Cineworld Unlimited card £116 (£140 West End) + individual tickets for Odean / Cineworld / Vue / Showcase / Empire from £4 each (child from £3) + cheap theatre tickets gym membership and more when you join CSSC for £3.60pm!  ** No referral request
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Cineworld Unlimited card £116 (£140 West End) + individual tickets for Odean / Cineworld / Vue / Showcase / Empire from £4 each (child from £3) + cheap theatre tickets gym membership and more when you join CSSC for £3.60pm! ** No referral request

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Firstly this deal is open to a LOT more people than you might think.

CSSC is a discount club for those who work in the public sector and (just as importantly) their FRIENDS and FAMILY. Amongst other professions this includes civil servants, NHS, police officers, fire fighters, armed forces, Royal Mail and local authorities. Each member can invite upto four of their family and friends to join and will receive a £5 Sainsbury’s voucher each time. Membership is just £3.60 per month and can be paid by DD or taken from your wages.

An extensive list of "Eligible Employers" can be found half way down this page. cssc.co.uk/web…pdf

There are many various offers available from CSSC but the pick of which are undoubtedly those for the cinema and theatre.

They are currently doing a fantastic deal on the Cineworld Unlimited card plus individual cinema tickets (gift voucher type) can be purchased for around £4 to £4.50 each and have a validity date of around 12 months. Delivery is usually within 2 to 3 days.

AFAIK tickets can be combined with Orange Wednesdays.

Here’s a quick breakdown of the prices:

Cineworld Unlimited Card (outside West End) = £116
Cineworld Unlimited Card (including West End) = £140

Cineworld 2D ticket = £4.50 adult / £3 child
Cineworld 3D ticket = £6.50 adult / £5.20 child

Odean 2D ticket (outside London M25) = £4.50 adult / £3 child
Odean 2D ticket (inside London M25) = £6.50 adult / £5.25 child

Vue 2D ticket (outside London M25) = £4 adult / £3 child
Vue 2D ticket (inside London M25) = £5.50 adult / £4.25 child

Empire 2D ticket (outside London M25) = £4.50 adult / £3 child
Empire 2D ticket (inside London M25) = £5 adult / £4 child

Showcase 2D ticket (outside London M25) = £4.25 adult & child

Independent cinema ticket (outside London M25) = £4.50 adult & child

Cineworld allow customers to upgrade their 2D movie vouchers to 3D ones by paying the extra but the apparently the other chains don't.

Members are allowed to buy upto 8 tickets per cinema chain per month (eg. you could buy 8 for Cineworld, 8 for Odean and 8 for Vue but you can not buy 9 for any particular chain in the same month).

There’s also substantial regional savings such as discounts at theatres. Too many to post quite frankly but we’re thinking of going to see Dave Spikey at the Liverpool Empire. Tickets through CSSC are only £10 each!

There’s a few other bits and bobs such as cashback at high street retailers too.


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For some reason they insist you have to be logged into your account to see all the offers in the CSSC shop so here's a screen grab of all the cinema page which includes the bulk of the deals as proof.

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Edited by: "Taksim_Red" 1st Feb 2012
Hey, really good find. Heat added. I was wondering how do you cancel once signing up? And how early are you able to cancel?
banarion

Hey, really good find. Heat added. I was wondering how do you cancel once … Hey, really good find. Heat added. I was wondering how do you cancel once signing up? And how early are you able to cancel?



AFAIK there's no minimum term so you could just sign up for a month bag the pass and scarper!
just checked Odeon and standard tickets for 2D films are now £9 (!!!) so this is a 50% saving - even considering the monthly fee it's still a bargain.

