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Kids AM for next weekend is Toy Story 3 again. And remember grown ups you need to have a child with you to be allowed in!!
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#1
i wonder if anyone has tried to get in without any kids.lol.
#2
badgerrules
i wonder if anyone has tried to get in without any kids.lol.

You could always try 'adopting' a family at the entrance and tag along with them ;)
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Thanks - I am going to take my daughter to see Tinkerbell tomorrow as well.
#4
It's perfectly fine to buy an adult ticket on its own for this.
#5
How early can you book your seats to Toy Story 3?
#6
shame not on nr me :( but hot anyway
#7
aronsimmo
It's perfectly fine to buy an adult ticket on its own for this.
What makes you think this when it says all adults must be accompanied by at least 1 child?
#8
Wendy666
Thanks - I am going to take my daughter to see Tinkerbell tomorrow as well.

Thanks for the info. :-)


and thanks OP.

Edited By: Marina on Nov 20, 2010 11:42
#9
Thanks - will try and persuade my daughter to see it again, as I haven't seen it.
#10
great deal, but remember to get there early last time we went to one of these cheap showings i ended up with two very dissapointed children as there were no seats left together and no one would move... no way i was sitting a 3yr old and 9 yr old next to total strangers
#11
Just back from the Hamilton branch showing of Tinkerbell.

£5 for 2 adults and a child with a child variety tray (popcorn, Milky Way & Fruit Shoot)

Superb value
#12
Do people just turn up or are people booking them - as they charge an extra £4 odd fro me?
#13
took my daughter to see tinkerbell today and it was sold out again
#14
I know you can book for a small charge but it's still crakin' value.

Just need to know how soon you can book?

The option to book the tickets is not available yet.
#15
What is the age limit for a child at vue? do twelve year olds qualify????
#16
Have just booked for Inverness.... loads of seats available
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jezzery
Do people just turn up or are people booking them - as they charge an extra £4 odd fro me?
The charge for using cards to book the seats is a joke. However if you are near the cinema you can buy the tickets in advance at the cinema and just pay cash (95p a seat)

Although this is good value its not hot as its 95p every weekend and usually during school holidays.

Edited By: gari189 on Nov 20, 2010 17:48: ?
#18
adamrwood
aronsimmo
It's perfectly fine to buy an adult ticket on its own for this.

What makes you think this when it says all adults must be accompanied by at least 1 child?


Worked at Vue for many years.

To the other question, 12 is a child yes.
#19
Booked!

£3.30 for me and my daughter. Not bad I'm thinking.
#20
Shakey Mic
Booked!£3.30 for me and my daughter. Not bad I'm thinking.
Where'd you get £3.30 for 2 people from? Did you book 1 as a vip ticket? If so, how does that differ from a standard ticket?
#21
not sure if this is a nationwide increase but at the vue i work at its going up 5p to £1 pp
only a 5p increase and still good value
#22
good deal but book before you go
we were buying tickets for harry potter at 10am and the kids preview at 11 am was sold out
#23
adamrwood
...as a vip ticket? If so, how does that differ from a standard ticket?


VIP tickets just mean comfier and wider seats (and cost more) and usually middle of the auditorium. Usually they're the last to go.
I'd agree with the previous comments. Book in advance - the Tinkerbell showing in Reading was almost sold out yesterday at midday. (although I loath the extra you have to pay per ticket for booking online. There's no excuse for it - apart profiteering imho. When I worked in a multiplex in the late 80's, we did credit card booking with real people answering phone/booking/handing out tickets... and didn't charge any extra)


Edited By: rnem170 on Nov 21, 2010 09:19
#24
adamrwood
Shakey Mic
Booked!£3.30 for me and my daughter. Not bad I'm thinking.

Where'd you get £3.30 for 2 people from? Did you book 1 as a vip ticket? If so, how does that differ from a standard ticket?


It's 95p each per seat plus 70p each per seat booking charge.

The only difference with the VIP seats is that they are leather and have larger oak armrests.
#25
We went today to see this movie and the ciema was nearly empty except for us ! We saw Tinkerbell there last weekend and it was jam packed. Great value. Kids loved both movies.
#26
I might go tomorrow if the frost and snow keeps off!

What a fantasic price for a relatively new film

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