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From Marvel, the studio that brought you the globalblockbuster franchises of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and The Avengers,comes a new team—the Guardians of the Galaxy. An action-packed, epic spaceadventure, Marvel's “Guardians of the Galaxy” expands the Marvel CinematicUniverse into the cosmos, where brash adventurer Peter Quill finds himself theobject of an unrelenting bounty hunt after stealing a mysterious orb coveted byRonan, a powerful villain with ambitions that threaten the entire universe. Toevade the ever-persistent Ronan, Quill is forced into an uneasy truce with aquartet of disparate misfits—Rocket, a gun-toting raccoon, Groot, a tree-likehumanoid, the deadly and enigmatic Gamora and the revenge-driven Drax theDestroyer. But when Quill discovers the true power of the orb and the menace itposes to the cosmos, he must do his best to rally his ragtag rivals for a last,desperate stand—with the galaxy's fate in the balance.

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#1
invited guests only......
2 Likes #2
sorry everyone - didnt realise it was invited guests only
#3
Nine years old now, ShowFilmFirst has grown into an amazing club of people, who enjoy our offers on not just film but also theatre, concerts, comedy shows and other weird and wonderful events. We love receiving your feedback and comments like: ‘I would like to see more of that’ or ‘It’s not something I would have chosen to see had I not received an SFF ticket’ - these are what motivate us to expand our offering.

However, keeping a hold over the targeting of our audience is one of the biggest challenges currently facing ShowFilmFirst when trying to expand our offers. Recently, we were disappointed to have revoked our ticket allocation for a very high profile event. This could affect future offers from that show’s promoter and this was down to the fact that a very small handful of people insisted on sharing their codes publicly on social networks or special offer sites.

Please don’t do it. It’s not providing a service to other film/theatre/music fans, it’s just putting us all in danger of losing out on ticket allocations from promoters.

We get tickets because the producers want your feedback on how the show/concert/event played (please don’t forget to give us your feedback!)

We know the overwhelming majority of our members understand this, and if you do see someone sharing across the web, then please either let us know or else give them a quiet nudge, ask why they are doing so, and point out that they are putting everybody’s enjoyment at risk, including their own. After all, if you received an invite to a party or wedding, say, you wouldn’t then splash an open invite across the web, would you? We’re more than happy for you to tell your family and like-minded friends about us (in fact, we rather hope you do!), but please ask them to sign-up so that we can send invites directly to them.
2 Likes #4
So Sick and Tired, I guess you are a admin for ShowFilmFirst, well I am a member and I've been lucky enough to see a few films as well as get my family and friends to sign up however none of this would have happened without hot deals and other sites which I believe got you where you are today.

The fact of the matter is that now you have a big fan base thanks to sites like this you now charge the early bird fee or whatever you want to call it so that you can make a exclusive club within the community that you setup.

Out of the two films I have seen none have been where I have been directly e-mailed, I have been directly e-mailed once by show film first only to find that other people had the same e-mail as me a good 2 weeks and low and behold there was no tickets left so without this site I would never have been able to see one of your films or leave the reviews I have left.

If the reviews are what matters to you then why not get the reviews from everyone straight after the film has finished, that way you still get your audience and review and people can still share on sites that made you as popular as you are in the first place.

SickandTired
Nine years old now, ShowFilmFirst has grown into an amazing club of people, who enjoy our offers on not just film but also theatre, concerts, comedy shows and other weird and wonderful events. We love receiving your feedback and comments like: ‘I would like to see more of that’ or ‘It’s not something I would have chosen to see had I not received an SFF ticket’ - these are what motivate us to expand our offering.

However, keeping a hold over the targeting of our audience is one of the biggest challenges currently facing ShowFilmFirst when trying to expand our offers. Recently, we were disappointed to have revoked our ticket allocation for a very high profile event. This could affect future offers from that show’s promoter and this was down to the fact that a very small handful of people insisted on sharing their codes publicly on social networks or special offer sites.

Please don’t do it. It’s not providing a service to other film/theatre/music fans, it’s just putting us all in danger of losing out on ticket allocations from promoters.

We get tickets because the producers want your feedback on how the show/concert/event played (please don’t forget to give us your feedback!)

We know the overwhelming majority of our members understand this, and if you do see someone sharing across the web, then please either let us know or else give them a quiet nudge, ask why they are doing so, and point out that they are putting everybody’s enjoyment at risk, including their own. After all, if you received an invite to a party or wedding, say, you wouldn’t then splash an open invite across the web, would you? We’re more than happy for you to tell your family and like-minded friends about us (in fact, we rather hope you do!), but please ask them to sign-up so that we can send invites directly to them.
#5
Show film first is a joke. We don't even open the emails as the previews are for cinemas that are no where near us. When I lived in Glasgow I think I was lucky enough to actually get a ticket for two of us to see a movie, but that was so long ago. They most likely have over a few million members now and allocate tickets for maybe a few thousand seats at a push, so another pointless exercise pushing for new business as they don't actually offer you anything or anything that would be worth mentioning.

As I said. Pointless company who are harvesting details (I have just unsubscribed) to pass onto other companies and make some money from the list. I cannot in good conscious faith give this heat as it has been posted wrongly which you have had time to expire and this company is terrible.
#6
Hmmm I wonder why they chose these people, is it to ensure good reviews? Or is it if you pay?
#7
its invited guests only because its for people like me who won tickets via Marvels Facebook page
#8
Blueboy2k
So Sick and Tired, I guess you are a admin for ShowFilmFirst, well I am a member and I've been lucky enough to see a few films as well as get my family and friends to sign up however none of this would have happened without hot deals and other sites which I believe got you where you are today.

