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Odeon Limitless - 12 Months membership for £159.99 - equivalent of £13.33 a month / £189.99 inc Central London @ Groupon
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Odeon Limitless - 12 Months membership for £159.99 - equivalent of £13.33 a month / £189.99 inc Central London @ Groupon

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Posted 13th Dec 2019

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Groupon are offering discounted Odeon Limitless memberships, so 12 months Odeon excluding central London for £159.99, which is the equivalent to £13.33 a month and a saving of 22% than buying directly at Odeon. I believe this is the lowest price it's been. If you want Central London included there is an option of £189.99 for the year.



ODEON Cinemas Limitless Annual Membership

  • 12 months Limitless excluding Central London - £159.99 - works out at £13.33 per month
  • 12 months Limitless including Central London - £189.99 - works out at £15.83 per month

What's included

  • Yearly ODEON Limitless membership, see films any day of the week
  • Membership is valid for 2D screenings at ODEON cinemas
  • Locations: entire UK excluding or including Central London, depending on package chosen
  • If opt for Central London, this includes ODEON Luxe Leicester Square, Odeon LUXE Haymarket, Covent Garden, Tottenham Court Road, Camden
  • 10% off selected food and drink in-cinema
  • Invitations to exclusive preview screenings


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Terms


Validity: Expires 4 Sep 2020. Please note I believe this to mean you have until next September to redeem the Groupon purchase on the Odeon site.
Purchase: Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as a gift.
Registration: Register online at odeon.co.uk/limitless/; enter Groupon codes into the coupon code field at the checkout. No cancellations.
Restrictions: Membership cannot be redeemed in cinema. Membership is valid for 2D screenings only. Membership is not valid for family tickets, 3D, IMAX, iSENSE, Gallery, Premier seats, D-box seats, love seats, club seats, super luxury seats or any other premium-priced seat. Membership is not valid on ODEON Event Cinema and special or private screenings such as film festivals and premieres. Cannot be used with any other offer or discount including; Flash Sales, Meerkat Movies, The Times, Sunday Times, Cinema Day and bouncebacks. An extra surcharge for IMAX, Dolby,
iSense and 3D screenings apply. Recliner seats at ODEON Luxe Leicester Square will incur a surcharge. Membership is valid at all cinemas in theUK, apart from the following: BFI IMAX Waterloo and ODEON Luxe and Dine Islington.

Detailed Terms

  • The full terms governing use of the ODEON Limitless gift membership voucher code on this voucher are available online at odeon.co.uk/privacy-and-legal.The Terms contain important information about how Codes can and cannot be used. Please read the Terms carefully before you buy or use a Code.
  • ODEON operates the Limitless membership scheme (Limitless) in the UK. See odeon.co.uk/limitless for information about Limitless.
  • The purchaser of a Code (Purchaser) is purchasing a paid upfront Limitless gift membership, which can be activated by redeeming the Code.
  • The Redeemer of a Code must be eligible to join Limitless. The Redeemer must: (a) be 13 or over; (b) a resident in the UK; (c) provide a valid email address; and (d) provide a passport-style photograph for their membership card.
  • The Redeemer must agree to the Limitless terms and conditions and ODEON privacy policy when redeeming a Code. See odeon.co.uk/privacy-and-legal for the current version of these.
  • A Redeemer aged 13-15 must obtain consent from their parent or guardian before joining, and ask their parent or guardian to help them through the joining process. Normal film age restrictions apply. Children unaccompanied by an adult may not be admitted to a cinema after certain times depending upon local licensing conditions.
  • The Purchaser and the Redeemer can be the same person. Codes cannot be used in connection with an existing membership.
  • Codes purchased from Groupon are valid for 8 months from when the Purchaser purchased the Code.
  • Codes can only be used during their validity period.
  • No refund will be payable to the Purchaser or the Redeemer in relation to an expired Code.
  • No refund will be payable if the Purchaser or the Redeemer changes their mind.
  • Each Code can only be redeemed for one Limitless gift membership and is valid for 12 months from the date the Code is redeemed.
  • Codes can be used once only, and redemption of a Code cannot be reversed.
  • The full Terms available online set out further rights of ODEON, including a right to amend the terms, and a right to terminate redemption of Codes.
  • ODEON’s full company details are: Odeon Cinemas Limited (Company No. 1854132) with its registered office at 8th floor, 1 Stephen Street, London W1T 1AT.
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good deal but the simple fact of the matter is there simply isn’t enough good films these days in fact id go as far as saying the films they bring out these days are utter dross!
indigowest200413/12/2019 14:09

good deal but the simple fact of the matter is there simply isn’t enough g …good deal but the simple fact of the matter is there simply isn’t enough good films these days in fact id go as far as saying the films they bring out these days are utter dross!


