Hoyts Movie Vouchers $10 via Westpac Rewards (Plus 1.5% Processing Fee, Not Valid on Sat/Sun after 2pm or Public Holidays)

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Just spotted this deal on the Westpac rewards page,
was thinking I would be purchasing $14.50 tickets but to my surprise they were $10-

Quick Overview:
Only valid for use until 18 MAR 2020
NOT valid for Birds of Prey movie
NOT valid Sat/Sun after 2pm or Public Hols
NOT valid for alternate content screenings
eVoucher sent by email

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Comments

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    NOT valid Sat/Sun after 2pm or Public Hols. This is the annoying T&C. Village is from 5pm. Anyone know if this is system enforced?

  •  

    Landing page says 'Hotys' haha

  • +3 votes

    Thanks for bringing this site to my attention. I recently left Optus so I was no longer able to get cheap movie tickets. Glad Westpac is here to fill the void (for now).

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      How does the Optus one work? It looks to me like you need to buy 4 tickets for the one session and needs to be child friendly.

    • +1 vote

      I purchased tickets through Optus Perks. I was able to buy a single ticket to a movie.

  • +1 vote

    NOT valid for alternate content screenings

    What’s this? One off movie showings? Non-moving screens?

  • +1 vote

    Not bad hey

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    Bird of Prey. Lol.

  • +1 vote

    They will probably charge you $1.50 on top of the $10 movie as online fee when booking through their website.

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      Probably. This online booking fee is a joke. Credit card fees are what around 0.5-0.8% these days, so to be realistic it should be about an 5-8 cent BF.

      • +1 vote

        Probably contributes towards the cost of running the website although should be operating costs already included in the pricing… Or it could be Christmas fund.

  • +1 vote

    I've been a Westpac customer for 10 years and never knew they had movie tickets - thanks shonofear! Just bought one. Here are my notes:
    * It's a $10 Hoyts E-CineVoucher (ie you don't have to book the movie at purchase time)
    * They add a 1.5% credit card fee (no fee for PayPal)
    * Standard online booking fee $1.50 applies (free to use at kiosk/counter)
    * Previous best price I've seen is Optus Perks $12.50 but only valid online so it's practically $14
    * They have Event tickets too but they're $12.50
    * They have Palace tickets too but they're $14

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      On my page it says "A 1.5% surcharge will be applied to Visa, MasterCard, Amex & PayPal payments."
      But I too have been with Westpac for over a decade and never knew they had special offers, so might have to take your word for it.

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    Any chance they'll add more films to the exclusion list before March 18th?