Eastleigh’s Vue offers discount cinema tickets for all!

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Over 60's can enjoy discount tickets plus a cup of tea and a biscuit

Eastleigh’s popular multi screen cinema Vue has announced a range of money saving deals for the summer holidays, so even if it’s still raining there will be still something for the kids to do.

The Swan Centre movie house is extending its weekend ‘Kids Am’ deal to run throughout the school holidays.

Family friendly favourites are shown in Vue cinemas nationwide and tickets cost just £1.50 for 2D films and £2.75 for 3D films for children and accompanying adults alike. So a family of four can enjoy the latest kid’s films for as little as £6.

In addition you can buy a Family Ticket for normal screenings online or at the cinema –  and everyone pays a child price.
Senior citizens can also enjoy selected screenings for the over 60’s that not only gives a great discount, but includes a free cup of tea and a biscuit – while teens (13 – 18 years old) get 20% off all films at all times

Even if you don’t have a family, or are a teen or an oldie, you can still get a Saver Ticket that will give you 10% off ticket prices for all films starting before 5pm on a Wednesday and Friday or from 5pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday or a ‘Super’ Saver to bag a whopping 25% off regular ticket prices before 5pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays

For more information and a list of Kids AM screenings happening at your local Vue cinema visit www.myvue.com/offers-savings/kids-am

For more great offers for all of the family, be sure to visit www.myvue.com/offers-savings/latest-offers

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  4 comments for “Eastleigh’s Vue offers discount cinema tickets for all!

  1. Stephen Slominski
    May 14, 2012 at 5:45 pm

    I wonder if they serve Hob-nobs?

  2. May 14, 2012 at 10:25 pm

    I went to see a film at the Vue cinema once. This story pretty much sums up my experience too. http://eastleigh.over-blog.com/article-a-room-with-a-poor-vue-79807248.html

  3. Stephen Slominski
    May 14, 2012 at 11:03 pm

    Now I like the Vue and generally enjoy going, I like the VIP seats and I particularly enjoy watching 3d movies while scoffing nachos with Jalapenos – but as your BB post points out I too have found it pricey and rather LOUD.
    Even with a Family Ticket we’ve spent over £50 for 90 minutes of entertainment after we have bought a round of popcorn and fizz.
    So it’s not something we do very often – I’m sure we are not the only family in Eastleigh who can’t afford to go and watch a movie regularly.

  4. Jo
    May 15, 2012 at 8:31 am

    ‘Watch a film’please Stephen, not a movie. Let’s stave off all things American for as long as possible.

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