Plenty of great films out there. I’ve been over 30 times this year and although they weren’t all good I much prefer to go and make up my own mind than read what someone else thinks of it in a review.
Edited by: "jaypr" 13th Dec 2019
I got this membership for my sons 21st (he is autistic. He loves watching films over and over and over again!) so they will meet their match there! He got it mid November, he's already been about 20 times. So we'll worth the money for him, and it gets him out of the house doing something he really enjoys!
My local odeon gets blockbusters and nothing else so I'll not be renewing my subscription. Mind was made up when they didn't bother to screen the latest Ken Loach film. So much for supporting British cinema. Voted hot for the price though. Its worth it if you live in London/South east
Edited by: "pmackers" 13th Dec 2019
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good deal but the simple fact of the matter is there simply isn’t enough good films these days in fact id go as far as saying the films they bring out these days are utter dross!
My local odeon gets blockbusters and nothing else so I'll not be renewing my subscription. Mind was made up when they didn't bother to screen the latest Ken Loach film. So much for supporting British cinema. Voted hot for the price though. Its worth it if you live in London/South east
Edited by: "pmackers" 13th Dec 2019
Great deal
indigowest200413/12/2019 14:09

good deal but the simple fact of the matter is there simply isn’t enough g …good deal but the simple fact of the matter is there simply isn’t enough good films these days in fact id go as far as saying the films they bring out these days are utter dross!


Plenty of great films out there. I’ve been over 30 times this year and although they weren’t all good I much prefer to go and make up my own mind than read what someone else thinks of it in a review.
Edited by: "jaypr" 13th Dec 2019
I think even if I went to see every blockbuster, and some averages movies on meerkat meals, it wouldn't cost that much so its not a great deal IMHO.
I think whether or not it is worth it depends on how much your local Odeon costs in the first place, where I used to live in London, a ticket was easily £10 iirc but now where I've moved to it's only a fiver!
Every Black Friday, Odeon pretty much do the same deal as £205 with a £30/£40 amazon voucher, I spose this is a better deal if you don’t use Amazon.

Id check your local Odeonsfirst though, as mine only charges £5 a ticket now, makes limitless almost worthless! I had it last year and had to contact them for a partial refund because I was fuming. At the usual cost of £8 odd quid a ticket I think it was around twice a month you had to go, at £5 a ticket it was something like over 30 times throughout the year, which is pretty crazy even for a cinema enthusiast
Edited by: "Burgzyyy" 13th Dec 2019
If Limitless is limited to 12 months I wonder where:
Validity: Expires 4 Sep 2020.
comes in?
Not valid at odeon luxe, so rules out Leicester. Unless you are somebody who goes cinema every week or every other week, it's better value sticking to using the 2 for 1 tickets through compare the meerkat. Otherwise I'd be forcing myself to go view average movies just for the sake of it.
fablanta13/12/2019 15:59

If Limitless is limited to 12 months I wonder where:Validity: Expires 4 …If Limitless is limited to 12 months I wonder where:Validity: Expires 4 Sep 2020.comes in?




I read that as you need to redeem the Groupon code by September next year at the Odeon Limitless website, but maybe check with customer service support.
50huz13/12/2019 16:05

Not valid at odeon luxe, so rules out Leicester. Unless you are somebody …Not valid at odeon luxe, so rules out Leicester. Unless you are somebody who goes cinema every week or every other week, it's better value sticking to using the 2 for 1 tickets through compare the meerkat. Otherwise I'd be forcing myself to go view average movies just for the sake of it.