Heat added!
check with your company first though as some sell prestiage tickets - bought loads last year at £3.25 each - this is for normal 2d films at vue or showcase - 3d are £1 more

might be a little more now

no monthly fee either
Voted hot! Looks like a great deal and I can get my partner to join as she works for one of the many organisations below:

LIST OF EMPLOYER ORGANISATIONS TO WHOM CSSC OFFERS FULL MEMBERSHIP
Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB)
Accounts Commission for Scotland
Adult Learning Inspectorate
Advisory Committee on Legal Education & Conduct
Advisory Conciliation & Arbitration Service (ACAS)
Agricultural Development Advisory Service (ADAS)
Agriculture Research Council
Agricultural Training Board
Airwaves Solutions (formerly BT)
Ambulance Services – (all)
Animal Health
Arts Council of England
Arts Council of Wales
Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC)
Assessment & Qualifications Alliance
Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE)
Attorney General's Office
Audit Commission
Audit Scotland
BBC
BT (previously known as British Telecom)
Babcock Marine (previously DML)
Babcock Naval Services
Babraham Institute, The
Benenden Healthcare Society
Benenden Hospital
Big Lottery Fund
Biotechnology & Biological Research Council (BBSRC)
Boundary Commissions
British Airports Authority (BAA)
British Antarctic Survey
British Association for Advancement of Science
British Board of Agrement
British Council
British Geological Survey
British Library
British Museum
British Pharmacopoeia Commission
British Philatelic Bureau
British Standards Institute
British Trade International
British Transport Police
Broadcasting Standards Commission
Broadcasting Standards Council
Building Research Establishment (BRE)
Buying Solutions
C A D W (WAG Historic Environment Division)
Cabinet Office
Cardiff Bay Harbour Authority
Central Computer Transcommunications Agency (CCTA)
Central Office of Information (COI)
Central Police Training & Development Authority (Centrex)
Central Veterinary Laboratory (CVL)
Centre for Agriculture & Biosciences International (CAB)
Centre for Environment Fisheries & Aquaculture Science (CEFAS)
Charity Commission
Child Maintenance & Enforcement Commission, The
Children & Family Courts Advisory & Support Services for England & Wales (CAFCASS)
Church Commissioners
Church of England Pensions Board
Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)
Civil & Public Services Assocation (CPSA)
Civil Nuclear Constabulary
Civil Service Appeal Board
Civil Service Benevolent Fund
Civil Service Club
Civil Service Insurance Society
Claverhouse Group
Coal Authority
College of Preceptors
College of Teachers
Commissioner for Complaints
Commission for Architecture & the Built Environment (CABE)
Commission for Local Administration in England
Commission for Local Administration in Wales
Commission for Rural Communities
Commission for Social Care Inspection (CSCI)
Committee on Standards in Public Life
Commonwealth Development Corporation
Commonwealth Secretariat
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Companies House
Competition Commission
Copyright Tribunal
Connexions Services
Consumer Council for Water
Consumer Focus
Corporation of Trinity House
Council of Civil Service Unions
Council on Tribunals
Countryside Council for Wales (CCW)
Court Escort & Custody Services – Premier Prison Services
Court Service
Courts of Justice
Crafts Council
Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA)
Criminal Record Bureau (CRB)
Crofters Commission
Crown Agents
Crown Estate
Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS)
Crown Prosecution Service (CPS)
CSE
CSSC Sports & Leisure
Curriculum Assessment Authority
Daresbury Laboratory (STFC)
Deer Commission for Scotland
Defence Analytical Services Agency (DASA)
Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S)
Defence Science & Technology Laboratory (DSTL)
Defence Storage & Distribution Agency (DSDA)
Defence Support Group
Defence Vetting Agency (DVA)
Department for Business Innovation & Skills (BIS)
Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)
Department for Communities & Local Government (DCLG)
Department for Culture Media & Sports (DCMS)
Department for Education (DfE)
Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA)
Department for International Development (DFID)
Department of Health (DH)
Department for Transport (DfT)
Department of Work & Pensions (DWP)
Design Council
Disability & Carers Service
Disability Living Allowance Board
Disposal Sales Authority
DODS
Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)
Driving Standards Agency (DSA)
Duke of York's Royal Military School
Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC)
Education Business Partnership
Electoral Commission
Employment Appeal Tribunal
Employment Tribunals Service
Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)
English Heritage
English Nature
Enterprise Agency
Environment Agency
Equality & Human Rights Commission
Essex Police Sports Association
European School Teachers (EST)
Export Credits Guarantee Department (ECGD)
Fair Employment Commission
Family Justice Council
Farming & Rural Conservation Agency
FDA (First Division Association)
FE Colleges – (all)
Fire Services – (all)
