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Odeon £1.00 Kids Club - adults go FREE!

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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
I went to the Odeon this morning to see UP. I took two children and it cost just £2 for two adults and two children! Very very good value.

(Went on the train using a Family railcard so cheap travel £4.50 total, followed by bargain Subway Kidspak at £1.99 each. Kids are happy, we're happy!)

Not sure if the £1 deal is nationwide - we went to the Odeon in Weston Super Mare. Not busy at all.

"ODEON Kids screenings have been chosen especially for children and are every Saturday and Sunday mornings at pocket money prices. What's more with every child ticket you get a free adult ticket - so mums and dads get to go FREE!

ODEON Kids runs every day throughout most school holidays. Please check cinema listings for more information."
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#1
Bargain, good movie too! ;)
#2
that is a sweet deal, travel plus kids food, an absolute steal. how often do you get change out of 100 quid for a family day out.
#3
They've been doing this for years, not really a new deal, but is excellent value (although you can easily spend £10 on a popcorn and drinks)!!

Here is a direct link to choose your local cinema and find out whats on the Kids Club.

Also, Vue cinemas do the same sort of thing, so check this link out to see that one (it's only 95p during half term!!)
#4
Price is supposed to be £2.50 per child and adults free. Booked to see Planet51 on Sunday at Kettering.
#5
GRiDlock
Price is supposed to be £2.50 per child and adults free. Booked to see Planet51 on Sunday at Kettering.


That's how much it is in Lea Valley, London - maybe midweek is cheaper?
#6
Is kids club every day at Odeon? Always thought it was Sat/ Sun only

Big heat added btw, can't moan at these prices
#7
Johnboy_1975
Is kids club every day at Odeon? Always thought it was Sat/ Sun only

Big heat added btw, can't moan at these prices



I was wondering the same too but just checked on the website, also includes school holidays

'ODEON Kids screenings have been chosen especially for children and are [COLOR="black"]every Saturday and Sunday mornings[/COLOR] at pocket money prices. What's more with every child ticket you get a free adult ticket - so mums and dads get to go FREE!

ODEON Kids runs every day throughout most school holidays. Please check cinema listings for more information'

Thanks to the OP for the heads up. Cheers :thumbsup:
#8
This is fab, but looking at my local one it tells me in the pricing that its £2.50 and one adult free with each child.

Can you show me where it is a £1 please?
#9
Mrs.Z
That's how much it is in Lea Valley, London - maybe midweek is cheaper?


I was at Lea Valley today to see Planet 51. Price was £2.50 per child. I also saw Up there on Tuesday at the same price! The showings are always 11am.

I heard that Cineworld is £1 showing - but I don't think they do the midweek school holiday showings like the Odeon do!

Sometimes we might see the same film a couple of times in the same week - if it's a real hit with the kids!!:-D
#10
Hmm - have had a look at the Odeon website and there isn't anywhere which shows you where you can go for a quid. However here is a link to one of the films showing at Weston tomorrow - I guess you just have to be lucky where you live!

https://www.odeon.co.uk/fanatic/booking-standard-seating/s141/?bookingProcess=068b145c15d28e8bbb47ac208f849f5798e3dc84
#11
katya1971
This is fab, but looking at my local one it tells me in the pricing that its £2.50 and one adult free with each child.

Can you show me where it is a £1 please?


See post above. Sorry should have quoted first. Anyway hope you guys can find an accessible Odeon for a quid.
#12
draeburn
They've been doing this for years, not really a new deal, but is excellent value (although you can easily spend £10 on a popcorn and drinks)!!

Here is a direct link to choose your local cinema and find out whats on the Kids Club.

Also, Vue cinemas do the same sort of thing, so check this link out to see that one (it's only 95p during half term!!)


