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Cineworld logo'Free' cinema ticket when you buy £1.60 of Tic TacsLook out for special 'Happy Rewards' packs of sweets

30 days left

You can get a 'free' cinema ticket for any 2D film at any Cineworld when you buy promotional Tic Tacs before Wed 30 Sep. Do note, you won’t be able to instantly claim the tickets. 

What Tic Tacs should I buy to claim the ‘free’ tickets?

  • You need to buy four small 18g boxes (see image, below) or two large 48g promo boxes.
  • Then enter the codes found on the pack online to get the 'free' ticket, just make sure they have the Happy Rewards promotion on them. It's one 'free' Cineworld ticket per over 16 (find your nearest).
  • The flavours with promotional branding include: fresh mint, strawberry fields, apple burst, spearmint twist, cherry passion and lime and orange.

Where can I buy the Happy Rewards Tic Tacs?

  • You can get the promotional boxes at most major supermarkets,
  • Asda has a three for £1 offer on 18g Tic Tacs running until at least the end of the year - you'll have to buy a fourth (60p each) to get a free ticket for £1.60.
  • Tesco is running a similar offer of three for £1.20 until Sat 3 Oct, so with the fourth box at 60p you’ll pay £1.80 per ticket - a great saving as cinema tickets can cost up to £10.

How do I get the 'free' ticket?

  1. Find the pack codes behind the label and register them online at Happy Rewards to get your reward points. You can only enter one code per person, per day, so this deal isn’t instant.
  2. Once you've four points (one per small box, two for a large), click 'claim' a free cinema ticket. A Cineworld eCode will appear immediately.
  3. Show the eCode within three months at the box office or you can book online (there's a 50p fee).

 

How good is this deal?

Even if you're unable to buy the promotional packs for £1.60ish, they’re normally about 60p each which means each ticket will cost you £2.40 - still a decent saving on the cost of an adult ticket, which is normally up to £10. Just remember you can only enter one pack code per day on the website, so you will need to plan in advance of your cinema visit as this will take 2-4 days.

If you're planning to go with friends or family, they'll each need their own account and promotional boxes of Tic Tac sweets to redeem the offer. If your kids are under 16 they won't be able to register or collect codes, so check out our family friendly cheap cinema deals instead to see if there's a deal for your little ones, too.

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Not valid for 4DX, D-Box, IMAX, Super screen or Alternative Content, special Unlimited screenings, VIP/premium seating or redemption via telephone booking. eCode is valid for three months from date of issue and can't be used with any other offer.

If you want to upgrade to see a 3D film, it's £2.20 per adult and £1.60 per child extra.

Sweet Sundays logo'Free' Sunday cinema ticket when you buy £4 of sweetsLook out for special packs of Revels, M&M's, Maltesers & more

Sundays

MSE Update Fri 7 Aug, 3.30pm: Some users have got in touch to say the codes aren't working online at Cineworld. Cineworld says the issue should be fixed soon, but if you have any problems you can contact customer services on 0333 003 3444 or email customer.services@cineworld.co.uk

You can get a 'free' cinema ticket on Sundays at participating cinemas (including Cineworld and some independent cinemas, but excluding Odeon and Vue - see the full list), when you buy promotional chocolate pouches before 14 Oct 2015.

The bags include M&M's, Maltesers, Minstrels, Galaxy Counters and Revels (see the full list). You need to buy four small pouches or two large pouches to get the 'free' ticket. Make sure they have the Sweet Sundays promotion on them.

Where can I buy the Sweet Sundays pouches?

You can buy the promotional chocolate pouches at most major supermarkets, but to make the most of this deal, it's best to buy them when they're on offer, or at the lowest price available. The cheapest we've found the large pouches is £1.80 at Asda (next cheapest is £2.50 at Sainsbury's). The smaller pouches are on offer for £1 (norm £2.09) at Asda until Fri 17 Jul.

So if you can find the promotional packs in your local Asda, you'd effectively be buying your cinema snacks for £3.60-£4 and getting your ticket, which can cost up to £10, for 'free'.

How do I get the 'free' ticket?

  1. Make sure you have enough promo packs of sweets (see the picture on the right for what to look out for).
  2. Find the codes at the bottom of the bags.
  3. Register online at Sweet Sundays and enter the codes.
  4. Find your nearest participating cinema (incl Cineworld, Showcase and Reel Cinemas. See the full list).
  5. Cineworld cinemas will send vouchers by email. All other cinemas will be sent by post, which can take up to two weeks. 
  6. The vouchers can be used on 2D films at participating cinemas, every Sunday until 1 Nov 2015.

 

How good is this deal?

