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HOYTS Friends and Family Offer - $8.50 Standard, $25 LUX

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Just received an email for $8.50 standard tickets and $25 Lux tickets.

"Starting today you can purchase $8.50* Standard Movie E-cineVouchers and $25^ HOYTS LUX E-cineVouchers!

Your E-cineVouchers can be purchased online at the HOYTS Gift Store and can be used from February 15, for sessions between February 15 and March 31 2018. Minimum order of 2 per transaction. A maximum of 10 E-cineVouchers can be purchased per transaction."

$8.50 Standard - https://store.hoyts.com.au/#/products/400
$25 LUX - https://store.hoyts.com.au/#/products/401

T&C's
*$8.50 Standard Movie Voucher Terms & Conditions: $8.50 Standard Movie vouchers are only available for purchase online. Vouchers must be exchanged at the Box Office or Candy Bar or redeemed at HOYTS.com.au for your ticket (online booking fees will apply). Voucher is redeemable for one (1) general admission ticket for one (1) person: From February 15, for use on sessions screening between 15 February 2018 - 31 March 2018 and are valid for a one time use only (surcharges apply on Friday and Saturday after 5pm). Not valid for sessions of Black Panther prior to February 26, 2018. For any Bean Bag Cinema, 3D and/or Xtremescreen movie session with an upgrade fee, which will be applied at time of redemption. Vouchers cannot be exchanged, extended or replaced. A maximum of 10 E-cineVouchers can be purchased per transaction. Minimum order of 2 per transaction. Offer available for sale for a limited time only. Vouchers cannot be redeemed on public holidays or for group bookings, marathons, Girls’ Night Out or special event screenings
^$25 HOYTS LUX Voucher Terms & Conditions: $25 HOYTS LUX Vouchers are only available for purchase online. Vouchers must be exchanged at the Box Office or Candy Bar or redeemed at HOYTS.com.au (fees apply for online redemption) and does not guarantee a seat to the session of your choice. We recommend that you book your tickets in advance. A booking fee may apply. Persons under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all times within the HOYTS LUX areas. Voucher is redeemable for one (1) HOYTS LUX admission at HOYTS Cinemas in Australia: Valid for redemption for sessions Monday – Wednesday only. From February 15, for use on sessions screening between 15 February 2018 - 31 March 2018 and are valid for a one time use only. Not valid for sessions of Black Panther prior to February 26, 2018. Vouchers cannot be exchanged, extended or replaced. A maximum of 10 E-cineVouchers can be purchased per transaction. Minimum order of 2 per transaction. Offer available for sale for a limited time only. Vouchers cannot be redeemed on public holidays or for group bookings, marathons, Girls’ Night Out or special event screenings.
Full terms and conditions available here. Online booking fees of $1.50 per general admission ticket and $3.00 per HOYTS LUX ticket apply. Surcharges apply on Xtremescreen, 3D and Bean Bag sessions.

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  • Wow, $1.50 booking fee per ticket is a bit rich!! Makes it $10 for standard and $28 for lux ($3 booking fee per ticket!)

  • This is just a matching offer to Events. Even the conditions are mirror match.

  • and what GOOD movies do we get..

  • No surcharge for recliner?

    • Can't find it mentioned anywhere…

      However, they sting you for an extra $4 for after 5pm Friday and Saturday.

    • They renovated my local hoyts with every seat being a recliner, so I'm pretty sure the recliner should have no additional charge.

  • Excludes BLACK PANTHER !!!! ……. that's literally the only thing worth going to the movies for. :(

    • Agreed, nothing else to really see besides Black Panther. Although I've heard good things about All the Money in the World, that may be worth a watch.

    • Not valid for sessions of Black Panther prior to February 26, 2018

      You just have to wait a few weeks… 😢

    • cough paddington 2 cough

      • +2 votes

        Not sure if sarcasm, but I think it was genuinely one of the funniest and most heartfelt movies I saw last year. Very very clever.

        • uhhhh, I wasn't being sarcastic in the slightest, the trope of fake coughing usually indicates trying to subtly dropping a hint.

    • Cinemas do this every year. Whenever there is a lull in major movies coming out for a few months, there's one of these movie voucher deals that seems cheap… until you look at the fine print and find out that most of the movies you want to watch with it won't be out until it expires.