The fact of the matter is that now you have a big fan base thanks to sites like this you now charge the early bird fee or whatever you want to call it so that you can make a exclusive club within the community that you setup.

Out of the two films I have seen none have been where I have been directly e-mailed, I have been directly e-mailed once by show film first only to find that other people had the same e-mail as me a good 2 weeks and low and behold there was no tickets left so without this site I would never have been able to see one of your films or leave the reviews I have left.

If the reviews are what matters to you then why not get the reviews from everyone straight after the film has finished, that way you still get your audience and review and people can still share on sites that made you as popular as you are in the first place.

SickandTired
Nine years old now, ShowFilmFirst has grown into an amazing club of people, who enjoy our offers on not just film but also theatre, concerts, comedy shows and other weird and wonderful events. We love receiving your feedback and comments like: ‘I would like to see more of that’ or ‘It’s not something I would have chosen to see had I not received an SFF ticket’ - these are what motivate us to expand our offering.

However, keeping a hold over the targeting of our audience is one of the biggest challenges currently facing ShowFilmFirst when trying to expand our offers. Recently, we were disappointed to have revoked our ticket allocation for a very high profile event. This could affect future offers from that show’s promoter and this was down to the fact that a very small handful of people insisted on sharing their codes publicly on social networks or special offer sites.

Please don’t do it. It’s not providing a service to other film/theatre/music fans, it’s just putting us all in danger of losing out on ticket allocations from promoters.

We get tickets because the producers want your feedback on how the show/concert/event played (please don’t forget to give us your feedback!)

We know the overwhelming majority of our members understand this, and if you do see someone sharing across the web, then please either let us know or else give them a quiet nudge, ask why they are doing so, and point out that they are putting everybody’s enjoyment at risk, including their own. After all, if you received an invite to a party or wedding, say, you wouldn’t then splash an open invite across the web, would you? We’re more than happy for you to tell your family and like-minded friends about us (in fact, we rather hope you do!), but please ask them to sign-up so that we can send invites directly to them.

no i dont think he is, as i also received an email with that same thing in it,unfortunately places like HDUK (like it or not) have caused SFF problems with promoters recently due to the tickets not going where intended(ie the people who got the emails for them),so they are asking people not to share the codes anymore,unless they say so,and even then keep it to close personal friends and family


Edited By: Gareth19791 on Jul 24, 2014 11:25: fixing spelling mistakes
#9
To be fair Gareth if you won the tickets via something then show film first should make it so that it e-mails a pin that is specific only to you and it can't be shared unless you yourself want to share it because you can't go.

Show film first got to where they are by people sharing pins, personally I think as long as you write a review and I mean a proper review (not just make one up) show film first should be happy. Otherwise if you wait for an e-mail then you could end up like me which is a member of 3 years with 1 e-mail containing a pin to see a film.

Gareth19791
its invited guests only because its for people like me who won tickets via Marvels Facebook page
#10
Blueboy2k
To be fair Gareth if you won the tickets via something then show film first should make it so that it e-mails a pin that is specific only to you and it can't be shared unless you yourself want to share it because you can't go.

Show film first got to where they are by people sharing pins, personally I think as long as you write a review and I mean a proper review (not just make one up) show film first should be happy. Otherwise if you wait for an e-mail then you could end up like me which is a member of 3 years with 1 e-mail containing a pin to see a film.

Gareth19791
its invited guests only because its for people like me who won tickets via Marvels Facebook page

they did,the email went out to those who won only,hence it being invited guests only
#11
Gareth, sick and tired has been active on hot deals for 4 days and probably only to paste the same e-mail that show film first sent everyone.

I agree that if there has been a competition then the members that won should be the ones that get the pin and that it shouldn't be shared but as far as I'm concerned if another member receives a pin not from a competition and wants to share it with show film first members yet to receive the e-mail then I see no harm in that as long as the person that does see the film writes a honest review (which I believe should be done straight after the film at the seat you were sitting in to make sure you do)

Gareth19791
Blueboy2k
So Sick and Tired, I guess you are a admin for ShowFilmFirst, well I am a member and I've been lucky enough to see a few films as well as get my family and friends to sign up however none of this would have happened without hot deals and other sites which I believe got you where you are today.

The fact of the matter is that now you have a big fan base thanks to sites like this you now charge the early bird fee or whatever you want to call it so that you can make a exclusive club within the community that you setup.

Out of the two films I have seen none have been where I have been directly e-mailed, I have been directly e-mailed once by show film first only to find that other people had the same e-mail as me a good 2 weeks and low and behold there was no tickets left so without this site I would never have been able to see one of your films or leave the reviews I have left.

If the reviews are what matters to you then why not get the reviews from everyone straight after the film has finished, that way you still get your audience and review and people can still share on sites that made you as popular as you are in the first place.

SickandTired
Nine years old now, ShowFilmFirst has grown into an amazing club of people, who enjoy our offers on not just film but also theatre, concerts, comedy shows and other weird and wonderful events. We love receiving your feedback and comments like: ‘I would like to see more of that’ or ‘It’s not something I would have chosen to see had I not received an SFF ticket’ - these are what motivate us to expand our offering.

