Buy £25 cinema gift card, get £5 card free @ Showcase Cinema
211°Expired

Buy £25 cinema gift card, get £5 card free @ Showcase Cinema

4
Found 13th Dec 2016
£30 worth of cinema for £25. Combine with Insider card for even better value. Or give the £25 card as a gift and keep £5 for yourself. Or (cheapskate) give £5 and keep £25. Either way, its a win-win.

4 Comments

The insider card has gone nothing but downhill unfortunately. They can no longer sustain it because they're losing money from it. Some screenings are available in 3d only for which they also add a surcharge. Most of the latest releases only play on smaller screens. It was good when it started but rather than discourage users of the scheme they should replace it with a season pass.

Original Poster

golfer2007

The insider card has gone nothing but downhill unfortunately. They can no … The insider card has gone nothing but downhill unfortunately. They can no longer sustain it because they're losing money from it. Some screenings are available in 3d only for which they also add a surcharge. Most of the latest releases only play on smaller screens. It was good when it started but rather than discourage users of the scheme they should replace it with a season pass.


Money off on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday - what's not to like? Would be nice if you could book online, of course....

It used to be £4.50, then £5 and now £6.50

I wanted to watch Suicide Squad and guess what? Sunday, Monday and Tuesday Suicide Squad was only available on the Xplus screen which cost another £3 or £4. Same goes for Dr.Strange only available in 3d on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. I ended up paying a tenner to watch Fantastic beasts 3d even though I showed my insider card. Like I said I think it's run it's course and rather than try and put customers off they should replace it.

golfer2007

It used to be £4.50, then £5 and now £6.50I wanted to watch Suicide Squad … It used to be £4.50, then £5 and now £6.50I wanted to watch Suicide Squad and guess what? Sunday, Monday and Tuesday Suicide Squad was only available on the Xplus screen which cost another £3 or £4. Same goes for Dr.Strange only available in 3d on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. I ended up paying a tenner to watch Fantastic beasts 3d even though I showed my insider card. Like I said I think it's run it's course and rather than try and put customers off they should replace it.


£6.50 is a lot better than the standard 2D adult price of £11.25 at my local Showcase Cinema!
Cineworld and Odeon both offer unlimited cards if that's what you want.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text