I posted this over 3 years ago and the Autism friendly showing of Night At the Museum - Secret of the Tomb @ Cineworld post by angelhaseyes prompted me to reignigte the CEA card deal that was expiredhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-cinema-for-carers-1043928
The deal with the card is as follows :-
Welcome to The Cinema Exhibitors' Association Card Website. This is a national card that can be used to verify that the holder is entitled to one free ticket for a person accompanying them to the cinema. Terms and Condition of use apply.
To apply for the card, you will need to meet one or more of the following criteria:
a) Be in receipt of the disability living allowance or attendance allowance.
b) Be a registered blind person.
The card is valid for 1 years from the date of issue
A processing fee of £6 is chargeable per card.
Check your local Cinema accpets the card !!!
To use this card, a disabled person (including children) apply for this card. They need to send their photograph and will receive a photo card matched to themselves, so that their carer can get in for free, this enables them to bring one other person who can help them.
The carer doesn't need to be the same person always, as the card is not matched to them but to the person with the disability.
The owner of the card must come to the cinema with their carer, this is not a any time free pass for another person. A person without a disability can not use this card on its own. They must be accompanying the person in the photograph, as in the person who needs help.
This is not a freebie for people per se, only for carers who are attending a screening with somebody who needs help and whose picture is in the card.
Thank you to the cinema exhibitors for such a helpful card.