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Discounted Movie Tickets with NRMA Tix (Membership No. Required) - Adult $10.50, Child/Senior $8

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Got an email from NRMA about the discounted movie tickets.

Only your membership card no. required. [mine is free2go free membership for young people under 20, and works fine too)

One adult e-saver ticket is around $10.50; Senior & child (under 15) is $ 8. Works at Event Cinema and Greater Union.

The downside of this deal is you have to purchase at least 4 vouchers! But it's still a good bargain if you go with group of friends. Having said that, this deal may not be as cheap as the Optus ($10) &Telstra($11) one, nevertheless if you have kids this deal is the go-for one!

"1 x Adult admission. Not valid from 5pm Saturdays. Valid for 6 months from purchase date. Minimum of 4 vouchers per transaction. Other T&C's apply"
"This eVoucher is only valid for use at Event, Greater Union or Birch Carroll & Coyle cinema sessions. This eVoucher is not available for use at Moonlight Cinema, Skyline Drive In or Village Cinemas. This eVoucher is valid for 1x Adult or Student admission to a standard movie session. eVouchers are valid for 6 months from date of purchase. The onus is on the holder to use the eVoucher on or before the specified expiry date. After this period the barcode becomes void and cannot be used. Book your seats online at www.eventcinemas.com.au ."

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  • "Not valid from 5pm Saturdays"

    Useless for me then as that's the only time I go to the cinemas (not talking to you, OP).

    • I'd be surprised if you could find any discount tickets that don't have this condition

      • Grab an Entertainment Book. The Event Cinemas tickets that you purchase through that are valid any day, any time. Slightly more expensive at $12.20 a ticket but at least you'll be able to go on a Saturday night.

  • If you have to pay for the booking fee then it isn't cheaper.

  • telstra tickets is better IMHO

  • If there are no booking fees, then it's cheaper than Telstra.

  • The last time I used a voucher to book online at Event Cinemas I was charged a booking fee. That makes Telstra Thanks cheaper. But good deal nonetheless and you can give it to someone as a gift.

  • great thanks for this, I've been waiting months for cheap movie tickets !!

    anyone know if it would be valid at IMAX Darling Harbour ?

  • can anyone confirm that there is no booking fee.

    • there is booking fee, just tried with the voucher to book vmax 3D, booking fee is $1.1

      • Any surcharge for VMAX3D?

        • standard ticket is 19 dollars for adult while vmax 3D is 26 dollars. So when I use the voucher to book the Vmax 3D, I needed to pay $9 (standard to Vmax 3D) + $1 (3D glasses) + $1.1 (booking fee).

      • there would only be a booking fee if you book online, which is a garbage ripoff - does anyone even do that ?

        you shouldn't have any booking fees if you walk into the cinema and buy tickets…

    • Just booked 4 child tickets, no booking fee. $8X4, 6 month expire day, better than Telstra deal!