Anyone know what the offer on kidspass is this year, last year it was £161 for a year
Existing members could still benefit from this by recommending a friend to sign up, your friend can use this offer to save some money and then you’d get a free month for recommending them (highfive)
They're usually legit - I can get an Unlimited pass for £167 with my work scheme, so you'll tend to find folk on eBay selling them for about £25 or so above this for a decent profit - and it represents a good saving for buyers compared to the Cineworld website price. I think eBay have been clamping down on it, though, as you see quite a lot of listings getting pulled.
I’ve seen deals on eBay, and they seem considerably attractive. Some would question too attractive. Does anyone know they work, legit with someone abusing an employee discount system?
£10 off your first month of Unlimited Or get 10% off annual membership with voucher code @ Cineworld
I hope everyone realises you're allowed to bring food into cinemas, as long as it isn't warm food. I always go Tesco before cinemas and get cheap popcorn/drinks
For big releases the cinema might get to keep 10-20% of ticket price, in some cases this has been 0%(!). As weeks go by this improves so they might keep 80% after a month but attendance dramatically falls off too.
Ah Southampton. I lived there when Titanic (that ship that sunk because of the 6 day fire and built in Belfast so very poor quality) was released.
Ah Southampton. I lived there when Titanic (that ship that sunk because of the 6 day fire and built in Belfast so very poor quality) was released.
Well with showcase in Southampton open, I'm surprised Odeon is still open. They were forced to reduce prices of tickets and food however
£20 Gift card when you sign up to Cineworld unlimited (£18.40 p/m)
Use either of these codes on top and you get an extra month free. Tested today and works. Enjoy!! RAF-97NT-81BR-03UN-30XT RAF-40NR-23ZU-67BL-40RE
Used Annual19 and £30 clubcard to get it for £168 for a year. I only need to go less than 20 times a year to break even.
Me and my partner have had passes since Dec 31st, got them through my employee discount scheme and managed to get 13 months for the price of 12. Works out to be around £13ish a month, we worked out we'd broke even after 6 months, but we have watched alot of films. We both love the cinema so will be renewing when the time comes.
Can get the codes on ebay for £165. Or cheaper if you know someone with an employee's benefit site
Not sure how good these deals are anymore. Bought Odeon Unlimited but won't renewing as Odeon have dropped ticket prices locally to £6. Means I would have to visit 3 times a month & if ypu take 4 weeks holiday out of that I doubt I'd break even. Also it ties you to one cinema chain.
50% off First Months Subscription 10% off Annual Membership with Code @ Cineworld
They count using your Unlimited card as buying a ticket for Meerkat purposes.
be warned, its the discounts for restaurants are utter useless now.. (for my local area anyway) recently cancelled 2 unlimited cards and I'm thankful, all they've ever done is increase prices and remove features... also sometimes I used to go out for a meal, without going to the cinema, but now the local businesses only accept cineworld tickets to get discount on the food. worthless.
Can you explain how this works? Don't you have to "purchase" a ticket to get 2 for 1?
If you dont mind how much do you pay per year ? And how many times per month do you go to cinema ? Don't know if it be worth it for me as i usually only go maybe twice a month but with the card might probably go often and watch movies on my own aswell (lol)
Yep, same here. I find that it is the older people that talk and make a hassle throughout (not to mention them snoring loudly ;( )!
The one time I was disrupted during a film I went to see with unlimited was by an elderly gentleman watching The Post. He was sat in front of me, and spent the entire film explaning to his daugther (I assume) the process of printing newspapers. Not quietly either. It was a packed screening, and everyone else was a bit raging at him, but I figured he was enjoying himself so didn't let it distract me from the film.
I use mine as much for the 25% off at Bella Italia, must have made the annual cost back off that alone without the trips to the cinema (which I do 2-3 times a month).
That's fine, it's part of the experience, and besides once you are engrossed in the film whatever is happening on the screen is all that matters.
Just be aware, I have just cancelled mine because of the awful film times for 2D - the only screen you don’t have to pay extra for. The new Lego movie, their latest timing on the week of release was 1620... and during the week :/
If you have a friend who already has a pass just ask them for a referral code, you'll both get a free month. I've refereed a good few people with mine and had no issue, you get an e-mail to confirm. Off to see Captain Marvel 00:05 tonight 8)
Spare one if any one wants to use it: RAF-66LM-26CT-19GM-23GP
Code won’t work for non west end :/
£204 for 12 months ? Can be good if you go to the cinema more than twice. Especially on tues/wed (Meerkat code) If you have someone to go with on the weekend Don't think it is personally worth it for me though. If it was under £150 then maybe..
