Kids AM - See a film every Saturday/Sunday Morning for just 95p each at Vue - HotUKDeals
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Amazing value - Every Saturday & Sunday morning (And every morning during half term) its just 95p a ticket. Adults pay the same price - All adults must be accompanied by at least one child.

This weeks film is - Ice Age 3 - Dawn Of The Dinosaurs

Coming soon -
Cloudy with a chance of meatballs - 6th & 7th Feb
Planet 51 - 12th & 13th Feb
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#1
this is good, but not really a deal as they do this all year round, but not at my local vue unfortunately. make sure your local is on the list as only abt half of them do it i think.
#2
For those without a vue Odeon do a similar deal on sat and sun mornings, £2.50 with adult free.
and Cineworld also do Saturday mornings kids films for a £1, this week fantastic Mr Fox, Coraline or Up.
Great for those on a budget and who dont get suckered into seeing kids films as soon as they are released, just wait a few months and pay a fraction of the cost!
#3
blueladd
For those without a vue Odeon do a similar deal on sat and sun mornings, £2.50 with adult free.
and Cineworld also do Saturday mornings kids films for a £1, this week fantastic Mr Fox, Coraline or Up.
Great for those on a budget and who dont get suckered into seeing kids films as soon as they are released, just wait a few months and pay a fraction of the cost!


Cineworld - £1 - http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/583787/cineworld-fantastic-mr-fox-up-cloud
#4
Good deal - good find
Just no pleasing some on HUKD!
#5
We do the Cineworld one every now and again. We also make a point of getting the kids the popcorn pack they do as it seems like a fair deal - we get in cheap and they get a few quid from the sales of food & drink; everyone wins!

We have noticed that the ST Helens Cineworld has been packed for the last couple of weeks - when we first went, it was empty. Maybe everyone else is feeling the pinch
#6
Jimston
this is good, but not really a deal as they do this all year round, but not at my local vue unfortunately. make sure your local is on the list as only abt half of them do it i think.


Of course it's a deal. If you went along to the cinema on Saturday morning to see any other film it would cost over a fiver for a child.

You are basically saying "deals" like the Aldi Super 6 aren't deals because they are on every week - just different fruit and veg.

On a slightly different note: What age do others on here take their children to the cinema for the first time? My son is nearly 2 and loves watching Disney Cars. He's goes nuts when he sees Lightning McQueen! I feel he's still far to young to go to the cinema but I'm really looking forward to taking him for the first time.
#7
smk77
Of course it's a deal. If you went along to the cinema on Saturday morning to see any other film it would cost over a fiver for a child.

You are basically saying "deals" like the Aldi Super 6 aren't deals because they are on every week - just different fruit and veg.

On a slightly different note: What age do others on here take their children to the cinema for the first time? My son is nearly 2 and loves watching Disney Cars. He's goes nuts when he sees Lightning McQueen! I feel he's still far to young to go to the cinema but I'm really looking forward to taking him for the first time.


My little girl is 3 and loves Bee Movie, but I don't think she would sit still for that long in the chairs at the cinema - plus she doesn't like the dark!
#8
smk77
Of course it's a deal. If you went along to the cinema on Saturday morning to see any other film it would cost over a fiver for a child.

You are basically saying "deals" like the Aldi Super 6 aren't deals because they are on every week - just different fruit and veg.

On a slightly different note: What age do others on here take their children to the cinema for the first time? My son is nearly 2 and loves watching Disney Cars. He's goes nuts when he sees Lightning McQueen! I feel he's still far to young to go to the cinema but I'm really looking forward to taking him for the first time.


all i was saying is this is no different to what they were doing about 4 years ago. the price is no cheaper as it has always been cheap, but it is worth mentioning it on boards coz i dont think many people know about it. just like the deals they used to do on baby films during the week where a mum/dad could take their baby during the week to watch a certain film at a cheap price and didnt pay for the baby or toddler and no one minded kiddy noise as everyone had bubs with them. used to be able to go watch a movie & feed baby etc without worrying abt disturbing other people in the cinema.
#9
Cheers for this, my little boy is just 4 and loves the cinema.
#10
I want to take the kids to see G-Force at odeon on sunday - if I book online do I just ass the kids tickets?
#11
Nearest Vue to us (Newcastle) is Carlisle, then York!
#12
Good deal.. done this a couple of times.. my only criticism is that whilst they turn the volume down a little for the main feature (still plenty load enough), they don't for the trailers.. My daughter was terrified when the Ice Age 3 teaser trailer was shown. (now she's a bit older, she wants to see it)

oh, and btw, some cinemas show more than one film, so you may get a choice of another one you weren't expecting...
#13
just a way of enticing people in so they pay OTT prices for hotdogs, sweets and crisps (whoever thought crisps was suitable for a cinema needs shooting)

