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    • By MSE Martin 10th Jan 07, 5:54 PM
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    Kids cheap weekend Cinema deals
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    • 10th Jan 07, 5:54 PM
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    Kids cheap weekend Cinema deals 10th Jan 07 at 5:54 PM
    What's the deal?

    Many cinemas run cheap weekend showings of kids' films. Depending on which you go to, it can cost as little as !!!163;1.50 for entry for 1 adult and a child.

    How can I get the tickets?

    You can now book online for most cinemas, but you can just as easily turn up on the day to get these prices.

    Vue cinemas have a 'Kids AM' club which costs !!!163;1.50 per child ticket. One adult goes free with each child, and extra adults pay !!!163;1.50. Click the link above to find out times and details of showings in your local cinema.

    Cineworld runs a saturday morning club which costs !!!163;1 per head for adults and children. There is no specific info about it on the Cineworld site, but you can find out which films are on offer at each cinema.

    Odeon cinemas' 'Kids club' offers a similar deal to Vue, except it costs !!!163;2.50 for a child and one free adult ticket. Extra adults pay !!!163;2.50. Again just click through to see what's available in your area.

    Anything else I should know?

    Discounted tickets are generally available for selected screenings only, and the films shown are usually a few months old.

    Thanks go to brookchris for the original post.
    Last edited by Former MSE Lawrence; 23-01-2007 at 6:22 PM.
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