Unlimited 2 for 1 Cinema entry for 12 months with Car or Home Insurance @ Direct Line
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Unlimited 2 for 1 Cinema entry for 12 months with Car or Home Insurance @ Direct Line

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Found 12th Mar 2013
BOGOF WHENEVER YOU GO TO THE CINEMA!!! NO NEED TO WAIT FOR ORANGE WEDNESDAYS ANY MORE!!

Get a FREE Cinema Card giving you 2 for 1 entry at over 200 participating cinemas nationwide by simply taking out a car or home insurance policy online with Direct Line before 31st March 2013!!!

This offer is IN ADDITION to their current offers (i.e. 40% off Home Insurance). Also, if your Home insurance isn’t due for renewal, there’s also a handy £25 switching/cancellation fee which makes it even better!

As the 2 for 1 cinema ticket offer can be used on an unlimited basis, there’s no limit to the money you could save. So, if for example, you were to go to the cinema just a couple of times a month and the average ticket price was £7.20, then after a year you'd have saved over £172.80 - now that’s a lot of popcorn and in a lot of cases will offset the price of your home insurance!!!

IDEAL FOR FILM LOVERS LIKE ME! NO NEED TO WAIT FOR ORANGE WEDNESDAYS ANY MORE!!! ENJOY!!!

(Full Terms & Conditions of the offer are listed below)

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Saw that but none of the cinemas near me

Can someone point me in the direction of the list of cinemas? Thanks.

Original Poster

hollydolly

Saw that but none of the cinemas near me



Where abouts do you live?

As far as I know, there are Direct Line cinema partners right across the UK, including Odeon, Picturehouse, Reel and Showcase cinemas. There are also many independent cinemas around the country that will be participating.

Banned

Added more info to title so it's less misleading.

List of cinemas would be handy, we only have Vue here :-/

It looks as though there is a £1.60 booking fee per pair of tickets plus £1.50 p&p unless I am reading it wrong.

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the engineer

It looks like there is a £1.60 booking fee per pair of tickets plus £1.50 … It looks like there is a £1.60 booking fee per pair of tickets plus £1.50 p&p unless I am reading it wrong.




As far as I know, that's only when "Customers buy their cinema ticket vouchers online at the campaign website"...

too much faffing about

It's not a bargain unless their insurance is cheaper than the competition.

Never trust an insurance company that doesn't talk about prices - and ask why they won't go on comparison web sites!

Sid WF17

As far as I know, that's only when "Customers buy their cinema ticket … As far as I know, that's only when "Customers buy their cinema ticket vouchers online at the campaign website"...



Agreed but it looks as though that is the only way of buying the vouchers.
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