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National Lottery : Free Movie Tickets with Lotto ticket purchase  for the Lotto Double Prize Event draw on 24th August
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National Lottery : Free Movie Tickets with Lotto ticket purchase for the Lotto Double Prize Event draw on 24th August

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The National Lottery invites you to see a film for free at participating cinemas across the UK on Sunday 25 August 2019. All you need is your Lotto ticket purchased online or in store for the Lotto Double Prize Event draw on 24 August draw to get a free adult cinema ticket on National Lottery Cinema Day, with over 500,000 tickets up for grabs we hope you’ll join us to celebrate at your local cinema. (Terms & conditions apply)

Cinema tickets will be available to book online here from Wednesday 21st August, and bookings will be on a first come first served basis.
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It could be Vue...
38093513-E79Ay.jpgSmaller cinemas in Bristol
On the 24th of August we will be celebrating our 34th wedding anniversary,
I'm in.
stingersplash22/07/2019 23:30

Playing the lottery is gambling. It's the attitude that it's not really …Playing the lottery is gambling. It's the attitude that it's not really gambling that is the problem with the country.


Except here it's not. If you do into a bookmaker and they say "if you give us £2 we'll give you £4 now, and another £20 if Man City score first tonight" then you're not gambling anything. You know what you're getting, it's worth more to you than the money it costs, and you *may* end up with more

If you extended gambling to anything that might have a more favourable outcome then the favourable one you knew for sure you were getting, then almost any purchase is a potential gamble. I bought some very nice biscuits I hadn't tried before from Lidl at the weekend. I didn't think they'd be great for 69p, but they turned out to be much nicer than I though. Has my "gamble" paid off?

FWIW I'm not condoning normal gambling where you are likely to lose money. But buying something from a gambling company where I know I will win... yes please.
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 23rd Jul
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It could be Vue...
38093513-E79Ay.jpgSmaller cinemas in Bristol
nin8817/07/2019 13:03

It could be Vue...


Nice
Edited by: "DevilMan" 17th Jul
Another free cinema 🎫 plus i've still got four to use from sweet sunday .
Edited by: "AW0079" 17th Jul
Am I right in thinking you can't purchase a ticket for the draw on the 24th of August yet?
Any idea how to search for venues in Yorkshire?
northerngeezer17/07/2019 14:26

Any idea how to search for venues in Yorkshire?


Press on the location map after open the link.
Edited by: "Mike2005" 17th Jul
Mike200517/07/2019 14:34

Press on the location map after open the link.


Thanks.. How did I miss that... Duh
Do you just show the cinema your lotto ticket then? Heat 🔥
Emily_Troop17/07/2019 14:49

Do you just show the cinema your lotto ticket then? Heat 🔥


Tickets can be booked/reserved on this site only between 21st and 24th August 2019 [TBC].


Claiming your cinema ticket at Odeon cinemas

  • To claim a cinema ticket at Odeon cinemas, select the cinema you want to visit from the selection on this site. You will then be required to enter your name and email address and to set a password. You must confirm the number of tickets your require - this cannot be more than the number of eligible entries into the Lotto draw that you have.
  • You will then be presented with a booking confirmation and unique code(s)/URL to the cinema specific page, with instructions on how to redeem the offer. Once you click through to the URL you will be able to select the film you want to watch, and the time*. You must then sign up to MYODEON or continue as a guest, and enter all relevant codes at the end of the journey.
  • Once you have done so, you will receive a booking confirmation which you must take to the Odeon cinema together with your valid Lotto ticket(s) in order to collect your cinema tickets.
  • National Lottery Cinema Day tickets are only available at ODEON cinemas via this site. You will not be able to claim a free ticket at the box office on Sunday 25th August.
  • You must complete your booking on the Odeon website for it to be confirmed.
Mike200517/07/2019 15:21

Tickets can be booked/reserved on this site only between 21st and 24th …Tickets can be booked/reserved on this site only between 21st and 24th August 2019 [TBC].Claiming your cinema ticket at Odeon cinemasTo claim a cinema ticket at Odeon cinemas, select the cinema you want to visit from the selection on this site. You will then be required to enter your name and email address and to set a password. You must confirm the number of tickets your require - this cannot be more than the number of eligible entries into the Lotto draw that you have. You will then be presented with a booking confirmation and unique code(s)/URL to the cinema specific page, with instructions on how to redeem the offer. Once you click through to the URL you will be able to select the film you want to watch, and the time*. You must then sign up to MYODEON or continue as a guest, and enter all relevant codes at the end of the journey. Once you have done so, you will receive a booking confirmation which you must take to the Odeon cinema together with your valid Lotto ticket(s) in order to collect your cinema tickets. National Lottery Cinema Day tickets are only available at ODEON cinemas via this site. You will not be able to claim a free ticket at the box office on Sunday 25th August.You must complete your booking on the Odeon website for it to be confirmed.


Ah,i see.You book the film you want to see.Then you buy your lotto 🎫 and show your lotto 🎫 when you pick up your cinema 🎫 .
Fab!!
AW007917/07/2019 15:46

Ah,i see.You book the film you want to see.Then you buy your lotto 🎫 …Ah,i see.You book the film you want to see.Then you buy your lotto 🎫 and show your lotto 🎫 when you pick up your cinema 🎫 .


