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Spoke too soon again.:o
Vue have now done a u-turn on their new pricing and will continue to charge £4.99 a ticket all day, every day. Didn't realise the new Cineworld cinema was such a threat what with having to pay for the carparking due to it being in the city centre.
Our Cineworld charges £9 and £1 less off-peak, plus parking charges. Whilst the Vue just down the road now continues to charge £4.99 all day every day even though brand new recliners are being fitted in every screen.
Oh, and Cineworld have just put their online booking fee up from 70p to 75p today. Every little helps I suppose.:(
I guess our new Cineworld is not looking on the 20 year old Vue as competition.
I would be interested to know if it is just the seating that is being upgraded. Because our 20 year old Vue will (possibly) still have the same 20 year old AV equipment, whereas brand new cinemas will be equipped with the latest Laser projectors and dolby atmos sound.