[Optus Perks] $14 Hoyts Movie Tickets (Selected Sessions) via My Optus App / Optus Perks website

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$12.50 standard Hoyts Movie Tickets, plus $1.50 booking fee (so $14), available to Optus Perks (basically Optus customers), via the My Optus app, or via the URL: https://www.optusperks.com.au/movies

Upgrade fees apply for Lux, Xtreme and IMAX sessions etc.

Appears to have no specific end date…

Once you login to Optus Perks, or via the My Optus app, the 'Book Now' button in the Movies section takes you to the Hoyts website, with a coupon code effectively applied, giving you the $12.50 ticket option.

Full Terms and Conditions:
https://www.optusperks.com.au/Hoyts_Terms_and_Conditions.pdf

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Comments

  • +6 votes

    This has been on for the past year…or did it go down?

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      I'm not 100% sure, but I couldn't find any reference to it recently, and I just got a SMS about it from Optus… It's also on the front page of the My Optus app (which I don't remember it being so prominent)…

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      I'm pretty sure this has been going for years since I joined Optus 5 years ago

  • +1 vote

    Scoopon deal ended?
    $11.99 plus ShopBack/Cashrewards

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    Does it work on weekend?

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    Booking fee?

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    It looks like only for selected sessions ($12.50). You have to choose your cinema and see what sessions come up (that was my mileage in a quick / simple test).

  • +6 votes

    This has been around for ages.

    I will however add that the booking fee can be waived if you book the tickets via optus when at the cinema. At the kiosks, there is an Optus perks code somewhere on the screen which you can use when booking on the optus/hoyts website.

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      Oh yes, thanks. Here is the specific T&C about that:

      1.10 All HOYTS Movie Tickets will incur a $1.50 booking fee per ticket, which will be disclosed to you at the time of booking. There is also a $3 booking fee per ticket for HOYTS LUX screenings. Customers have the option of waiving the $1.50 booking fee, including the $3 LUX booking fee, by heading in to a HOYTS cinema and finding the Optus Perks code which will appear on the terminals over and around the ticket Box Office area.

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      They need an option to book without the booking fee, otherwise it would be illegal to advertise $12.50 tickets. But they want to make it hard so you end up paying $14 per ticket.

  • +4 votes

    This isn't something new

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    If it’s $12.50 and an unavoidable $1.50 booking fee, then it’s $14.

    Not $12.50.

    • +1 vote

      Ok, updated. Thanks :-)

    • +4 votes

      The $1.50 booking fee is avoidable, you have to go on site to cinemas and there is a 6 digit code on the screens showing movie times as mentioned above. And i think i read somewhere that the code changes every 15 mins or so.

      Also, when i checked out the website without the code, it shows as Optus Adult tickets as $12 and booking fee as $1.50 showing $13.50 at checkout.

      In the past when I put in the code, the page refreshes and it shows as $12.50 for Optus Perks Adults. Im assuming it's the same as before.

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    Also they limit the number of Optus perks tickets per session and it quite limited. Tried to book a few times saying no tickets left when it wasn’t even 25% full.

  • +1 vote

    Y do they charge booking fees. Companies save on hiring staff when we book online

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      But make money on bs bfs.

      I guess if they just include bf in the ticket, it will increase the tax.

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