Fire Service College (FSC)
Fish Protection Agency
Fisheries Research Services (FRS)
Food and Environment Research Agency (FERA)
Food Standards Agency
Football Licensing Authority (FLA)
Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO)
Forensic Science Laboratory
Forensic Science Service (FSS)
Forest Service
Forestry Commission
Forest Research
Funding Agency for Schools
Furniture Recycling Project
Gambling Commission
Gangmasters Licensing Authority
Geffrye Museum
General Medical Council (GMC)
General Register Office for Scotland
General Teaching Council for Scotland
Genome Analysis Centre, The (TGAC)
Government Actuary's Department (GAD)
Government Car & Despatch Agency
Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ)
Government Decontamination Service (GDS)
Government Equalities Office (GEO)
Government Offices (all)
Government Property Lawyers
Greater London Authority
Greater London Magistrates Courts
Group 4 Prison Services
Health Education Authority
Health Service Commissioners Office
HM Armed Forces
HM Chief Inspector Schools For Wales
HM Courts Service (HMCS)
HM Inspectorate of Education (HMIE)
HM Prison Service
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC)
HM Treasury (HMT)
Hannah Research Institute
Health & Safety Executive (HSE)
Health Protection Agency
High Security Psychiatric Services Commissioning Board
Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE)
Higher Education Funding Council for Wales
Highlands & Islands Airports Ltd
Highlands & Islands Enterprise
Highways Agency (HA)
Historic Buildings Advisory Council for Wales
Historic Property Restoration
Historic Royal Palaces Agency
Historic Scotland
Home Office
Home & Communities Agency (HCA)
Horniman Museum & Public Trust
Horticultural Research Institute
House of Commons
House of Lords
Human Fertilisation & Embryology Authority (HFEA)
Human Tissue Authority (HTA)
Hydrographic Office (UKHO)
Identity & Passport Service (IPS)
Immigration Appeals
Imperial War Museum (IWM)
Independent Living Funds
Independent Police Authority
Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC)
Independent Tribunals Service
Information Commissioners Officer
Inner London Magistrates Court
Insolvency Service
Institute of Animal Health
Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (IBERS)
Institute of Food Research
Intellectual Property Office (IPO)
Internal Drainage Boards
International Passenger Surveys
Intervention Board (IB)
Intelligence Collection Group (ICG)
Investors in People (UK) (IiP)
Isle of Man Government
Isle of Man Probation Service
James Hutton Institute, The
Jobcentre Plus
John Innes Centre
Joint Air Reconnaissance Intelligence Centre (JARIC)
Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC)
Joint Medical Command (JMC)
Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC)
Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC)
Laboratory of The Government Chemist (LGC)
Labour Relations Agency
Land Registry
Land Authority for Wales
Lands Tribunal
Lands Tribunal for Scotland
Law Commission
Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS)
Legal Education & Conduct Advisory Committee
Legal Secretariat to the Law Officers
Legal Services Commission
Legal Services Ombudsman
Library & Information Commission
Lifelong Learning
Local Authorities – (all)
Local Enterprise Development Unit
Local Government Boundary Commission of England
Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland
Local Government Boundary Commission for Wales
Local Government Ombudsman
Logistic Information Systems Agency
London Development Agency
London Technology Network
Long Ashton Research Station
Lord Advocate's Department - Scotland
Lord President's Office
Lord Privy Seal's Office
Macaulay Land Use Research Institute
Magistrates Courts
Manx Telecom
Marine Management Organisation (MMO)
Marine Safety Agency
Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA)
Meat & Livestock Commission
Meat Hygiene Service
Medical Devices Agency (MDA)
Medical Research Council (MRC)
Medicines Control Agency (MCA)
Medicines & Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA)
Mental Welfare Commission
Meteorological Office
Metropolitan Police Office (Civilian Staff) (COMETS)
Metropolitan Police Service
Ministry of Defence (MOD)
Ministry of Justice (MOJ)
MOD Police and Guarding Agency (MDPGA)
Moredun Research Institute
Museum of London
Museums Libraries & Archives Council
NHS Merseycare (Ashworth)
NHS Broadmoor
NHS Business Services Authority (NHS BSA)
NHS Information Centre
NHS Nottinghamshire - Rampton Hospital
NHS Trusts – (all)
National Archives
National Air Traffic Services (NATS)
National Archives of Scotland
National Army Museum
National Audit Office (NAO)
National Blood Authority / Service
National Care Standards Commission
National Crime Squad (NCS)
Nationa [snipped by DBA for length]
Great genuine deal! Even if you already have the cineworld unlimited, this works out cheaper including the monthly fee. (£13.26 compared with £14.99 or £17.99 in west end)
Is this deal only for use in or around London? I live in West Yorkshire.
Seems ok but for Cardiff you can go to the Vue on a Tuesday for only £3.75 plus they always give you a £1.50 voucher off your next visit when you go so its only £2.25.