Please can you explain these hoops? I'm v interested. Cheers!
Stupid auto correct on my phone, for some reason Meerkat turns into meeting XD
Think I'm in group 3, only 1-month free. I have Greenwich O2 and West India quay on my account.
I think those now in group 1 are being offered 3 months free. (y)
Cineworld are meant to be taking over a large multiplex in Belfast called Odyssey Cinemas. I'm hoping it's still going ahead so I can get this deal but Belfast isn't listed
I just tend to find it makes films darker and less enjoyable, plus I'm colour blind so it makes the scenes appear quite washed out. When they're available in both formats I always avoid 3D. I usually find the auditorium is quieter that way anyway.
I've watched a few but it's just a gimmick imo it won't make a crap film any better! 😄
Posted 26th Jul 2018Posted 26th Jul 2018
Movies For Juniors for £2.50 @ Cineworld£2.50
Want to introduce your children to the exciting world of cinema? Then get involved with Movies For Juniors, our discounted weekly screenings of kids films at Cineworld Cinemas. Adu… Read more
Last movie I paid full price for 2 adults was over £30 for just the tickets. V blueray for £10 or digital rental for £2-4. Some films though you have to see first at the cinema though which is where they have you, and why those films are excluded from any ticket deals 😥
Cinemas way too overpriced. If you want drink and food..... that doubles the cost. How they have got away with it for so long. Think £1.50 kids price realistic
The problem is its says from 2.50... From!
agree on the above, many used to refer to it as the pound club a few years ago, billed as a way of getting kids into the cinemas but they got greedy. I once went an email to their CEO to ask how they could justify the increase effectively told me because it was so busy. They do show recent films and its worth waiting for many of the kids films over paying through the nose for the non M4J films. Other cinemas have the same but with the exception of some of the odeons they can be cheaper.
TBH, cold from me. Prices have shot up recently - they were £1 per ticket not long back and I think that was the sweet spot. Now,for a family of four, it's generally cheaper to buy the Bluray. That, or the films are that old, they're already on the streaming services. I know that the cinema is an 'experience' etc, and this is cheaper than the standard price, but you need to factor in the age of the film and the fact that you're probably going to see and hear very little of it.
Posted 1st Oct 2020Posted 1st Oct 2020
Cinema tickets £4 for Re-releases and most films released before October - just £4 per ticket @ Cineworld£4
EDIT: Get in quick if you want to take advantage of this! Sounds like they are closing from some point next week. Cineworld to close all UK and US venues putting thousands of jobs… Read more
My Local is a Vue cinema but i visit cineworld usually for 4DX experience but such a shame staff losing jobs :S I'm hoping Vue remain open as i love to go 5-6 times a month (embarrassed)
It should have been, yes. Only when it is a premium format which costs more than a standard 2D performance do you have to pay an uplift charge on the Meerkat Movies ticket.
Me too, I missed the cinema most of all during lockdown, it feels like we're going back in, I have been Unlimited for 20 years since it started and I'm gutted, I just booked a last visit on Thursday and it's going to be a sad day & those poor staff on their last day at work ;( Should be boycotting bloody Bond but that will hurt the cinemas even more when they finally reopen.
https://twitter.com/cineworld/status/1313148757035409413 > We can confirm that all Cineworld cinemas in the UK and Ireland will be temporarily closed from Friday, October 9. For more information and frequently asked questions, click here >> http://bit.ly/CWClosureOct
Posted 14th Jul 2020Posted 14th Jul 2020
CINEWORLD - Free £5 voucher for every £25 spent on gift vouchers£25
Pretty good deal for families and regular cinema goers for when the cinemas open back up on 31st July. For every £25 you spend on gift vouchers, they'll send a voucher for another… Read more
It's a brave person to be buying vouchers (i.e. something of no value if the company goes under) from a company in a sector heavily affected by COVID-19 and also vulnerable to a severe economic downturn - they are reliant on the sort of discretionary spending that drops like a stone in a recession.
Not even for 100% bonus!
Yes. We did this before. Sign up via Quidco too as we got 1 month free
Possibly! You can buy a year in advance for about £220. Think you'd save about £35?
Posted 6th Mar 2020Posted 6th Mar 2020
£5 free when you buy a £25 Gift card @ Cineworld£25
Buy a £25 gift card and get a bonus card with £5 to spend
I use Meerkat code 2 for 1 Tues/Wed at Cineworld and go to Vue all other times.
