Home Alone NOW BOOKABLE ONLINE @ Vue Cinemas - £2.50 per ticket with online booking fee (1.75 when bought  in cinema)
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Home Alone NOW BOOKABLE ONLINE @ Vue Cinemas - £2.50 per ticket with online booking fee (1.75 when bought in cinema)

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Found 17th Dec 2012
I know this was posted a little while ago but it is now bookable online for all Vue Cinemas. I also know that it's 90p from Cineworld but this deal is still useful for those of us who unfortunately have no Cineworld near us

Most showings are in the morning and run from this Friday (21st) to the 27th of December ( not Christmas Day)

It's £1.75 a ticket but I have put the price at £2.50 because if you're booking online there's a £0.75 fee per ticket for 'card handling'.

I think it's only at this price if your cinema participates in the 'KIDS AM' promotion, when they do the £1.75 kids film ticket prices.

Amazing film, I've already booked my tickets

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why am i getting cheapest ticket at £6.55 oO

booking.myvue.com/Hom…758
Edited by: "hawick" 17th Dec 2012

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Original Poster

hawick

why am i getting cheapest ticket at £6.55 … why am i getting cheapest ticket at £6.55 oOhttp://booking.myvue.com/Home/My-tickets/cinema/edinburgh-omni-centre/uid/dcb6f20097/si/139758



That's a bit rubbish Maybe your cinema doesn't do the KIDS AM promotion? But it's odd they'd still show it, especially at that price! Might be worth enquiring?

Cineworld doing it this weekend, all tickets just a pound or 90p when booked online.

sarahbear285

That's a bit rubbish Maybe your cinema doesn't do the KIDS AM … That's a bit rubbish Maybe your cinema doesn't do the KIDS AM promotion? But it's odd they'd still show it, especially at that price! Might be worth enquiring?



ah i think it might be that , there is another one not far from it and prices are £1.75 , thanks sarah x

booking.myvue.com/Hom…575

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stehal77

Cineworld doing it this weekend, all tickets just a pound or 90p when … Cineworld doing it this weekend, all tickets just a pound or 90p when booked online.



That's a really good deal! Shame there's no cineworld near me Vue will have to do!

looks good

am I missing something???

valley_hotdeal12

am I missing something???



Hmm, dunno. Home Alone, reairing at Vue Cinemas... £2.50 a ticket... not sure how better to explain it....

£8 odd per ticket, no Ta.....

Now to convince my cousins kids to go and see it haha wish it was on later in the days!

soap_box

Hmm, dunno. Home Alone, reairing at Vue Cinemas... £2.50 a ticket... not … Hmm, dunno. Home Alone, reairing at Vue Cinemas... £2.50 a ticket... not sure how better to explain it....


Why would you want to see this again??.. at £2.50 a ticket?

Edited by: "valley_hotdeal12" 17th Dec 2012

Just, no!

Original Poster

valley_hotdeal12

Why would you want to see this again??.. at £2.50 a ticket?



It's just a nice idea to see it on a big screen (as many of us have never seen it in the cinema) and might be a nice way to get all Christmassy! Not to everyone's taste but I'm sure many will enjoy it

Extra 43% card handing fee. Yes it's only 75p. But it doesn't cost them 75p to process. More like 5p at the most. If you pay by card in the cinema there isn't a fee. Have they borrowed the Ryan Air manual?

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paul.jacobs

Extra 43% card handing fee. Yes it's only 75p. But it doesn't cost them … Extra 43% card handing fee. Yes it's only 75p. But it doesn't cost them 75p to process. More like 5p at the most. If you pay by card in the cinema there isn't a fee. Have they borrowed the Ryan Air manual?



Yeah it is ridiculous, but I didn;t want to risk there not being any seats left! Is definitely a rip off that companies like that charge for card payments.

Cineworld 90p no booking fee.

sarahbear285

Yeah it is ridiculous, but I didn;t want to risk there not being any … Yeah it is ridiculous, but I didn;t want to risk there not being any seats left! Is definitely a rip off that companies like that charge for card payments.



Risk it.. if you don't get a seat, you could always go to CEX for the DVD for less money than 1 seat and watch it at home

No VUE in belfast any more My favourite christmas film

Serious question...do you have to have a kid with you to get in?

MadeDixonsCry



Enwww is that really him?

valley_hotdeal12

Why would you want to see this again??.. at £2.50 a ticket?



Well, this particular film I wouldn't, but I have paid a little more than necessary to see Back to the Future, Terminator and Alien at the cinema, things I was too young (or not even born yet) for the cinema release originally.

daddydeals

Serious question...do you have to have a kid with you to get in?



I think thats the idea, but I know people who have got in without. Thing is, these are family viewings so the volume of the film tends to be lower (in our local on eanyway) BUT the volume of the audience can be set to max!!! Im talking about kids narrating everything they see, babies (yes BABIES!!) crying and laughing that goes on well after the funny part ends..... Im a parent, Im used to that ****, if you're not, get it on DVD and save yourself a headache!!

^ It's bad enough sharing a cinema with adults

£1 at cineworld, cheaper if booked online I think

Thanks

Posts removed, stick to the movie comments please, be nice!

Thanks OP. 6 adults, 1 child booked

SolidWarrior

£1 at cineworld, cheaper if booked online I think

any link?

MBeeching

^ It's bad enough sharing a cinema with adults



I blame the "unlimited" tickets, too often there are chavvy little idiots messing around because the "little darlings" have these cards and nothing else to do but flit from film to film being a-holes (perhaps national service would sort that out!!)
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