This was posted 4 years 10 months 9 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

Hoyts - Book of 10 Tickets for $100

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Just saw this in the Hoyts website, which mention this for limited time only.

Hoyts is celebrating 100 years by offering a book of 10 adult tickets for $100 + shipping express $7.50. That's $10.75 per ticket!

With the current adult ticket priced at about $15, I think this is quite a worthwhile savings especially with movies coming out soon such as Transformers 2, Ice Age 3, and Harry Potter. :)

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  • +2 votes

    Worth noting, from the Hoyts website:

    Super Saver vouchers are valid for any session except on Saturday after 5pm and are valid for 6 months from the date of purchase.

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      Six months expiry? I dunno; I only see a handful of movies each year…

  • +1 vote

    I thought Super Saves/Money savers books have always been available?

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      Is it always at this price though? I am not sure but I posted this anyway since it's specified as special limited only on the website.

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        Depends on the type of supersaver. Is there any restriction on these ones? I know there are several types of Supersavers (Unrestricted, ones exclude Fri/Sat nights after 5pm, and Mon-Thur only ones). If its unrestricted then its a good deal!

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        If you scroll down the page you can see the normal book of 10 as well ($125). So definitely a bargain.

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          It says in t&c that it excludes Sat after 5pm, La Premiere and Special Events. It's restricted but unlike those Mon-Thu one. This is way better!

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    Last time I bought tickets via my health fund a few months ago, it cost $10.50 a ticket.

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      Just checked today and they still cost the same. This is for either greater union or hoyts.

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        what is your health fund?

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          MBF, but I would think a few other organisations have similar deals

  • +1 vote

    i bought my non-restriction tickets to hoyts/village for $9.60 each :)
    can't buy it myself though. need a membership card that my friend have.

    ask around, maybe one of your friends have one.

    • +1 vote

      if you are with Woolworths, they have association of woolworths employees which sell dirt cheap ticket to most of event, place of interests and cinema around Australia.

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        However you need to pay to join, i think it's around $1.50 a week, no big deal.

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    Is there postage costs?

    Edit: Just saw the info

  • +1 vote

    What the? This is cheap nowadays?

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      Where have u been?

      Cost of cinema tickets at Hoyts are ridicolous unless you got other sources to buy from. Even Entertainment Book voucher for this year is 2 tickets for $25.

      I've been buying some fundraising tickets that few of my mates sell for $8-$10. But that's become rare and only works Mon-Thu.

  • +3 votes

    It's slightly cheaper the get the vouchers from http://boxoffice.smh.com.au/smh/tourevent/144/1644/3182/hoyt... or http://boxoffice.theage.com.au/theage/tourevent/136/1644/318... for $100 + $6.95(p&h), and these ones are also unrestricted.

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    I wish they would make the movies more affordable.

    half the time I see a movie the cinema is empty…..

    Why dont they make it $5 pp then people would go rather than DL stuff

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      I guess they still pack our Thur/Friday/Saturday nights to make enough money

  • +1 vote

    In QLD BCC have cards that they drop off in letterboxes that allow 4 people entry unrestricted entry for $8 (or thereabouts) for Carindale and Capalaba (and they used to do something similar for Indoroopilly as well). The tickets don't need to be relinquished but they expire after 6 or so months.

    Also members of the Broncos leagues club get a card for $10 tickets for 12 months (m'ship costs $10). Note that that was for the year ending 30 June 2009, I am not sure what they will do next year.

  • +1 vote

    I'll give this a plus. Last time we went to Hoyts in Norwood, Adelaide, the tickets were $17! That's mindblowing. So I guess this is okay, except I hate the saturday night restriction. I highly recommend joining the Palace/Nova club if you want cheap-ish tickets anytime.

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