Will never go back since it's £11.40 adult and like £8 child for a movie Vue is far better and is always £5 a ticket
I love cinema deals Always got everyone saying “Cold. 4.99 at my vue” THATS YOUR VUE There is a cineworld and an odeon within 10 mins of where I live and they are not a fiver a ticket.
Marked cold. Cheaper at Vue, even after this deal.
Voted hot as it’s a good deal (y) yet Cineworld is too overpriced i have one in my town yet i drive 7 miles to Odeon at Manchester Trafford centre (annoyed) Cineworld is £10.95 a ticket and Odeon is £6 and seating there is a bit more comfortable too :) I used to have a unlimited card for years yet prices kept upping and i couldn’t do the family meal deals when i went with my Mrs and kids, needed 2 adult tickets and i think was 2 kids yet they claimed it wasn’t valid because i had a card (fierce) so found Odeon was so much cheaper so cancelled it and never been back since.
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Cineworld IMAX Festival - Tickets for £3.75 at IMAX Screenings (Joker / Avengers: Endgame / Lion King 2019 / Spider-Man: Far From Home)£3.75
UPDATE ; Most IMAX cinemas have added a 2nd showing of Joker at 2250 as well as original 2000 showing. Feb 22nd. 4 IMAX films in 1 day at 18 Cineworlds with IMAX screens. £3.75 per… Read more
It It should be at least IMAX with Laser CoLa (single 4K projector). I don’t believe Cineworld are installing any non-Laser IMAX new-builds nowadays.
You’re probably right. I only use my unlimited card for standard 2d, or i will upgrade to imax or 4DX. Screen X is a waste of money so I don’t bother with that.
Standard 3D is free but the other premium formats still have the uplift charge. I read somewhere (will try and find where) that it's not getting IMAX with laser; have you read otherwise?
It’s about a fiver extra but once you’ve had your card for 12 months it’s then free. Plus the food and drink discounts are a bonus
Was trying to find out what the uplift charge is for IMAX for you but Cineworld do not make it easy! (confused) These are the uplift charges for Cineworld, Sheffield to give you an idea of what they might be.
Classic gift cards, delivered by post, available in values from £10 to £100 and redeemable online or at the box office of your chosen cinema.
EGift vouchers, delivered by e-mail, in values from £10 to £190 and only redeemable online.
Unlimited gift boxes, delivered by post, allowing unlimited cinema visits for a year and presented in a gift box.
Unlimited eGifts, delivered by e-mail, to be redeemed at a Cineworld outlet for a real card.
Seasonal offers, with appropriate designs on the Gift Cards, are also available at, for example, Christmas.
Cineworld opened its first cinema screens to the public in Stevenage in July 1996. From this single venue, growth has been rapid with new multiplexes regularly opening around the country. The company has bought up several rivals over the years, including UGC, which was previously French owned, and more recently the 24 arthouse venues making up the Picturehouse Cinemas chain. Cinemas are continuously upgraded to include new technology, with the company being one of the first to include 3D facilities at most of its locations, while 4DX technology is now available at some of its cinemas. Cineworld has nine IMAX locations and its multiplexes feature what's claimed to be the world's tallest cinema in Glasgow. Sheffield boasts the most Cineworld screens at one multiplex, with 20 screens available for customers to choose from.
Cineworld: Cinema Finder and Online Shop
Cineworld offers customers an easy way to find their desired cinema. On the Cineworld homepage at www.cineworld.co.uk simply:
Use the "Select my cinema" button.
Wait for the "Find a cinema" box to appear.
Enter your preferred town, city or postcode.
Now, a list of the nearest cinemas will appear.
Cineworld's online shop allows users of its website to book tickets, buy gift cards and the company's "Unlimited cards". Preferred individual seats can be reserved, using convenient plans of the chosen cinema, and 3D glasses can also be booked, when needed.
Product Range at Cineworld.co.uk
Cineworld's website allows customers to book tickets to any film or films they'd like to see. In addition, products such as gift cards, eGift cards and the company's "Unlimited cards" can be purchased. The website sections include:
What's On: An area which directs customers to first enter their preferred cinema location before listing screenings available.
Unlimited Card: A section that allows customers to apply for the Cineworld deal.
Gifts: This is where you can look up presents including gift cards and eGift cards.
4DX: Here you can browse through a listing of films available in this format.
IMAX: This provides you with an explanation of this format and availability of films and locations in 4DX.