However, keeping a hold over the targeting of our audience is one of the biggest challenges currently facing ShowFilmFirst when trying to expand our offers. Recently, we were disappointed to have revoked our ticket allocation for a very high profile event. This could affect future offers from that show’s promoter and this was down to the fact that a very small handful of people insisted on sharing their codes publicly on social networks or special offer sites.

Please don’t do it. It’s not providing a service to other film/theatre/music fans, it’s just putting us all in danger of losing out on ticket allocations from promoters.

We get tickets because the producers want your feedback on how the show/concert/event played (please don’t forget to give us your feedback!)

We know the overwhelming majority of our members understand this, and if you do see someone sharing across the web, then please either let us know or else give them a quiet nudge, ask why they are doing so, and point out that they are putting everybody’s enjoyment at risk, including their own. After all, if you received an invite to a party or wedding, say, you wouldn’t then splash an open invite across the web, would you? We’re more than happy for you to tell your family and like-minded friends about us (in fact, we rather hope you do!), but please ask them to sign-up so that we can send invites directly to them.

no i dont think he is, as i also received an email with that same thing in it,unfortunately places like HDUK (like it or not) have caused SFF problems with promoters recently due to the tickets not going where intended(ie the people who got the emails for them),so they are asking people not to share the codes anymore,unless they say so,and even then keep it to close personal friends and family

#12
Ok, I agree with you, bad example as this one is invited only and isn't really what I'm having a moan at.

My comments are really aimed at the people that keep pasting the same e-mail from show film first to any deal that contains a pin which are the same people that are probably reading this thread.

Gareth19791
Blueboy2k
To be fair Gareth if you won the tickets via something then show film first should make it so that it e-mails a pin that is specific only to you and it can't be shared unless you yourself want to share it because you can't go.

Show film first got to where they are by people sharing pins, personally I think as long as you write a review and I mean a proper review (not just make one up) show film first should be happy. Otherwise if you wait for an e-mail then you could end up like me which is a member of 3 years with 1 e-mail containing a pin to see a film.

Gareth19791
its invited guests only because its for people like me who won tickets via Marvels Facebook page

they did,the email went out to those who won only,hence it being invited guests only
1 Like #13
Gareth19791
its invited guests only because its for people like me who won tickets via Marvels Facebook page

Gareth - I have received two separate emails from SFF this morning - with 2 separate pins and I didn't enter any giveaways/competitions etc.

I think it is because they didn't have enough winners of these comps to fill the screens so have resorted to giving them to people who live near one of the cinemas that still had space
1 Like #14
Blueboy2k
Gareth, sick and tired has been active on hot deals for 4 days and probably only to paste the same e-mail that show film first sent everyone.

I agree that if there has been a competition then the members that won should be the ones that get the pin and that it shouldn't be shared but as far as I'm concerned if another member receives a pin not from a competition and wants to share it with show film first members yet to receive the e-mail then I see no harm in that as long as the person that does see the film writes a honest review (which I believe should be done straight after the film at the seat you were sitting in to make sure you do)

Gareth19791
Blueboy2k
So Sick and Tired, I guess you are a admin for ShowFilmFirst, well I am a member and I've been lucky enough to see a few films as well as get my family and friends to sign up however none of this would have happened without hot deals and other sites which I believe got you where you are today.

The fact of the matter is that now you have a big fan base thanks to sites like this you now charge the early bird fee or whatever you want to call it so that you can make a exclusive club within the community that you setup.

Out of the two films I have seen none have been where I have been directly e-mailed, I have been directly e-mailed once by show film first only to find that other people had the same e-mail as me a good 2 weeks and low and behold there was no tickets left so without this site I would never have been able to see one of your films or leave the reviews I have left.

If the reviews are what matters to you then why not get the reviews from everyone straight after the film has finished, that way you still get your audience and review and people can still share on sites that made you as popular as you are in the first place.

SickandTired
Nine years old now, ShowFilmFirst has grown into an amazing club of people, who enjoy our offers on not just film but also theatre, concerts, comedy shows and other weird and wonderful events. We love receiving your feedback and comments like: ‘I would like to see more of that’ or ‘It’s not something I would have chosen to see had I not received an SFF ticket’ - these are what motivate us to expand our offering.

However, keeping a hold over the targeting of our audience is one of the biggest challenges currently facing ShowFilmFirst when trying to expand our offers. Recently, we were disappointed to have revoked our ticket allocation for a very high profile event. This could affect future offers from that show’s promoter and this was down to the fact that a very small handful of people insisted on sharing their codes publicly on social networks or special offer sites.

Please don’t do it. It’s not providing a service to other film/theatre/music fans, it’s just putting us all in danger of losing out on ticket allocations from promoters.

We get tickets because the producers want your feedback on how the show/concert/event played (please don’t forget to give us your feedback!)

We know the overwhelming majority of our members understand this, and if you do see someone sharing across the web, then please either let us know or else give them a quiet nudge, ask why they are doing so, and point out that they are putting everybody’s enjoyment at risk, including their own. After all, if you received an invite to a party or wedding, say, you wouldn’t then splash an open invite across the web, would you? We’re more than happy for you to tell your family and like-minded friends about us (in fact, we rather hope you do!), but please ask them to sign-up so that we can send invites directly to them.

no i dont think he is, as i also received an email with that same thing in it,unfortunately places like HDUK (like it or not) have caused SFF problems with promoters recently due to the tickets not going where intended(ie the people who got the emails for them),so they are asking people not to share the codes anymore,unless they say so,and even then keep it to close personal friends and family


Blueboy - exactly what happened to me. I woke up this morning and an email from SFF that had a pin in it (didn't say it was invited members only) and then about 2 hours later had a second email from them with a different PIN for the screens that still had spaces.
#15
sjaddy
Blueboy2k
Gareth, sick and tired has been active on hot deals for 4 days and probably only to paste the same e-mail that show film first sent everyone.

