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Odeon Cinemas 40% off tickets from the 20th to 26th May - ( e.g Birmingham new st - Bad neighbors 2 works out £4.80 per adult)

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40% off tickets from the 20th to 26th May (inclusive)* valid at the box office and online. So escape the rain and immerse yourself this weekend at ODEON Cinemas! To claim your discount, simply use th…
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Works with the £6 Mon-Thurs ticket deal so an adult ticket at London Covent Garden comes down to £3.60. Can't get any cheaper than that in central London.
a deals a deal I guess. but makes sense to use meerkat and actually go watch what you want to watch

To the person complaining about the inability to combine a meerkat discount with a monthly unlimited plan, how would this even work?
You can do so with Cineworld's Unlimited Card, but I agree with the rest of your post. The ticket purchased with the Unlimited card counts as the paid ticket then you use a Meercat code to get a free one. Odeon could easily have implemented this too but I guess they thought it would cost them too much in lost revenue?

Edited By: loop on May 23, 2016 00:51: Detail
While Odeon do have terrible staff with a sole duty (push as much non-movie related, highly marked up confectionary & drinks on their average consumers), if I'm offered 40% off a £10ish ticket, this is a good deal.
For all the folks complaining about lack of quality programming available at Odeon screens, I was able to see 'Hail Caesar' & 'Midnight Special' recently, both at a discount.
To the person complaining about the inability to combine a meerkat discount with a monthly unlimited plan, how would this even work?
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X-Men Double Bill (First Class/DOFP) at Odeon - only £5.00 for both films - 17 May

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Double bill for X-men First Class and Days of Future Past at Odeon on 17/05/16 (the day before Apocalypse comes out). It's only £5 a ticket which is great for two films and a cheap evening's entertain…
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In case anyone is interested, the 'club seats' are going for the same price (as confirmed with Odeon Kingston), so if you need / want a little more leg room for no additional cost...
I don't ever read critics reviews beforehand now. What they think what I think are altogether different.
keeganland
LennyLeonard
Well the review embargo lifts on Monday, 9 days before release here and 2.5 weeks before its release in the US. That's unusually early for a blockbuster of this size and suggests the studio are confident they have something great on their hands (they let great reviews out early, builds hype, gets bums on seats etc). Of course, I could be completely wrong and it could turn out to be a dud, but right now I'm looking forward to seeing it. :)
Looks like those reviews are looking too good....http://screenrant.com/x-men-apocalypse-early-reviews/
Does anyone really care what critics say anymore? Still going to see it.

Looks like I was completely off the mark! I thought it might be another Civil War situation, which let reviews out early (by comparison, BvS only lifted its embargo a day before release). Still, like you said, I'm gonna go watch it and make up my own mind.
LennyLeonard
Well the review embargo lifts on Monday, 9 days before release here and 2.5 weeks before its release in the US. That's unusually early for a blockbuster of this size and suggests the studio are confident they have something great on their hands (they let great reviews out early, builds hype, gets bums on seats etc). Of course, I could be completely wrong and it could turn out to be a dud, but right now I'm looking forward to seeing it. :)

Looks like those reviews aren't looking too good....

http://screenrant.com/x-men-apocalypse-early-reviews/

Does anyone really care what critics say anymore? Still going to see it.

Edited By: keeganland on May 10, 2016 14:30: spelling
jouster
Think the new one looks awful. Films really feel like they just can't be bothered anymore. Everyone wants to be Marvel.
well this is technically a marvel film under fox :P
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50% off @ Odeon tickets from £2.50

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Just received an e-mail that it's 50% off starting today 15th of April to 21st of April. Excludes Jungle Book & Fan. Use Code APRIL50 to get 50% discount. This makes my local Odeon in Telford just £2.…
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Did anyone get there 20% off food voucher? I didn't get a separate email either

I registered my email address then after about 15mins, received an email with both discount barcodes (ticket and food).
Hope that helps.


Thanks mate. I went through live chat in the end. How disappointing was batman v superman .... Worst storyline ever!
Went to see Zootropolis on Friday with my misses & daughter, £2.50 each. Glad other people had a bargain as well. This code still works till Friday the 22nd, so still time to go next week as well.
Watched eye in the sky last night and saved a few quid after stumbling across this so thanks. Actually thought the film was quite good and for less than £4 I certainly wouldn't grumble!
Heat added :)
Agent_Silver
I dislike that this gets hot, only because lucky enough to have a Plaza, £2.50 during the week, £3.50 weekends, and the treats are far better value - so I can't add heat (although good if you have no choice).


