extra 25% off for students at odeon cinemas with nus extra card
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extra 25% off for students at odeon cinemas with nus extra card

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Found 27th Mar 2016
for anyone like me that didn't know...
With a NUS extra card just found out Odeon cinemas offer an extra 25% off student cinema tickets so for example the off peak Birmingham price is £4.50 for students but would be about £3.35 if you simply present your NUS extra card when buying your ticket. The peak price is 5.75 with discount it works out about the £4.30 mark. This is in participating cinemas only but the list is large as i have checked ba few random ones and they all seem to do it. offer only valid Monday to Thursday and includes 3d films.
terms and conditions below
To redeem this discount, simply present your NUS extra card when purchasing your tickets and you will receive the further 25% off your student tickets. 

Terms & Conditions

To claim an additional 25% off the price of your standard 2D or 3D student or teen admission ticket, present your valid NUS Extra Card at the Box Office of a participating ODEON cinema.Only valid Monday – Thursday.Only valid at cinemas which offer student pricing. Not valid at ODEON Leicester Square, ODEON Studios, The Lounge at ODEON Whiteleys or BFI IMAX.NUS Student 25% discount can only be redeemed at the cinema box office and cannot be used when purchasing tickets via the ODEON website, ODEON iPhone app or ODEON android app, or ATM. A valid NUS Extra card must be presented at time of purchase. No reimbursement for previously purchased tickets will be allowed.Discount is only valid for any standard 2D or 3D film screening with standard seat type.Discount is not valid for Premiere Seating, Club or D-Box seats, IMAX, iSense, The Lounge, Gallery performances, ODEON Silver Screen, ODEON Kid’s, ODEON Plus, ODEON Screen Unseen, Premieres, Special events or any events not open to the public.Discount cannot be used on Bargain Days.Discount is not valid in conjunction with any other offer including; Meerkat Movies, Tesco Clubcard vouchers, The Times + or Groupon vouchers. It is also not valid for tickets paid for with ODEON Points or an ODEON admission voucher. Any ODEON Points awarded will be earned at the discounted price paid.Discount does not apply to purchases of 3D glasses, gift vouchers, food, drink, merchandise or any other ODEON goods or services.Tickets remain subject to availability, normal age restrictions, and any other relevant standard terms and conditions including ODEON’s general admission terms. 25% discount does not give preferential rights of access.  Void if NUS Extra card is altered, tampered with, forged, photocopied or damaged.Re-sale of vouchers is strictly prohibited. 25% discount cannot be exchanged for cash.Children under the age of 16 must have the permission of a parent or guardian to use the discount.Offer is subject to availability.Cinema manager’s decision is final.

link to odeon website odeon.co.uk/stu…ns/

link to NUS extra nus.org.uk/en/…on/
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Can you buy for other people who are not NUS member? Say you parents?
wow, what bargain odeon you got by you? If I book online at my local odeon (Bridgend) its £9 to see a film with student discount
xynthian

Can you buy for other people who are not NUS member? Say you parents?



Unfortunately you can't as the ticket has a black rectangle on the top of the student discount ticket. When they check your tickets as you go to the screen, I've been asked a couple of time for my NUS card for that ticket.
darthvader666uk

wow, what bargain odeon you got by you? If I book online at my local … wow, what bargain odeon you got by you? If I book online at my local odeon (Bridgend) its £9 to see a film with student discount



​thats the birmingham price although that isn't my local just one I checked xx
darthvader666uk

wow, what bargain odeon you got by you? If I book online at my local … wow, what bargain odeon you got by you? If I book online at my local odeon (Bridgend) its £9 to see a film with student discount



There's 2 in Birmingham. The original one on New St and one at Broadway Plaza (pretty nice too, used to be AMC).
I can only guess it's because of competition from surrounding cinemas as the Odeon at Dudley (which is HORRIBLE) is much more.

Also there's extra fees for bigger films like BvS is £1 more and Civil War is £1.50 more.
can you use meerkat 2 for 1 with this offer?
vtec

can you use meerkat 2 for 1 with this offer?


No
Last time I went to the Odeon was on a trip to London.. £12.50... EACH... So much cheaper up north.
Thanks for posting! I have the card and never knew
Don't be surprised if they ask to see your matriculation card also (for all the "fake/online" NUSers out there!) As student card is required for the initial discount where as NUS is the extra off that (NUS is not a student card it's a companion to a student card!) . Most will overlook it but some do check and that's why they prevent online booking. Of course if you're a student it's all good unless you want premier or dbox and these are excluded - for me I stick with cineworld!
Surely students download films instead of going to the cinema (_;)
Never got this before.....have to present a student ID or an NUS card to get 25% off....are you sure your not confused?
I think your the confused one, its pretty clear to me what you need to do...
How come the Birmingham odeon is so cheap? The Coventry Odeon is £7 off peak, I may as well get on the train over there.
napolimp

How come the Birmingham odeon is so cheap? The Coventry Odeon is £7 off … How come the Birmingham odeon is so cheap? The Coventry Odeon is £7 off peak, I may as well get on the train over there.



Competition could be a factor. The two Birmingham Odeons have two Cineworlds, a Vue, Everyman, Electric and an Empire all within a few miles. And the fact that Birmingham is a dump with a relatively deprived demographic. How it still holds on to its "second city" status is beyond me.
Our Odeon is minimum £9 for 2D films. More for 3D.

However with the opening of a new Independant cinema in the area, VUE have reduced their tickets to £4 any time, any showing, any film (£5.60 for 3D)
aibon

Competition could be a factor. The two Birmingham Odeons have two … Competition could be a factor. The two Birmingham Odeons have two Cineworlds, a Vue, Everyman, Electric and an Empire all within a few miles. And the fact that Birmingham is a dump with a relatively deprived demographic. How it still holds on to its "second city" status is beyond me.



Birmingham is a dump? You should come and see Coventry.
napolimp

Birmingham is a dump? You should come and see Coventry.



The whole of the West Midlands has become a dumping ground.
aibon

The whole of the West Midlands has become a dumping ground.



​for what?
Didn't work at my local odeon, cold.
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