If you're able to buy the promotional packs for £4ish you could make a decent saving with this deal, depending on ticket prices at your local cinema. Buying four small pouches would cost you £8ish at full-price, so it's only worth doing if your tickets normally cost more (unless you were planning to buy the chocolate anyway).

More info

Valid on 2D screenings on Sundays only. Max two free cinema tickets per person. Tickets must be used by 1 Nov 2015. 13+ only. Excludes premieres, 3D films, previews and premium seats. Can't be used with any other offer.

Cineworld logoCineworld Unlimited for £16.90/monthVia 12-month subscription. £19.90/mth for London's West End

£202.80/year

If you sign up online for Cineworld's Unlimited Card for £16.90/month you can watch as many films as you want (it's £19.90 if you want to visit London's West End cinema too). 

This card should save you money if you normally see more than one film at the cinema a month. You'll also get 10% off food and drink.

Important: If you choose to pay monthly, you'll be signing up to a minimum 12-month subscription. If you don't want to continue after the 12 months is up, make sure you mark it in your diary to cancel.

You can also pay a one-off fee of £202.80 for 12 months, which works out the same as paying £16.90/month for 12 months. This could work out better for you if you'd prefer not to sign up to a subscription. 

If you collect Tesco Clubcard vouchers, you can exchange them for a 12-month Unlimited Card. See our Deals Hunters' blog to find out how.

Meerkat Movies logoMeerkat Movies - 2for1 cinema ticketsYear's 2for1 from £2ish. New & existing comparison site customers

Tue/Wed

If you use the comparison website Compare The Market, or if you’ve used it during the past year, you can get 2for1 cinema tickets every Tuesday or Wednesday for 12 months from the date you use the site to get a credit card, loan or insurance, or switch your energy, broadband, TV or landline provider.

The offer expires 12 months after the date of your purchase or switch, not 12 months from when you activate it. Please note: activation can take at least 48 hours, so you’ll have to be patient.

How much do I have to spend?

Compare The Market isn’t always the cheapest place to buy insurance (see our insurance guides for the top deals), but you can get Meerkat Movies by spending as little as £2ish on a single-trip travel insurance policy for one person travelling within the UK. For more on this trick, read our Deals Hunters blog.

What do I get?

You're entitled to one voucher per week (so you can't go both days) and to get it you can either download the Meerkat Movies app (iPhone and Android only) or log in at the website. You can then simply print the code or show it on your smartphone at the box office. 

If you fancy an IMAX screening, want to upgrade to premium seats or see a 3D film, you'll be asked to pay the price difference between this and a standard cinema ticket.

Where can I use it?

Like the extremely popular Orange Wednesdays (which ended shortly before Meerkat Movies launched), it's valid at most cinemas across the UK - the big chains (eg, Cineworld, Odeon and Vue) as well as lots of independents - but not all of them. If in doubt, check with your local cinema before turning up.

Important: 2for1 cinema tickets should never be your reason for choosing a product like insurance. Use other sites to check it's a good deal and don't be swayed by freebies that could end up costing you a lot more in the long run.

More info

To qualify for Meerkat Movies membership, you need to purchase one of the following products via Compare The Market: car, motorcycle, home, van, pet, landlord, life, home/content or travel insurance. You can also qualify by taking out a credit card or loan or switch energy, digital TV or broadband supplier.

You can only hold one Meerkat Movies membership in any 12-month period, but if you purchase a second product whilst you have an active Meerkat Movies membership you can choose to claim a cuddly toy instead.

Cineworld logoCineworld £1.60/£1.75 films for kidsWith free myCineworld account. School holidays and weekends

Mornings

Keep your nippers (and yourself) amused on weekend and school holiday mornings with Movies For Juniors kids’ films at Cineworld. It’s £1.58 per showing, per person if you book online with a myCineworld account, or £1.75 if bought at the cinema box office, for both adults and sprogs. 

What is myCineworld?  

myCineworld is a free online account that gives you access to Cineworld deals (including 10% off online bookings), forthcoming offers, faster booking and a newsletter (if you opt in). To get it, simply register online. It’s totally free. 

3D films are more expensive - £2.93 per person (if booked online with myCineworld, or £3.25 if bought at the cinema). Remember the glasses aren’t included, so unless you have some already, it’s £1 each on top of the ticket.

The offer's available on selected films only and will vary per cinema. See website for current listings.

MSE Anna says:

Although the films on offer aren’t the latest movies, kids’ tickets usually cost upwards of £7, so this is a decent saving. See full listings and cinema details for more info.

We looked at the other major cinemas and found this deal to be cheapest out there for kids - see Cheap Cinema Tickets for Vue and Odeon offers.

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Adults can't get this offer unless they are accompanied by a child. A child is classified as aged 14 or under, though films are aimed at under eight audiences. 

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