​Agree totally. We gave an independent here (Crosby plaza) & it's £4.50 standard price, £2.50 for kids & £2.50 on Wednesdays for all.

Same films as odeon, same superb digital projector & incredible surround sound, with much more comfortable seats & much more friendly staff.

Moaning about piracy on a regular basis gives them all an excuse to keep bleeding people dry, despite it being clearly a load of nonsense, as cinema takings & seats sold are higher than ever.
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50% off this weekend - E.G Batman vs Superman at Glasgow Quay - works out £4 per ticket @ Odeon

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50% off all tickets this weekend. 8-10 April 2016. Book tickets as normal and use code ODEON50 in the promo box. All cinema's except Odeon Whitleys, BFI IMAX and Odeon Leicester Square.
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​Big deal!!! fecking hotUK deal police!
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Great offer. Took the kids too see Zootropolis for £18.94 for 5 tickets, then another £35 on food and drink lol
As it's based on the comic book of the same name yes it does happen, slightly adapted to seem more epic (in the comics batman just had a kryptonite ring) but yes batman hasn't and never will trust superman and he keeps the ring inside his utility belt under his bat logo.....
Also the people saying this is unrealistic and they wouldn't fight each other. This is based on an actual comic book where Batman did indeed take on Superman.
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28th April - Odeon Marvel Marathon - Four Films for Single Ticket Price (£8.25 - £15.50 depending on location)

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In preparation for the release of Captain America: Civil War, selected* Odeon cinemas are hosting a Marvel Marathon on the 28th April, including the following films; all for the price of a single tick…
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I've been taking advantage of multiple films for the price for one ticket for years now.

Please, do tell ..... :-)
This would've been a great day out for me and my wee godson, but no Belfast screenings. Bah.
davidbrent
KM4353
davidbrent
I've been taking advantage of multiple films for the price for one ticket for years now.
Bet your parents are so proud of you David :p
http://www.xclusivetouch.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/living-with-parents-groovy-lifestyle-gif.gif
I don't like Hawkeye's wig. :p
With Limitless the cost is reduced to just £5.00 (Liverpool) instead of £15.50.
Shia LeBeouf said this amount of cinema time is pussy ****
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extra 25% off for students at odeon cinemas with nus extra card £3.35

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for anyone like me that didn't know... With a NUS extra card just found out Odeon cinemas offer an extra 25% off student cinema tickets so for example the off peak Birmingham price is £4.50 for studen…
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Didn't work at my local odeon, cold.
aibon
napolimp
aibon
napolimp
How come the Birmingham odeon is so cheap? The Coventry Odeon is £7 off peak, I may as well get on the train over there.
Competition could be a factor. The two Birmingham Odeons have two Cineworlds, a Vue, Everyman, Electric and an Empire all within a few miles. And the fact that Birmingham is a dump with a relatively deprived demographic. How it still holds on to its "second city" status is beyond me.
Birmingham is a dump? You should come and see Coventry.

The whole of the West Midlands has become a dumping ground.


​for what?
napolimp
aibon
napolimp
How come the Birmingham odeon is so cheap? The Coventry Odeon is £7 off peak, I may as well get on the train over there.
Competition could be a factor. The two Birmingham Odeons have two Cineworlds, a Vue, Everyman, Electric and an Empire all within a few miles. And the fact that Birmingham is a dump with a relatively deprived demographic. How it still holds on to its "second city" status is beyond me.
Birmingham is a dump? You should come and see Coventry.

The whole of the West Midlands has become a dumping ground.
aibon
napolimp
How come the Birmingham odeon is so cheap? The Coventry Odeon is £7 off peak, I may as well get on the train over there.
Competition could be a factor. The two Birmingham Odeons have two Cineworlds, a Vue, Everyman, Electric and an Empire all within a few miles. And the fact that Birmingham is a dump with a relatively deprived demographic. How it still holds on to its "second city" status is beyond me.

Birmingham is a dump? You should come and see Coventry.
Our Odeon is minimum £9 for 2D films. More for 3D.

