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Showfilmfirst Tributes In The Park, Strathclyde Country Park, Saturday 1st September, (Absolute Jam, Not The Rolling Stones, Peat Loaf, Bad Name (Bon Jovi), Bhangra Beatles, Stay Free (Clash Tribute), Status No), £3 Non-Refundable
LocalLocalFound 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Got an email about this earlier on! Local to Glasgow and thereabouts. THE ULTIMATE FANTASY FESTIVAL LINEUP COMES TO STRATHCLYDE PARK! On the 1st of Sep 2018 the first ever Tribut… Read more
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These are still available, amazingly, usually SFF offers disappear really quickly. Looks like it'll have lots of Hotukdealers there ;)


Surprised this is still Live, they must have gazillions of tickets! See you there, people! :D


£14 on Itison Advertised £20 per day here On eventbrite as well from £22.15

Plan B tickets & Horse Racing Market Rasen £2.50 @ Show film first
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Racing and live music with Plan B at Market Rasen on 1st June We have a few tickets to showcase this amazing event Whether you just want to see live music or make a day of it, th… Read more
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You're more than welcome, glad you enjoyed it!! (y)


Fantastic day, and the weather was fantastic. Thanks OP.


Additional tickets added. :{


Unfortunately can't take booze into the Tatershall, which is where these tickets are for. Perhaps they'll let you go to the lawn enclosure, where you can drink, then pop back?


Thank you! I want to advise that at race days under 16 often go free and don’t need tickets but with this you’ll need tickets for any children you take so basically don’t get four tickets for adults and expect kids to get in free.. Ive checked the website and kids have to pay £20 for entry..

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The Lightning Seeds at Aintree Friday 18th May 2018 SFF £2.50 booking fee each only @ SFF
Found 16th MayFound 16th May
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Hope bruffel has his sff membership terminated!


Houston, we have a problem Here at ShowFilmFirst, we have a pretty laid back ‘wax on, wax off’ kind of attitude. We have always depended on the kindness of others to keep our exclusive club functioning for you. However recently, things have been getting out of hand and some of our members have come to be a little, well… unruly. We don’t want a small minority to ruin the enjoyment of the whole club. So here is a friendly reminder to you of the responsibilities you have as a ShowFilmFirst club member. 1)The first rule of ShowFilmFirst club, Do not talk about ShowFilmFirst club The tickets you get from us have no ticket price. But we don’t exist to distribute free stuff to anyone that wants it. The tickets you get are for you and you only. They give you exclusive access to great films before they release, because great films deserve being talked about. If we invite you, it’s because we think you’ll enjoy the film. It’s not an open invitation, so don’t post links or codes onto cheap free voucher sites or you’ll find you are no longer invited.


Embarrassingly, I really like the album Jollification :-)


You would think that this line in the original email would put the OP off sharing, I guess they don't want to remain a member of SFF! "THIS LINK IS ATTACHED TO YOU EMAIL ADDRESS AND CANNOT BE SHARED"


guess their hopes of tickets selling out 'dashed' away

£2 admin charge per ticket - A Spoonful of Sherman - Playhouse Theater Weston Super Mare 14/15th May
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Tickets available to see A spoonful of Sherman at The Playhouse Theater Weston-Super-Mare. Code is 285920 Monday 14th May 19:30 Tuesday 15th May 14:30 & 19:30 Tickets are fre… Read more

I was wondering how long that joke would take to be posted lol.


I thought that it might tank...


This show is amazing saw in St helens in Feb or March and it was surprisingly brilliant, much better than expected!


Seems to have had some good reviews - it didn't seem like it would be my kind of show so left tickets for others. Hope you enjoy the show.


Purchased two tickets. Received the email around lunchtime :)

Vamps tickets in Nottingham (1 May) @ Show film first - £2.50 booking fee
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Not a fan myself but could save some young girls their pocket money...,

Thanks for posting - I did receive an email but didn't open it - thought it was just advertising the concert.