I agree that if there has been a competition then the members that won should be the ones that get the pin and that it shouldn't be shared but as far as I'm concerned if another member receives a pin not from a competition and wants to share it with show film first members yet to receive the e-mail then I see no harm in that as long as the person that does see the film writes a honest review (which I believe should be done straight after the film at the seat you were sitting in to make sure you do)

Gareth19791
Blueboy2k
So Sick and Tired, I guess you are a admin for ShowFilmFirst, well I am a member and I've been lucky enough to see a few films as well as get my family and friends to sign up however none of this would have happened without hot deals and other sites which I believe got you where you are today.

The fact of the matter is that now you have a big fan base thanks to sites like this you now charge the early bird fee or whatever you want to call it so that you can make a exclusive club within the community that you setup.

Out of the two films I have seen none have been where I have been directly e-mailed, I have been directly e-mailed once by show film first only to find that other people had the same e-mail as me a good 2 weeks and low and behold there was no tickets left so without this site I would never have been able to see one of your films or leave the reviews I have left.

If the reviews are what matters to you then why not get the reviews from everyone straight after the film has finished, that way you still get your audience and review and people can still share on sites that made you as popular as you are in the first place.

SickandTired
Nine years old now, ShowFilmFirst has grown into an amazing club of people, who enjoy our offers on not just film but also theatre, concerts, comedy shows and other weird and wonderful events. We love receiving your feedback and comments like: ‘I would like to see more of that’ or ‘It’s not something I would have chosen to see had I not received an SFF ticket’ - these are what motivate us to expand our offering.

However, keeping a hold over the targeting of our audience is one of the biggest challenges currently facing ShowFilmFirst when trying to expand our offers. Recently, we were disappointed to have revoked our ticket allocation for a very high profile event. This could affect future offers from that show’s promoter and this was down to the fact that a very small handful of people insisted on sharing their codes publicly on social networks or special offer sites.

Please don’t do it. It’s not providing a service to other film/theatre/music fans, it’s just putting us all in danger of losing out on ticket allocations from promoters.

We get tickets because the producers want your feedback on how the show/concert/event played (please don’t forget to give us your feedback!)

We know the overwhelming majority of our members understand this, and if you do see someone sharing across the web, then please either let us know or else give them a quiet nudge, ask why they are doing so, and point out that they are putting everybody’s enjoyment at risk, including their own. After all, if you received an invite to a party or wedding, say, you wouldn’t then splash an open invite across the web, would you? We’re more than happy for you to tell your family and like-minded friends about us (in fact, we rather hope you do!), but please ask them to sign-up so that we can send invites directly to them.

no i dont think he is, as i also received an email with that same thing in it,unfortunately places like HDUK (like it or not) have caused SFF problems with promoters recently due to the tickets not going where intended(ie the people who got the emails for them),so they are asking people not to share the codes anymore,unless they say so,and even then keep it to close personal friends and family


Blueboy - exactly what happened to me. I woke up this morning and an email from SFF that had a pin in it (didn't say it was invited members only) and then about 2 hours later had a second email from them with a different PIN for the screens that still had spaces.

if you received the email,your an invited member obviously

Edited By: Gareth19791 on Jul 24, 2014 12:36
1 Like #16
Gareth19791
sjaddy
Blueboy2k
Gareth, sick and tired has been active on hot deals for 4 days and probably only to paste the same e-mail that show film first sent everyone.

I agree that if there has been a competition then the members that won should be the ones that get the pin and that it shouldn't be shared but as far as I'm concerned if another member receives a pin not from a competition and wants to share it with show film first members yet to receive the e-mail then I see no harm in that as long as the person that does see the film writes a honest review (which I believe should be done straight after the film at the seat you were sitting in to make sure you do)

Gareth19791
Blueboy2k
So Sick and Tired, I guess you are a admin for ShowFilmFirst, well I am a member and I've been lucky enough to see a few films as well as get my family and friends to sign up however none of this would have happened without hot deals and other sites which I believe got you where you are today.

The fact of the matter is that now you have a big fan base thanks to sites like this you now charge the early bird fee or whatever you want to call it so that you can make a exclusive club within the community that you setup.

Out of the two films I have seen none have been where I have been directly e-mailed, I have been directly e-mailed once by show film first only to find that other people had the same e-mail as me a good 2 weeks and low and behold there was no tickets left so without this site I would never have been able to see one of your films or leave the reviews I have left.

If the reviews are what matters to you then why not get the reviews from everyone straight after the film has finished, that way you still get your audience and review and people can still share on sites that made you as popular as you are in the first place.

SickandTired
Nine years old now, ShowFilmFirst has grown into an amazing club of people, who enjoy our offers on not just film but also theatre, concerts, comedy shows and other weird and wonderful events. We love receiving your feedback and comments like: ‘I would like to see more of that’ or ‘It’s not something I would have chosen to see had I not received an SFF ticket’ - these are what motivate us to expand our offering.