However with the opening of a new Independant cinema in the area, VUE have reduced their tickets to £4 any time, any showing, any film (£5.60 for 3D)
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Free Sun Newspaper @ Odeon Cinema

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Not sure if posted before but Odeon cinemas for a while now have had free complimentary copies of the sun newspaper in their foyers.
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Think of it as a gateway to othervdeals when you have to voucher collect :p
about as much of a deal as flyers handed out on the high street.
heat from me, the sun is ace , as informative as metro ;)
I'm actually finding it pretty funny that I've achieved currently -181 with a free product :p
No fan of the Sun, but it's pretty tediously pathetic the responses above
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ODEON: Limitless film viewing. £17.99 - Outside London / £19.99 - Inside London.

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Dealers and Cinema-goers... (Watch as many films as you can) Odeon's Limitless starts on the 05/03/2016 for all Cinemas in the UK. £17.99 - Outside London / £19.99 - Inside London Per Month. (Excl…
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Was hoping that it would be more like the Cineworld card and include a discount on food/drinks etc too. My local Odeon (Swansea) is £8 a pop, so I'd have to go three times a month to make it worthwhile, and I don't think there are enough tidy films coming out to do that. Shame.
Swansea here too, always go with someone else so would need to go 4-5 times to just break even compared to meerkat. Plus the Vue is 5 minutes walk away which has more films as you said and better facilities.
The other week the guy said this was coming though and meerkat could be used with it, I'll probably see Batman vs Superman there when it comes out so will ask and post if that's the case.

Cheers!
jamespallett
Was hoping that it would be more like the Cineworld card and include a discount on food/drinks etc too. My local Odeon (Swansea) is £8 a pop, so I'd have to go three times a month to make it worthwhile, and I don't think there are enough tidy films coming out to do that. Shame.

Swansea here too, always go with someone else so would need to go 4-5 times to just break even compared to meerkat. Plus the Vue is 5 minutes walk away which has more films as you said and better facilities.

The other week the guy said this was coming though and meerkat could be used with it, I'll probably see Batman vs Superman there when it comes out so will ask and post if that's the case.
Nothing in writing to hand but was confirmed in the training given to staff :D
ren1969
blakey1974
Just rang odeon and been told you can't use it with meerkat 2 for 1 so that's not good
You were given incorrect information - You CAN use the Limitless card with the Meerkat 2 for 1 on a Tuesday and Wednesday

Do you have any proof of this? I'm getting mixed messages about it. Their Twitter team seem to say the same in regards to it. Although, to be fair they seem to be getting a little confused with some of the details.

As well as someone on a different thread saying this:


"I emailed to ask and they replied saying it won't work with Meerkat 2 for 1:

Thank you for your email.
No, unfortunately you can not use Meerkat Movies with a Limitless card as it is 2 separate offers/promotions. When it comes to The Meerkat Movies promotion it only applies when a purchase has been made.
If you would like to visit
http://www.odeon.co.uk/privacy-and-legal/limitless-terms-and-conditions/ for more information and terms on our Limitless offer."


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blakey1974
Just rang odeon and been told you can't use it with meerkat 2 for 1 so that's not good
You were given incorrect information - You CAN use the Limitless card with the Meerkat 2 for 1 on a Tuesday and Wednesday
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Odeon Limitless - Sign up and get £15 gift card

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ODEON Limitless is launching on 5th March. Just had an email from ODEON saying if you register your interest before 2nd March and then sign up before 11th March you will get a £15 odeon gift card. N…
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Any idea how to cancel ?
yay my £15 voucher came in the post today.
I got flyer saying signup before 31st March and get £25 giftcard.
groggg
ren1969
mercurystar999
You'd have to go 5 times a month going on a Tuesday or Wednesday like I currently do with my wife to make it worthwhile
Nothing in the terms about using it on a meerkat day to get 241 included.
​yes you can - same as Cineworlds card :D
​I emailed to ask and they replied saying it won't work with Meerkat 2 for 1:
Thank you for your email.
No, unfortunately you can not use Meerkat Movies with a Limitless card as it is 2 separate offers/promotions. When it comes to The Meerkat Movies promotion it only applies when a purchase has been made.
If you would like to visit http://www.odeon.co.uk/privacy-and-legal/limitless-terms-and-conditions/ for more information and terms on our Limitless offer. 
Any evidence to the contrary?

Would be interesting to know this too. In Swansea the other week, the guy at the till mentioned something about a monthly pass and we can use the meerkat code for 9 quid. At the time limitless wasn't launched, so was a bit confusing what he was on about, asked Odeon on Twitter and they said it's 2 completely different things, so it's strange where he got his info from, unless he just assumed it could be combined.

