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Updated: December 10, 2015

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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…
keeganland Avatarkeeganland5h, 53m agoFound 5 hours, 53 minutes ago2 Comments
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Bubba Ho-Tep
Is Deadpool like Blackpool?

Kind of

The're both full of people who like to dress up like superheroes...;)
Bubba Ho-Tep
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.
asmwoody95 Avatarasmwoody951w, 5h agoFound 1 week, 5 hours ago18 Comments
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asmwoody95
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
BuffDude01
How long is this deal?
UrbanFox
£9.95 peak ticket in Norwich, + £1 for Deadpool...
Manhunter
Good deal, hopefully other cinemas will take note.
asmwoody95
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!!
Gavin01 AvatarGavin011w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago13 Comments
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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.
chiefchick
chapchap
If you realise it's a local deal why did you post it nationally?
Be grateful people post their good finds
gener4l_carnage
Last film I saw in Orpington was Raiders...

Shame Star Wars VII won't be in then...
chapchap
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.
SteveCac
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.
djh1975 Avatardjh19751m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago5 Comments
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Dannyjak
Why not go to Majestic in Bridgnorth £12.90 for 2 adults 1 child and free parking.
djh1975
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?
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.
guitargaz
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!
H70
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…
shyamganatra Avatarshyamganatra1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago111 Comments
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sarsar1
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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.

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.
sarsar1
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.
Haunted
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! :)
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.
zyany
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
djh1975 Avatardjh19751m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago183 Comments
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biggysilly
ando
Angiebill
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! :{
mmattys30
never got any £5 films
Daverobeo
pedant99
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.
chris_clark
£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…
_Fergie_ Avatar_Fergie_2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago16 Comments
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Sly1972
Thanks for this. 1st time a code on one of these sites has ever worked for me. Chuffed!
woody505
just watched hunger games in leeds for £3.30 love it. :)
TheAVJunky
Notice that the offers all finish before the new Star Wars comes out! ;)
katya1971
Nice going to book up for weekend
alisondavid
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.
nix2js Avatarnix2js2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago17 Comments
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mcallim7
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!
mcallim7
why would you got to Dundee for the cinema when you live in Newcastle nix2js ?????
mrzaid
mrzaid
Any proof etc
showing full price
mrzaid
Any proof etc
stevelong77
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
djh1975 Avatardjh19753m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago49 Comments
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Nanajane
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
Karencraig
Great worked for me. Only takes discount off first ticket, so if booking unreserved seats, do separate bookings.
sarahjbromage19861
Worked great. With using my odeon point I Only paid £1.55 for me and two kids. Very happy cheap day out! Thanks hotukdeals
Divadonna
Don't bother if you want to see bond spectre it's not accepted for it !!!
usetheforceluke
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.
tevilone Avatartevilone4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago1 Comment
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GreatGuy1973
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…
LennyLeonard AvatarLennyLeonard4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago29 Comments
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BrianJamesKelly
LennyLeonard
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? (_;)
spammy
Can confirm that meerkat works for vue - I had to call up though.
LennyLeonard
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?
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.
lloydy187
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.
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All films (inc 3D), all seats, all day for £2.00 each on Sat 10 Oct at Odeon Silverlink

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Hi. I realise this is specific but hopefully of use to those in the NE area of England - I would recommend using their booking system especially for the bigger attractions. Includes 3D and Premier Se…
PlanetP AvatarPlanetP4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago31 Comments
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zinfandel44
Cracking offer, booked two tickets for The Martian in 3D on Saturday.

Nice one - enjoy the movie. ;)
zinfandel44
Cracking offer, booked two tickets for The Martian in 3D on Saturday.
leather
PlanetP
leather
Many thanks taking boys to see Martian, brilliant!
Cheers. Hopefully they'll enjoy it as much as my son did. ;)

Thanks a lot, what a brilliant find this is! We were going to the Metro but something changed my mind! Thanks again!!
PlanetP
leather
Many thanks taking boys to see Martian, brilliant!