However, keeping a hold over the targeting of our audience is one of the biggest challenges currently facing ShowFilmFirst when trying to expand our offers. Recently, we were disappointed to have revoked our ticket allocation for a very high profile event. This could affect future offers from that show’s promoter and this was down to the fact that a very small handful of people insisted on sharing their codes publicly on social networks or special offer sites.

Please don’t do it. It’s not providing a service to other film/theatre/music fans, it’s just putting us all in danger of losing out on ticket allocations from promoters.

We get tickets because the producers want your feedback on how the show/concert/event played (please don’t forget to give us your feedback!)

We know the overwhelming majority of our members understand this, and if you do see someone sharing across the web, then please either let us know or else give them a quiet nudge, ask why they are doing so, and point out that they are putting everybody’s enjoyment at risk, including their own. After all, if you received an invite to a party or wedding, say, you wouldn’t then splash an open invite across the web, would you? We’re more than happy for you to tell your family and like-minded friends about us (in fact, we rather hope you do!), but please ask them to sign-up so that we can send invites directly to them.

no i dont think he is, as i also received an email with that same thing in it,unfortunately places like HDUK (like it or not) have caused SFF problems with promoters recently due to the tickets not going where intended(ie the people who got the emails for them),so they are asking people not to share the codes anymore,unless they say so,and even then keep it to close personal friends and family


Blueboy - exactly what happened to me. I woke up this morning and an email from SFF that had a pin in it (didn't say it was invited members only) and then about 2 hours later had a second email from them with a different PIN for the screens that still had spaces.

if you received the email,your an invited member obviously

yes but your earlier comment was

"its invited guests only because its for people like me who won tickets via Marvels Facebook page"

I am saying that is incorrect because I didn't enter any competitions.
1 Like #17
I also got an email this morning saying that there were limited tickets available in my area, Crawley...and Ipswich (no where near me). I was quite chuffed because normally I never get any emails with tickets available and I have to come on here and find some if i'm lucky.
#18
sjaddy
Gareth19791
sjaddy
Blueboy2k
Gareth, sick and tired has been active on hot deals for 4 days and probably only to paste the same e-mail that show film first sent everyone.

I agree that if there has been a competition then the members that won should be the ones that get the pin and that it shouldn't be shared but as far as I'm concerned if another member receives a pin not from a competition and wants to share it with show film first members yet to receive the e-mail then I see no harm in that as long as the person that does see the film writes a honest review (which I believe should be done straight after the film at the seat you were sitting in to make sure you do)

Gareth19791
Blueboy2k
So Sick and Tired, I guess you are a admin for ShowFilmFirst, well I am a member and I've been lucky enough to see a few films as well as get my family and friends to sign up however none of this would have happened without hot deals and other sites which I believe got you where you are today.

The fact of the matter is that now you have a big fan base thanks to sites like this you now charge the early bird fee or whatever you want to call it so that you can make a exclusive club within the community that you setup.

Out of the two films I have seen none have been where I have been directly e-mailed, I have been directly e-mailed once by show film first only to find that other people had the same e-mail as me a good 2 weeks and low and behold there was no tickets left so without this site I would never have been able to see one of your films or leave the reviews I have left.

If the reviews are what matters to you then why not get the reviews from everyone straight after the film has finished, that way you still get your audience and review and people can still share on sites that made you as popular as you are in the first place.

SickandTired
Nine years old now, ShowFilmFirst has grown into an amazing club of people, who enjoy our offers on not just film but also theatre, concerts, comedy shows and other weird and wonderful events. We love receiving your feedback and comments like: ‘I would like to see more of that’ or ‘It’s not something I would have chosen to see had I not received an SFF ticket’ - these are what motivate us to expand our offering.

However, keeping a hold over the targeting of our audience is one of the biggest challenges currently facing ShowFilmFirst when trying to expand our offers. Recently, we were disappointed to have revoked our ticket allocation for a very high profile event. This could affect future offers from that show’s promoter and this was down to the fact that a very small handful of people insisted on sharing their codes publicly on social networks or special offer sites.

Please don’t do it. It’s not providing a service to other film/theatre/music fans, it’s just putting us all in danger of losing out on ticket allocations from promoters.

We get tickets because the producers want your feedback on how the show/concert/event played (please don’t forget to give us your feedback!)

We know the overwhelming majority of our members understand this, and if you do see someone sharing across the web, then please either let us know or else give them a quiet nudge, ask why they are doing so, and point out that they are putting everybody’s enjoyment at risk, including their own. After all, if you received an invite to a party or wedding, say, you wouldn’t then splash an open invite across the web, would you? We’re more than happy for you to tell your family and like-minded friends about us (in fact, we rather hope you do!), but please ask them to sign-up so that we can send invites directly to them.

no i dont think he is, as i also received an email with that same thing in it,unfortunately places like HDUK (like it or not) have caused SFF problems with promoters recently due to the tickets not going where intended(ie the people who got the emails for them),so they are asking people not to share the codes anymore,unless they say so,and even then keep it to close personal friends and family


Blueboy - exactly what happened to me. I woke up this morning and an email from SFF that had a pin in it (didn't say it was invited members only) and then about 2 hours later had a second email from them with a different PIN for the screens that still had spaces.

if you received the email,your an invited member obviously

yes but your earlier comment was

"its invited guests only because its for people like me who won tickets via Marvels Facebook page"

I am saying that is incorrect because I didn't enter any competitions.

as you say they must be filling gaps in those cinemas,as places like Ashton under Lyne(where i won tickets for) arent on that list,so that cinema must be filled already
#19
I also got an email this morning saying that there were limited tickets available in my area, Crawley...and Ipswich (no where near me). I was quite chuffed because normally I never get any emails with tickets available and I have to come on here and find some if i'm lucky.
1 Like #20
Gareth19791
Blueboy2k
So Sick and Tired, I guess you are a admin for ShowFilmFirst, well I am a member and I've been lucky enough to see a few films as well as get my family and friends to sign up however none of this would have happened without hot deals and other sites which I believe got you where you are today.

