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Event Cinemas $7 Save Big on Select Family Films with Members Tickets

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I was looking around for a voucher deal or movie discounts and could not find any.

Stumbled along this one and was surprised that no one posted it on OzB.

Here is the deal.

  • Save big on select family films with members tickets - $7
  • DATE: Sessions between Thursday 14 January - Wednesday 27 January

To access this offer, sign in to your account online or scan your card at the box office when purchasing your tickets.
Enjoy the big-screen experience with our family-friendly line-up of films now – book your tickets today!

*Online booking fees apply. Must be a Cinebuzz member. Offer only valid for Original sessions before 5pm of The Croods: A New Age, Trolls World Tour, Paw Patrol: Jet To The Rescue, Astro Kid, The War with Grandpa, Dreambuilders, Dragon Rider, Maya the Bee: The Golden Orb, A Christmas Gift from Bob, and The Elfkin: Baking a Difference between 14 January – 27 January 2021. V-Max and 3D Surcharges apply. Online booking fees apply. Not valid for Gold Class, Event Junior, 4DX, Boutique or Premium Seating Concepts. Not valid with any other offer. Not valid for Chicks at the Flicks, Alternate Content, special events and screenings, Moonlight Cinema and Skyline Drive-in or with any other offer. You must be a current Cinebuzz Reward member to redeem this offer via online or in cinema. Event Cinemas reserve the right to change any of the terms, conditions or policies of this offer, at any time and discretion, without prior notice.

TIPS
* Buy at the counter by showing your card number which saves you $1.5 per ticket
* The Cinebiz membership is free to sign up here - https://www.eventcinemas.com.au/cinebuzz/landing

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  • Cinemas must be having a tough time with the competition of movies being released "at home" on streaming platforms.

    • still they are going to survive

      We are humans and all have the sense of getting bored, being at the same place even if it's a palace.
      Kids still like the idea of going out to the movie and holding a popcorn in their hand. :)

      • I get what you're saying, yeah they're nice, but I don't think that's the deciding factor. Cinemas take a lot of space. There are plenty of ways the land owners can use that space to make more money than the cinema ever will. It's a miracle that we've still got cinemas.

        It's not that they can't survive.. just that they aren't the best profit option in dense urban areas. Big complexes in dense areas will go. The smaller complexes might last though.

        You'll probably always have seasonal cinemas and festivals etc too.

        Mind you, I think it's a miracle that golf courses still exist on prime land. Yet they do!

        • Have you seen golf course membership fees?! That's why they still exist!

        • Many golf courses are subsidised by taxpayers. I don't think cinemas are though, presumably because there aren't enough politicians as members.

  • Thanks Op - Was just looking for cheap movie tickets, so this was perfect timing!

  • Limited choice of movies unfortunately. Be careful.
    “ The Croods: A New Age, Trolls World Tour, Paw Patrol: Jet To The Rescue, Astro Kid, The War with Grandpa, Dreambuilders, Dragon Rider, Maya the Bee: The Golden Orb, A Christmas Gift from Bob, and The Elfkin: Baking a Difference “

  • Hoyts is currently running the same promotion in case there's a Hoyts closer to you than Events Cinemas: https://www.hoyts.com.au/offers-events/offers/save-on-family...

  • Highly recommend The Croods: A New Age. My son and his friends, age 10ish all gave it tens If that helps.