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Event Cinemas Upgrade to Vmax for Standard Movie Price @ Mastercard (Debit)

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This popular deal is back.

Upgrade to Vmax for the price of a standard movie. The only way to make this year’s most epic movies even epic-er.

Vmax is big: big seats, big sound, a big 20-metre digital screen. So we were like, “hold our popcorn!” and added big savings too.

Redeem this offer on any Vmax movie any time, just not after 5pm on Saturdays.

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    Note: Needs to be Debit Mastercard, not Credit Card.

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      finally, a reward for debit card users

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    Maybe add in the $5 drink and popcorn combo also :)

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      Is it mandatory?

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        It's a good price.

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          How much is it for a small popcorn?

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      I'm a tight ass and bring snacks in from coles.

      • +4 votes

        My girlfriend pops her own popcorn at home then we bring it in plastic bags

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          My wife pops her own popcorn and we bring it in tupperware :P

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          pro tight arse tip: the parents room in many centers have a microwave for heating babies bottles. Said microwave can be used to pop microwave popcorn from the supermarket, so then you can have Hot pop corn in the cinemas.

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        Yeah we go to the supermarket in the centre and buy a tub of whatever icecream is on sale. We always throw out the container in their bins (i.e never leave it at the seat) or they prob would start really cracking down on that

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      i thought they stopped that promo?

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    Does it work with cibebuzz card also, or it has to be a full priced ticket purchased? Thank you

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    Any movie worth seeing?

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      Only a certain marvel movie which will be a huge hit…

      • +4 votes

        Obviously you mean Captain Marvel. The one where a kid turns into a bulky fool with a certain word…

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          The Enterprise should look good in that one

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        Oh hell no. That's just what we all needed… another politically correct superhero movie lol

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      Probably some disappointing PG biopics about people with R rated lives.

    • +2 votes

      Us is pretty good

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      I am hoping to catch 'Us' this week.

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      'us' is truly terrifying

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    This essentially means $18.50 per ticket.

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    Cheaper with telstra rewards

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    Haven't gone to event for quite awhile now.. With optus and the reclined seats at hoyts are really comfy

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    Sign up for Event's cinebuzz instead since it's the same price and all year round.

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      $10 at certain times of day and iirc a small surcharge for vmax. I keep multiple accounts so I can buy tickets for others as well.

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    Cheaper with cinebuzz ($17)

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    Can't believe Village and hoyts cinemas have managed to get away charging more for a slightly larger screen and a few more speakers. I could understand if it was IMAX size.

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      The VMAX screen at Top Ryde is massive, it is bigger than the IMAX screen in Hoyts EQ

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        Thanks for the info, I've been meaning to try the cinemas at Top Ryde. How does it compare to the Vmax on George Street? Might watch Avengers there :)

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          I think Top Ryde is bigger screen but George street has ATMOS which Top Ryde is missing out on.

          Wish they added ATMOS to it soon.

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    Can you combine this with cheap ass Monday’s and student Tuesday’s?

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      We call it tightarse Tuesday in our hood.

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    IMAX is bigger, why do we have next to no IMAX theatres?

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    $18.50 for an adult movie ticket is not a deal…even for Event

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    This Voucher is not available for use at Skyline Drive In, Moonlight or Village Cinemas.

    Boo. Anyway, cheaper to buy the $12.50 e-Saver vouchers through Entertainment Book & pay the $3 Vmax surcharge (that is, if you have Ent. Book already).