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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Going Out Deals
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Going Out Deals
Cineworld Unlimited cards for myself and my wife were due for renewal, so thought I'd look to see if Kids Pass trial membership (£1) would still offer me the Cineworld e-vouchers, as used 12 months ago to purchase the Unlimited cards in the first place.

YES. Took roughly 20 minutes to sign up to Kids Pass trial, pay £1, get activation email, activate account, login in and purchase Cineworld 2x Unlimited (excluding West End) voucher. Voucher arrived by email moments later.

Phoned Cineworld's renewal line as per instruction on the voucher, gave them existing card numbers and the two e-voucher numbers. Membership renewed, and now get black cards, which means no additional charge for 3d (although uplift still applies to IMAX), also will get 25% instead of 10% discount off the grossly inflated (300%+?) cinema snacks and drinks.

Standard annual price for the Cineworld Unlimited cards is £214.80 (no saving over monthly cost). The vouchers cost £157.14 each. A saving of £57.66 x2 less £1 for Kids Pass trial.
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  • edited 17 May 2018 at 5:42PM
    BrowntoaBrowntoa Forumite, Board Guide
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    edited 17 May 2018 at 5:42PM
    Referral posts are only allowed in the existing thread on referral section (where you have already posted)

    Referral post now removed , was not the original poster
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  • austonicaustonic Forumite
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    Browntoa wrote: »
    Referral posts are only allowed in the existing thread on referral section (where you have already posted)
    I posted this several months ago, and there is no 'referral' here - I get no benefit from anyone else seeking the discount, I provided no link, and I am merely sharing the information.
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  • BrowntoaBrowntoa Forumite, Board Guide
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    Sorry, someone posted their referral link yesterday

    I'll edit my earlier post now
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  • MLWMLW Forumite
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    austonic wrote: »
    Cineworld Unlimited cards for myself and my wife were due for renewal, so thought I'd look to see if Kids Pass trial membership (£1) would still offer me the Cineworld e-vouchers, as used 12 months ago to purchase the Unlimited cards in the first place.

    YES. Took roughly 20 minutes to sign up to Kids Pass trial, pay £1, get activation email, activate account, login in and purchase Cineworld 2x Unlimited (excluding West End) voucher. Voucher arrived by email moments later.

    Phoned Cineworld's renewal line as per instruction on the voucher, gave them existing card numbers and the two e-voucher numbers. Membership renewed, and now get black cards, which means no additional charge for 3d (although uplift still applies to IMAX), also will get 25% instead of 10% discount off the grossly inflated (300%+?) cinema snacks and drinks.

    Standard annual price for the Cineworld Unlimited cards is £214.80 (no saving over monthly cost). The vouchers cost £157.14 each. A saving of £57.66 x2 less £1 for Kids Pass trial.
    Can you remember where the link actually is - I can get to where I can buy individual tickets but there;s no mention of unlimited card? Thanks
  • austonicaustonic Forumite
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    Sorry, no, don't remember other than it wasn't obvious.

    I've subsequently renewed using a corporate employee discount programme.
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  • eklipzeeklipze Forumite
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    You can get Cineworld vouchers from Tesco Clubcard too £10 in Clubcard vouchers gets you £30 in Cineworld vouchers so your £214.80 becomes a little over £70 in vouchers.

    I cannot remember what happened with the extra "rounding" money, I'd have to look up my emails.
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