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Odeon Limitless - 12 Months For The Price Of 10 With Code - £17.99pm x 10 Months = £179.90
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Odeon Limitless - 12 Months For The Price Of 10 With Code - £17.99pm x 10 Months = £179.90

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Refreshed 16th Sep 2019 (Posted 10th Sep 2019)Edited by:"DealsIUsed"

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Hey Guys;

There's a code running until the 30th of October where if you want to buy Odeon Limitless membership (12 months), you can get 2 months free (only pay for 10 months) using the code STUDENT2.

Admittedly I don't go to the cinemas often enough to warrant buying this but if anyone is thinking of buying this, squeeze an extra couple of months out using this code.
Works out at £14.99 a month with code.

EDIT:
Sorry guys, I thought it was 14 months for the price of 12, not 12 for the price of 10, my bad!

Terms:
Promocode: Student2

1. To receive your 2 months of membership for free, join Limitless for 12 months online by 31 October 2019 with the promotional code Student2 during the sign up journey.

2. The offer is valid when you select to pay for your Limitless membership via monthly direct debit or full upfront payment.

3. To join Limitless you must (a) be 16 or over (b) provide a valid email address and (c) provide a passport-style photograph for your membership card. Membership is subject to the Limitless Terms and Conditions and ODEON’s Privacy Policy.

4. There is an extra charge for some screenings and facilities. Limitless membership is £17.99/ month excluding Central London cinemas or £19.99 / month including Central London cinemas. For a list of Central London cinemas and more details about Limitless, please visit ODEON.co.uk/Limitless.

5. Offer is valid for new members, previous members and existing members renewing their membership.

6. If you pay by direct debit, you will be charged for the first 10 months of your membership. There will be no direct debit payment taken for the 11th and 12th month of your membership. Direct debit payments will be reinstated after the 12th month, and your membership will continue automatically until you or we end it in one of the ways set out in the Limitless Terms and Conditions. All outstanding balances on the member’s account must be paid in full before the free months will be applied.

7. If you join by upfront payment, we will charge you the full 12 months upfront and then give you back 2 months’ worth in month 10 (to be refunded back onto the same card that you made the original payment with).

8. The 2 free months will not be applied retrospectively, cannot be exchanged for cash, cannot be transferred, and cannot be used to reduce any outstanding payment owed.

9. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount. Offer cannot be used if you sign up to Limitless using a Limitless Gift Membership Voucher Code.

10. Offer can only be used once per person.

11. Offer may be withdrawn at any time.

12. Promoter: ODEON Cinemas Limited, 8th Floor, 1 Stephen Street, London, W1T 1AT.
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rimalpatel00710/09/2019 22:35

Kodi


I understand what you're saying but unless you're prepared to spend a shed load on hardware, home viewing is still substancially different to the cinema experience. There are pros and cons to both.
Bump3r10/09/2019 22:16

Please elaborate


In Liverpool One, Odeon is now only £6 per person, child and adult, one set price, all week. So unless you plan to go 4 times per month every month, then limitless isn't value for money
DazLFC10/09/2019 22:20

In Liverpool One, Odeon is now only £6 per person, child and adult, one …In Liverpool One, Odeon is now only £6 per person, child and adult, one set price, all week. So unless you plan to go 4 times per month every month, then limitless isn't value for money


Waited ages for Odeon to introduce this. Uxbridge is £12 a ticket, I tried to go 4 times a week let alone month. Was living the dream... but then I had a kid
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Find a mate with bluelight card and you can get 12 months for £156, so £13 per month
phatbear10/09/2019 20:52

Find a mate with bluelight card and you can get 12 months for £156, so £13 …Find a mate with bluelight card and you can get 12 months for £156, so £13 per month


Can they use it more than once per year?
No point now that it's only £6 to go now
DazLFC10/09/2019 22:06

No point now that it's only £6 to go now


Please elaborate
Bump3r10/09/2019 22:16

Please elaborate


In Liverpool One, Odeon is now only £6 per person, child and adult, one set price, all week. So unless you plan to go 4 times per month every month, then limitless isn't value for money
£5 in my local odeon not worth it unless your going more than 4 times a month
It's 12 months for the price of 10, not 14 for the price of 12. I think lol
Kodi
rimalpatel00710/09/2019 22:35

Kodi


I understand what you're saying but unless you're prepared to spend a shed load on hardware, home viewing is still substancially different to the cinema experience. There are pros and cons to both.
DazLFC10/09/2019 22:20

In Liverpool One, Odeon is now only £6 per person, child and adult, one …In Liverpool One, Odeon is now only £6 per person, child and adult, one set price, all week. So unless you plan to go 4 times per month every month, then limitless isn't value for money