apologies - didn't realise it was invited customers only


This email address was not on the invite list for this event. Please use the email address that the invitation was sent to access the offer. The link is valid for one use only. Any queries please contact:


the blurb ... Vampettes get ready! Coming off the back of their biggest single ever ‘All Night’ with 300 million global streams and a number one UK album, The Vamps will continue to be centre stage in 2018 and will take Birmingham by storm. The Vamps are a four-piece pop rock band made up of Brad Simpson, James McVey, Connor Ball and Tristan Evans. In 2013, they released their debut single, Can We Dance?, which climbed to No.2 on the UK singles charts. Their debut album, Meet The Vamps, came out in 2014. Not only did it soar up the charts, but it also spawned four Top 4 singles: Can We Dance, Wild Heart, Last Night and Somebody to You. The Vamps released their second album, Wake Up, in late 2015. In July 2017 the band released Night Edition, the first half of their double album Night and Day. It features the single Middle of the Night which was released earlier this year and hit 3 million streams on Spotify in its first week. The Vamps are currently on a world tour promoting their third album along with their hits. Tickets are limited, so if all gone, please keep checking back for returns. Terms & Conditions Terms and conditions Showfilmfirst vouchers should be exchanged for tickets at the main box office on day of performance. General admission (may be restricted view). Ticket collections as follows: Birmingham - Ticket collection and entry between 6pm-7:30pm. Liverpool - ticket collection and entry between 6:30pm-7:30pm Manchester - ticket collection and entry between 6pm-7:30pm Nottingham - ticket collection and entry STRICTLY between 2 - 6pm from the main box office. STRICTLY: No late ticket pick up or admittance. Please note Age Restriction: Under 14 accompanied by an adult 18+, Under 14 year olds are not permitted on a standing floor, 14 and 15 year olds are only permitted on a standing floor when accompanied by an adult aged 18yrs + Guests are expected to be polite to the box office staff at all times and take the tickets that they are offered without asking for changes. All tickets are subject to availability and at the discretion of the Manager and subject to standard terms and conditions.

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Tickets to 'A Spoonful of Sherman' show in Yeovil - Thur 26th - 7:30pm - £2
LocalLocalFound 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Date - Thur 26th April Venue - Octagon theatre, Yeovil Time - 7:30pm Please note this deal is account specific but worth checking if you live close to Yeovil. Up to 4 tickets ca… Read more
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Just in the interval for this show (the tickets were available over 2 nights) and starting to recognise some of the songs now (Mary Poppins, Jungle Book, etc), so hopefully the second half will be more familiar. The singers are all very talented, just a shame the theatre is not even half full!

Tickets to the Vamps tonight (7:30pm) at Bournemouth BIC £2.50
LocalLocalFound 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Just received an email from ShowFilmFirst about the below, hopefully it benefits someone: We are beyond excited to bring you a very limited number of tickets for THE VAMPS at Bou… Read more
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Sorry offer has now ended. Expired. Brighton was already sold out.


They were giving away 4 comp tickets per staff member here, and the gig still hasn’t sold out (lol) oh dear.


Sorry it didn't work for you. I thought the bit about the email invite being exclusive was just for show.


Lot of vamps haters here Including myself


Next stop Butlin’s

Free tickets to watch: The Hurricane Heist - Research Screening @ Dratford showcase (invite only)
Found 20th JanFound 20th Jan D ate: Wednesday 24th January 2018 Pin 573517
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It's where Dick Dastardley's from


Not been to Dratford in a while.


Synopsis: 'A team of tech hackers embark on a $600 million robbery from a coastal U.S. mint facility at the same time a disastrous Category 5 hurricane is set to strike. The remaining people left in the deserted beach town are a meteorologist, a Treasury agent and the meteorologist’s ex-Marine brother. Together they not only must survive the hurricane, but also stop the mastermind thieves from accomplishing the heist of the century.' Blimey, they must have loads of lorries to fit $600 million dollars worth of mints in. I hope they are After Eights too, not those things you get at restaurants after a meal.


voted cold as it is invitation only- sorry


I think they were waiting for the main comments to blow over first

Free tickets to go watch Dick Whittington at the Manchester Opera House (£2 Admin fee)
Found 19th Dec 2017Found 19th Dec 2017
Maximum of 4 tickets per person only redeemable with a printed paper voucher (photocopies, electronic device copies or tampered vouchers will not be accepted) Most allocated ticke… Read more
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sorry did not see anywhere in that article where it mentions a manc has complained, source ?


Little awkward but its a bit of false advertising showing Ashley & Pudsey. Pudsey died earlier this year... worked to death...


Looks like the same jokes Barrowman and the Krankies did in Glasgow pantos for years without complaint. Mancs obviously need to lighten up!