Glad I read this before I purchased! I assumed it would work in Leicester!
50huz13/12/2019 16:05

Not valid at odeon luxe, so rules out Leicester. Unless you are somebody …Not valid at odeon luxe, so rules out Leicester. Unless you are somebody who goes cinema every week or every other week, it's better value sticking to using the 2 for 1 tickets through compare the meerkat. Otherwise I'd be forcing myself to go view average movies just for the sake of it.



husain_kola13/12/2019 16:16

Glad I read this before I purchased! I assumed it would work in Leicester!




Think is a bit confusing but - The central London option does include some Odeon Luxes, states "Central London venues - ODEON Luxe Leicester Square, Odeon LUXE Haymarket, Covent Garden, Tottenham Court Road, Camden"
If you have a cineworld near you its more economical to get their unlimited card. Unlike Odeon they allow meerkat movies to work alongside their passes
It says "Membership is valid at all cinemas in the UK, apart from the following: BFI IMAX Waterloo and ODEON Luxe and Dine Islington."
It's not clear but it doesn't rule out Luxe in general, just the Luxe and Dine Islington.
50huz13/12/2019 16:05

Not valid at odeon luxe, so rules out Leicester.


husain_kola13/12/2019 16:16

Glad I read this before I purchased! I assumed it would work in Leicester!

I have the non-Central London card and have used it at the Maidenhead Luxe several times - have never been aware of any restrictions outside the Central London cinemas.

My local Odeon charges £15+ a ticket so for me Limitless is totally worth it. Plus I get to watch films I might not have otherwise, without worrying about dropping a fortune on a stinker
How good is this compared to Cineworld Unlimited? Any restrictions on certain viewings etc?
I use mine at Swiss Cottage and Haymarket all the time, but also been to their Birmingham Luxe cinema, and it works out to be great value. So much better than Cineworld’s card if you have a Luxe near you imho.
adzg9113/12/2019 14:26

I think even if I went to see every blockbuster, and some averages movies …I think even if I went to see every blockbuster, and some averages movies on meerkat meals, it wouldn't cost that much so its not a great deal IMHO.


£10 a ticket, 15 films in 12 months? Pretty sure it's worth the money!!
50huz13/12/2019 16:05

Not valid at odeon luxe, so rules out Leicester. Unless you are somebody …Not valid at odeon luxe, so rules out Leicester. Unless you are somebody who goes cinema every week or every other week, it's better value sticking to using the 2 for 1 tickets through compare the meerkat. Otherwise I'd be forcing myself to go view average movies just for the sake of it.


Works at my local Luxe, used it many a time.
Chanchi3213/12/2019 16:23

Think is a bit confusing but - The central London option does include some …Think is a bit confusing but - The central London option does include some Odeon Luxes, states "Central London venues - ODEON Luxe Leicester Square, Odeon LUXE Haymarket, Covent Garden, Tottenham Court Road, Camden"


Ahh yes it's a little unclear, although others have mentioned they've had no issues using it at their Luxe cinemas.

There is also 15% quidco cashback available for Groupon purchases which might be worth including.
AppleJack8513/12/2019 19:22

£10 a ticket, 15 films in 12 months? Pretty sure it's worth the money!!


I'm basing it on 2 people going.
indigowest200413/12/2019 14:09

good deal but the simple fact of the matter is there simply isn’t enough g …good deal but the simple fact of the matter is there simply isn’t enough good films these days in fact id go as far as saying the films they bring out these days are utter dross!


So true
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indigowest200413/12/2019 14:09

good deal but the simple fact of the matter is there simply isn’t enough g …good deal but the simple fact of the matter is there simply isn’t enough good films these days in fact id go as far as saying the films they bring out these days are utter dross!


Went to over 60 films easily when I was signed up 12 months, glad to get shut of it in the end count on one hand the films I really liked, nice luxe cinema local but wouldn't do again even at half price.
Cheaper than cineworld for sure
Definitely works at all luxe cinemas except the specified Islington one
sounds great on paper but.. I get 5 free tickets a year from my bank and I used 0. I went to a few screenings at BFI with director Q&As but that's not included in this anyway.
If I already got a limitless for Central London which expires 25th December this year, can I buy this Groupon offer to renew or are there any restrictions, e.g.only new customers? Thanks.
I would also see whether any new cinemas haven't opened nearby. We had a huge Showcase open here and the Cineworld has already shut, the Odeon is on its last legs, in a much less central location and I expect will close soon.