Being canny HUKDers we did of course sneak in our own snacks! You're right - astronomical prices (although cheaper than Vue I reckon). There couldn't have been more than 20 kids in there this morning, so they must make their money on sweets and drinks.
#13
Oh and another thing - don't book online because they will charge you another £2.50 to £3.00 for a card transaction. Scandalous. I did however, use the online booking system just to check the prices - if you tick two adults and two children at £1 each it just charges £2 total.
#14
£4.50 in Gateshead - if anyone thinking about it.
#15
anyone know if i can just turn up for this then without pre-booking?

thanks to op, i hadn't heard of this deal before
#16
mummy2b
anyone know if i can just turn up for this then without pre-booking?

thanks to op, i hadn't heard of this deal before


More than likely. I started going about 4 weeks ago (thanks to HUKD), and assumed that it would be fully booked, not so - although I had rung the cinema first to confirm. The seats are normally 1/3 full, if that. We went this morning to see Where the Wild Things Are (or whatever they call it now) at local Cineworld. . Have also seen Planet 21, Fantastic Mr Fox and Cloudy with a Touch of Meatballs. It really is good value at £1.

Really funny though, there were loads of adults this time without kids, and I wondered if they were curious about their favourite childhood book!

NB when I went to the Odeon I paid £2 - one adult one child (not complaining though!).
#17
Cheapest Bloody day out ever. Heat Added.
#18
Empire Cinemas are £1.25 per ticket (or at least our local one is) and they have a choice of 2 films each weekend. They do a leaflet each quarter listing which films will be showing each weekend as well so you can plan in advance!
#19
what is the minimum age for a child ticket?
thanks
#20
Annasteven
Being canny HUKDers we did of course sneak in our own snacks! You're right - astronomical prices (although cheaper than Vue I reckon). There couldn't have been more than 20 kids in there this morning, so they must make their money on sweets and drinks.


I've just looked at The Vue website and they are charging 95p every day during half term but also it is only 95p (95p for an adult as well - accompanied by at least one child) every Saturday and Sunday morning as well. I've just booked up for my children to see Planet 51 at the Vue in Exeter tomorrow morning which cost me £1.90 for the two tickets, however, I've paid an additional £1.20 booking fee (60p per ticket). I only did this as I do not know how many children/adults will turn up to see this tomorrow morning and I did not really want a wasted journey if they could not get in. Obviously, if it does not get too busy, next time I will try to get them in without paying the additional booking fee - as regards the booking fee, I think that really it should only be 60p in total (currently 60p for each ticket) irrespective of the number of tickets bought, seeing that it is only one transaction that is being dealt with.
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SpiceHut
what is the minimum age for a child ticket?
thanks


Not too sure about the Odeon but at The Vue Cinema a child ticket is for a child aged 2-12 years - they then have a ticket for a teenager. With the 95p Saturday/Sunday morning and half term morning deal all the tickets costs the same price - 95p - irrespective if they are for a child/teenager or adult (accompanied by at least one child).
#22
Sophiasky
Not too sure about the Odeon but at The Vue Cinema a child ticket is for a child aged 2-12 years - they then have a ticket for a teenager. With the 95p Saturday/Sunday morning and half term morning deal all the tickets costs the same price - 95p - irrespective if they are for a child/teenager or adult (accompanied by at least one child).


thanks :thumbsup: rep
#23
Thanks
#24
Going back to see Planet 51 tomorrow morning - £1 for me and the boy.
#25
Annasteven
Going back to see Planet 51 tomorrow morning - £1 for me and the boy.


Lucky You
#26
Sophiasky
Not too sure about the Odeon but at The Vue Cinema a child ticket is for a child aged 2-12 years - they then have a ticket for a teenager. With the 95p Saturday/Sunday morning and half term morning deal all the tickets costs the same price - 95p - irrespective if they are for a child/teenager or adult (accompanied by at least one child).


I was told age 2 you pay - I said my neice had just turned 2 both times I went this week - and the first time I paid and the 2nd time they let her payment off ;-)

Always worth a try

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