Cheers. Hopefully they'll enjoy it as much as my son did. ;)
leather
Many thanks taking boys to see Martian, brilliant!
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Minions movie @ Odeon this weekend as part of kids AM. From £1.00 per ticket

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Showing at most (If not all) Odeons starting this weekend. For most Odeons it is only £1 per ticket. Cheap weekend entertainment for the kiddies? Yes please. This is not showing at Vue cinemas as par…
whiteranger87 Avatarwhiteranger874m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago41 Comments
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Jimmy T
I responded explaining that it appeared to be a national kids deal elsewhere & a nice woman rang me up explaining she'd investigated to make sure, but Brighton Odeon had clarified they weren't including their screening.
Nice of her to do that & not her fault that Brighton Odeon want to rip their customers off.
Discussing the kiddies in Central Brighton miss out. Shame on you Odeon! I take mine to Marine Vue and I never bother with Odeon money grabbing will always lead to closure in the long term. Then we'll all be laughing at brand Odeon. Watch this space HaHAHa
Jimmy T
I responded explaining that it appeared to be a national kids deal elsewhere & a nice woman rang me up explaining she'd investigated to make sure, but Brighton Odeon had clarified they weren't including their screening.

Nice of her to do that & not her fault that Brighton Odeon want to rip their customers off.
whiteranger87
eslick
whiteranger87
Some people have nothing better to do than complain about titles of posts on HUKD ... If it offends that much, ignore the post. It's not the end of the world.
we complain because the post was wrong, if you had changed it they wouldn't have wasted peoples time coming here or going further and wasting time trying booking. Might not be the end of the world but being correct on the site means a lot to all of users or there wouldn't be thousands spending their time on here looking for deals.
Wow... Prime example of too much time. See ya later!
eslick
whiteranger87
Some people have nothing better to do than complain about titles of posts on HUKD ... If it offends that much, ignore the post. It's not the end of the world.

we complain because the post was wrong, if you had changed it they wouldn't have wasted peoples time coming here or going further and wasting time trying booking. Might not be the end of the world but being correct on the site means a lot to all of users or there wouldn't be thousands spending their time on here looking for deals.

but then again you had plenty of chances to fix it but guess you were looking for heat rather than help people.

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Jimmy T
Nope. Deal NOT on in Brighton. E-mail from Odeon :

"I can confirm for you that Minions is not on the kids club on Saturday and Sunday.

The film will be Spongebob Squarepants at 10:30am"

Odeon discriminate against us Brightonians.

Bottom (place in customer relations).
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Minions 2D £2.50 @ Odeon Kids

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minions 2d is now bookable from sat 3rd october at the kids morning showing for £2.50 each
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sambo24
its the same price for children and adults
Sophiasky
If I take my son to this, do I pay the same price, or do I have to pay more - adult ticket? Thank you.
SyMpOsIuM
brilliant, booked!
SamanthaLauren
wow minions!
eslick
will be £1.58 around the same time in Cineworld, cant book that far in advance though
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Standard cinema tickets for £5.00, all the time @ Odeon, Wester Hailes, Edinburgh

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All standard tickets, including adults, appear to be £5 all of the time now. This includes evening and weekend showings, and seems to include "blockbusters". For example, Mission Impossible tonight (S…
calumm Avatarcalumm5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago6 Comments
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Panadolax
I don't live in wester hailes either but have been in this cinema at least ten times. Never had any problems with anything, and cinema is usually empty apart of premieres and I guess it is thanks to buffoons who despite place for being in bad neighbourhood. Go on and pay for brand new movie £21.58 at your lovely vue where teenagers kick back of your seat, while I enjoy same movie with my wife for a tenner..
calumm
keifrb
If you paid me £5 to go to Wester Hailes I still would not go. Been once before and is a awful area with no other facilities unlike all other cinemas in Edinburgh.

jase.2
Come out of the cinema and find your car on bricks or still there at all knowing that grim area

cerbeea
Another vote for avoiding Wester Hailes.

I don't live in Wester Hailes, but I've been to the cinema there many times. Each time, my experience has been fine - the usual snacks etc on the way in, standard theatre, and my car has still been there when I came out, in the same position and the same state as I left it.
cerbeea
Another vote for avoiding Wester Hailes.
RattlyNoise
Same in Sheffield, just had an email. Might be national?
jase.2
Come out of the cinema and find your car on bricks or still there at all knowing that grim area
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Odeon kids club, £1.00 movies all through summer at Dorchester, Telford and Worcester.

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Just been to Dorchester 10am Penguins of Madagascar, £1 each including premier seating. Running all through summer most days. Different movie each week, for £1 at Dorchester, Telford and Watford. £1.…
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roosterpotatoes
Excellent price, just took a visit to their website to see if this was available at my local and found this at the bottom

Here comes the legal bit: *Tickets for ODEON Kids are £2.50 in cinema except at: Weston Super Mare (£2), Dundee, Bristol and Belfast (£1.50), Worcester, Telford and Dorchester (£1). ODEON Kids is only at participating cinemas.

