Free Cineworld ticket with £5 DVDs @ Tesco (via DVD Offers)
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Free Cineworld ticket with £5 DVDs @ Tesco (via DVD Offers)

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Found 4th Mar 2017
Spotted in Tesco today.
Good selection, includes double DVD sets eg. Red/Red2, Maze Runner/Scorched Trials, How to train a dragon 1/2, Woman in black 1/2...
Eye in the Sky, Midnight Special,
Spectre, Avatar... some with DVD sleeve.
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How do you get the tickets ?

Website to post receipt to ?
Original Poster
Hi sorry for short post, am on mobile.
Link is
dvd-offers.co.uk
Original Poster
Upload receipt to website.
T&Cs say 1 ecode Cineworld ticket send within 4 days.
Valid til Dec.
Only one ticket per person per email address.
Offer available from ASDA also later in March.
Original Poster
discodave

Upload receipt to website. T&Cs say 1 ecode Cineworld ticket send within … Upload receipt to website. T&Cs say 1 ecode Cineworld ticket send within 4 days. Valid til Dec. Only one ticket per person per email address.Offer available from ASDA also later in March.



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Original Poster
I just spotted £3.00 Gone Girl in my photo!
So one adult Cineworld ticket £3 with free DVD!
People are buying DVDs still? What is this 2003?
KM4353

People are buying DVDs still? What is this 2003?



Agreed. Becoming such a dead format
tinazors

Agreed. Becoming such a dead format


I rarely buy them, preferring Blu-Ray istead (although I'm moving onto UHD now).

But DVDs still seem to outnumber BRs in shops. I think a lot fewer people changed up to BR than they ever expected.

And I think today's generation are more into streaming than physical media.
These are the qualifying DVDs:

Tesco Promotional Titles
12 YEARS A SLAVE
28 DAYS / WEEKS LATER
A WALK IN THE WOODS
ALLEGIANT
ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS ROAD CHIP
APES PRIMAL COLLECTION
AVATAR
THE SECOND BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL 1 & 2 BOXSET
BIRDMAN
CHILD 44
DARK PLACES
EXODUS : GODS AND KINGS
EYE IN THE SKY
FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS
GIRL TRILOGY
Gone Girl
HOME
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 1 & 2 BOXSET
INSIDIOUS 3
INSURGENT
KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE
KUNG FU PANDA 3
LEGO STAR WARS DOUBLE PACK
MAZE RUNNER 1 & 2 BOXSET
MIDNIGHT SPECIAL
MR TURNER
NO ESCAPE
PAPER TOWNS
PERCY JACKSON 1 & 2
RED 1&2
RIO 1 & 2
SINISTER 2
SKYFALL
SNOOPY CHARLIE BROWN PEANUTS MOVIE
SPECTRE
SPOOKS: THE GREATER GOOD
SPOTLIGHT
SUITE FRANCAISE
TAKEN 1 & 2
THE DROP
THE GRUFFALO
THE HUNDRED FOOT JOURNEY
THE LAST WITCH HUNTER
THE RAID 1 & 2
THE STICK MAN
TRIPLE 9
TRUMBO
WOMAN IN BLACK 1 & 2
XMEN CEREBRO
Edited by: "gslgregory" 4th Mar 2017
discodave

I just spotted £3.00 Gone Girl in my photo! So one adult Cineworld ticket … I just spotted £3.00 Gone Girl in my photo! So one adult Cineworld ticket £3 with free DVD!



£5 in my local one, although didnt actually scan one, so maybe £3??
gslgregory

I rarely buy them, preferring Blu-Ray istead (although I'm moving onto … I rarely buy them, preferring Blu-Ray istead (although I'm moving onto UHD now).But DVDs still seem to outnumber BRs in shops. I think a lot fewer people changed up to BR than they ever expected.And I think today's generation are more into streaming than physical media.



Yeah, a bit like music really - easy to have just a digital library.
Also, for us, we went out of our way to get everything 3D BluRay thinking that when we get our next TV, it would be great to watch everything 3D BluRay, but then 3D died. 4K became the standard making BluRay obsolete. We've now moved to GreenRay but they just call it BluRay Ultra.
So yeah, a bit of a waste of space really.
gslgregory

I rarely buy them, preferring Blu-Ray istead (although I'm moving onto … I rarely buy them, preferring Blu-Ray istead (although I'm moving onto UHD now).But DVDs still seem to outnumber BRs in shops. I think a lot fewer people changed up to BR than they ever expected.And I think today's generation are more into streaming than physical media.



You lot kill me ...

What is wrong with the DVD Format exactly people?.

After all, the humble CD-ROM originally came out in 1986!!, but it itself was there for almost the best part of 15 years? (before DVD's properly took off?), so .....

