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VUE Cinema Discount Voucher

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1.50 offCode: Get Code & Visit Site The site has been opened in a new window for you. Simply copy the Vue Cinemas voucher codes, make your purchase and then enter the voucher codes in the box provided at the basket checkout stage.

Instructions: Print & Use

£1.50 off Adult Tickets 75p off Kids.

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    bargainhunter2009
    It is redeemable against one standard priced cinema ticket purchased at the till of any Vue cinema in the U.K (excluding Vue West End,Acton, Birmingham, Bolton, Carlisle, Cleveleys, Dagenham, Doncaster, Finchley Road, Inverness, Newcastle UL, Northampton, Portsmouth, Reading, Staines, Stirling, Thanet, Watford, Worcester, York).

    Not such a good deal, as my local store listed above wont accept it
    vibeone
    Yeah how odd... I only know the Doncaster one.. but its just a standard vue multiplex (a **** one, but thats besides the point).

    I wonder why its so specific :/
    vibeone
    btw, voted hot because im off to meadowhall view tomorrow... and I don't goto the doncaster one anyway because you are almost guaranteed to get your windows smashed :).

    So for me, basically free money.
    PeteYork
    Shame York excluded from the deal, but nice find...
    KevinM
    Did anyone read the T&C's of the voucher?

    [color=blue]TERMS & CONDITIONS Voucher must show an approved date stamp in order to be valid & must be redeemed on or before date shown[/color]

    As far as I can see, printing the voucher off as it is doesn't make it a valid voucher?

    Has anyone used one yet?

    Kevin.
    wordsworth
    hot, though it does say NHS so would feel a bit guilty using it if i wasn't working for the NHS (silly I know)
    goldenbidder33
    Save the voucher to your computer. Open it in Paint (start, programs, accessories), then click Image (toolbar), Flip/Rotate, use eraser to remove NHS thing, use text tool to write - Expiry Date: 28/10/08 or whatever! Print and use!

    At mine they hand out these vouchers like confetti anyhow, usually find one on the floor, but take a printed one along just incase!
    KevinM
    goldenbidder33
    Save the voucher to your computer. Open it in Paint (start, programs, accessories), then click Image (toolbar), Flip/Rotate, use eraser to remove NHS thing, use text tool to write - Expiry Date: 28/10/08 or whatever! Print and use!



    Have to say that I would be very uneasy doing something like that. Printing a voucher off t'interweb is one thing, but manipulating it in Photoshop (or whatever) is probably only a gnats whisker away from fraud.

    Kevin.
    littletiger
    KevinM
    Did anyone read the T&C's of the voucher?

    [color=blue]TERMS & CONDITIONS Voucher must show an approved date stamp in order to be valid & must be redeemed on or before date shown[/color]

    As far as I can see, printing the voucher off as it is doesn't make it a valid voucher?

    Has anyone used one yet?

    Kevin.


    When I open it, just below the voucher and above the T's and C's it says "This voucher expires on 11/08/2008" - I'm assuming thats the date stamp they're referring to?
    KevinM
    littletiger
    When I open it, just below the voucher and above the T's and C's it says "This voucher expires on 11/08/2008" - I'm assuming thats the date stamp they're referring to?


    I saw that, but I'm not convinced that that is "an approved date stamp", it looks as if it is simply the expiry date of the offer.

    Also, if you look at the four corners of the voucher, there are little black lines which would tend to indicate (to me anyway) where you are supposed to cut out the voucher, and this would cut off this date completely.

    I still think there should be an actual date stamped on the voucher itself, for it to be valid. I'm sure I'll be proved wrong though when someone uses one, but I am not going to try it and have it refused at the kisok.

    Kevin.
    goldenbidder33
    KevinM
    Have to say that I would be very uneasy doing something like that. Printing a voucher off t'interweb is one thing, but manipulating it in Photoshop (or whatever) is probably only a gnats whisker away from fraud. Kevin.


    What's wrong with you guys. Fraud is the £10 ticket price and £7 popcorn!

    Maybe it's different elsewhere, but in London they hand these vouchers out everytime you go, also in papers+magazines etc (the Vue cinema bins are full of them). The Vue staff don't even check the dates, infact they look at you funny when you don't hand a voucher in!

    When i go with friends i hand in the printed off voucher, get my ticket, they give me another voucher back and i hand it to my friend next in line and so on.
    Spykey
    Thanks OP

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