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Posted 12th Aug 2018

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Probably more chance of winning the lottery than these tickets.
Depends what area you are I’m in Coventry and there was plenty to be booked usually never get a look in as it’s always Birmingham closest
Tickets are allocated on a first come, first serve basis? Excellent! Finally my problems with premature climax pays off!
Edited by: "HyperLuminal" 12th Aug 2018
I could have got tickets for a few films recently, but none of the cinema's with available tickets are ever anywhere near me.
Edited by: "walker038" 12th Aug 2018
walker03823 m ago

I could have got tickets for a few films recently, but none of the …I could have got tickets for a few films recently, but none of the cinema's with available tickets are ever anywhere near me.


I usually have same issue pot luck I guess to be honest I forget to check it some
Nearest cinema 60 miles away and booked in minutes
Whats sky vip?? Do u have to register ??? I have sky broadband and landline do i get this???
Is it in the sky VIP app ?
Can't stand Kate McKinnon. Only saw her in Ghostbusters and she was bad.... Actually they were all bad in that.
34719839-AApTh.jpgMust be busted. Only the "Sky VIP" page says this. The rest of the My Sky app works fine.
All gone already as usual
There’s always a waiting list or more coming soon so frustrating 😡
Sky give out more tickets than there are seats in the cinema, because a certain amount of people dont turn up, so you could have the situation where you've got tickets, but when you trek all the way down to the cinema, you find that they've allocated all the seats and you've got nothing to watch
Edited by: "notoriouschucky" 12th Aug 2018
This was great when it first launched I seen a kids movie with my child and an adult movie with my partner but after that it went down hill always a waiting list and coming soon it's a farse on I gave up a long time ago.
Prefer the ballot at least inam getting stuff that way only been successful once with cinema
matthews947912th Aug 2018

Probably more chance of winning the lottery than these tickets.


Rubbish
signed up to vip with my old details last month.
logged in and got two tickets, no problem.
notoriouschucky12/08/2018 23:32

Sky give out more tickets than there are seats in the cinema, because a …Sky give out more tickets than there are seats in the cinema, because a certain amount of people dont turn up, so you could have the situation where you've got tickets, but when you trek all the way down to the cinema, you find that they've allocated all the seats and you've got nothing to watch


That’s a bonus as cinemas allow you to watch another film instead for free.
notoriouschucky10 h, 38 m ago

Sky give out more tickets than there are seats in the cinema, because a …Sky give out more tickets than there are seats in the cinema, because a certain amount of people dont turn up, so you could have the situation where you've got tickets, but when you trek all the way down to the cinema, you find that they've allocated all the seats and you've got nothing to watch


Whilst this is true, I've only ever seen it filled up once, at a London cinema. Most of the time it's about half to a third free seats left.

I might add that the people that didn't get a seat had all rocked up after the movie had started. If it says 6.30, that's when the actual movie starts.
Edited by: "Lewp" 13th Aug 2018
thedvdmonster13/08/2018 08:07

That’s a bonus as cinemas allow you to watch another film instead for free.


Highly unlikely, as the cinema has nothing to do with it, it's Sky staff checking you've got a ticket. If you then help yourself to an empty seat for a different film, that's a different story, but not exactly according to rules.
Lewp1 h, 29 m ago

Highly unlikely, as the cinema has nothing to do with it, it's Sky staff …Highly unlikely, as the cinema has nothing to do with it, it's Sky staff checking you've got a ticket. If you then help yourself to an empty seat for a different film, that's a different story, but not exactly according to rules.


No
all screenings have a sky rep who will allow admittance to another film if screening is over subscribed.
I wouldn’t bother there only in big city’s so no use to half the pop
So went to the viewing of this’s today was actually quite funny
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