I always go with my wife or dad and always use meerkat, so would need to go 4 times a month to just break even if it wasn't possible, plus we have a Vue too, so probably not the right offer for me personally, sounds like its tidy for people not using meerkat though.

Edited By: brynhh on Mar 08, 2016 14:18: added info
I signed up when they emailed me on Thursday 3rd March - that said, i've just read the terms of the £15 gift card email, and it says you'll receive an email on the 4th, and if you sign up from that you can get the gift card.

Hope they don't deny me for ordering a day before the terms say!
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40% off your next film @ Odeon when you watch a film before 18th Feb (e.g - at Hull The Chipmunks: The Road Chip £2.40 Adult / Child tickets using 40% off voucher)

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Get a voucher for 40% of your next visit (valid between 21st Feb and 3rd Mar) when you watch a film at Odeon between Feb 12th and 18th. Voucher given at the box office, or printed when you collect ti…
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They'd have to pay me a darn sight more than £2.40 to see Chipmunks 4. I'd rather eat my toenails.
Been doing for a while in London odeons. Normally on the reel with the tickets, also 2 for £12 mid week.
I saw deadpool today at the odeon in Manchester and didn't get given a voucher
Bubba Ho-Tep
Is Deadpool like Blackpool?

Kind of

The're both full of people who like to dress up like superheroes...;)
Is Deadpool like Blackpool?
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Odeon Cinemas | Off Peak Tickets 4.50 for Adult, £4.00 for other tickets

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Just been to the Odeon in Manchester Printworks and paid £4 (student) to see a new release movies. Thought it was pretty decent, not sure if it's national. *Please note, adults are £4.50.
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I don't think it's an offer but just a price drop. It let me use meerkat movies with it and you usually can't use them codes when it's an offer price. Not 100% sure though
How long is this deal?
£9.95 peak ticket in Norwich, + £1 for Deadpool...
Good deal, hopefully other cinemas will take note.
winchman
Does this work with the 2 for 1 meerkats offer?
Yes, I used it on the self serve machines.
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Odeon cinema Orpington opening offer £2.00 a ticket

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Odeon cinema Orpington 26th and 27th £2.00 a ticket any film... I realise it's local but still a deal. Get in quick!!
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chiefchick
chapchap
If you realise it's a local deal why did you post it nationally?
Be grateful people post their good finds
No thanks.
chapchap
If you realise it's a local deal why did you post it nationally?
Be grateful people post their good finds
Last film I saw in Orpington was Raiders...

Shame Star Wars VII won't be in then...
Gavin01
chapchap
If you realise it's a local deal why did you post it nationally?
​didn't know you could do a local deal so my apologies but it is clear I title
No probs.Just asking.
chapchap
If you realise it's a local deal why did you post it nationally?


Bit harsh, seen lots of deals on here that are local, nothing said. Perhaps advising how to post locally would have been more polite.
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£5.00 @ Odeon Telford extended to Sunday 17th of January

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This deal might last for weeks or months but at present can book up to 17th of January. Best to check website week to week.
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Why not go to Majestic in Bridgnorth £12.90 for 2 adults 1 child and free parking.
LunacyNic
Tickets have been this price for the past year since the near Cineworld IMAX opened. I think they're sticking to this price for quite a while.
Paid full price at the Telford Odeon in November, so not sure your right?
Tickets have been this price for the past year since the near Cineworld IMAX opened. I think they're sticking to this price for quite a while.
Saw star wars in their VIP seats, it was amazing. Reclining seats and swing tray. Think lazyboy chairs like Joey and Chandler's apartment in friends!
VIP seat only £6.50. best seat I've ever sat on at any cinema. Why pay more at rival for same film?
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Odeon - Autism Friendly Cinema Screenings

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ODEON hosts autism friendly cinema screenings every month. Listed below are the participating sites for our autism friendly cinema screenings with ODEON. Tickets for the latest releases may come with…
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Am I right in thinking you can only get in free with the CEA card if the disabled person you are caring for is over 8 years old, as the assumption is that before that age, they would need an accompaniment anyway?
Yes, you are right.
We used to have cards for our 7 and 5 years old but the rules changed last year and now it's from the age of 8.
I have always used my Carers card that I received from my local council for my 2 boys One is 7 and the other 5. I just show this and I get in for free but pay for my two boys. I have done this for the last 4 years and I have never had any trouble. In fact last week we went to see the new Charlie Brown movie and I used my Carers card at Cineworld.

