Free Preview Screenings for Natwest Current Account Customers.
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Free Preview Screenings for Natwest Current Account Customers.

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Found 6th Aug 2011
See the latest films first, for free!

NatWest current account customers can catch the latest blockbusters before their nationwide release at cinemas throughout England and Wales. We'll be showing films of various genres so there'll be something for everyone, tickets will be free and are available on a first come first serve basis.

Only Preview screenings are free..

Coming soon.. keep a look out.
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Terms and condition suggest you have to pay for the tickets:

NatWest customers
Only NatWest current account customers can buy NatWest Film First outdoor screening tickets A customer is defined as someone who holds a current account with NatWest
NatWest is part of RBS Group. As well as our NatWest Film First outdoor screenings taking place across London (One Day), Manchester London (One Day), and Cardiff (Jane Eyre), there will also be RBS Film First screenings taking place in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
As a NatWest customer, as long as you book with your NatWest debit card, you may also attend RBS Film First events in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Haha - these companies are realising we love free movies !!
grimm6

Terms and condition suggest you have to pay for the tickets:NatWest … Terms and condition suggest you have to pay for the tickets:NatWest customersOnly NatWest current account customers can buy NatWest Film First outdoor screening tickets A customer is defined as someone who holds a current account with NatWest NatWest is part of RBS Group. As well as our NatWest Film First outdoor screenings taking place across London (One Day), Manchester London (One Day), and Cardiff (Jane Eyre), there will also be RBS Film First screenings taking place in Edinburgh and Glasgow. As a NatWest customer, as long as you book with your NatWest debit card, you may also attend RBS Film First events in Edinburgh and Glasgow.



tickets will be free and are available on a first come first serve basis.
It's free, website says free too.
Sweet, another bonus of banking with Natwest.
When i looked it said £8 - £10 quid that was the other day... so not sure why it would be free now

That may just be for outdoor screenings but I shall wait until i see it... as cant see why they charge for one and not the other
Edited by: "jamhops" 6th Aug 2011
glad they'll be coming to Scotland too!
Think Natwest and its parent RBS should stick to paying back the taxpayers bail out than wasting money giving away free cinema tickets
Good deal but not many towns :o( ... dont worry, not a hater (wont vote cold, lol)
There seems to be two deals -- outdoor screenings which cost and preview ones which are free -- details of preview films and cinemas not yet on site
Nice of NatWest to ask their customers to register all their details on an unsecured 3rd party webpage. It should have had https at the very least.
According to the Twitter feed via the website the FREE movies will be starting end of Sep early Oct
jase.2

Think Natwest and its parent RBS should stick to paying back the … Think Natwest and its parent RBS should stick to paying back the taxpayers bail out than wasting money giving away free cinema tickets



They are at least giving something back, Not giving out free ticket does also not stop em from handing out big bonuses, so I guess this is our bonus!
I think the terms and conditions someone posted refer to the outdoor film events:
filmfirst.natwest.com/out…or/

The preview screenings are still yet to come
I like the idea of the free previews, but £12.00 for an outdoor screening - they're having a laugh. £8.00 early-bird tickets sound better.
useful but they'll probably go really fast just like the virgin ones
Can I register my account now and get the freebie?
Still coming soon, anyone now the opening date for Preview Screenings?
Edited by: "BigSmokey" 25th Aug 2011
Usudekin

According to the Twitter feed via the website the FREE movies will be … According to the Twitter feed via the website the FREE movies will be starting end of Sep early Oct



Only just seen this, thanks (note to self should read all comments before posting :p)
Booked for the Trafford Centre (Manchester, The Dome) thanks. I see the filmfirst ones have all gone.
what a rubbish movie though i guess its free
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