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[VIC] All Movie Tickets $10 In Person, $11.50 Online @ Reading Cinemas Burwood Brickworks (Excludes Special Events)

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Reading are offering $10 tickets purchased in person and $11.50 tickets purchased online for every movie screening (excluding special events) at their Burwood Brickworks cinema complex until further notice. All cinemas have reclining seats with tray tables. I've personally been and the seats rival some of those in Gold Class in my opinion. Better value than the Telstra Plus or Optus Perks schemes if you live nearby. Normal in person prices are $14 with Titan Luxe being $18. A similar deal was offered last year for a few weeks before the rona hit.

70 Middleborough Rd, Burwood East

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    Literally nothing but trash in the cinemas at the moment anyway, I still don't think it's worth paying for movie tickets when there's so much available at home.

    • -4 votes

      WW 84?

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        you guys dont like the movie?

        • +1 vote

          Didn't downvote you but it was honestly one of the worst movies I had seen. The show just kept creating problem after problem out of thin air to keep the movie going. First one was much much much better

        • +1 vote

          It was just ok. Not terrible but not great. Watch it on your tv at home for free.

  • +3 votes

    Wait, so why would the online price be higher..?

    • +4 votes

      One of the great mysteries of our age. Just like the unavoidable 'booking fees' that get added when you buy most concert tickets. "Because we can" I think is the prevailing thought.

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        Yes, because people are willing to pay for it rather than boycott online and send a signal.

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      It is the cost of having peace of mind that you have secured some tickets. Nothing worse than planning your day, getting dressed, driving to the cinema and paying for parking only to discover that the session you wanted to see has sold out.

      • +2 votes

        Know what's worse? Having tickets then a last minute exception which means you can't use them.

        Personally getting them on the day is preferable unless it's a definite high demand event.

        Each to their own - both online in-person have their own benefits. The online surcharge is just price gouging.

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      At least for smaller businesses who contract some other company to build their online booking service, that booking fee goes directly to the online service provider as a surcharge.

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        But saves on labour costs in the box office. Plus allows better planning ability for the original vendor which is worth something. So the service provider charge is largely offset. The extra charge is just opportunistic price gouging.

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    which seats are better here ?

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    This cinema is near us. For those interested, easy to park, nice and quiet shops and the cinema is reasonably new. So the place is clean, comfy and I'm yet to see it busy.

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    waiting for it to be a hotspot

  • +1 vote

    I saw Witches recently here and the cinemas were great. Very new, with reclining seats. Food available also. Would recommend.

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    Didn't reading tickets cost $10 anyways?

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      They used to a while ago, but it now varies between $10-$15 + $1.50 online booking fee depending on the cinema.
      Chirnside Park for example is $12 for Standard, $15 for recliners and $16 for Recliners + Big Screen.

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        $15 for recliners while on a date is still cheap 😁

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          Paying full price for gold class while on a successful date is worth every cent! 😉

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    the croods seems ok for the kids and young at heart