Then Orange Wednesday works out at about £4 each plus the £1.50 off so I wont be getting one.

However if you do want to go on other days and want to use Cineworld then this does seem like a good deal.
97browng

Seems ok but for Cardiff you can go to the Vue on a Tuesday for only … Seems ok but for Cardiff you can go to the Vue on a Tuesday for only £3.75 plus they always give you a £1.50 voucher off your next visit when you go so its only £2.25. Then Orange Wednesday works out at about £4 each plus the £1.50 off so I wont be getting one.However if you do want to go on other days and want to use Cineworld then this does seem like a good deal.




Can't Use the £1.50 voucher along with an Orange Code
GigahurtzUK

Is this deal only for use in or around London? I live in West Yorkshire.


Yeah it's national. It's just the theatre tickets, for obvious reasons, which are regional.
Cheers, wife works for local council so should be eligible.
this deal was posted the other day
crackhead

this deal was posted the other day



Similar yes but not the same deal. This deal is for a different discount club which offers an even CHEAPER price on both the Unlimited Cineworld card and the individual cinema vouchers. It also includes discounts for Odean and Vue which are not offered by Let's Go Rewards.

Furthermore this deal relates to a direct purchase of the Cineworld Unlimited card as opposed to faffing around having to buy codes.

Edited by: "Taksim_Red" 1st Feb 2012
I used to work for the nhs but now work for mccc though not sure if I could still get this??( we are on agenda for change pay scales/conditions so hopefully I can join)
Can a member buy tickets for any area, ie theatre tickets for the west end if you live in another part of the country? Can get the wife to join as she works for local council.
Joined cssc a month ago for cheap gym rates. Haven't really explored the savings but this thread is a handy reminder. Heat.
Bushes

Joined cssc a month ago for cheap gym rates. Haven't really explored the … Joined cssc a month ago for cheap gym rates. Haven't really explored the savings but this thread is a handy reminder. Heat.




I'm interested in the gym discounts,could I ask you what gyms are included please? Am just wondering if there would be any near me) I'm in Edinburgh :-)
Sorry I forgot about the gym membership. I'll check that out when I get home and post.
do i get anything for just the £3.60 pcm fee?
Signing up to the CSSC was great value for me (and still is with the cinema tickets), I took one of each of the freebies they had going (_;)
According to the public sector leaflet on the website the £5 Sainsbury's voucher offer expired 31st Dec 2011
cssc.co.uk/web…pdf (page 5)

But still hot!
I take it self employed bods like me can't get it?
takethatfan1978

I'm interested in the gym discounts,could I ask you what gyms are … I'm interested in the gym discounts,could I ask you what gyms are included please? Am just wondering if there would be any near me) I'm in Edinburgh :-)



Im not sure if it's available at many public service sites. By signing up to cssc I am able to use my site gym for a fiver a month.
Bushes

Im not sure if it's available at many public service sites. By signing up … Im not sure if it's available at many public service sites. By signing up to cssc I am able to use my site gym for a fiver a month.




Thanks,will try and search for more info. I was hoping maybe a couple of the big posh named ones were included lol

Also hoping I can join after all,used to work for nhs but now work for a cancer charity(but nhs pay conditions)
Have been a member of CSSC for years. I always have a stock of tickets at home so if we decide to go then vouchers are available - the expiry date is quite long on the vouchers. Please note that you buy vouchers to use at the cinema. This will require you to visit the cinema to buy your tickets with your vouchers in advance. Because my local cinema is always sold out Fri and Sat evenings i try and visit the cinema in the morning to buy my tickets for the evening. But for the sake of getting them half price it is worth it.
Taksim_Red

AFAIK there's no minimum term so you could just sign up for a month bag … AFAIK there's no minimum term so you could just sign up for a month bag the pass and scarper!