      Good for a few indie films, but yeah, check release dates before you buy (posted below)…

    • Its at Palace Central for $8

      • Associated with palace cinemas
  • Does anyone know if we can use hoyts movie giftcard to purchase these cinema vouchers?

  • Just checked what main attractions are coming to Aussie screens during that time.

    RED SPARROW - 1st March
    12 STRONG - 8th March
    TOMB RAIDER - 15th March
    PACIFIC RIM : UPRISING - 22nd March
    PETER RABBIT - 22nd March
    A WRINKLE IN TIME - 29th March
    READY PLAYER ONE - 29th March

  • Only black panther? Don’t forget the revenges…

  • +4 votes

    Wow, between February 15 and March 31 2018? That's a pretty short window. I almost bought a dozen of these.

  • Looks like they mirror copied the event promotion.

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/359539

    Literally the same T&C’s

        • There is ignoring the rules and then there are extenuating circumstances where many companies worth their weight in salt are flexible enough to show some compassion in these situations. Sure, not all, and they are not obligated to, but at the end of the day if your business is in the service and entertainment industry and a gift card is paid for, it is of no real loss to the company that they actually use it a little later than the end date. It's not like they are trying to get out of a phone contract or something more complicated like that.

    • I highly doubt your quote is actually a quote of what they said…

      • Of course they didn't say what I quoted, I was being sarcastic. Whatever I was told though despite different/pre rehearsed form used meant to me (especially in our circumstances) pretty much the same!

  • Some sessions/redemption methods attract additional surcharges. $8.50 vouchers do not incur additional surcharges when redeemed in cinema in person for standard sessions (excluding Friday and Saturday after 5pm).

    What does this even mean? Can I use it after 5PM on Fri/Sat or what?

  • Still not cheap enough for me to fulfill the missus' need to see fifty shades of grey. But you do what you gotta do to keep her happy.

    • You mean you gotta do what you gotta do so Jamie Dornan can keep her happy.

    • Keep her happy with what, cucumber?

    • That series is so bad, my misses likes it, those two have no chemistry at all.

      I made her watch secretary which a mates wife loved (and they are into that lifestyle)and she didn't like it.

      Bad taste!

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP - Got 2 vouchers. This is basically half the price of the 'optus rewards' price per ticket.
    Cheers

    • Yeah, I thought the optus rewards prices would mainly be around a fairly reasonable $11.50 per movie as advertised, but they’re all at least $15. Annoying.

      • +1 vote

        still a rip off hey. If the cinema industry wants to survive long term, they really need to take a step back and analyse the small things which will make us want to attend. First stop is price.

  • "HOYTS Cinemas in Australia: Valid for redemption for sessions Monday – Wednesday only" - still not that bad if you have time on those days, maybe a late session

  • Not a bad deal, but pretty useless for me considering I like to go to the movies on Friday and Saturday nights.
    Event cinemas are doing the exact same deal with the exact same T&C's. I have a Hoyts and an Events within 1km of my home, but I still prefer to drive for 20 minutes to go to Cineplex which charge $6 during the day and $8.50 on the weekend nights.

    Yes, I'm cheap.

  • Thanks OP, got few tickets for me and the family. It is cheaper than buying through Optus or RACV

  • Great offer. Unfortunately, we prefer Village. We have a family member who needs to use a wheelchair. The layout in Hoyts theatres usually has the wheelchair bays near the bottom. So if we all want to sit together, we are about two rows from the front of the screen. It’s often disconcertingly close! In Village, you tend to enter from the top or the middle of the theatre. So the disability-friendly seats are a few more rows away from the front of the screen and this makes it an enjoyable experience!

  • Limelight cinema (ACT) has $8 movies on Tuesday.

  • This is better than Optus Perks! Thanks OP!

  • Does it mean we can use the voucher to watch Black Panther on the day of the 26th?

  • Thanks!

  • this offer is no longer valid

  • If anyone has ordered additional tickets, please PM me & I'd be willing to negotiate an offer!

    The deal does indeed seem to have finished.

    Cheers

  • I have 1 extra ticket. PM me if interested.

  • Did anyone manage to see black panther before the 26¿

    I thought it was 26 today, realised while out for lunch and didn't try.
    Does the ticket system Auto notify the sales person, or is it up to them being diligent?