The fact of the matter is that now you have a big fan base thanks to sites like this you now charge the early bird fee or whatever you want to call it so that you can make a exclusive club within the community that you setup.

Out of the two films I have seen none have been where I have been directly e-mailed, I have been directly e-mailed once by show film first only to find that other people had the same e-mail as me a good 2 weeks and low and behold there was no tickets left so without this site I would never have been able to see one of your films or leave the reviews I have left.

If the reviews are what matters to you then why not get the reviews from everyone straight after the film has finished, that way you still get your audience and review and people can still share on sites that made you as popular as you are in the first place.

SickandTired
Nine years old now, ShowFilmFirst has grown into an amazing club of people, who enjoy our offers on not just film but also theatre, concerts, comedy shows and other weird and wonderful events. We love receiving your feedback and comments like: ‘I would like to see more of that’ or ‘It’s not something I would have chosen to see had I not received an SFF ticket’ - these are what motivate us to expand our offering.

However, keeping a hold over the targeting of our audience is one of the biggest challenges currently facing ShowFilmFirst when trying to expand our offers. Recently, we were disappointed to have revoked our ticket allocation for a very high profile event. This could affect future offers from that show’s promoter and this was down to the fact that a very small handful of people insisted on sharing their codes publicly on social networks or special offer sites.

Please don’t do it. It’s not providing a service to other film/theatre/music fans, it’s just putting us all in danger of losing out on ticket allocations from promoters.

We get tickets because the producers want your feedback on how the show/concert/event played (please don’t forget to give us your feedback!)

We know the overwhelming majority of our members understand this, and if you do see someone sharing across the web, then please either let us know or else give them a quiet nudge, ask why they are doing so, and point out that they are putting everybody’s enjoyment at risk, including their own. After all, if you received an invite to a party or wedding, say, you wouldn’t then splash an open invite across the web, would you? We’re more than happy for you to tell your family and like-minded friends about us (in fact, we rather hope you do!), but please ask them to sign-up so that we can send invites directly to them.

no i dont think he is, as i also received an email with that same thing in it,unfortunately places like HDUK (like it or not) have caused SFF problems with promoters recently due to the tickets not going where intended(ie the people who got the emails for them),so they are asking people not to share the codes anymore,unless they say so,and even then keep it to close personal friends and family



I got tickets for Enfield yesterday directly from SFF. I'm glad that it was invited members only because people who post codes online ruin it for everybody else.
#21
I smell a show film first admin, Amar4eva joined two years ago but has only made a few comments all probably show film first saying how evil sites like these are and has made no deals

So Amar4eva, exactly how sites and people that got show film first started in the first place now ruining it, are people not leaving reviews or are people that are invite only finding they can't go?

Amar4eva
Gareth19791
Blueboy2k
So Sick and Tired, I guess you are a admin for ShowFilmFirst, well I am a member and I've been lucky enough to see a few films as well as get my family and friends to sign up however none of this would have happened without hot deals and other sites which I believe got you where you are today.

The fact of the matter is that now you have a big fan base thanks to sites like this you now charge the early bird fee or whatever you want to call it so that you can make a exclusive club within the community that you setup.

Out of the two films I have seen none have been where I have been directly e-mailed, I have been directly e-mailed once by show film first only to find that other people had the same e-mail as me a good 2 weeks and low and behold there was no tickets left so without this site I would never have been able to see one of your films or leave the reviews I have left.

If the reviews are what matters to you then why not get the reviews from everyone straight after the film has finished, that way you still get your audience and review and people can still share on sites that made you as popular as you are in the first place.

SickandTired
Nine years old now, ShowFilmFirst has grown into an amazing club of people, who enjoy our offers on not just film but also theatre, concerts, comedy shows and other weird and wonderful events. We love receiving your feedback and comments like: ‘I would like to see more of that’ or ‘It’s not something I would have chosen to see had I not received an SFF ticket’ - these are what motivate us to expand our offering.

However, keeping a hold over the targeting of our audience is one of the biggest challenges currently facing ShowFilmFirst when trying to expand our offers. Recently, we were disappointed to have revoked our ticket allocation for a very high profile event. This could affect future offers from that show’s promoter and this was down to the fact that a very small handful of people insisted on sharing their codes publicly on social networks or special offer sites.

Please don’t do it. It’s not providing a service to other film/theatre/music fans, it’s just putting us all in danger of losing out on ticket allocations from promoters.

We get tickets because the producers want your feedback on how the show/concert/event played (please don’t forget to give us your feedback!)

