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Cheapest way to take child to cinema?

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
What is the cheapest way to take a child to the cinema? I want to see a current film and not one of the saturday/sunday morning non current cheapie films. Are there any offers - are some cinemas cheaper then others? Thanks
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
google is your friend

sorry but you need to give more details lol

name of film you wanna see, your location.....
#2
Orange wednesdays?
#3
In a large holdall ;-)
#4
our cinewold is cheaper on a tuesday
#5
hidden in a bag?
#6
krazie2004
Orange wednesdays?


+1
banned#7
fireheaven
In a large holdall ;-)


+1

oh hiya granmaa loupomm arent you gonna say hi? maybe ur bad eyes didnt catch me loll :-D
#8
krazie2004
Orange wednesdays?


:thumbsup:
#9
Walking?
#10
send them in on their own and wait for them outside.
#11
Get them to stand on your shoulders, then wear a really long trenchcoat, so that you look like one tall person. You can pretend you are Peter Crouch and might even get in for free!
#12
Leave said child with granny/grandad/dad?
#13
whilst ur still pregnant.
#14
oh this is a funny thread - particularly like the trenchcoat post.

The idea is to take my daughter not to leave her at home. Just want to work out cheapest way to go - wondered if Orange Wednesday was the best way if going as one adult and child - coud go to Lakeside Thurrock, Romford, Picketts Lock (Edmonton), Enfield, Hatfield Galleria and woudl like to see ice age - think the 2d version as she is a bit young for 3d
#15
you could get together with another parent and child in the queue and pretend you are a "family" :p
#16
I take mine to kids clubs on sat and sunday mornings. tickets are a couple of quid

unfortunately the films are about 6 weeks out of date, but much cheaper
#17
I'd imagine that Orange Wednesdays is your best bet.
#18
and definetely take your own goodies they are extortioante in our local cinema 2.40 for a fruit shoot !!
banned#19
dont take them at all.. now thats cheap D_C top tip

plus dont waste your money on the Harry Potter picture.. its dog poo
#20
blackpeppa
I take mine to kids clubs on sat and sunday mornings. tickets are a couple of quid

unfortunately the films are about 6 weeks out of date, but much cheaper


i used to do that most sundays, kids went free and it was £2 for adults. took our own snacks for a great cheap day out. Once saw The Goonies which was absolutely amazing on the big screen!
#21
go in the morning

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