Similarly, Blu-Ray's in comparison have been in system for like ONLY 5 minutes?, but already everyone's already hoping it take's over the World, or something? (give it like 5 minutes more like please?, lol). :-)

And besides which, are you going to honestly tell me that, for the sake of you die-hard Blu-Rayness, your going to pass up the opportunity to miss out on FREE Cinema Tickets?, for the premise of an only £3-£5 DVD?.

A £3-£5 DVD, to which your Blu-Ray Player's would blatantly play anyway ..... lol.

As for the Media Streaming element?, that's neither here nor there? (I guess a bit like the Blu-Ray over DVD argument really?), at any 1 point in time, it's a 50/50?. :-)
Buy the DVD then trade it in to CEX. The Stick Man is £2 cash or £3 in store voucher.
Is this limited or can I go a bit nuts and buy 20 DVDs, put them through all on separate receipts and get 20 Cineworld tickets?

(And then take 20 DVDs to CEX because I've most likely already got the ones I want on blu-ray)
Who buys dvds anymore though?
Great deal~thanks
chezvegas85

[quote=discodave] Upload receipt to website. T&Cs say 1 ecode Cineworld … [quote=discodave] Upload receipt to website. T&Cs say 1 ecode Cineworld ticket send within 4 days. Valid til Dec. Only one ticket per person per email address.Offer available from ASDA also later in March.


stevethos

Is this limited or can I go a bit nuts and buy 20 DVDs, put them through … Is this limited or can I go a bit nuts and buy 20 DVDs, put them through all on separate receipts and get 20 Cineworld tickets?(And then take 20 DVDs to CEX because I've most likely already got the ones I want on blu-ray)



Already answered in the thread, but may be open to abuse if it is one per email address

Edited by: "chezvegas85" 5th Mar 2017
If this is similar to the Currys USB drive offer, then you put the receipt number into the web page with a scan of the receipt and a code arrives by email a few hours later.
Use the code on the Cineworld site.

It was really straightforward, didn't need multiple email addresses....and worked great.
5 tickets for Cineworld (usually £9 each) and the USB drives for £40.

This seems good too. Save £4 per ticket and get a free DVD. I'm off buying dead format discs to use as frisbies.

Remember you need to buy each DVD separately to get an individual receipt.
Edited by: "ourdave" 5th Mar 2017
Just buy a android box
Thing I found out the other day my bluray player does not play dvds. Sony PlayStation 4!

By the way your alternative is exchanging Tesco points which gets you a £4.50 cineworld voucher.
Edited by: "pacifika" 5th Mar 2017
machomansavage

Just buy a android box


How many cineworld tickets do you get with that?
KM4353

People are buying DVDs still? What is this 2003?



People are still asking if people are still buying DVDs? What is this, 2014?
machomansavage

Just buy a android box



Cough cough ...
dealpickle

People are still asking if people are still buying DVDs? What is this, … People are still asking if people are still buying DVDs? What is this, 2014?



Personally speaking, I don't see what the problem is really?, lol.
chezvegas85

[quote=discodave] Upload receipt to website. T&Cs say 1 ecode Cineworld … [quote=discodave] Upload receipt to website. T&Cs say 1 ecode Cineworld ticket send within 4 days. Valid til Dec. Only one ticket per person per email address.Offer available from ASDA also later in March.

stevethos

Is this limited or can I go a bit nuts and buy 20 DVDs, put them … Is this limited or can I go a bit nuts and buy 20 DVDs, put them through all on separate receipts and get 20 Cineworld tickets?(And then take 20 DVDs to CEX because I've most likely already got the ones I want on blu-ray)



Good points to observe I guess?. :-)

You lot kill me ...What is wrong with the DVD Format exactly … You lot kill me ...What is wrong with the DVD Format exactly people?.After all, the humble CD-ROM originally came out in 1986!!, but it itself was there for almost the best part of 15 years? (before DVD's properly took off?), so .....Similarly, Blu-Ray's in comparison have been in system for like ONLY 5 minutes?, but already everyone's already hoping it take's over the World, or something? (give it like 5 minutes more like please?, lol). :-)And besides which, are you going to honestly tell me that, for the sake of you die-hard Blu-Rayness, your going to pass up the opportunity to miss out on FREE Cinema Tickets?, for the premise of an only £3-£5 DVD?.A £3-£5 DVD, to which your Blu-Ray Player's would blatantly play anyway ..... lol.As for the Media Streaming element?, that's neither here nor there? (I guess a bit like the Blu-Ray over DVD argument really?), at any 1 point in time, it's a 50/50?. :-)



I agree, £5 is a small price to pay to get a cinema ticket and the unwanted dvd could be given away as a gift.

But you have to be really dense to be buying dvds in 2017. HD televisions are standard in almost every household, why pay for Sd when the HD equivalent is a couple of quid more.