We know the overwhelming majority of our members understand this, and if you do see someone sharing across the web, then please either let us know or else give them a quiet nudge, ask why they are doing so, and point out that they are putting everybody’s enjoyment at risk, including their own. After all, if you received an invite to a party or wedding, say, you wouldn’t then splash an open invite across the web, would you? We’re more than happy for you to tell your family and like-minded friends about us (in fact, we rather hope you do!), but please ask them to sign-up so that we can send invites directly to them.

no i dont think he is, as i also received an email with that same thing in it,unfortunately places like HDUK (like it or not) have caused SFF problems with promoters recently due to the tickets not going where intended(ie the people who got the emails for them),so they are asking people not to share the codes anymore,unless they say so,and even then keep it to close personal friends and family


I got tickets for Enfield yesterday directly from SFF. I'm glad that it was invited members only because people who post codes online ruin it for everybody else.
#22
Amar4eva
Gareth19791
Blueboy2k
So Sick and Tired, I guess you are a admin for ShowFilmFirst, well I am a member and I've been lucky enough to see a few films as well as get my family and friends to sign up however none of this would have happened without hot deals and other sites which I believe got you where you are today.

The fact of the matter is that now you have a big fan base thanks to sites like this you now charge the early bird fee or whatever you want to call it so that you can make a exclusive club within the community that you setup.

Out of the two films I have seen none have been where I have been directly e-mailed, I have been directly e-mailed once by show film first only to find that other people had the same e-mail as me a good 2 weeks and low and behold there was no tickets left so without this site I would never have been able to see one of your films or leave the reviews I have left.

If the reviews are what matters to you then why not get the reviews from everyone straight after the film has finished, that way you still get your audience and review and people can still share on sites that made you as popular as you are in the first place.

SickandTired
Nine years old now, ShowFilmFirst has grown into an amazing club of people, who enjoy our offers on not just film but also theatre, concerts, comedy shows and other weird and wonderful events. We love receiving your feedback and comments like: ‘I would like to see more of that’ or ‘It’s not something I would have chosen to see had I not received an SFF ticket’ - these are what motivate us to expand our offering.

However, keeping a hold over the targeting of our audience is one of the biggest challenges currently facing ShowFilmFirst when trying to expand our offers. Recently, we were disappointed to have revoked our ticket allocation for a very high profile event. This could affect future offers from that show’s promoter and this was down to the fact that a very small handful of people insisted on sharing their codes publicly on social networks or special offer sites.

Please don’t do it. It’s not providing a service to other film/theatre/music fans, it’s just putting us all in danger of losing out on ticket allocations from promoters.

We get tickets because the producers want your feedback on how the show/concert/event played (please don’t forget to give us your feedback!)

We know the overwhelming majority of our members understand this, and if you do see someone sharing across the web, then please either let us know or else give them a quiet nudge, ask why they are doing so, and point out that they are putting everybody’s enjoyment at risk, including their own. After all, if you received an invite to a party or wedding, say, you wouldn’t then splash an open invite across the web, would you? We’re more than happy for you to tell your family and like-minded friends about us (in fact, we rather hope you do!), but please ask them to sign-up so that we can send invites directly to them.

no i dont think he is, as i also received an email with that same thing in it,unfortunately places like HDUK (like it or not) have caused SFF problems with promoters recently due to the tickets not going where intended(ie the people who got the emails for them),so they are asking people not to share the codes anymore,unless they say so,and even then keep it to close personal friends and family


I got tickets for Enfield yesterday directly from SFF. I'm glad that it was invited members only because people who post codes online ruin it for everybody else.

or posting codes online helps them fill the cinema and makes it a better atmosphere for everyone going? Or do you prefer to be among the elite and don't want to sit with other people?
1 Like #23
Blueboy2k
I smell a show film first admin, Amar4eva joined two years ago but has only made a few comments all probably show film first saying how evil sites like these are and has made no deals

So Amar4eva, exactly how sites and people that got show film first started in the first place now ruining it, are people not leaving reviews or are people that are invite only finding they can't go?

Amar4eva
Gareth19791
Blueboy2k
So Sick and Tired, I guess you are a admin for ShowFilmFirst, well I am a member and I've been lucky enough to see a few films as well as get my family and friends to sign up however none of this would have happened without hot deals and other sites which I believe got you where you are today.

The fact of the matter is that now you have a big fan base thanks to sites like this you now charge the early bird fee or whatever you want to call it so that you can make a exclusive club within the community that you setup.

Out of the two films I have seen none have been where I have been directly e-mailed, I have been directly e-mailed once by show film first only to find that other people had the same e-mail as me a good 2 weeks and low and behold there was no tickets left so without this site I would never have been able to see one of your films or leave the reviews I have left.

If the reviews are what matters to you then why not get the reviews from everyone straight after the film has finished, that way you still get your audience and review and people can still share on sites that made you as popular as you are in the first place.

SickandTired
Nine years old now, ShowFilmFirst has grown into an amazing club of people, who enjoy our offers on not just film but also theatre, concerts, comedy shows and other weird and wonderful events. We love receiving your feedback and comments like: ‘I would like to see more of that’ or ‘It’s not something I would have chosen to see had I not received an SFF ticket’ - these are what motivate us to expand our offering.

However, keeping a hold over the targeting of our audience is one of the biggest challenges currently facing ShowFilmFirst when trying to expand our offers. Recently, we were disappointed to have revoked our ticket allocation for a very high profile event. This could affect future offers from that show’s promoter and this was down to the fact that a very small handful of people insisted on sharing their codes publicly on social networks or special offer sites.

Please don’t do it. It’s not providing a service to other film/theatre/music fans, it’s just putting us all in danger of losing out on ticket allocations from promoters.

