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Are glasses included when you view a 3D film?

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Taking my little girl to see monsters vs aliens on her birthday, but cant see anywhere on the cineworld website stating whether 3d glasses are included or extra? Thanks for any help
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
Taking my little girl to see monsters vs aliens on her birthday, but cant see anywhere on the cineworld website stating whether 3d glasses are included or extra?
Thanks for any help
hunter82 Avatar
7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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banned#1
should think they are included
#2
when we go to the IMAX in London, they give out 3 D glasses...
#3
Yes they are included + the ticket price is £1.50 more, basically the £1.50 is for the glasses
#4
I would have thought you get them at the ticket desk or maybe usher has them in a box as you walk through to your screen?
#5
Bhav007
Yes they are included + the ticket price is £1.50 more, basically the £1.50 is for the glasses


I was hoping at £8.80 a ticket they were included
thanks for clearing it up everyone
#6
Sorry but am i being a numpty...we saw it a week ago and it wasnt a 3D film.....
#7
Goofey's Girl
Sorry but am i being a numpty...we saw it a week ago and it wasnt a 3D film.....


There is a 3d option at cineworld :)
#8
Took my nephews to see it Friday and they do give you the glasses, my nephews took some when we paid for the tickets and then got some outside the screening (to sell to mates at school apparently....little entrepreneurs lol)

The film was quite good and they were impressed with the effects. Off to see Coraline on Tues, see how good that will be.
#9
choc1969
Took my nephews to see it Friday and they do give you the glasses, my nephews took some when we paid for the tickets and then got some outside the screening (to sell to mates at school apparently....little entrepreneurs lol)

The film was quite good and they were impressed with the effects. Off to see Coraline on Tues, see how good that will be.


Lol good on them.
Looking foward to seeing it, not sure if my dd will sit all the way through though but we will see :)
#10
hunter82;5042682
Lol good on them.
Looking foward to seeing it, not sure if my dd will sit all the way through though but we will see :)


I thought it was too long....think I snoozed for a bit in some places :oops:
#11
went to see coraline today they gave us glasses
#12
yep they usually do provide the glasses, only problem i've had is that there all one size and have been too big for my lil brother and kept fallin off to one side =/ had to result to tuckin them under his cap to keep them on lol
#13
the kids enjoyed the normal version so 3D must be brilliant. Boo hoo we dont have them cinemas near us.

Hope you enjoy it.
#14
yes i went to see monsters v aliens and the glasses were included had a nice time it was good. oohhh coraline looked good might go see that seen as though its in 3d too x
#15
hunter82
I was hoping at £8.80 a ticket they were included
thanks for clearing it up everyone


£8.80??? Which cinema do you go to? My local one (CIneworld) it's supposed to be an extra charge, but the last time I went for a 3D film they just handed them to me when I bought the ticket and didn't take any extra money. I think sometimes it depends on who's serving you.

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