Will save others time in looking at the website
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ODEON CINEMAS Flash Sale: 50% off this weekend

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FOUND A LINK TO THE VOUCHER - http://www.promopro.co.uk/voucher-detail-1450388.html Check emails just had an email from odeon cinemas for this weekend 50% off tickets added link to join odeon for
bennybentley Avatarbennybentley7m, 6d agoFound 7 months, 6 days ago52 Comments
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danb0407
Thanks OP much appreciated. Just got back from Jurassic World and the voucher worked a treat.
jfowler
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jfowler
Any one know if it is valid for IMAX showings of Teminator?
5.Not valid for Premiere Seating or D-Box seats. Not valid for IMAX, iSense, The Lounge, Family Tickets, Gallery performances, ODEON Silver Cinema, ODEON Kid’s, ODEON Event Cinema, Premieres, Special events or any events not open to the public

Thanks mate!
bennybentley
jfowler
Any one know if it is valid for IMAX showings of Teminator?
5.Not valid for Premiere Seating or D-Box seats. Not valid for IMAX, iSense, The Lounge, Family Tickets, Gallery performances, ODEON Silver Cinema, ODEON Kid’s, ODEON Event Cinema, Premieres, Special events or any events not open to the public
jfowler
Any one know if it is valid for IMAX showings of Teminator?
vulcan903
Worked fine. I download jimmy's email from the web that went over two pages and you could not see the code. Explain at the box office and they said no problem, we have codes here and scanned. £20 for 4 of us to see Arnie in 3D later. Heated added
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Odeon Blackpool - £5.50 All Tickets all the Time

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£5.50 tickets for everyone, all the time Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
JulianL AvatarJulianL8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago9 Comments
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summerjoo
Hot deal. Our run down Odeon recently started selling tickets for £5 because a new Cineworld opened nearby. Previously they were double this. It's a pity they didn't charge a more reasonable price before and they may have retained more customers.
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terryirene2002
Ah island reduced further did they? Did u post the deal DappaDon?


Island cinema has always been £3.50 a ticket. Popcorn is cheap as are drinks. No deal, just great value.
DavidL
Odeon Bristol is £5 all the time (£6 for premium films). Started recently.
terryirene2002
Ah island reduced further did they? Did u post the deal DappaDon?
DappaDonDave
Tickets FROM! I prefer to go to the island as its quieter and £3.50 a ticket!
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Cinderella @ Odeon cinemas £1.00 - £2.50

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This is coming up as a few prices for me. But it seems that from Friday, Cinderella is part of the Kids AM deal and for Friday it will cost you £2.50 per ticket, but Saturday will cost you just £1 per…
whiteranger87 Avatarwhiteranger878m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago35 Comments
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blackeyeddog
Does this showing have the Frozen Fever short on it?
Indeed it does, already checked.
blackeyeddog
Does this showing have the Frozen Fever short on it?
eboni2012
I prefer cineworld but still good deal
clairecorbett92
£2.50 in glasgow
eslick
£1.58 at Cineworld as well this weekend, just don't book for Thursday as its still full price.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cinderella-friday-sunday-cineworld-1-58-movies-for-juniors-2214610
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Odeon silver Cinema only £3.00

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Odeon Silver Cinema have showings at 11am and 2pm every Tuesday & Thursday. Tickets are £3 and this also includes a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit. Next weeks films are "Wild" and "Testament of yo…
markwilson90 Avatarmarkwilson909m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago27 Comments
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SalfordCityRed
nickinoo3008
Salford City red: get a grip! The world doesn't owe you anything!

No it doesn't, nor does it owe somebody over 55 anything, subsidised by people like me.
stphnstevey
All Odeons?
ShadowWarrior241
I've been going to the Silver Cinema on Wednesdays on and off for 3 years now.

I remember seeing Lincoln, Philomena, Captain Phillips and Interstellar.

I find old people to be the best audiences. So many gasps. And at the end they clap.
mistysmum
Y get a grip Salford Red. Having flogged my guts out on poor pay all my working life, struggled in the 70's on one wage whilst looking after family, living within means which is hardly done today. I took early retirement at 57 living off savings as I don't get a pension till 66. So every little helps, u only get 1 go at life so enjoy it and chill!
jasee
The trouble is Testament of Youth (for instance) is £17 odd or less to buy in advance. (It'll no doubt come down in price) Peoples tvs are now damn good. You get extra features with the one you buy. You can stop it when you want!
If the film is good and you are going to buy it anyway, so why go to the cinema?
The cinema near me charges £7-8 at cheap times for adults, more at weekends. The nearest 'Odeon' is further away. You have to pay to get there. You set with a lot of snack eating strangers. They can't smoke now, but they may be smelly and their children may cry or scream throughout the film.