Sweet Sundays at Cineworld starts again from 7th June.  Collect 4 codes from M&Ms, maltesers pouches etc.
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Sweet Sundays at Cineworld starts again from 7th June. Collect 4 codes from M&Ms, maltesers pouches etc.

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Found 20th May 2013
Spotted the Sweet Sundays offer on bags of M&Ms in Sainsburys Worthing yesterday. Read the details and the Sweet Sunday offer where you buy 4 packs and get a free Sunday cinema ticket doesn't officially start unitl 7th June.
Only the chocolate m&m's had the offer on at the moment, but worth looking out for if you are going to take advantage of the fact they are currently half price.

Tesco extra stores have these at £1
Tesco express have these 80p at time of posting 15/6/13
- hotscot
Just to update, Sainsburys £1 offer has finished, but they are on offer in other supermarkets. I have also seen some in Poundland

73 Comments

u still have to spend 4 quid to get the ticket so no saving

markadamstocks

u still have to spend 4 quid to get the ticket so no saving



Yeh but you get 'free' sweets + most cinemas are £6ish these days

just cut four vouchers out with stanley blade in a supermarket then thats a free ticket thats my plan anyway

They are codes at the bottom of the packet, so good luck with your plan ashmac lol

Banned

markadamstocks

u still have to spend 4 quid to get the ticket so no saving



what a stupid, pathetic thing to say. youre clearly not intelligent!

markadamstocks

u still have to spend 4 quid to get the ticket so no saving



Where can I buy a ticket to the movies for £4, my local Cinema charges £10.45 or £12.45 for 3D oO and I'm probably looking at another £10+ if I buy four bags of M&M's while I'm in there


Edited by: "kiwikeen" 20th May 2013

good deal as per usual espesh wen people would buy the sweets anyway even if you just got the sweets for ticket alone its still a good saving on adult admission circa 8 quid in yorkshire so god knows how much down south heat !!!

It's £3.50 - £6.50 in my cinema per ticket,

Thanks mate.My kid buys sweets anyway.So a good saving for me !Cheers

£8.50 in my local cinema. Pricey as !@!@!

good deal used it few times last year. alas it cost me at the dentist. but worth it good deal

Are these valid for 3D?

Britneyfan

good deal used it few times last year. alas it cost me at the dentist. … good deal used it few times last year. alas it cost me at the dentist. but worth it good deal



Not sure if serious or...

Original Poster

reaper200

Are these valid for 3D?


I don't think they are.

£4.16 for cinema ticket and get free sweets. Anyway it's a bargain.

thanks for the heads up - trouble is once a bag is open, you end up eating them all!!!!

thanks, got 4 tickets last time

How does it work with the codes online, do you need to print out the tickets or do you get a voucher or something sent out to you?
Hot deal either way as a ticket sets you back about £7 in Glasgow.

Any idea what cinemas these can be used in?

Yes! Loved this offer last year, will definitely take advantage of it this year.

It probably works out at 4 packs of sweets for free, if you shop around, say Asda and get 2 x 2 packs for £3.00

discowill

Yeh but you get 'free' sweets + most cinemas are £6ish these days

Owned.

I used these at cineworld last year you just stick the code in on the website and use the ticket collection things with your debit card at the cinema. Great deal

andymc1989

Any idea what cinemas these can be used in?



Cineworld, mate

Can anyone confirm what size bags I should be looking for please....? Is it the 185g bags?
Thanks x

brumblesmum

Can anyone confirm what size bags I should be looking for please....? Is … Can anyone confirm what size bags I should be looking for please....? Is it the 185g bags?Thanks x


155g-185g

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Don't you need to buy the promotional packs to get the codes? Saw these in Sainsbury's the other day but they didn't have the movie reel graphic at the top of the packet...

Update: Just read the post properly... my bad.
Edited by: "shakallis" 20th May 2013

can you use the codes from last years packs.. forgot to claim didn't i..(_;)

I did this last time and you were limited to 2 tickets -8 codes but ended up using sons and partners emails. Also got extra 75p of voucher for more packs - so great deal

greenthyme

I did this last time and you were limited to 2 tickets -8 codes but ended … I did this last time and you were limited to 2 tickets -8 codes but ended up using sons and partners emails. Also got extra 75p of voucher for more packs - so great deal



Yep, me too. Cracking deal

good deal

markadamstocks

u still have to spend 4 quid to get the ticket so no saving



i don't think you understood the deal, never mind leave it for the rest of us...

jgsdesai

i don't think you understood the deal, never mind leave it for the rest … i don't think you understood the deal, never mind leave it for the rest of us...



If he doesn't want the sweets and his local cineworld charges £3.50 for a ticket then £4.16 is a bad deal. For everyone else it's free sweets when you buy a ticket and possibly a cheaper ticket

great stuff

drifter3

what a stupid, pathetic thing to say. youre clearly not intelligent!

If I was to be petty enough to mock someone's intelligence, I'd make sure I knew how to use an apostrophe, otherwise you could end up looking like an idiot - rather than just a troll.

Banned

Holdsworth

If I was to be petty enough to mock someone's intelligence, I'd make … If I was to be petty enough to mock someone's intelligence, I'd make sure I knew how to use an apostrophe, otherwise you could end up looking like an idiot - rather than just a troll.



Well, im not really interested in whether my grammar is correct or not tbh, if i was i'd have said 'TO BE HONEST' instead of tbh, unless i'm being tested by you for some sort of English exam? The comment which was made was totally stupid, so i said so and hopefully that person can now see that this is a good deal and work out why.
The problem with people like you is that youre so weak emotionally, touchy, politically correct and huffy, you seem to think ive ruined this poor lads life by saying what i did? Grow up.

drifter3

Well, im not really interested in whether my grammar is correct or not … Well, im not really interested in whether my grammar is correct or not tbh, if i was i'd have said 'TO BE HONEST' instead of tbh, unless i'm being tested by you for some sort of English exam? The comment which was made was totally stupid, so i said so and hopefully that person can now see that this is a good deal and work out why. The problem with people like you is that youre so weak emotionally, touchy, politically correct and huffy, you seem to think ive ruined this poor lads life by saying what i did? Grow up.

Emotionally weak and huffy and politically correct? And you got all that from my sentence? You are truly amazing, and here was I thinking I was merely defending someone's comment and opinion, against your vitriol. And how nice, that thanks to you, the person can see what a good deal it is, and how stupid of them to think otherwise. Shame on them, and thank you for your altruism.

How long will the offer be on for? Is it worth stocking up?

Banned

Holdsworth

Emotionally weak and huffy and politically correct? And you got all that … Emotionally weak and huffy and politically correct? And you got all that from my sentence? You are truly amazing, and here was I thinking I was merely defending someone's comment and opinion, against your vitriol. And how nice, that thanks to you, the person can see what a good deal it is, and how stupid of them to think otherwise. Shame on them, and thank you for your altruism.



wow, you really are moved by this aren't you (notice apostrophe this time). You accuse me of being a troll, pettiness and of being stupid for pointing out a stupid comment which was made of which the only person who seems to be offended is you, so yes , i can work out exactly what kind of person you are.
Perhaps you also noticed i didnt use capitals in my original comment either? guess why, it doesnt matter that much. And as for the persons opinion, i dont have a problem with anyone having an opinion so i dont understand why you feel the need to defend the persons entitlement to it, unless in defence you mean 'agree'?
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