Westpac Rewards - Discounted Movie Tickets: HOYTS off Peak $11.50, Event & Village Super Saver $25 for 2, Palace $27 for 2

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Noticed this deal when I was on the Westpac site under the Rewards and Offers section. Might not be the best deals on movie tickets but could be useful to some. The deals and t&c differ for each cinema so worth checking them out.

Note that you need to be logged into Westpac if you want to check out the deals.

Some example prices for each cinema listed below.

HOYTS eVoucher:
-$11.50 Adult off peak (Valid Mon - Thurs)
-$14.50 Standard Adult (Not valid after 2 pm on Sat & Sun or public holidays)
-$31 Standard Lux movie (Not valid after 2 pm on Sat & Sun or public holidays)

Event and Village cinemas eVoucher (min. purchase 2 vouchers):
-$12.50 Adult Super saver (Not valid after 5 pm on Thurs, Fri, Sat)
-$14 Adult Restricted ~valid til 8th July 2019 (Not valid after 5 pm on Sat)
-$28 Restricted Gold Class (Not valid after 5 pm on Thurs, Fri, Sat)

Palace eVoucher (min. purchase 2 vouchers):
-$13.50 Adult (Can't be used to book online and not valid in SA or Luna Cinemas in WA)

Also includes: Grand Cinemas, Ace Cinemas and Luna Palace

Related Stores

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Westpac
Event Cinemas
Event Cinemas
HOYTS
HOYTS
neatideas.com.au
neatideas.com.au

Comments

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    Thanks for posting this! I've been a Westpac customer for ages and never knew about this!

    EDIT: why does the link go to store.neatideas? Isn't this supposed to go to westpac?

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      I imagine it is the partner they are using for the benefit. To confirm you can check the link after logging in.

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      Pretty much what cyssero said and if you're worried about the link you can find it through the Westpac site too.

  • -1 vote

    Buying tickets via some portal such as phone company, health insurance company or bank is becoming just a pain in the ass. Wonder by the cinemas jus can't offer that price to everyone. Are the companies subsidising the cost of the ticket?

    • +9 votes

      It is deliberately difficult. Many people buy full price movie tickets at short notice (or even physically at the box office) and offering these prices directly would cannibalise that margin.

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    can the hoyts $11.50 tickets be used for any movie? I wanna watch endgame but not for $20

  • +4 votes

    Can get a free Westpac account if you're an Australian concession card holder, a student, under 21 or over 55 years old. link

    • +1 vote

      Damn, will just have to ride out the time till 55 then

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      You don’t have to be a rewards credit card customer, Rewards and Offers is available to all credit cardholders.

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        Really? I'm surprised. Usually it's as simple as having a log in for the associated promoter (Westpac in this case).

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    You do not have any products which are eligible for the Westpac Rewards & Offers program.

    Clicking on Find out more about eligible products lead to Page not found.

    :(

  • +2 votes

    Is there a surcharge for reclining seats like optus charge? Thanks

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    Is this available for IMAX since it is owned by Hoyts?

  • +3 votes

    Might not be the best deals on movie tickets but could be useful to some

    $11.50 for Hoyts tickets is the best I've seen in ages!

    • +1 vote

      Bupa has this deal as well. I paid for a family pass @ $40.50 that's 4 tickets had to buy another child ticket for $11.50 (5 in my Family)cost me another $27 to upgrade to Xstreame was well worth watching Endgame Lunchtime last Saturday

    • +1 vote

      I've been using the similar deals via RACWA, nothing beats $11.50 (offpeak) anywhere. Plus the hoyts I go to (Westfield Carousel) has had recliners as a norm on all studios since end of 2018, can't go wrong! Combine with Hoyts Rewards giving you back 10%. I normally watch XtremeScreen (XS) tho so there's $4 surcharge/pp, still bloody worth it

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    Thanks OP, I wasn't ever aware I had this

  • +4 votes

    Good deal - thanks OP!

    The RACV movies deal also go through Neat Ideas, but prices are different ($12 off peak [Mon-Thu] @ Hoyts, $9 tix Mondays @ Village, etc.). So if you're a RACV member, this could be an alternative if you don't have any eligible accounts with Westpac.

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    It seems Westpac is offering something similar to Optus and Suncorp Bank.

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    Does anyone know if you can book online with the westpac vouchers?

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      I booked online on the hoyts website. There's a section where you can input the voucher code. They do charge a 1$ fee or something similar from memory.

      Also, the voucher was sent immediately after payment. So overall pretty seamless process online.

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