First you book the lottery ticket on the link above starting on 21 of August, after you need to claim your free ticket.
Edited by: "Mike2005" 17th Jul
Mike200517/07/2019 16:09

First you book the lottery ticket on the link above and after you need to …First you book the lottery ticket on the link above and after you need to claim your free ticket.


So you have to buy the lotto 🎫 online ?
AW007917/07/2019 16:10

So you have to buy the lotto 🎫 online ?


purchased online or in store as description
nin8817/07/2019 13:03

It could be Vue...


That's good I like that
Will this still work if you have a direct debit with National Lottery and one of the draws falls on August 24th?
Oh dear odeon, have 5 multiplex 12 to 16 screens cinemas within 8 miles. Another 2 only 15 miles away. Odeon is by far the worst.
PhoenixS22/07/2019 18:11

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Odeon Belfast, Queen's Film Theatre and Strand Arts Centre are listed as participating in Belfast.
On the 24th of August we will be celebrating our 34th wedding anniversary,
I'm in.
Gotta be in it to Cin it
Thanks for posting @Mike2005 we have added this to today's Highlight section
Not even a free cinema ticket will make me gamble.
What if you have a direct debit for draws anyways
Has my local theatre, never even been inside so not a clue if its even good
Great the empire cinema in sunderland is parcisipating
Edited by: "MatsyLR" 22nd Jul
Hot!!!
MatsyLR22/07/2019 20:13

Great the empire cinema is sunderland is parcisipating


It's doing what?
elne22/07/2019 18:34

Gotta be in it to Cin it


I cant believe it's been 3 hours and this comment hasnt been removed for crimes against humour.
There gonna need more than this to revitalise the cinema now that the Tesco clubcard deals are dead.
August Sunday bank holiday too, I think I’ll pass.
stingersplash22/07/2019 18:46

Not even a free cinema ticket will make me gamble.


It's not really gambling is it though, any more than the "swipe your Nectar card and win xxx points" type promotions.

You're paying £2 for a cinema ticket which is presumably worth much more to you. You could give your ticket away at to the cinema cashier if you wanted to ensure there was no chance of winning a prize and still be quids in.
You can get £2 cinema ticket with Sweet Sundays for any Sunday plus free choc/sweets. I bin the sweets myself. Buy 2x starbust which are currently £1 each from Tesco and includes Showcase, Cineworld
Heat 🔥
TipsyNurse22/07/2019 21:31

It's not really gambling is it though, any more than the "swipe your …It's not really gambling is it though, any more than the "swipe your Nectar card and win xxx points" type promotions.You're paying £2 for a cinema ticket which is presumably worth much more to you. You could give your ticket away at to the cinema cashier if you wanted to ensure there was no chance of winning a prize and still be quids in.


Playing the lottery is gambling. It's the attitude that it's not really gambling that is the problem with the country.
stingersplash22/07/2019 23:30

Playing the lottery is gambling. It's the attitude that it's not really …Playing the lottery is gambling. It's the attitude that it's not really gambling that is the problem with the country.


Yes but this is for the purpose of getting a cinema ticket, you can bin the lottery ticket if you like.
stingersplash22/07/2019 23:30

Playing the lottery is gambling. It's the attitude that it's not really …Playing the lottery is gambling. It's the attitude that it's not really gambling that is the problem with the country.


Except here it's not. If you do into a bookmaker and they say "if you give us £2 we'll give you £4 now, and another £20 if Man City score first tonight" then you're not gambling anything. You know what you're getting, it's worth more to you than the money it costs, and you *may* end up with more

If you extended gambling to anything that might have a more favourable outcome then the favourable one you knew for sure you were getting, then almost any purchase is a potential gamble. I bought some very nice biscuits I hadn't tried before from Lidl at the weekend. I didn't think they'd be great for 69p, but they turned out to be much nicer than I though. Has my "gamble" paid off?

FWIW I'm not condoning normal gambling where you are likely to lose money. But buying something from a gambling company where I know I will win... yes please.
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 23rd Jul
TipsyNurse23/07/2019 00:08

Except here it's not. If you do into a bookmaker and they say "if you give …Except here it's not. If you do into a bookmaker and they say "if you give us £2 we'll give you £4 now, and another £20 if Man City score first tonight" then you're not gambling anything. You know what you're getting, it's worth more to you than the money it costs, and you *may* end up with moreIf you extended gambling to anything that might have a more favourable outcome then the favourable one you knew for sure you were getting, then almost any purchase is a potential gamble. I bought some very nice biscuits I hadn't tried before from Lidl at the weekend. I didn't think they'd be great for 69p, but they turned out to be much nicer than I though. Has my "gamble" paid off?FWIW I'm not condoning normal gambling where you are likely to lose money. But buying something from a gambling company where I know I will win... yes please.


I just mean in general playing the lottery is a gamble and a slippery slope. So while this is a good deal for me personally I still wouldn't on principle.
On a bank holiday Sunday? 😬
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