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Warner Bros Movie World Adult $46.41 Child (3-13) $36.40 @ Changi Recommends (For International Visitors)

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One day pass to Movieworld via Changirecommends. Single day pass normally $89 from Warnerbros.

Purchased tickets this way for the family in September (without the 9% discount), no issues using them last week. Quick and easy just print them and they are scanned at the entry gate.

For those who haven't been, IMO Movieworld is the pick of the Gold Coast theme parks, about 30 minutes from the Surfers Paradise. Last week all rides were running except for Arkham Asylum which was closed for maintenance.

More info on Movieworld here

There are a heap of other Australian attractions available at discounted prices here. Don't forget the 9% off code.

And if travelling overseas they have plenty of those too

Thanks to the original deal (now expired)


Terms and Conditions
1. Changi Recommends and the appointed operator will not be responsible for any accidents, loss of property or damaged caused by individual negligence
2. The e-ticket/e-voucher cannot be exchanged for cash or used on more than one occasion
3. Any alteration(s) on the-ticket/e-voucher will not be accepted by Changi Recommends and the appointed merchant
4. In the event of unforeseen circumstances that affects tour departure or ticket/voucher invalidity, customers will be notified and be advised accordingly
5. E-tickets are for international visitors only and cannot be purchased in Australia/New Zealand or by Australia/New Zealand passport holders

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    only for visitors.

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    Does that mean you can get this as long you have a foreign passport? Eg dual citizen/permanent residents, etc.?

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      Interesting those rules. I purchased without an issue in September. And I don't have an international passport.

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      I have the same question. I have a foreign passport and a different foreign residency card but my spouse and daughter don’t. Could I just buy the tickets for all of us and if questioned, show my foreign passport?

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        I think it is unlikely you will be asked in the first place, but I think one foreign passport would be sufficient proof.

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    Any deals for Australians?

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    1. E-tickets are for international visitors only and cannot be purchased in Australia/New Zealand or by Australia/New Zealand passport holders

    I don't think this will help the majority of member here…

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    I purchased in September off the original deal (think it was 15% off)

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/485267

    I had no issues at all. So not sure if the t&c have changed? Personally if I was going again I'd just order and see what happens. There's certainly no issue at the gate, they just scan them.

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    Op. Please add targeted in the title.

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    The price is in Singapore Dollars as well, which is currently $1 SGD = $1.0695 AUD making an adult ticket AUD $49.64 and a child ticket AUD $38.93.

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    Can anybody that purchased tickets share this flyer? I have an Annual Pass.

    "Utilise the promotional flyer attached with your e-ticket! Simply present the flyer with your valid entry ticket to enjoy 20% discount on any food and beverage or retail purchase at Warner Bros. Movie World. Terms and conditions apply!"

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    The Ultimate Splashing Summer seems pretty good value at 99SGD (apprx 106AUD) per Adult for entry to Movie World, Sea World and Wet N Wild to be used within 14 days. Sadly the code doesnt work with it though.

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    Does anyone know how long it takes to receive a receipt or the eTicket?

    From the old thread it seems like it takes 2 days, wonder if they've fixed this. However it does say it may take up to 2 days depending on type of purchase…

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    I have been looking for a deal like this for ages. Seems the good old days of $89 Groupon VIP tickets have passed.
    Has anyone purchased from this sale?. Is it a normal looking printable ticket?.
    I rang Movieworld and said I was gifted tickets from this site. They said there should be no issue, so long as barcode hadn't been used. I just don't want to pay over $400 to be turned away then have to pay $600 to replace.
    I need to buy the three park deal. Has anyone else seen anything close to this deal recently?

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    Technically this is an unobtainable deal.

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    Has anyone used these tickets after the 'not valid for purchase in Australia (for international visitors only)' condition has been added?

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