$8 Student Movie Tickets @ Event Cinemas (Some Exclusions Apply)

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Saw this one on Facebook. Event cinemas has their $8 student movie tickets extended to every day for the school holiday period. This includes new releases and is a great way to get the kids out of the house!

VALID STUDENT ID NEEDED
Not valid for The Lion King. Not valid for sessions after 5pm Saturday

Should also work in-person if you ask them and show your student card or else an online booking fee does apply!

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  • +1 vote

    Must be desperate to get customers

  • +6 votes

    valid student id is needed.. but you can just print out at the machine haha

  • +1 vote

    Where do we enter the coupon?

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    great way to get the kids out of the house

    I dont think the context of "getting kids out of the house" was meant for sending them to a cinema house.

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    They're normally $7 with a student ID when you buy at the counter. I guess this could be handy for pre-booking a popular movie, but it's normally cheaper..

    • +1 vote

      Depends on the location. The $7 student tickets aren't applicable to all cinemas, I know Myer Centre Brisbane is one of the participating cinemas.

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        Ah fair enough, I've been to majority of Events in and around Brisbane and I've never paid more than $7.

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      In NSW it's $8 for students but only on Mondays. So this one is better

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    Thanks for the code, will probably be removed from the post soon like last time

  • +2 votes

    Wonder if this applies to kids tickets?

  • +1 vote

    Does this work for Village as well?

  • +2 votes

    Not valid for The Lion King. Not valid for sessions after 5pm Saturday

  • +1 vote

    Nice deal. This code also reduces Vmax tickets down to $13 for me (student price normally $20.50). At my local event cinema, some specific movies seem to be only offered in vmax or gold class.

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    Do event cinemas still allow children under 3 for free ?

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      When clicking the "i" on the child ticket, it says:

      Age restrictions will vary depending on the content shown and the age of the child;

      Children under 3 years of age are admitted free when accompanied by a paid ticket holder if the intention is that they will sit on the adults lap except for Event Junior sessions where children under 1 year of age are admitted free when accompanied by a paid ticket holder.

      If the accompanying adult would like the child to have their own seat, then they must purchase a child’s ticket. Once they have turned 3, they must purchase a valid ticket.

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    All tickets still showing as full price even after I've added the code, Event Cinemas Marion SA.

    (unless because it's Tight Arse Tuesday and all tickets are reduced/same price anyway? ie. All Spider-Man tickets showing as $15 today in general sessions)

    • +2 votes

      Try adding the voucher code by clicking, " I have a voucher/code" while booking a ticket. You should get another option.

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        Nice, thanks, that works! :-) Only letting me add a maximum of 2 tickets at this rate though.

        I was just following the instructions from someone else above that said just to add it in the 'Edit Details' section of your account.

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        Sorry just tried doing this but it's telling me invalid promo code? (Spiderman FFH - Macquarie)

        EDIT: seems like they might not be participating

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    Does this work for primary school kids? they do not have a student ID.

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    Anyone know if this is valid for Tafe Students?

  • -2 votes

    Students are poor. They deserve to have special deals, though the special deals should apply to other categories of poor as well: dole recipients, pensioners who don't own a home, DSP recipients, single mother payment recipient …

    I recently read that poor people spend 10% of their income on communications services, and wealthy upper middle-class folk only 1%. What is pocket change for liberal voting aspirationals, is a huge expense for ALP voting lumpenproletariat.

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      "pensioners who don't own a home" Really. Pensioners who own their home are poorer than pensioners who get large amounts of rental assistance because they have never gone without through life to be able to buy a home.

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    My kids are in Yr 3… they are students. They don't have a bus pass or ID. Are they excluded? Seems annoying to pay $5 extra/child when technically they are "students"…. Hmmm.. What should I do?

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    Thankyouthankyouthankyou

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