But it's based on direct debit? Does that mean we have to call up CSSC and cancel manually then after a month? What happens to the cinema vouchers then? Are those given up front?
CSSC have an online shop and you buy your tickets / vouchers or whatever you want to call them in there. You can buy upto 8 per cinema chain per month. You can buy them whenever you want. You could buy 2 one week and 3 the next. They usually take 2 or 3 days to be delivered. They can be used by anyone. They look exactly the same as the old fashioned gift vouchers you used to get for places like WH Smith and HMV before they started putting them on electronic cards. They don't say CSSC on them and you can continue using them even if you've cancelled your CSSC membership. Considering the fact they have 12 months validity on most of them you could even order twice as many and do a year on / year off as a CSSC member and save even more money.
cala

But it's based on direct debit? Does that mean we have to call up CSSC … But it's based on direct debit? Does that mean we have to call up CSSC and cancel manually then after a month? What happens to the cinema vouchers then? Are those given up front?



Are you looking to buy the unlimited card or the individual tickets?
likely to be individual tickets. does that mean i do not need to go in earlier to book and then go back to the cinema later to buy the tickets like what one of the forumers suggested?

From what I'm hearing, it's best not to abuse the CSSC (e.g.cancel membership after a month), cause they might bar us from joining ever again in the future and that would be most unfortunate.
cala

likely to be individual tickets. does that mean i do not need to go in … likely to be individual tickets. does that mean i do not need to go in earlier to book and then go back to the cinema later to buy the tickets like what one of the forumers suggested?From what I'm hearing, it's best not to abuse the CSSC (e.g.cancel membership after a month), cause they might bar us from joining ever again in the future and that would be most unfortunate.



No one suggested you go into book earlier then go in again to buy, his point was on a Fri/Sat his local cinema is sold out. You cannot book your tickets in advance over the phone or internet with vouchers, so if you need to book in advance (if your loca cinema has the same sold out problem) you would have to go into the cinema and buy the ticket with your voucher earlier then show up for the showing.
Hi, can anyone advise on the theatre ticket discounts pls. Looking at Wicked for a Saturday matinee performance at the end of March. Thx.
Netflix has arrived to murder every cinema in our great nation. Get their while you can, they are a dying breed.
I'm a PhD student funded by the BBSRC. Am I eligible do you think?

(In otherwords, I don't think I'd be on the BBSRC payroll as such, but they pay all my costs to my uni who then passes the money on to me)
My advice would be to just apply anyway. Worst they can say is no. Maybe if you applied for the DD scheme rather than the deduction of earning method it might help it go through a bit smoother.
If anyone has ordered a cineworld card through cssc, is this tied to the cssc member name or could the card be given to someone else to sign up, ie if i signed up could I order a cineworld card and give that to my daughter to register under her name, or would I have to invite my daughter to cssc and pay for 2 memberships just to get the card in her name?
cakedoublecakedouble

If anyone has ordered a cineworld card through cssc, is this tied to the … If anyone has ordered a cineworld card through cssc, is this tied to the cssc member name or could the card be given to someone else to sign up, ie if i signed up could I order a cineworld card and give that to my daughter to register under her name, or would I have to invite my daughter to cssc and pay for 2 memberships just to get the card in her name?



I've just attempted a dummy order in my account for the Unlimited card to try and find an answer to this and have found that the system is configured to allow me to buy upto 4 Unlimited cards per month so you will be fine to order one for your daughter off your account.

If anyone has any more querries have a contact at CSSC it's:

Tel: 01494 888443 Fax: 01494 888400 Email: darleen.taylor@cssc.co.uk
I didn't mention this in the OP because I assumed most HUKD'ers would just take their own but CSSC also do Cineworld refreshment vouchers too.

It's £5 for a "1 regular drink and 1 regular popcorn" voucher or £7 for a "2 large drinks and 1 large popcorn" voucher.

Sizes are: drinks 32oz / 44oz and popcorn 85oz / 150oz.

Not quite sure whether that constitues good value or not but there you go.

They're also limited to 4 per month so don't go mad!
Edited by: "Taksim_Red" 2nd Feb 2012
great offer ! I wish I knew someone in the public sector ...
Good news public sector - you can get this card.

Bad news - we have paid for it with your pention.
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