We get tickets because the producers want your feedback on how the show/concert/event played (please don’t forget to give us your feedback!)

We know the overwhelming majority of our members understand this, and if you do see someone sharing across the web, then please either let us know or else give them a quiet nudge, ask why they are doing so, and point out that they are putting everybody’s enjoyment at risk, including their own. After all, if you received an invite to a party or wedding, say, you wouldn’t then splash an open invite across the web, would you? We’re more than happy for you to tell your family and like-minded friends about us (in fact, we rather hope you do!), but please ask them to sign-up so that we can send invites directly to them.

no i dont think he is, as i also received an email with that same thing in it,unfortunately places like HDUK (like it or not) have caused SFF problems with promoters recently due to the tickets not going where intended(ie the people who got the emails for them),so they are asking people not to share the codes anymore,unless they say so,and even then keep it to close personal friends and family


I got tickets for Enfield yesterday directly from SFF. I'm glad that it was invited members only because people who post codes online ruin it for everybody else.


Not an admin at all - just a user that gets good deals from SFF (have benefited from London premiere tickets previously).

Yes I've been a HDUK member for 2 years but I rarely post/comment unless I feel strongly about it.

Posting codes online means events are oversubscribed very quickly which result in SFF members (free membership I might add) like me missing out. So it's me being selfish rather than taking on any admin duties but thanks for taking the time to look at my HDUK profile :)
1 Like #24
Hey Amar4eva, course I looked at your profile, how else am I going to see if you just created yourself to paste the same
old show film first e-mail everyone keeps pasting every time a show film first post now appears :)

It's good that you have benefited from show film first but you will be surprised how many people actually haven't had e-mails and who rely on sites like this to get deals.

As Sjaddy said "or posting codes online helps them fill the cinema and makes it a better atmosphere for everyone going? Or do you prefer to be among the elite and don't want to sit with other people?"

I do agree that if it's invite only like some people get then don't share your invite only but if it's generic like Sjaddy had then like I've said before it's up to him/her if they want to share with the hot deals or any other sites.

Amar4eva
Blueboy2k
I smell a show film first admin, Amar4eva joined two years ago but has only made a few comments all probably show film first saying how evil sites like these are and has made no deals

So Amar4eva, exactly how sites and people that got show film first started in the first place now ruining it, are people not leaving reviews or are people that are invite only finding they can't go?

Amar4eva
Gareth19791
Blueboy2k
So Sick and Tired, I guess you are a admin for ShowFilmFirst, well I am a member and I've been lucky enough to see a few films as well as get my family and friends to sign up however none of this would have happened without hot deals and other sites which I believe got you where you are today.

The fact of the matter is that now you have a big fan base thanks to sites like this you now charge the early bird fee or whatever you want to call it so that you can make a exclusive club within the community that you setup.

Out of the two films I have seen none have been where I have been directly e-mailed, I have been directly e-mailed once by show film first only to find that other people had the same e-mail as me a good 2 weeks and low and behold there was no tickets left so without this site I would never have been able to see one of your films or leave the reviews I have left.

If the reviews are what matters to you then why not get the reviews from everyone straight after the film has finished, that way you still get your audience and review and people can still share on sites that made you as popular as you are in the first place.

SickandTired
Nine years old now, ShowFilmFirst has grown into an amazing club of people, who enjoy our offers on not just film but also theatre, concerts, comedy shows and other weird and wonderful events. We love receiving your feedback and comments like: ‘I would like to see more of that’ or ‘It’s not something I would have chosen to see had I not received an SFF ticket’ - these are what motivate us to expand our offering.

However, keeping a hold over the targeting of our audience is one of the biggest challenges currently facing ShowFilmFirst when trying to expand our offers. Recently, we were disappointed to have revoked our ticket allocation for a very high profile event. This could affect future offers from that show’s promoter and this was down to the fact that a very small handful of people insisted on sharing their codes publicly on social networks or special offer sites.

Please don’t do it. It’s not providing a service to other film/theatre/music fans, it’s just putting us all in danger of losing out on ticket allocations from promoters.

We get tickets because the producers want your feedback on how the show/concert/event played (please don’t forget to give us your feedback!)

We know the overwhelming majority of our members understand this, and if you do see someone sharing across the web, then please either let us know or else give them a quiet nudge, ask why they are doing so, and point out that they are putting everybody’s enjoyment at risk, including their own. After all, if you received an invite to a party or wedding, say, you wouldn’t then splash an open invite across the web, would you? We’re more than happy for you to tell your family and like-minded friends about us (in fact, we rather hope you do!), but please ask them to sign-up so that we can send invites directly to them.

no i dont think he is, as i also received an email with that same thing in it,unfortunately places like HDUK (like it or not) have caused SFF problems with promoters recently due to the tickets not going where intended(ie the people who got the emails for them),so they are asking people not to share the codes anymore,unless they say so,and even then keep it to close personal friends and family


I got tickets for Enfield yesterday directly from SFF. I'm glad that it was invited members only because people who post codes online ruin it for everybody else.

Not an admin at all - just a user that gets good deals from SFF (have benefited from London premiere tickets previously).

Yes I've been a HDUK member for 2 years but I rarely post/comment unless I feel strongly about it.

Posting codes online means events are oversubscribed very quickly which result in SFF members (free membership I might add) like me missing out. So it's me being selfish rather than taking on any admin duties but thanks for taking the time to look at my HDUK profile :)

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