It would be like buying a Ferrari and pushing it to work.
Edited by: "roymunsen" 5th Mar 2017
Or just return it for a refund?
roymunsen

I agree, £5 is a small price to pay to get a cinema ticket and the … I agree, £5 is a small price to pay to get a cinema ticket and the unwanted dvd could be given away as a gift.But you have to be really dense to be buying dvds in 2017. HD televisions are standard in almost every household, why pay for Sd when the HD equivalent is a couple of quid more.It would be like buying a Ferrari and pushing it to work.


It's actually very different. For one, you don't get a free Cinema ticket with a Ferrari.
I'd rather go on a meerkat day, much cheaper. Also paid £6.50 for a ticket recently at a showcase cinema de luxe, fancy reclining seats and loads of leg room.
Signed up for their free insider card, £6.50 for tickets all day Monday and Tuesday and after 7pm on a Sunday.
machomansavage

Just buy a android box


Just buy a banana. That's as relevant as your post.
Houstieboy

Just buy a banana. That's as relevant as your post.



How is it as "relevant" as a banana? All my friends and I have had a good clear out and made a space saver in the process. Goggle a android box if u don't know what one is. Don't act so bloody simple!
Edited by: "machomansavage" 5th Mar 2017
AMO

Yeah, a bit like music really - easy to have just a digital library.Also, … Yeah, a bit like music really - easy to have just a digital library.Also, for us, we went out of our way to get everything 3D BluRay thinking that when we get our next TV, it would be great to watch everything 3D BluRay, but then 3D died. 4K became the standard making BluRay obsolete. We've now moved to GreenRay but they just call it BluRay Ultra.So yeah, a bit of a waste of space really.


4k is nowhere near the "standard"
roymunsen

I agree, £5 is a small price to pay to get a cinema ticket and the … I agree, £5 is a small price to pay to get a cinema ticket and the unwanted dvd could be given away as a gift.But you have to be really dense to be buying dvds in 2017. HD televisions are standard in almost every household, why pay for Sd when the HD equivalent is a couple of quid more.It would be like buying a Ferrari and pushing it to work.



Fair enough?.

But personal preference really?.

It's like saying why bother with this Cinema freebie incentive after all right? (I do believe I clarified very well the first time round?, or ..... )

Why bother with this Deal altogether right?, after all SFF (Show Films First) is STILL totally free right? (and has been for MANY years too yeah?, so ..... )

With that retrospect, this Deal obviously way over-priced then I guess? (so why even bother wasting time with any which 'alternatives' again?, or something?).

There's lot's of alternatives to many things for many people!, just because the 'option' is there, doesn't mean you have to use it?.

Some people waste money on a Austin Martin, only to never use it alllllll week, except only on the weekend, and only at the weekend just to pop into their local Sainsbury's to buy a sodding 4 pint of milk?! (where even a Ford Escort Car would more than have simply sufficed for such a simple 'task'?, but ..... )

Eg. personally speaking, for such insignificant menial stuff's like that, I wouldn't waste money on even a Ford Escort (what for?), I'd blatantly WALK!!

A simple case Horses for Courses really?. (_;)
machomansavage

How is it as "relevant" as a banana? All my friends and I have had a good … How is it as "relevant" as a banana? All my friends and I have had a good clear out and made a space saver in the process. Goggle a android box if u don't know what one is. Don't act so bloody simple!


This post informs you how to save around 15 quid on a cinema ticket if you buy a DVD from tesco. Again, your post is irrelevant. And it's AN android box, not A android box. Simpleton.
KM4353

People are buying DVDs still? What is this 2003?


You obviously don't have children!
does not work comes up with>>>basic programming language after info put in:(
Houstieboy

This post informs you how to save around 15 quid on a cinema ticket if … This post informs you how to save around 15 quid on a cinema ticket if you buy a DVD from tesco. Again, your post is irrelevant. And it's AN android box, not A android box. Simpleton.



Fair enough I've just read op again....
KM4353

People are buying DVDs still? What is this 2003?

Why not? they are alot more durable than BR which is great if you have kids, i buy movies for myself on BR but anything for the kids or a family movie id buy on dvd.
Snakeyes646

Why not? they are alot more durable than BR which is great if you have … Why not? they are alot more durable than BR which is great if you have kids, i buy movies for myself on BR but anything for the kids or a family movie id buy on dvd.



Lmao, no they're not, what gives you that idea? The coating on a Blu-ray disc is over 100 times more scratch-proof than a DVD.
KM4353

Lmao, no they're not, what gives you that idea? The coating on a Blu-ray … Lmao, no they're not, what gives you that idea? The coating on a Blu-ray disc is over 100 times more scratch-proof than a DVD.


Blu-rays are much more scratch resistant than DVD's yes i know, but I believe they are more brittle than DVD, reading back i kinda said what i meant wrongly... im more than happy to let kids have DVD over Blu ray discs just in case of damage, Putting scratches on blu rays takes effort, and my kids are all about putting effort into breaking things
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