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Free Cinema Tickets-Codes Only, No Chat !

edited 21 February 2017 at 10:33AM in Freebies (no spend required)
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edited 21 February 2017 at 10:33AM in Freebies (no spend required)
This thread is for codes ONLY, NOT discussion.

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There are lots more offers, deals and "how-to" in the Cheap Cinema Tickets, Free Preview Cinema Tickets and Days Out Deals Notes.

What's the deal?

There are a host of hidden companies that allow you (and a friend) to see films for free, and before they're released; often thousands of tickets are available. These agencies work as publicists with the intention of getting people to spread the word about the films they see. It's good psychology, after all if you've seen something for nothing, you may be more favourable to it - meaning your friends may pay to see it.

Agencies

Sign up to agencies' email addresses so you'll be notified of the screenings. Be aware that you're likely to get some 'third party' promotional stuff through to the same address, that's the price you pay. You could use a second e-mail address for this sort of material; many freebie hunters do this as a matter of course. You can set up a Hotmail or Gmail account in minutes, just be sure to check it occasionally! (see this week's gmail Tip for info)

How do I then get to see a film?

When preview screenings become available, you'll recieve a code in your email which you can use to redeem tickets on the relevant website. Just type it in and follow the on-screen instructions to claim tickets. You'll usually get two tickets for each screening. They're non-transferable, so if you want to swap them you'll need to change the booked name by email.

See latest codes reported below

Many people publish the latest codes for films below, to use them you need to be registered with the above sites anyway. This thread is just for codes, if you want to discuss offers go to the Free Cinema Tickets Discussion Thread.


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  • edited 23 February 2017 at 2:22AM
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    edited 23 February 2017 at 2:22AM
    Posted at the request of the MSE Forum Team.

    This thread is for codes ONLY, NOT discussion.

    Many people publish the latest codes for films below, to use them you need to be registered with the above sites anyway. This thread is just for codes, if you want to discuss offers go to the Free cinema tickets discussion thread

    Free Registration

    http://www.showfilmfirst.com/ N.B. As tickets are claimed, the cinema will disappear from the list.

    For Students only

    Register with Slackers Club online or at your Picturehouse.

    Slackers Club announce the screening each month on Facebook and on Channel 4 and E4.

    Collect your ticket from the cinema.

    http://www.e4.com/slackers/

    Register a University email address with Student Money Saver

    http://www.studentmoneysaver.co.uk/student-film-first


    By subscription or as reward for customers.

    Subscribe to The Times and/or Sunday Times either online or the Newspaper, then register for Times+

    http://www.mytimesplus.co.uk/

    Subscribe to The Telegraph and register for their film club

    http://subscriber.telegraph.co.uk/loyalty/clubsandoffers/


    FYI This thread is only for cinema codes and links to sites where free tickets can be obtained.

    Everything else should be posted on the Discussion Threads.

    There are separate threads for show and concert ticket codes and discussions

    Please post codes for shows and concerts

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=2106851

    To discuss concerts and shows go to this thread.

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=2798490&highlight=free+theatre+co ncert+tickets

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    Go to "Thread Tools" on the green bar, click and you will see "Subscribe to this Thread" Choose "Instant Notification by email" then "Add Subscription".

    When you get an email alert, you need to be logged in to this forum when you read the thread. If not you will not receive anymore alerts and might miss out on codes.

    You need to be quick off the mark when you get the alert too.

    N.B. This thread is for Codes and Live Links ONLY.

    Please post ALL advance notices on the Discussion Thread.

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?p=68799259&utm_source=MSE_FS&utm_me dium=Email&utm_term=14-Jul-15

    Please do not post competitions in this thread. Please use the appropriate competition area of this this forum.
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