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Free Screening "Bad Lieutenant" May 11th 6.30pm

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6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
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Times+ members can enjoy up to two tickets for a preview screening of Bad Lieutenant, May 11th, at 6pm for a 6.30pm start. To claim your free tickets you will need to bring with you your Times+ membership card and email confirmation.

Certificate: 18
Screening Date: Tuesday May 11
Screening Time: 6pm for 6.30pm start
Locations: Acton, Basingstoke Festival Place, Birmingham, Bristol Cribbs, Cardiff, Croydon Purley, Exeter, Finchley Road, Greenwich O2, Islington, Leeds Light, Leicester, Manchester Lowry, Northampton, Preston, Reading, Staines, Watford

Bad Lieutenant is in cinemas from May 21
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#1
The "go to deal" link redirects me to the times/screen page and Bad Lieutenant isn't shown there...

Can you post the link or guide me?
#2
works fine for me, hope this helps

[url]www.offersinthetimes.com/cultureplus_ticket_booking/index_welcome_moved.php[/url]
#3
Got 2..thanks!
#4
I went to the Times screenpage and put Bad Lieutenant in their search box.

Took me to a pre registration page.So I'm now pre registered for the screening, whatever that means:?
#5
Doesn't work for me, just get the following and then it doesn't re-direct. HAve searched everywhere!

You must access the Times screening booking system through timesonline.co.uk/screen.

You are being redirected back to timesonline. Please follow the links from there to the screening in order to continue.

If you came via timesonline and you are being redirected, then it is possible your browser is not compatible or you have your security settings set too high. Please ensure you have cookies and javascript turned on.

If you continue to encounter difficulties, please contact [email protected]">[email protected]

If you are not redirected in 15 seconds please click here manually.
#6
MAIA
I went to the Times screenpage and put Bad Lieutenant in their search box.

Took me to a pre registration page.So I'm now pre registered for the screening, whatever that means:?


I tried that MAIA - but it just took me to a trailer for BL - must not like me ;-)
#7
I'm getting that same page as well. How do we get through to the booking thing?
#8
http://entertainment.timesonline.co....cle6830568.ece
use this link just work for me. Hope it helps
#9
Do they really ask for the times membership card? I have not got one.
#10
offersinthetimes.com/cultureplus_ticket_booking/index_welcome_open.php

That gets me close, but when I choose the film there are no available locations
#11
these are usually for times+ members - and yes - they do ask for card - (well my cinema did)(say you have forgotten it) but........

there maybe a way round it - not sure if it will work but you can try - i cant as i am a times+ member - just keeps asking me to login

try this link - register and see if you can

not promising
http://www.offersinthetimes.com/stireland_ticket_booking/index_welcome.php
1 Like #12
I've never been asked, so who knows. I was able to book through this link:
http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/film/screen/article6830568.ece

Says crimson wing but then works.
#13
wombat6025
I tried that MAIA - but it just took me to a trailer for BL - must not like me ;-)


Yep, doesn't like you at all lol, but clearly wants to have some fun with me;-)

Got an email telling me I'm registered to be the first to know about free screenings.

Playing with me, cos I'm not a member of Times plus, so can't go to them.

Maybe someone at the Times has a sense of humour:roll:
#14
coopdogggg
I've never been asked, so who knows. I was able to book through this link:
http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/film/screen/article6830568.ece

Says crimson wing but then works.


Rep to you coopdogggg!

Finally let me print tickets:-D Will need a very big smile now to get in without a Times plus card:p


Heat added btw. :)
#15
Does anyone have the code im trying 9160 but not working
#16
Code is timesplus
#17
Hi movie Password = timesplus

;0)
#18
Much Thanks
#19
Hi the movie Password = timesplus

:whistling:
#20
So whats the chance of them refusing entry because you ''forgot'' your membership card.
Not really up for a trip down star city and its a no show
1 Like #21
Got 2 for Reading!

Thanks for that link Coopdoggg, it worked for me finally!!

http://entertainment.timesonline.co....cle6830568.ece

I have been to these screenings before without a card and never been asked but it depends on the cinema and the person on the door really. I have signed up to times+ now but no idea when the card will arrive, probably not in time for Tuesday so I'll chance the trip!
#22
got 2 for leeds. Thanks.
heat amd rep added.
#23
cheers 2 for promoted leeds leeds leeds
#24
timesplus not working for me
#25
got 4 for leeds thanks:thumbsup:
so basically this is gamble, if they let you in, great, if not, embarrasing

does anybody in leeds know do they normally check for member card at vue?
#27
Hi - When you book through this link it actually says you need to bring a copy of the paper with you, not a membership card, so that's alright.

http://www.offersinthetimes.com/cultureplus_ticket_booking/index_welcome_open.php
#28
logged in fine with http://www.offersinthetimes.com/cult...lcome_open.php thanks - none of the others worked - unless you're in Eire! But cannot get past the password bit. Never had a problem before...
#29
Please be warned, i watched this film the other day and it is utter, utter, utter, utter tripe. Gone is the Nick Cage revival that was on the cards with his brilliant performance as Big Daddy in Kick Ass.... oh dear Nick, his career is receeding like his hairline.

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