Invite only


Looks a cracker I saw this on the BBC and thought you should see it: Dick Whittington panto jokes 'too smutty' for children -

Disaster artist - free previews @ Show Film First
Found 4th Dec 2017Found 4th Dec 2017
Lots of location
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Both the Franco brothers are swoon worthy.


That's not odd. They are not condoning it, merely finding out. They obviously know it happens. Won't surprise me if they restrict the service and/or rise the prices again.


Saw this last night, great movie, almost as good as The Room ;)


i concur


Watched it today. Really good film and not the usual story lines.

Stonger - Free preview Screening - SFF - 5/12/17
Found 4th Dec 2017Found 4th Dec 2017
Will probably go very quickly. Standard SFF offering, sign in / make account, choose number of tickets, print off ticket emailed to you or show at the cinema on the phone, PROFIT. … Read more
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How was it..?


Didn't mean to


You're a bully


Anyone after Manchester before i return them?


Just got one ticket for Finchley, check again guys ! And thanks for posting :D

Free Cinema Tickets  - The Man Who Invented Christmas  -  Sun   26/11/17  10:30  -  @ ShowFilmFirst
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Code 752522 Only 3 venues at the moment hope they add more !!! Seized with a vision of a story, Charles Dickens slips into the world of his novel, The Christmas Car… Read more

none for edinburgh? :( shame


Sheffield still available (y)


Are you on the wrong site XD


None left for Cardiff :(


If anyone has 2 for Colchester that they won't use myself and my fiancee would love them

Shalamar tickets £2 each for tomorrow night in Salisbury @ SFF
Found 15th Nov 2017Found 15th Nov 2017
Not for me, but hopefully someone can make use of this. You can request up to 4 tickets at a cost of £2 per ticket. Face value is over £30 with booking fee. Terms & Conditi… Read more
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Jeffrey Daniels did the moonwalk/back slide before Michael Jackson but Bill Bailey did it 1st (1955) scroll forward to 2:03



Ferret ears!


Boom tish! They should also take some friends with them because this is a dead giveaway!

Free Cinema Tickets - The Florida Project 05/11/17 @ Show Film First
Found 2nd Nov 2017Found 2nd Nov 2017
Code: 483995 The Florida Project Set over one summer, the film follows precocious 6-year-old Moonee as she courts mischief and adventure with her ragtag playmates and bonds with h… Read more
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Far from it.. Brilliant film..! Just not typical with a straight storyline..


Sadly that's what happens when you ask the average cinemagoer to engage their brain.


One of worst films I've ever seen. I stayed to the bitter end, but several people left during the showing I went to - not often you get that happening.


Booked a holiday to Disneyland based on this film


Don’t go. Thus film is dreadful.

The Florida Project  30/10/17 @ Show film first
Found 28th Oct 2017Found 28th Oct 2017
Set over one summer, the film follows precocious 6-year-old Moonee as she courts mischief and adventure with her ragtag playmates and bonds with her rebellious but caring mother, a… Read more
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Oh c'mon.. (shock)


LMAO (lol)


I saw this too as part of the Odeon Screen Unseen. Never again. My Odeon has lost my business for good. I have two other local cinemas that give great entertainment. The Florida Project is not entertainment. It is a social commentary (just imagine your local council sink estate with low level crime). Very worthy as a training film, but not worth paying for or seeing for free unless you want to spend 90 minutes getting seriously depressed and bored. If you have booked a free viewing via SFF, do yourself a favour and go to the pub instead.


Must agree with michaelstiff. This film is dire. My wife now refuses to go to Odeon Secret Cinema showings!


That was alright. The Florida Project is incredibly bad and I'm just trying to warn people about it. We had 40 viewers at our cinema and all were disappointed to put it mildly with some contemplating a riot !. The Florida Project deserves a minus figure on IMDB - its rating on there can only be explained by bus loads of social workers being paid to watch it for work.

Free Cinema Tickets - Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool - Sunday12th November 11am @ PictureHouse & Odeon Cinemas
Found 22nd Oct 2017Found 22nd Oct 2017
Thank you to Gloria Steeth who posted this on MSE Code - STAR78

me too, watched it yesterday, very sad life she had.


Saw the film yesterday and thoroughly enjoyed it, although it was rather emotional at the end. Glad I'd taken tissues! Thanks again, OP! :)


The code is given in the first post - STAR78


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