Ratatouille and other movies ONLY £1.50 kids and adults FREE @ Vue - HotUKDeals
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Kids £1.50 and each adult goes FREE. Extra adults only £1.50 on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Sometimes other movies are included in the Sat kids club movies the above but NOT all movies are available at your local cinema.

Ratatouille is avail at Vue cinema in.

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#1
because you'll be glad you didnt pay for the experience of a theatre full of kids..
#2
They also run the £1.50 Kids club through some school holidays...we saw Stardust on the last day of the Christmas holidays, £3 for the two kids...took our own sweeties and drinks, a cheap mornings entertainment I'd say!
#3
ODEON do the same thing on a saturday and sunday morning.. I take the kids along if anything good is on :)
#4
Yes, a cinema full of kids would be a nightmare, but I assume that you're not going for your own enjoyment, it's a chance to keep the kids happy for 90 minutes? I've seen adults asleep at the Saturday viewings ;-)
#5
We love the kids club at the Vue - Can't go wrong for £1.50! Sure its full of kids but that means that when my 18month old moans nobody can complain!

Two complaints though - 10.30 is usally the starting time - couldn't they make it a bit later? And secondly, check before you go that its on - sometimes its cancelled or starts at a different time. I think they do that to get you there knowing the kids will be crying if they don't get to see a film hence you end up paying full price to see something else.

PS - Don't pay for under twos. I never pay for my younger son and noone has ever batted an eyelid
#6
One of the best finds EVER :thumbsup:

Op youre a Legend :whistling:
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Perfect for a soggy Sunday
http://www.myvue.com/kidsam/
#8
my cinmea is quite empty most visits. vue have even let my daughter in for free. so 2 kids and 1 adult saw stardust for £1.50. my bus fare cost more.

i am always checking vue and odeon wensites for thieir kids club films.
#9
we even take our own lunch. the staff don't seem to bat an eyelid at it.
#10
and sometimes they have a clown... not nice :(
#11
I want to book 4 tickets for 2 adults + 2 kids.
Do I order 4 tickets at £1.5 each?

Where does it say Adults go FREE?:whistling:
#12
It only gives the option of buying tickets, no free ones, so how do the adults get in? I have 4 kids (4-9) how do I buy the tickets and how many?
#13
I have read the kids club bit, advertising free adults (currently advertising Nancy Drew) do you just go with your kids?
#14
#15
savagevixen


Thank you very much:thumbsup:
#16
emad
I want to book 4 tickets for 2 adults + 2 kids.
Do I order 4 tickets at £1.5 each?

Where does it say Adults go FREE?:whistling:


You just book 2 places for the kids, vue assume that for each child there will be an adult
#17
Aberdeen not in the list:x
#18
I knew about this already, but you've just reminded me again OP, so thank you! Voted hot.
#19
savagevixen
It only gives the option of buying tickets, no free ones, so how do the adults get in? I have 4 kids (4-9) how do I buy the tickets and how many?


I had called them up ages back (Well if you consider 6 months to be ages :-D )

They said that you cant book the adults online with this, but can book for kids 1.50 each
Some service charge of 0.60 was also added to the total (Not sure if it was for each ticket)

And the Adults can buy the tickets over the counter on the day.

Best thing to do is reach a bit early & take all the tickets together = Adults + Kids..


Hope this helps..
#20
we regualry go to vue for the kids club.. most of the time there is only a hand full of other families.

when you book online... you only need to buy the kids tickets.

as we have 3 children we buy 3 tickets... it then gives you 6 seats... so 3 free adults.... you then go onto book seats as usual
#21
Empire do a similar deal - called Empire Juniors - £1 per ticket on Saturday and Sunday mornings......(adults and kids pay the same)

http://www.empirecinemas.co.uk/index.php?page=jnrssynopsis&all=1

I think Cineworld do a similar deal too.......
#22
If you have a Cineworld close to you like I do, Kids are a £1.
http://www.cineworld.co.uk/Headinglist.jgi?CATEGORIE_FPCTG=FM
Simon

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