Waited ages for Odeon to introduce this. Uxbridge is £12 a ticket, I tried to go 4 times a week let alone month. Was living the dream... but then I had a kid
no1 even checks tickets in my odeon can just walk in for free lol
DazLFC10/09/2019 22:20

In Liverpool One, Odeon is now only £6 per person, child and adult, one …In Liverpool One, Odeon is now only £6 per person, child and adult, one set price, all week. So unless you plan to go 4 times per month every month, then limitless isn't value for money


For the few not the many
hannah201210/09/2019 22:22

£5 in my local odeon not worth it unless your going more than 4 times a …£5 in my local odeon not worth it unless your going more than 4 times a month


That's incredible! I wish they had those prices nationally, mines £12 a ticket
phatbear10/09/2019 20:52

Find a mate with bluelight card and you can get 12 months for £156, so £13 …Find a mate with bluelight card and you can get 12 months for £156, so £13 per month


Is this the card you get when you work for NHS?
iz12345678910/09/2019 23:35

Is this the card you get when you work for NHS?


Any emergency service but yes, the NHS also counts.
So I believe it also includes the fire service among other things.
It's £156 on the blue light card, but currently sold out 38438139-eJS4o.jpg
£144 through my workplace scheme, cold
jonnyjackov10/09/2019 22:28

It's 12 months for the price of 10, not 14 for the price of 12. I think …It's 12 months for the price of 10, not 14 for the price of 12. I think lol


My bad, yep. Fixed now.
rimalpatel00710/09/2019 22:35

Kodi


Have both, kodi second best to full quality movie on day of release. Bored with shaky hand cams and crap audio. Some things just have to be paid for.
I love Limitless. Keeps me oit of snow & rain. Also worth it for me as I usually go twice a week. If you get any perks site memberships from your employer you can also get large discounts on Limitless & cineworld memberships if you pay up front.
If you have a HSBC Advance account you can normally buy a 12 month membership for £156 through HSBC Advance Rewards, but checking it appears to be sold out (goes through the same checkout as the BlueLight card directs you to by the looks of that screenshot Numpti has posted)

NB Not really worth it for me. Closest Cinema is a Cineword (followed by Showcase, then Vue). Closest Odeon is £6.75 per ticket (Manchester Great Northern)
omgpleasespamme10/09/2019 22:48

I understand what you're saying but unless you're prepared to spend a shed …I understand what you're saying but unless you're prepared to spend a shed load on hardware, home viewing is still substancially different to the cinema experience. There are pros and cons to both.


I was getting the same experience at home and with the cinema. Other people would ask stupid questions in both locations (who's that guy?)
Or they would uses their phones...
DazLFC10/09/2019 22:20

In Liverpool One, Odeon is now only £6 per person, child and adult, one …In Liverpool One, Odeon is now only £6 per person, child and adult, one set price, all week. So unless you plan to go 4 times per month every month, then limitless isn't value for money


Wow, that is good value! My local Cineworld is just shy of £11 for an adult screening.
Would this include Odeon Luxe or is there an upcharge per ticket when you use the card?
Pedroscot11/09/2019 12:02

Would this include Odeon Luxe or is there an upcharge per ticket when you …Would this include Odeon Luxe or is there an upcharge per ticket when you use the card?


If you get the cheaper one, you can not use it in central London. However, should you chose the central London more expensive ticket, there isn’t a limit to which Odeon you visit.
Whenever i go its £5 ticket even on saturdays would you not need to see over 30 films to make it worthwhile?
Happy with Cineworld, but guess this is a good deal
Mr_Pickled_Egg111/09/2019 16:42

Whenever i go its £5 ticket even on saturdays would you not need to see …Whenever i go its £5 ticket even on saturdays would you not need to see over 30 films to make it worthwhile?


Actually, you’d need to see precisely 36 films.

However, if you average one a week, you’re saving money.
I would go for one of these if a kid or two could get in on it as well.. I'm a single parent of a little girl.. means I would have to buy two.. ouch.. rip off..
This is the only way Odeon makes sense, our local is £15 a seat, totally ridiculous.
Edited by: "TacticalTimbo" 11th Sep 2019
i bought this in 2016, big mistake since most of the films i saw i only saw because i had them and they sucked too, now i have a lloyds account where i get 12 free vue tickets a year which is enough to see the films i actually care about since most of it sucks
rimalpatel00710/09/2019 22:35

Kodi


if you are fine watching 240p cam rips or waiting 4 months for a proper release then sure
TacticalTimbo11/09/2019 17:07

This is the only way Odeon makes sense, our local is £15 a seat, totally …This is the only way Odeon makes sense, our local is £15 a seat, totally ridiculous.


I feel you! Ours is £13. Plus they charge something like £2 for "blockbusters". And they wonder why it's empty! Pretty jealous of the people in here that get Odeon seats for £5 or £6!
Edited by: "gizmo2501" 11th Sep 2019
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