It really doesnt' help too that some of the extras you have to pay for at the Odeon, like big reclining seats, are standard at Showcase.
This is even cheaper than Corporate Perks rate (£165) but CP is a bit cheaper, £185, to include London if you are eligible salaryexchange.corporateperks.com/ as someone else has said, if you live in South East/near London where standard prices are £12+ and you live within easy reach I think this is great value. I have tried this for a couple of years and I really enjoyed getting out to a big screen rather than watching TV. Odeon badly need to programme more diverse, indy movies along side 'blockbuster' movies to attract a wider market but if you check regularly good films to get shown, but often only for a day or two.
BobbySmurf14/12/2019 02:13

If I already got a limitless for Central London which expires 25th …If I already got a limitless for Central London which expires 25th December this year, can I buy this Groupon offer to renew or are there any restrictions, e.g.only new customers? Thanks.




@BobbySmurf had a scan of the terms and states

"The Purchaser and the Redeemer can be the same person. Codes cannot be used in connection with an existing membership."

However if the membership lapses, I would assume that it would be fine but maybe check with Odeon directly.
Rarely go to the cinema, think i'll stick with PTP & my OLED.
Chanchi3214/12/2019 02:37

@BobbySmurf had a scan of the terms and states"The Purchaser and the …@BobbySmurf had a scan of the terms and states"The Purchaser and the Redeemer can be the same person. Codes cannot be used in connection with an existing membership."However if the membership lapses, I would assume that it would be fine but maybe check with Odeon directly.


That’s what Cineworld do if you have a yearly code. They close down your existing card and send a new one. Silly really. Lol.
I find that Odeon have the least diversity, nothing but blockbusters. I had this last and and even though my local is <5min away and I set my own hours I didn't see that much.
You get the tickets and I’ll bring the cookies pal.
Edited by: "n15hu" 14th Dec 2019
Good deal for the teenagers that get in and play their phones full volume and chat all the way through films. I personally avoid Odeon at all costs nowadays they let in animals for a ticket sale
I’ve had one for the past couple of years and aCineworld Unlimited card for 3/4 years before that. I am a big fan of films, but I think owning one of these cards does take the shine off of going to the cinema once you have had one for while. When you know you can go and see pretty much anything, whenever you want, the novelty wears off, and you realise how 90% of films released are utter rubbish.
It’s worth it for me though as my local Odeon charges £12-£13 for regular 2D films and even more for “blockbusters” it really is a rip-off, so with this card you only have to think about whether to pay uplifts for things like IMAX or 3D, or if you want any of the cinema’s food/drink (you get 10% off which doesn’t go far).
Worth noting that you can’t use it to get a free ticket with Meerkat, but you can with the Cineworld version .
Ordered: With the rising cost of heating my house I think I will live here for the next 12 months.
pmackers13/12/2019 14:18

My local odeon gets blockbusters and nothing else so I'll not be renewing …My local odeon gets blockbusters and nothing else so I'll not be renewing my subscription. Mind was made up when they didn't bother to screen the latest Ken Loach film. So much for supporting British cinema. Voted hot for the price though. Its worth it if you live in London/South east


Totally agree with this comment.

Switched from Cineworld to Odeon and the times at my local are terrible.

Couple that with the fact if I don’t see a film in its first week then it’s no longer being shown.

I won’t be renewing either and switching back to Cineworld
AppleJack8513/12/2019 19:25

Works at my local Luxe, used it many a time.


Can confirm this also.

Works fine at a Luxe as that’s what my local is
akb01513/12/2019 18:59

I use mine at Swiss Cottage and Haymarket all the time, but also been to …I use mine at Swiss Cottage and Haymarket all the time, but also been to their Birmingham Luxe cinema, and it works out to be great value. So much better than Cineworld’s card if you have a Luxe near you imho.


I’d agree for the Luxe but most of their times are terrible and if you don’t go release week quickly stop showing some films.
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