday after 7pm and all day Monday and Tuesday, you will have to pay an extra £1-2 (can't remember exactly) on top for 3d showings however.

Getting the insider card is free of charge. - Thanks cameron92

Sites like Group On and Social Living have cheap offers for cinema tickets as well depending on where you live. - Thanks oldfruity

Scott Cinemas (South & South West ) have cinemas in Bristol, Bridgwater, Barnstaple, Exmouth, Sidmouth, East Grinstead, Lyme Regis and Newton Abbot.

They run a Silver Screen programme (Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday mornings depending on which town) which costs £3.50 and includes a cup of coffee and Bargain Mondays (evenings) from £3.25. Silver Screen is a selection of the year’s best films which maybe you missed it the first time around or maybe you would just like to see it again...

I support them as they 'rescue' small local cinemas and keep them in the town centres as well as adding to the community. The are also cheaper then the major out of town chains with normal prices usually around £5.00

http://www.scottcinemas.co.uk/
- lindak55

Scott Cinemas (South & South West ) have cinemas in Bristol, Bridgwater, Barnstaple, Exmouth, Sidmouth, East Grinstead, Lyme Regis and Newton Abbot.

They run a Silver Screen programme (Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday mornings depending on which town) which costs £3.50 and includes a cup of coffee and Bargain Mondays (evenings) from £3.25. Silver Screen is a selection of the year’s best films which maybe you missed it the first time around or maybe you would just like to see it again...

I support them as they 'rescue' small local cinemas and keep them in the town centres as well as adding to the community. The are also cheaper then the major out of town chains with normal prices usually around £5.00

http://www.scottcinemas.co.uk/
- lindak55

Genesis Cinema in East London (nearest stations Whitechapel and Stepney Green) only costs £3.50 for a ticket on a Wednesday for most films all day, including latest blockbusters. Good option if you don't have Orange Wednesday. Only £7 for a ticket during the rest of the week, even at peak times (with the exception of showings in its premium screen, Studio 5). Good choice of independent/arthouse films too. http://www.theguardian.com/film/filmblog/2012/may/15/cine-files-mile-end-genesis

Thanks orensaifii1

Just to add to the list, if you're a Direct Line customer, you can use https://www.directline241.com/ to get cinema vouchers to Picturehouse, Reel and Showcase cinemas.

For Showcase, using your Insider card is £6 per person, whilst with the directline deal (for my showcase), I can get 2 tickets for £9.30. You can buy a maximum of 10 tickets and there's a delivery/admin charge of £1.

So buying 2 tickets is £10.30 which is £5.15 per person, but if you buy 10 tickets, it's £4.75 per person - much cheaper than Insider.

To note, the cinema voucher is for a standard adult ticket. If you want premier seating or 3d, you pay only for the extra.
Also not sure about prices to Picturehouse or Reel as I don't know any in Notts. - Thanks pman121
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£5 odeon tickets every Tuesday
kids club Odeon every Saturday and Sunday £2.50pp (But price will vary depending on location)
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Cineworld Unlimited card holders get free entry for a friend on Orange Wednesday with code at kiosk NOT ONLINE!
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Mucho heat for the effort alone!!!
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Handy intel, thanks for the effort :{
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PatsyW
Cineworld Unlimited card holders get free entry for a friend on Orange Wednesday with code at kiosk NOT ONLINE!

I did not know that, just the EE or orange code and my unlimited card? Awesome, I only had a PAYG sim for the free tickets...
#6
I have no clue where I left my Odeon Premier card lol. Saved me a lot of money in the past though, considering how often I go to the cinema (no Vue or Cineworld near me)
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Check if you're eligible to join CSSC. Amongst their many benefits they offer anytime cinema tickets for all the big chains for £5 adults / £3.50 kids outside of the M25 and can be used in conjunction with Orange Wednesdays.

Membership costs £3.60 a month and you can buy upto 8 tickets per chain per month.

