If you love films and have a Cineworld cinema near you, then you more than likely own a Cineworld Unlimited card.
From just £16.90 you can see as many films as you like and as many times you want a month. The reality is if you go just 3 times a month to see a film then the card will give you a saving.
However, the card comes with additional benefits:
It gives you 10% off food and drinks at the cinema.
You get exclusive preview screenings of films before they are released, just this month they are showing the Johnny Depp film Black Mass ahead of its general release.
They also have done secret screenings where you do not know what you are seeing until the performance starts.
A 25% discount at Frankie and Benny’s and Chiquito restaurants.
Reduced ticket prices for Event Cinema, IMAX and D-Box screenings.
Take a friend for free with meerkat movies, use your card and a code to get 2 tickets.
You also get a regular unlimited exclusive email inviting you to enter competitions etc.
Budget better, knowing your cinema tickets are all paid for, even if no money at the end of the month, you can still go to the movies and advance book too, so I had my Star Wars: The Force Awakens ticket as soon as the advance box office opened.
Furthermore after having the card for 12 months, you are upgraded to a black card and no longer need to pay the uplift on 3D films, unless you lose your glasses of course. Your 10% food discount also increases to 25%
Like all offers, terms and conditions apply, the main one being that it is subject to a minimum contract of 12 months.
So what are you waiting for, sign up and get unlimited movies today http://www1.cineworld.co.uk/unlimited
Do you love the Unlimited card? Is Cineworld your cinema of choice! Do you think your non-Cineworld cinema are daft for not doing one? We would love to hear from you here at Barking Mad About Films
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