Odeon silver Cinema only £3
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Odeon silver Cinema only £3

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Found 7th May 2015
Odeon Silver Cinema have showings at 11am and 2pm every Tuesday & Thursday. Tickets are £3 and this also includes a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit. Next weeks films are "Wild" and "Testament of youth" bargain!

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Only for 55 and over.

Original Poster

It's aimed at over 55 but it's not exclusive to them.

Nice to see our elder citizens getting a discount without having to wait until they are collecting a pension

Original Poster

All types of tickets are available, teen adult etc and all are priced at £3 on the website.

markwilson90

All types of tickets are available, teen adult etc and all are priced at … All types of tickets are available, teen adult etc and all are priced at £3 on the website.



Dont see anything for teens or adults?

Original Poster

Go to the website, choose the cinema and film then go to book now and it comes up with the list of available ticket types, including adult and teens etc.

£1 in Dorchester Odeon

Heat! That timing is going to be tough for most people but still a good deal nonetheless.

Anything cinema related that involves avoiding either giggly teens or squealing children whose parents can't be bothered to shut them the hell up gets a Hot vote.

Cup of tea and a biscuit good grief, let me enjoy my slide into decrepitude without making me feel like I should be wearing my sweater and offering my grandchildren Werthers Original.

Still, I can't fault the price of the ticket

they should do viewings for the disabled

snowflake75

they should do viewings for the disabled



Why? We should integrate disabled, not segregate them.

Gollywood

Nice to see our elder citizens getting a discount without having to wait … Nice to see our elder citizens getting a discount without having to wait until they are collecting a pension



No it isn't, what utter tripe you spout! What's nice about that, seeing the more advantaged being given a discount for absolutely no reason whatsoever!?!?

Why should somebody aged 55, at their peak of earning potential, whom has likely got on the housing ladder when homes were cheap, be given a discount for the cinema?? Even their child commitments have probably expired!

It should be folk under 35 who are struggling away struggling to pay rent who deserve more molly coddling.

Get a damn grip!

SalfordCityRed

No it isn't, what utter tripe you spout! What's nice about that, seeing … No it isn't, what utter tripe you spout! What's nice about that, seeing the more advantaged being given a discount for absolutely no reason whatsoever!?!?Why should somebody aged 55, at their peak of earning potential, whom has likely got on the housing ladder when homes were cheap, be given a discount for the cinema?? Even their child commitments have probably expired!It should be folk under 35 who are struggling away struggling to pay rent who deserve more molly coddling.Get a damn grip!


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snowflake75

they should do viewings for the disabled


They do, every viewing.

Elevation

Anything cinema related that involves avoiding either giggly teens or … Anything cinema related that involves avoiding either giggly teens or squealing children whose parents can't be bothered to shut them the hell up gets a Hot vote.


I sympathise. But having tried Silver Cinema twice, it's actually no better. Stuffed with people eating crisps and sweets, rattling wrappers and talking to each other throughout the film. Cheap - but not a good experience.

Salford City red: get a grip! The world doesn't owe you anything!

It's open for everybody, I've been loads recently and i'm certainly not yet 55. It's just a way for the Odeon to try to fill quiet times. Decent film at decent prices.

Love this! Cup of tea and a biscuit with your movie. Fantastic. Wish there was an Odeon in Aberdeen... Well done Odeon!

Elevation

Why? We should integrate disabled, not segregate them.



"Disabled" is a broad term, I have a friend who takes their child to autism friendly screenings which makes for a much more stress free enjoyable time than a regular screening.

Went up in at least some cinemas to £3.50 the other week just for clarity, first price rise in a Very Long Time for it though

You'll never guess what happen'd last week...........I took two custard creams - now that's what I call anarchy.

And Birdman was very good too :-)

The trouble is Testament of Youth (for instance) is £17 odd or less to buy in advance. (It'll no doubt come down in price) Peoples tvs are now damn good. You get extra features with the one you buy. You can stop it when you want!
If the film is good and you are going to buy it anyway, so why go to the cinema?
The cinema near me charges £7-8 at cheap times for adults, more at weekends. The nearest 'Odeon' is further away. You have to pay to get there. You set with a lot of snack eating strangers. They can't smoke now, but they may be smelly and their children may cry or scream throughout the film.

Y get a grip Salford Red. Having flogged my guts out on poor pay all my working life, struggled in the 70's on one wage whilst looking after family, living within means which is hardly done today. I took early retirement at 57 living off savings as I don't get a pension till 66. So every little helps, u only get 1 go at life so enjoy it and chill!

I've been going to the Silver Cinema on Wednesdays on and off for 3 years now.

I remember seeing Lincoln, Philomena, Captain Phillips and Interstellar.

I find old people to be the best audiences. So many gasps. And at the end they clap.

All Odeons?

nickinoo3008

Salford City red: get a grip! The world doesn't owe you anything!



No it doesn't, nor does it owe somebody over 55 anything, subsidised by people like me.
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