still... c'est la vie. same back when i was working at the odeon as a youngster (back in the proper days of 1000+ seaters, not the piddly plop crap we have now) I saved a kid choking on popcorn with the heilmlich manoeuvre. not bad considering i'd only ever seen it on telly and i was about 15 at the time.
#14
I take my 2 girls to the cinema. The eldest is 4 next month and youngest 18 months - they both LOVE it.Youngest does get a bit twitchy after half hour so i take some crayons and we sit at the back. Also choose a film that isn't too long. May be the novelty factor but have been twice in the recent bad weather and going again sunday as stuart little is on - eldests favourite film! we go picturehouse it's£3.50 per child including 1/2 hr of painting/drawing before film, small popcorn and small drink. free for adults.
#15
+£1.80 card handling fee if you book
#16
smk77
Of course it's a deal. If you went along to the cinema on Saturday morning to see any other film it would cost over a fiver for a child.

You are basically saying "deals" like the Aldi Super 6 aren't deals because they are on every week - just different fruit and veg.


If it's permanently available its not a deal - its just the price. Whether its Fantastic Mr Fox or a bunch of bananas.
[helper]#17
Jimston
this is good, but not really a deal as they do this all year round, but not at my local vue unfortunately. make sure your local is on the list as only abt half of them do it i think.

I agree - this deal is on all the time so its not hot but it is a useful reminder. Other thing to bear in mind is that the films vary from cinema to cinema....
#18
my youngest is three, and went to see G-Force on the above deal last week. Made it through, but it was close towards the end. however for cartoons she's fine.

horses for courses.

it's a great deal.
#19
As another poster said these screenings are getting very popular, used to be 1/4 full at most, now we've found a few times the films are completely full through advanced bookings.
#20
makkax1
+£1.80 card handling fee if you book


Still great value if you ask me..
#21
Ayrton
If it's permanently available its not a deal - its just the price. Whether its Fantastic Mr Fox or a bunch of bananas.


Where does it say on this site that a deal (especially one that varies in terms of the actually product or service) can't be permanent??? A deal is a transaction. This is a "hot" transaction because it's a cheap cinema trip. :whistling:

It's a great deal...end of! lol
#22
Vue do kids trays - £2.05 (or maybe £2.10) gets you a tray with a drink (250ml), popcorn (about half a small popcorn) and a bag of sweets/milky way. More than enough for adults too. You don't have to go to the kids am to get these, you can get them any time.
#23
marianne123
Vue do kids trays - £2.05 (or maybe £2.10) gets you a tray with a drink (250ml), popcorn (about half a small popcorn) and a bag of sweets/milky way. More than enough for adults too. You don't have to go to the kids am to get these, you can get them any time.


Sounds like a great deal...oh, hang on. It can't be a deal if they do it all the time.;-)
#24
T & C state "All adults must be accompanied by at least 1 child"

We've only got 1 child so only 1 parent can go. :x
[helper]#25
generationz
T & C state "All adults must be accompanied by at least 1 child"

We've only got 1 child so only 1 parent can go. :x

The other adult would probably have to pay full price but ring them and check
#26
Voted Hot.

Good deal, was wondering if my 3 yr old would last a movie all the way through, for £1.90 its worth a go, for £10 he'd be glued to his seat :)

To the people posting its not a deal, it is to me, as I didn't know about it, so I would have normally paid £10 for me and my son, so its saved me £8, and means I can take a risk on leaving the film early if he gets bored and not lose much money, which is a good deal.
#27
nice!
#28
libEL
I want to take the kids to see G-Force at odeon on sunday - if I book online do I just ass the kids tickets?


Presume you mean 'add' ;-)

It'll automatically adjust the price. So if you add 2 adults and 2 kids it should automatically adjust the price to just £5 on the Odeon website.
#29
Thanks didn't know Vue did this and I'd planned to take my son to the later screening of Ice Age 3 tomorrow! We'll go to the early one now for 95p each thanks!
#30
gari189
The other adult would probably have to pay full price but ring them and check


I went as 2 adults and 1 kid and she charged the extra adult £1.50 - Still a bargain:thumbsup:
#31
its worth noting that vue still give the usual £1.50 money off next visit voucher which can be used to discount any other regular showing to a reasonable price :)
#32
thanx
#33
What's a VIP ticket?
#34
johnson293
Nearest Vue to us (Newcastle) is Carlisle, then York!


Cineworld
Boldon Leisure Park, Abingdon Way, Boldon Colliery, NE35 9PB, United Kingdom‎ - 0191 536 3030‎ :thumbsup:
#35
normal
What's a VIP ticket?


You get to sit in a little box by yourself to watch, so you dont have to sit with the normal scum. Has its own private bar, and own surround sound system
#36
Oh! Maybe a bit much with my daughter. I'll let her mix with normal scum for now.

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