Here's a link to their website: http://www.cssc.co.uk/home/home.aspx

Link to the eligible employers list: http://www.cssc.co.uk/nmsruntime/saveasdialog.aspx?lID=9733&sID=35209

Link to a previous CSSC deal: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cineworld-unlimited-card-116-140-west-end-individual-tickets-for-odean-cineworld-1132977

Each CSSC member is allowed to invite upto three friends to join so if don't work for an eligible employer, but know somebody who does, then if you ask nicely they might sign you up.

Edited By: Taksim_Red on Mar 13, 2014 19:08: .
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Cineworld has Bargain Tuesdays

http://www.cineworld.co.uk/bargain-tuesdays
1 Like #9
Empire Cinemas also have Junior movies on Saturday and Sunday mornings for £1.25. This Saturday we are going to see Frozen, 2 weeks ago we saw Croods.
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Signing up for the Cineworld Unlimited card also gets you 10% off at the food & drink kiosk, cinema bar and often surrounding restaurants. For example: card holders visiting the Sheffield branch can get 25% off their food bill at Pizza Express or 20% off at Nandos.

Existing members recommend a friend to sign up for a card and get a month free for yourself.
1 Like #11
Empire Cinemas do Junior Saturday and Sunday mornings for £1.25. This coming Saturday we are going to see Frozen.
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Thumbs up.
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Showcase does tickets for £6 on Sunday evenings, Mondays and Tuesdays with an Insider card (free). Not a massive discount but better than nothing :P http://www.showcasecinemas.co.uk/join
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Also Showcase cinemas do a card called Insider which is free to register and you get discounted (can't remember how much) tickets with it on a Sunday afternoon and all day Monday and Tuesday.
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i use the cinime app during the ads at films, very easy to pick up a free large popcorn on you next visit, value £4!
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Parkway cinema do cheap Mondays orange weds and a senior screen on weds... Www.parkway-cinema.co.UK add it to the list !!
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http://www.fmuk.org.uk/forum/ is a great place for getting/swapping screening codes. Create a free account.
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Sign up for sun+... Means buying the newspaper 20 times a month for a code that keeps you in the subscription ... They are doing half price odeon tickets (7days a wk) til June .. Lots of other offers also
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The light cinema's also do orange Wednesday's. They also charge the same price for both normal and 3D films. You do have to purchase your 3D glasses though at a cost of £1.50, but if you are like me you will already have some from a previous 3D film you have seen and kept the glasses rather than throwing them away.
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Sky movies and Virgin media customers also get some free movie tixs I think!
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Heat added... lots of effort OP!
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My local Vue is showing Rio for £2 each. It's 2.5 years old ffs.

Gravity in 3D is £10.55!

Edited By: goonertillidie on Mar 14, 2014 07:58: edited
1 Like #23
Heat added I'm a constant cinema goer and this is really cool and helpful thank you
1 Like #24
Check your odeon ticket stubs once you've bought the tickets- last 2 times I've been there has been a couple of 2 tickets for £10 vouchers attached valid for standard films 7 days a week.
1 Like #25
Great idea for a thread.

Good tip for London where a "normal ticket" can easily be £10-£15...

As well as the Tuesday offers in Vue, Cineworld, and Odeon....


It's is only £3.50 all tickets on Tuesday at the Notting Hill Coronet, usually shows the weeks big / newest releases, and can have a glass of wine during the movie...

http://www.coronet.org

I really like the Coronet, recommended.
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If you are a member of Gourmet Society you can get Vue tickets for £5.50 for any 2D performance.

You can either get one of their (GS) cheap trials - £1 for up to 3 months or you can get annual membership for £10 worth of Nectar points.
1 Like #27
if anyone subscribes to the times or sunday times they get times+ membership which gives you 2for1 at the odeon at weekends.
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wow! really appreciate the extra info and deals! loads more i didn't even know of!

Seriously big thank you :)
#29
Most Empire Cinemas do cheap tickets for any film on Tuesdays. Prices vary between cinemas but at my local it's £3.60.
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Not sure if valid and a bit London-centric, but for people that are interested in the independent chains, Curzon Cinema has an 'early-bird' discount for lunchtime showings, including weekends. e.g. early bird price for Curzon Soho is £8 compared to peak time price of £15; HMV Curzon in Wimbledon costs £6 compared to £12 at peak.