I think the 8 years old rule is from the CEA (Cinema Exhibitors' Association) cards, which are not issued by the council.

I'm not sure if all councils issue a Carer's card. I certainly haven't heard of one from my own council but maybe I should inquire. Thank you for the tip.
zyany
karandjon
Am I right in thinking you can only get in free with the CEA card if the disabled person you are caring for is over 8 years old, as the assumption is that before that age, they would need an accompaniment anyway?
Yes, you are right.
We used to have cards for our 7 and 5 years old but the rules changed last year and now it's from the age of 8.
I have always used my Carers card that I received from my local council for my 2 boys One is 7 and the other 5. I just show this and I get in for free but pay for my two boys. I have done this for the last 4 years and I have never had any trouble. In fact last week we went to see the new Charlie Brown movie and I used my Carers card at Cineworld.
zyany
Haunted
Not trying to be stupid, but can you take a baby/toddler to these screenings? As I enjoy going to the cinema and find it difficult to do so, because of the stares I get if my cousin makes a little noise. I usually leave early or sit at the edge so its easy to go in and out.

My experience of these screenings is that anybody can go, if you want to bring a baby or toddler, they can go too.

I have seen people with wheelchairs, young, older. Anybody who may benefit from these conditions in the movie really. They are not autism exclusive, they are just autism friendly (low lights, not so loud, unrestricted movement, bring your own food due to dietary requirements).

Just be aware that some autistic people are not quiet, some have verbal stims and can be loud, some are quiet but need to run around the room, some like to dangle, some like to repeat the entire conversations in the movie. It varies a lot, which is why it's called a spectrum, but you are likely to find behaviours that would frowned upon on the typical screenings.

If you are happy with this and will be accepting of these facts then you should be fine.



​Thank you that would be perfect! :)
karandjon
Am I right in thinking you can only get in free with the CEA card if the disabled person you are caring for is over 8 years old, as the assumption is that before that age, they would need an accompaniment anyway?

Yes, you are right.
We used to have cards for our 7 and 5 years old but the rules changed last year and now it's from the age of 8.
Doodles903
​never knew about the dietary requirements thing. thanks for pointing that out. I'm gluten free and that really plagues me with eating out. I can't just grab some food at most places because even if the product itself should be gluten free I have no idea whether it was prepared to avoid contamination. being able to just bring a bottle of water and snacks that I know are gluten free would be spot on.
Hopefully they show at times outside of Sunday because I work Sundays.
but I avoid the cinema for reasons I said in my last post and I'm not disabled but the autism viewing would suit me perfectly and I'd be more likely to go if I could use that service

Usually, the Sunday morning shows are for children and will frequently be children's films. I was quite surprised (pleasantly) that they were showing star wars instead of The Peanuts Movie. Other films I have seen here are Frozen, Planes, Pixels, Hotel Transylvania 2, etc.

Odeon is piloting what they call "adult autism friendly screenings", which just means that the films are not children's films but all other considerations are the same (low lights, low noise, bring your own food, cool down area, etc). I think they are held on Mondays and they may not be available in all Odeons, but have a look at this, it will have more information.

ODEON autism friendly cinema screenings

From this link:

ODEON’s next autism friendly films for older audiences is In the Heart of the Sea (12A) on Monday 25th January at 6pm at 9 selected cinemas.

ODEON cinemas running the trial screenings for older audiences
Birmingham Broadway Plaza
Blanchardstown
Cardiff
Glasgow Quay
Greenwich
Sheffield
Southampton
Trafford Centre
Wimbledon



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Just £5.00 standard seating @ Odeon starting tomorrow @ selected cinemas ** NO SPOILERS PLS **

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Selected cinemas and all films including Star Wars The Force Awakens from 17th of December to 31st of December 2015. Adults, Children, Seniors & Students all £5. 1 Adult & 3 under 12s £4.50 each 2
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I think this is wrong
Of course it is, they'd lose out on thousands, as if Odeon are going to discount a big blockbuster film just after release
Blockbusters went bust over 2 years ago! So I doubt they will have this film discounted yet! :{
never got any £5 films
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Muffinsrevenge
These are the standard seat prices at Odeon Epsom, so how do I get it for £5?
Adult £14.95
Child 12 years and under £11.55
Teen 13-17 years £12.05
Senior £12.05
​Try reading the thread and you'll find out!

