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Odeon Cinemas: freeze or refund Limitless members who don't feel safe to return to cinemas yet

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Odeon Cinemas say they're reopening in July. Regular cinema-goers have the choice to spend three hours inhaling the exhaled breath of strangers, or to stay at home, save their money, and wait till they feel safer.
Odeon aren't letting Limitless customers make that choice. Odeon have told Limitless members their subscriptions will start running out as of mid-July. We can't freeze them, and we can't cancel them for a pro-rata refund. We ask them for clarity, and they request our membership number then fall silent.
Please sign this petition to ask them to let us freeze or cancel for a refund!
http://chng.it/DCvyt5kx

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  • JJ_EganJJ_Egan Forumite
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    Any poster with for identical posts loses any sympathy from me .
  • montyrebelmontyrebel Forumite
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    if government thinks its safe enough for them to reopen then you dont have any sort of case as it is then down to your personal choice
    mortui non mordent
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    DCFC79DCFC79 Forumite
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    edited 3 July at 2:15PM
    Im not signing as you dont have to go, you could cancel your subscription and watch films using another method.
    You could always buy your own oxygen mask plus tank and use that when you go to the cinema. 
  • owen-bowen-b Forumite
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    if government thinks its safe enough for them to reopen then you dont have any sort of case as it is then down to your personal choice
    Wrong. They have a responsibility to not force customers to hand over money for a service that simply isn’t safe.
  • jon81ukjon81uk Forumite
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    owen-b said:
    if government thinks its safe enough for them to reopen then you dont have any sort of case as it is then down to your personal choice
    Wrong. They have a responsibility to not force customers to hand over money for a service that simply isn’t safe.
    But Odeon says it is safe.


  • bradders1983bradders1983 Forumite
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    owen-b said:
    if government thinks its safe enough for them to reopen then you dont have any sort of case as it is then down to your personal choice
    Wrong. They have a responsibility to not force customers to hand over money for a service that simply isn’t safe.
    In your opinion. The Government are allowing cinemas to open under certain conditions. If you feel they aren't adhering to these, speak to the HSE.
  • LABMANLABMAN Forumite
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    owen-b said:
    if government thinks its safe enough for them to reopen then you dont have any sort of case as it is then down to your personal choice
    Wrong. They have a responsibility to not force customers to hand over money for a service that simply isn’t safe.
    They don't.
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