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SFF The Unbeatables............free movie

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Another batch of free tickets I guess. Enjoy. Link http://www.showfilmfirst.com/ code 536121 All available at the time of posting. Read More
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2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago
Another batch of free tickets I guess.
Enjoy.

Link http://www.showfilmfirst.com/ code 536121

All available at the time of posting.
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#1
Showcase cinemas.
1 Like #2
Great deal thanks
#3
lewandash
Great deal thanks
You are welcome, my first freebie post :-D
#4
thanks a bunch....
my kid will be delighted.....
#5
baldude
thanks a bunch....
my kid will be delighted.....

Pleasure. :-)
#6
Glad you're all so happy. Sharing codes like this has meant that SFF has lost at least one major provider of tickets due to not being able to deliver their targeted audiences. That means less opportunity for the rest of us.

From SFF:

"...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.

So, should we continue to try and build our offering? Can we grow our community together? Do you enjoy receiving a variety of ticket offers and not just for film previews, and is it worth pursuing?"
#7
SickandTired
Glad you're all so happy. Sharing codes like this has meant that SFF has lost at least one major provider of tickets due to not being able to deliver their targeted audiences. That means less opportunity for the rest of us.

From SFF:

"...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.

So, should we continue to try and build our offering? Can we grow our community together? Do you enjoy receiving a variety of ticket offers and not just for film previews, and is it worth pursuing?"

There will always be free promos, either through SFF or some other website. I am sure if SFF wanted to they can issue tickets directly to the target audience instead of giving access to all of the screenings. They know people can approach more people than they themself could.
#8
Just got tickets and then only realised it was for 20 minutes time.
#9
I saw it this morning, it was quite good and funny. The bloke in front of me was laughing like crazy. We also had drama before the film when a small child choked on a sweet and had the theatre in panic until a lady waded over from across the other side of the cinema and flung her over her knee and whacked her so hard it came out, she received a round of applause from the rest of us.

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