Also worth getting a Prince Charles Cinema membership if you're happy to wait for some of the bigger independent releases (usually screen films a few weeks after they are out on release) - only £10 for the year and you can watch films for as little as £4 during the day, which is amazing value for central London.
1 Like #31
Great post! Thanks for all the info - cinema is way too expensive in London
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orensaifii
Not sure if valid and a bit London-centric, but for people that are interested in the independent chains, Curzon Cinema has an 'early-bird' discount for lunchtime showings, including weekends. e.g. early bird price for Curzon Soho is £8 compared to peak time price of £15; HMV Curzon in Wimbledon costs £6 compared to £12 at peak.

Also worth getting a Prince Charles Cinema membership if you're happy to wait for some of the bigger independent releases (usually screen films a few weeks after they are out on release) - only £10 for the year and you can watch films for as little as £4 during the day, which is amazing value for central London.


Yeah, I was going to mention the PCC, (Prince Charles Cinema).

You can actually get a lifetime membership for £50. I got mine seven years ago. Back then movies were only £1.50-£2.50 for members, there was a big increase in price a couple of years ago...can be £7-8 in the evening now To be honest I haven't used it much since, especially since I found the Coronet for new releases, and other chains doing latest releases cheaper on Tuesdays.

However i still keep hold of my membership as they have some fun ideas, I might pop along to "Cry Along a Les Miserables " etc
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Everyman cinemas do a kids club film on a Saturday, £2.50 a ticket, but for the same price you can get an adult + child ticket. Just one film a week but a nice range of films - generally not the most recent releases, but a nice mix of commercial, obscure, old and new - we've seen Back to the Future, Ponyo, The Wizard of Oz, Muppets from Space and The Adventures of Tintin in the last six months and are off to Despicable Me tomorrow.
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Showcase Cinemas Insider Card is £6 Sunday after 7pm and all day Monday and Tuesday, you will have to pay an extra £1-2 (can't remember exactly) on top for 3d showings however.

Getting the insider card is free of charge.

I regularly go post 7pm on a Sunday and its great :)

Edited By: Cameron92 on Mar 14, 2014 11:55
1 Like #35
Sites like Group On and Social Living have cheap offers for cinema tickets as well depending on where you live.Group On Birmingham are currently selling 2 Reel tickets for £5.60.These are for specific days though so read the T's & C's.
Why should big cinema chains charge more for London than anywhere else in the country? Surely there has to be a lawsuit there somewhere.
#36
I don't think you can just turn up at cineworld and pay £1 to watch a movie for juniors, you have to sign up to mycineworld and buy in advance, otherwise it's £1.50 at the door.
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Empire cinema do weekend morning screenings of childrens movies for £1.25 for adults & children (called Empire juniors) - they are showing Frozen this weekend, which I listed as a deal a couple of weeks ago incase anyone wasn`t aware!
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/watch-disney-s-frozen-movie-empire-cinema-s-1-25-per-person-date-for-diary-weekend-1820468?page=2&jc=true#post21227679



Edited By: cazsilver on Mar 14, 2014 14:15: add link
#38
Thanks everyone - all I would say is that Odeon often have offers on O2 and on the tickets themselves. Also, it is worth getting one of their Premier cards which occasionally gets you a free ticket.
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Where's the free tickets ?
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DonkeyKonk
Great idea for a thread.

Good tip for London where a "normal ticket" can easily be £10-£15...

As well as the Tuesday offers in Vue, Cineworld, and Odeon....


It's is only £3.50 all tickets on Tuesday at the Notting Hill Coronet, usually shows the weeks big / newest releases, and can have a glass of wine during the movie...

http://www.coronet.org

I really like the Coronet, recommended.

Wow! I'd go there every Tuesday, what a stunning place!

I have to paid full price to see films in a vile hole that appears to be constructed from the leftovers of supermarket build. I wish more old cinemas had been saved.

Nice one!

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