Usual insightful comment I've come to expect from a HUKD forum.
£7 in local odeon , £10 in vue, £7 in reel, £10 in cineworld

been a long time since ive been to cinema but i remember our local vue was under a fiver a ticket for an adult.
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40% Off Odeon Cinemas (December 2nd - 15th) - Eg £8.75 down to £5.25 in Lincoln Branch

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This is my first post, and I'm not sure why I couldn't find this on here but hope it helps some people :) Get 40% off tickets from December 2nd - 15th (inclusive). To claim your discount, simply use…
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Thanks for this. 1st time a code on one of these sites has ever worked for me. Chuffed!
just watched hunger games in leeds for £3.30 love it. :)
Notice that the offers all finish before the new Star Wars comes out! ;)
Nice going to book up for weekend
thx
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Dundee Odeon all seats £1.50 The Good Dinosaur Sunday 29th November at 10:30am

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All tickets for The Good Dinosaur are £1.50 for Sunday 29th November at 10:30am. Includes Premier.
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why would you got to Dundee for the cinema when you live in Newcastle nix2js ?????


I didn't. I was waiting to book tickets for my son's birthday in advance and the only listing was for Dundee at the time. If it wasn't so far away I would've gone!
why would you got to Dundee for the cinema when you live in Newcastle nix2js ?????
mrzaid
Any proof etc
showing full price
Any proof etc
live in dundee and this is not on at this price
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40% Off Odeon Cinemas this weekend with code (Eg 2 Adults £11.94!)

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Excludes Spectre, Lady In The Van & Steve Jobs. Use code NOV40 T&Cs may apply
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Keep getting error code below for Suffragette for Sunday booking in as a guest for 2. Any ideas?

Error Code: V-AMV5 C-808
Debug Id: 4ef5ca2a
Great worked for me. Only takes discount off first ticket, so if booking unreserved seats, do separate bookings.
Worked great. With using my odeon point I Only paid £1.55 for me and two kids. Very happy cheap day out! Thanks hotukdeals
Don't bother if you want to see bond spectre it's not accepted for it !!!
or just pop down my local london cinema and get them for £9 for 2 adult tickets..........nah cold from me
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free small hot drink today only at Odeon Silverlink Costa

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Today only. all small drinks (i got a latte) are free for first day opening of the new Costa at Silverlink Odeon Cinema.
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Some people might not know where Silverlink is. Just saying.
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Back To The Future Trilogy (or BTTF 1/2 double bill) at ODEON (21/10/15) £7-£10.95 Depending on Location - Also available at Vue

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In honour of Back to the Future Day (21/10/15), select cinemas are showing the Back to the Future trilogy for the price of one ticket (seems to be between £7-£10.95). This varies from location to loca…
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jwrayth
montblanc
jwrayth
Just need to find out which cinema closest to me has the best parking for my car...http://i.imgur.com/Bngqy4c.jpg
Won't it break down before it even gets to the nearest cinema?
You've obviously never driven one as they are fantastically reliable! Especially at nearly 34 years old where many other cars can't say the same. The only reason I do limited mileage in a year is because of the car insurance restrictions as a classic vehicle.
Wait, that's your actual car? I thought you were joking!
On an unrelated note, can I have a lift to the cinema?
Wish you could go back in time, prior to writing your reply? (_;)
Can confirm that meerkat works for vue - I had to call up though.
jwrayth
montblanc
jwrayth
Just need to find out which cinema closest to me has the best parking for my car...http://i.imgur.com/Bngqy4c.jpg
Won't it break down before it even gets to the nearest cinema?
You've obviously never driven one as they are fantastically reliable! Especially at nearly 34 years old where many other cars can't say the same. The only reason I do limited mileage in a year is because of the car insurance restrictions as a classic vehicle.

Wait, that's your actual car? I thought you were joking!

On an unrelated note, can I have a lift to the cinema?
montblanc
jwrayth
Just need to find out which cinema closest to me has the best parking for my car...http://i.imgur.com/Bngqy4c.jpg
Won't it break down before it even gets to the nearest cinema?

You've obviously never driven one as they are fantastically reliable! Especially at nearly 34 years old where many other cars can't say the same. The only reason I do limited mileage in a year is because of the car insurance restrictions as a classic vehicle.
This is awesome! may have to go see this! wish there was a day of the week where they had classic films in the cinema more! would love to see the two terminator films or the godfarther series on the big screen! Guess there is a limited audience that wants to see older films which is why they don't bother, shame really.