VIP: This section is for those wishing to book this Cineworld experience with added extras available at selected locations, including access to a special VIP Lounge.
SuperScreen: Here you'll find information about cinemas equipped with this Cineworld sound and screening upgrade, along with films available in this format.
Deals from Cineworld
Cineworld's "Unlimited card" is an ongoing deal offered to all Cineworld customers and available to buy online at cineworld.co.uk/unlimited.
For a set monthly fee, the card allows an individual customer to see as many films as he or she likes. There is no limit to the number of times that fans of a particular film can see that film, but there is a restriction of one ticket per card for each screening. The card can only be used by the designated user, and the is issued with a photo to ensure this. Extras, such as the company's premium seats, attract an added fee as do films screened in 3D.
To buy one of these cards, customers will need to provide:
A valid bank card or voucher code.
A bank account for monthly payments.
Personal details, including an address where the card can be posted to.
A recent photo of themselves or the person the card is being bought for.
To use an "Unlimited card", customers should:
Login to their unlimited account before making their booking.
Enter their personal details and account number.
Proceed with the booking in the normal way.
Pick up their ticket at the booking office by showing their card.
The card can also be used at a Cineworld box office both for advance bookings and to gain access to any film. Additional charges may apply to certain films, screenings and seats.
The is particular Cineworld card has its own enquiry line on: 0330 3334444.
Why Cineworld Customers Love the Unlimited Card
Ordering Products on Cineworld.co.uk
Cineworld doesn't require customers to register before buying tickets online. Registration for a My Cineworld Account, however, is free and offers the advantage of cheaper tickets. Cineworld says there are other benefits to a My Cineworld Account such as faster future booking and access to exclusive benefits. Furthermore, the Cineworld website allows customers to select specific seats at their chosen screening.
Physical tickets booked online can be picked up at one of Cineworld's advance booking ticket collection machines at the chosen cinema. Customers will need to use the credit or debit card used when making the booking to gain access to their tickets.
Cineworld has a handy mobile app available for both iOS and Android. The Cineworld app allows registered users to find their nearest cinemas, browse trailers and securely book tickets. Users can also personalise settings by, for example, marking certain cinemas as favourites.
There is also a Cineworld Magazine available app which delivers a free magazine to tablets and smartphones of registered users each month. Cineworld says the magazine has the highest circulation of any comparable film title.
Customers who have booked using the company's mobile app will receive an e-mail containing a QR code. The Cineworld staff will scan this code to allow access to the cinema, either from a mobile phone or a print out of the e-mail.
Cineworld – Accepted Payment Methods
Cineworld accepts online payment via MasterCard, Maestro, Visa, and American Express.
Customers can use a Cineworld gift or eGift card to pay online for their tickets or use their 'unlimited card'. PayPal, however, is not accepted by Cineworld as payment for any of its products.
Cinema tickets cannot be posted to customers, but need to be picked up at the designated cinema. Customers who have chosen to buy physical gift cards can choose a variety of delivery methods. These are:
First Class Post which comes with a £1.50 fee
Recorded Delivery for £2.50
Courier delivery which costs £7
Cancellations on Cineworld.co.uk
Cineworld allows customers to cancel their booking once it’s been made, provided they have registered for a My Cineworld account upon booking. Customers should:
Log in to their My Cineworld account.
Review their purchases.
Cancel the tickets no longer needed with the click of a button.
Cineworld notes that only the customer who has made the booking can cancel the ticket(s). Cancellations can be made up to two hours before the screening time and are only available for tickets bought online.
Cineworld on Social Media
Cineworld has a comprehensive social media presence and can be found on:
There is also a regularly updated Cineworld blog previewing upcoming releases.
Customers can choose from a variety of ways to get in touch with Cineworld:
An information line is open from Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 22:00, the number is 0871 2002000. This number can also be used to book cinema tickets by phone, with an extra booking fee applied as opposed to prices charged online. Customers should note that calls to this line cost 12p per minute, plus the standard network connection charge.
Customers can also choose to call Cineworld's general information number on 0333 0033444, with lines open Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 22:00. There is a dedicated helpline for users of Cineworld's "Unlimited card". The number is 0330 3334444, and lines are open Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 22:00. Customers who wish to e-mail Cineworld can do so at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Those who prefer to write to the company can send correspondence to:
Cineworld plc 8th Floor Vantage London Great West Road Brentford, TW8 9AG United Kingdom
When you're looking for the best deals at Cineworld, the dedicated page on HotUKDeals will keep you up to date with the latest and best bargains from this cinema group.