Cineworld Christmas Giftbox - £20 in the cinema £24.50 online - Night out for Two
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Cineworld Christmas Giftbox - £20 in the cinema £24.50 online - Night out for Two

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Found 1st Nov 2015
They're back again, available to buy in the cinemas for £20 and online 'soon' for £24.50 due to postage. There's also going to be an e-gift version - 'coming soon'.

Box contains:

* 2 x Adult 2D or 3D tickets for use at any Cineworld cinema

* Soft Drink and Popcorn voucher (2 x regular soft drinks and 1 x regular popcorn)

* 2 x Merryteaser Chocolates.

Vouchers valid from 26.12.15 to 30.06.16.

Last year I was able to purchase one of these with a regular Cineworld giftcard. Worth considering the 150 bonus Clubcard points in Tesco for a £50 branded giftcard spend - giftcards.tesco.com/hel…ge1 Suggest double checking with your cinema first that this will be possible as I haven't tried this year.

No Amex deal to combine this year (yet?) sadly!
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Vouchers valid from 26.12.15 to 30.06.16.


https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B4BCyt3CIAE_4rV.jpg:large

They're back again, available to buy in the cinemas for £20 and online 'soon' for £24.50 due to postage. There's also going to be an e-gift version - 'coming soon'.

Box contains:

* 2 x Adult 2D or 3D tickets for use at any Cineworld cinema

* Soft Drink and Popcorn voucher (2 x regular soft drinks and 1 x regular popcorn)

* 2 x Merryteaser Chocolates.



Edited by: "morgie" 3rd Nov 2015
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I'd prefer to Netflix and Chill, it's cheaper, warmer and has a much happier ending
in store where?
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weezywumps1982

in store where?



Ummm, Cineworld? X) Modified the OP, thanks.
Edited by: "morgie" 1st Nov 2015
Why is this a hot deal- it doesn't seem that cheap to me?
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Dougaldog

Why is this a hot deal- it doesn't seem that cheap to me?



If you use it to its full advantage, e.g. Saturday night, 3D film, 2 people, medium popcorn, 2 regular drinks.....it's at least a £10 saving. Oh and you get some chocolates. Their site is back up now and says 'save over £10' based on average adult 3D ticket price - cineworld.co.uk/gifts

Edited by: "morgie" 1st Nov 2015
Dougaldog

Why is this a hot deal- it doesn't seem that cheap to me?




Saw this advertised there yesterday thought the same, but then again a real hotukdealer would go on a Tuesday or Wednesday, take their own popcorn a quid a bag or less and still have a tenner
eslick

Saw this advertised there yesterday thought the same, but then again a … Saw this advertised there yesterday thought the same, but then again a real hotukdealer would go on a Tuesday or Wednesday, take their own popcorn a quid a bag or less and still have a tenner



Or even get the £1 per bag maltesers until you got enough for a ticket and sneak them in (re-sealed of course)

My best night was the tic tac night cost me £1.60 and £1 candy King from Poundland (this was before Wilko went half price so don't be going at me! )
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lady_muck

Saw this advertised there yesterday thought the same, but then again a … Saw this advertised there yesterday thought the same, but then again a real hotukdealer would go on a Tuesday or Wednesday...



Yup, if you want cheap cinema entry and are flexible, pay ~£2 for a one day travel insurance policy and get Meerkat Movies for the year for 2 for 1 tickets on those days. hotukdeals.com/dea…387

If you want a good deal for 3D showings and the flexibility of going at peak time, would normally buy or not turn your nose up at soft drinks and popcorn and happen to like Maltesers, then this giftbox may be just the thing. It's actually quite nice to give as a gift too, rather then keep for yourself
Edited by: "morgie" 1st Nov 2015
Is it just me who can't watch 3D Movies? They make me feel sick
Lol why would u have to sneak chocolate in. Its not against the law to take in snacks or drinks, even popcorn doesnt have to be bought from there
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Gashrammer

Lol why would u have to sneak chocolate in. Its not against the law to … Lol why would u have to sneak chocolate in. Its not against the law to take in snacks or drinks, even popcorn doesnt have to be bought from there



It's just some people's version of living life on the edge

https://snapcracklewatch.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/funny-hiding-food-theater-clothes.jpg
they allow u to bring in your own snacks and drinks.....................it says on thier own site

popcorn 89p and a large bottled coke and 1 pack haribo from lidl SORTED
I did not know that u could bring your own snacks that's hilarious all this time I've sneaking it In thinking I am getting a bargain
morgie

It's just some people's version of living life on the edge



that was me!!!!
shame the Bristol cineworld is so crap
muffin247

they allow u to bring in your own snacks and … they allow u to bring in your own snacks and drinks.....................it says on thier own sitepopcorn 89p and a large bottled coke and 1 pack haribo from lidl SORTED


Thank you... I always tried to sneak my snacks (_;)
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morgie

Yup, if you want cheap cinema entry and are flexible, pay ~£2 for a one … Yup, if you want cheap cinema entry and are flexible, pay ~£2 for a one day travel insurance policy and get Meerkat Movies for the year for 2 for 1 tickets on those days. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/compare-meerkat-2for1-tuesdays-wednesdays-1-37-for-a-year-2182387If you want a good deal for 3D showings and the flexibility of going at peak time, would normally buy or not turn your nose up at soft drinks and popcorn and happen to like Maltesers, then this giftbox may be just the thing. It's actually quite nice to give as a gift too, rather then keep for yourself



​they no longer accept travel insurance for the meerkat movies offer.
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hsf93

​they no longer accept travel insurance for the meerkat movies offer.



Are you sure? MSE suggests it's still fine - moneysavingexpert.com/dea…ar/
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morgie

Are you sure? MSE suggests it's still fine - … Are you sure? MSE suggests it's still fine - http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/deals/deals-hunter/2015/04/15/meerkat-movies-trick-2ish-gets-2for1-films-for-a-year/



​my bad, I assumed they took it off a while after as they no longer advertised travel insurance. apologies
Think this is a great xmas gift idea!
it's not available to buy yet. just tried buying on the website.
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annetteankrah

it's not available to buy yet. just tried buying on the website.



Showing as 'coming soon' online - thanks, I'll update the OP. They are available to buy in the cinemas.
hsf93

I'd prefer to Netflix and Chill, it's cheaper, warmer and has a much … I'd prefer to Netflix and Chill, it's cheaper, warmer and has a much happier ending


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Well, that's very useful, not. What has that got to do with the deal? Muppet
Has anyone purchased these? Are they still available?

http://www1.cineworld.co.uk/gifts/#

Thinking of buying two of these as it would work out cheaper than paying a family of 5 price online (£68.23).
The physical boxes are no longer available. I emailed them. Although the e-gift boxes are.

https://www2.cineworld.co.uk/shop?category=ebox

Select 'Christmas e-box'

I was about to purchase these, but a second email to them confirmed that they aren't valid for IMAX movies.
It's so annoying that these only last 6 months, there's £20 down the drain.
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snatch_master

It's so annoying that these only last 6 months, there's £20 down the … It's so annoying that these only last 6 months, there's £20 down the drain.



Sorry to hear, but did mention it in the OP. I don't know if it's worth having a chat with your local cinema seeing if they'd offer any discount in exchange as an offer of good will?
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