Kids cinema tickets ONLY £1.50 adults go free.. water horse, stardust etc @VUE
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Kids cinema tickets ONLY £1.50 adults go free.. water horse, stardust etc @VUE

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Found 23rd Apr 2008Made hot 23rd Apr 2008
I know this has been posted before but in case anyone doesnt knoe about this...
Screening selected kids films every Saturday and Sunday for just £1.50 per child. Accompanying adults go free*!

just choose your cinema and click on family vue here myvue.com/
* All adults need to be accompanied by at least one child. One adult with every child goes free. Extra adults are charged £1.50 each.

The Water Horse 26th Apr
Stardust 3rd May
The Game Plan 10th May
Daddy Day Camp 17th May
Horton Hears a Who 24th May
The Spiderwick Chronicles 24th May

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do you need to book in advance or just turn up on the day for this offer

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sunrise;1951566

do you need to book in advance or just turn up on the day for this offer


Book online to guaranntee seat or just turn up and hedge your bets!!

Odeon does this aswell with their Kids Club.

Thank's for this jj584143 :thumbsup:

just turn up....we go most sundays to vue....There's no need to book (well not in my cinema) sometimes we have been the only ones there...sometimes they start at 10am and sometimes 11AM

We often go to Hamilton Vue for this offer. However in the last few months it has became a lot more popular. Last time i didn't book turned up and it was full. Ended up taking them to a full price movie (couldn't bear the crying).
Booking online does cost another £1.50 but its still a bargain (assuming you actually want to get up and go to pics at 10am on a sunday)

Usually they only show one film but our local has been having a choice of 2 movies which is quite good...may not be all the time though

Bargain...The Waterhouse is a cracking film for all ages, my choice at least!!!!!!

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lynnexxxo;1952428

We often go to Hamilton Vue for this offer. However in the last few … We often go to Hamilton Vue for this offer. However in the last few months it has became a lot more popular. Last time i didn't book turned up and it was full. Ended up taking them to a full price movie (couldn't bear the crying). Booking online does cost another £1.50 but its still a bargain (assuming you actually want to get up and go to pics at 10am on a sunday)



Is anyone with kids actually able to be in bed at 10am on a Sunday?? If they are let me know the secret!!!:thumbsup:

And also from good old "Oscar Deutsch Entertains Our Nation"

"ODEON Kids screenings have been chosen especially for children and are every Saturday and Sunday mornings at pocket money prices. What's more with every child ticket you get a free adult ticket - so mums and dads get to go FREE!"

odeon.co.uk/fan…on/

But at cineworld its everyone for a quid

"What is Movies for Juniors?
At 10am on Saturday mornings, selected cinemas offer special screenings for our younger customers. These screening are called Movies for Juniors, all tickets are priced at £1.00 per ticket, and a child must accompany all Adults! Each cinema has 3 films each Saturday morning sometimes with pre-show entertainment. "

cineworld.co.uk/Cms…FAQ

Oh, and with cinemas "kids" are typically ages 14 and under...

(edit) with many thanks to jj584143 i didnt realise that Odeon charge £2.50 for their kids screening, thought i'd better add that in here in case anyone should miss the later posting

Empire does the same at £1 too.

Empire cinemas do something similar too at weekends, all tickets £1.

empirecinemas.co.uk/ind…=16

Hah! just beaten to it by the above poster....

e1ectricjesus;1952573

Bargain...The Waterhouse is a cracking film for all ages, my choice at … Bargain...The Waterhouse is a cracking film for all ages, my choice at least!!!!!!




Eh? Its called Water Horse....:)

wait a minute you were being funny eh? sorry!!LOL

On a serious note , The Waterhorse (Not Waterhouse) is a 12 cert. It is really an adult/adolescent film, has scenes of violence and a deer getting its throat cut, I think a dog might get eaten too, lol. Anyway would suggest not taking your small children to this one, unless you like dealing with nightmares.

Shame as my nearest screening is 51miles away from where I live in Northumberland ... All the way to Hartlepool! ... When Newcastle is just down the road ... Thanks anyway for the info :-(

I don't know how naughty this is but I have been without a child, to Hairspray at Vue before. There was barely anyone there.
It makes me with that they would do more second run films, I would much rather pay £1.50 to see a film than £8, even if that film is already out on DVD (as Hairspray was, a DVD I own)

This is a good deal - we go most weekends. I would say though that the same films tend to come around all the time, and most of them are already out on dvd (seen Stardust and Enchanted at least twice now). It is a cheap morning out though, and my kids love it.

The Water Horse is a bit scary and I thought the end was actually quite sad (well I cried anyway), Our 5 year old liked it, but it's not for younger ones really. Daddy Day Camp is a bit pants, a sort of less funny version of the first film (and I say this as a Cuba Gooding fan). Stardust is good, but long and a bit scary (reanimated corpse). Last week we saw The Ugly Duckling and Me, a Danish CGI cartoon. Fairly pants.

Voted hot, just buy your sweets at Tesco first.

does anyone know how much the odeon one is? i cant find it on the link.
thanks

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looks like its £2.50 for kids and extra adults

spudgun;1954021

On a serious note , The Waterhorse (Not Waterhouse) is a 12 cert. It is … On a serious note , The Waterhorse (Not Waterhouse) is a 12 cert. It is really an adult/adolescent film, has scenes of violence and a deer getting its throat cut, I think a dog might get eaten too, lol. Anyway would suggest not taking your small children to this one, unless you like dealing with nightmares.



I have to disagree, my kids 7 and 4 loved it and would like to see it again and to clarify it is rated PG not 12 cbbfc.co.uk/arc…826

when i want to book it says kid club and kids club x2!!! also how do i book for free accompanying adults? cheers

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meshosa;1958696

when i want to book it says kid club and kids club x2!!! also how do i … when i want to book it says kid club and kids club x2!!! also how do i book for free accompanying adults? cheers


i think if you have 2 kids then you choose x2 and if 1 then 1 but why they dont just leave it simple and let you choose 2 of 1 child i don't know. I think you just add 1 to the number of kids to pay for additional adults but you could always save the booking fee and buy at the cinema...?

jj584143;1958731

i think if you have 2 kids then you choose x2 and if 1 then 1 but why … i think if you have 2 kids then you choose x2 and if 1 then 1 but why they dont just leave it simple and let you choose 2 of 1 child i don't know. I think you just add 1 to the number of kids to pay for additional adults but you could always save the booking fee and buy at the cinema...?



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meshosa;1958696

when i want to book it says kid club and kids club x2!!! also how do i … when i want to book it says kid club and kids club x2!!! also how do i book for free accompanying adults? cheers


To clarify, the "Kids Club x2" means you are getting two tickets (one kid and a free adult) - then the "Kids Club" is for any unaccompanied kids/adults.

just to add my partner took our son to odeon last sunday for this deal (theirs is £2.50 for child and adult free) and was pleased to find out they have a deal which is £4.50 for tickets, popcorn, a drink and a packet of sweets. bargain!
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