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2x Cineworld Adult Tickets for £5 @ RedLetterDays (Please read below before voting cold)
2x Cineworld Adult Tickets for £5 @ RedLetterDays (Please read below before voting cold)

2x Cineworld Adult Tickets for £5 @ RedLetterDays (Please read below before voting cold)

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For all the guys who signed upto the £15 free voucher on crowdity.com for Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, the best option I can see to redeem the voucher is to book 2 Cineworld tickets for £5 for any day. (unless somebody suggests something better)

The last day to get the voucher is 14th February but can be used in the next 10 months or so.

Also u can buy 2x 3D tickets for £10.

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Gosh... Cineworld rarely charge £10 a ticket in the first place. How odd. Though yes, worth it if you have the £15 voucher.

This is what I planned to do as you're not day or location restricted like some other cineworld offers

Far too much carry on for a couple of cinema tickets. You'll look like a right scrounger fiddling about with coupons etc. I bet people who work at cinemas hate blaggers who are too tight to pay full price. Wouldn't be me, that's for sure.

this has already been posted along with all other gifts for £5 and under. to be honest there are better offers than this. you can do a tour of emirates or wembley for £3 or get yourself a west end ticket worth up to £60 for just a fiver. click here

the gooner

this has already been posted along with all other gifts for £5 and under. … this has already been posted along with all other gifts for £5 and under. to be honest there are better offers than this. you can do a tour of emirates or wembley for £3 or get yourself a west end ticket worth up to £60 for just a fiver. click here



agreed-the theatre offer is MUCH better than this tbh-cut price tickets all year and a free £60 show ticket for a fiver-imho the best deal with the crowdity voucher.

The Cineworld deal is good for those of us not close to the capital. Many thanks to OP.

barky

agreed-the theatre offer is MUCH better than this tbh-cut price tickets … agreed-the theatre offer is MUCH better than this tbh-cut price tickets all year and a free £60 show ticket for a fiver-imho the best deal with the crowdity voucher.



in regards to the theatre voucher, I wouldnt want to go by myself and under it, it says you wont be able to purchase tickets seperately which are next to one another. So basically im asking, has anyone actually been able to have two vouchers and redeem the theatre tickets for seats next to one another? many thanks

Hazza306

"Two memberships cannot be used at the same time to claim two free tickets sitting next to each other. To arrange an adjacent seat to the one you're claiming, please purchase another ticket at the time of booking"


So you can book next to each other. Back up to £40 now anyways

Gball

Far too much carry on for a couple of cinema tickets. You'll look like a … Far too much carry on for a couple of cinema tickets. You'll look like a right scrounger fiddling about with coupons etc. I bet people who work at cinemas hate blaggers who are too tight to pay full price. Wouldn't be me, that's for sure.


Good for you.

I however have no problems using vouchers etc. And with the cinema being so expensive these days I would encourage no one to pay full price anymore.

Gball

Far too much carry on for a couple of cinema tickets. You'll look like a … Far too much carry on for a couple of cinema tickets. You'll look like a right scrounger fiddling about with coupons etc. I bet people who work at cinemas hate blaggers who are too tight to pay full price. Wouldn't be me, that's for sure.



So why do you use this site? And who cares what the cinema staff think anyway?


datca

So why do you use this site? And who cares what the cinema staff think … So why do you use this site? And who cares what the cinema staff think anyway?



I worked in a cinema when I was a young 'un for a while and didn't care if people used vouchers or not, in fact I used to tell people where to get vouchers from, they don't care.

yeah, they are just cretins who work at a cinema. good find.

Good deal, thanks.

Hi,
Stupid question but where can I enter the voucher code, Crowdity said at checkout but I am on the payment page and cannot see!

Thank you!

i have the £15 voucher, do i just print it off and take it to my nearest krispy kreme??

brillangel

Hi,Stupid question but where can I enter the voucher code, Crowdity said … Hi,Stupid question but where can I enter the voucher code, Crowdity said at checkout but I am on the payment page and cannot see!Thank you!



hmm yea, i can't see anywhere to enter the voucher either..

its after the registration. keep going

after entering the payment details?

Delivery page,

Under the address

thanks, maybe it's been removed? it's not on the delivery page

http://img153.imageshack.us/img153/9057/17978132.png


Says Promotion code, is to the left of price summary on the del page

Edited by: "afly" 1st Feb 2011

Original Poster

[quote=adamuk82]after entering the payment details?[/quote}

It comes after registration but before payment. once you view the basket and checkout, it will come up with the registration screen.

thanks for that, so weird it's not showing for me. going to try from my pc.

oh, seems it was because i went via tcb. whoops. thanks for your help
Edited by: "adamuk82" 1st Feb 2011


afly

Delivery page, Under the address

brillangel

Hi,Stupid question but where can I enter the voucher code, Crowdity said … Hi,Stupid question but where can I enter the voucher code, Crowdity said at checkout but I am on the payment page and cannot see!Thank you!



Hi,
Sorry I have managed to find it after clearing my cookies! It appears as above on the delivery page!

Gball

Far too much carry on for a couple of cinema tickets. You'll look like a … Far too much carry on for a couple of cinema tickets. You'll look like a right scrounger fiddling about with coupons etc. I bet people who work at cinemas hate blaggers who are too tight to pay full price. Wouldn't be me, that's for sure.



Ok you carry on paying £10 for a cinema ticket

So you need to register, do you need to book a day/film? so its £5 for 2x adults? Do they post them to you?

My local cinema, 3 screen, main screen is huge, comfy seats and fitted for 3d;, friendly staff, beautiful Art Deco building ......Mon - Fri £2.50, Sat - Sun £3.50 per ticket. not a deal, just the regular prices with 3d costing a little more!

Cant fault it, major releases (altho not all at same time as the big boys), great service, great prices...


Thats my hot deal!!X)

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I don't mind people suggesting ideas - some people are so critical!

Have some heat

Are they still accepting the voucher against this? Just went to do the order on the RLD website and they've removed the option for buying online today and put that you have to phone them to be able to book this voucher.

Now £20
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