Cineworld launches 'Cineworld Day' and film-lovers can watch new blockbusters like Belfast and The Duke for just £3
The UK’s leading cinema chain has announced its first Cineworld Day this weekend.
Movie-lovers will be able to book to see their favourite blockbusters and new releases for just £3 a ticket - leaving plenty of spare change to splash out on popcorn.
As a grand celebration of the nation’s love of cinema, the inaugural Cineworld Day will take place across venues including Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich.
Cineworld will reduce its ticket prices to £3 for all films, all day, in all formats, including IMAX, 4DX, ScreenX and Superscreen, in addition to regular 2D.
This includes the chance to see all of the latest film releases including: Cyrano, The Duke, Death on the Nile, Uncharted, Marry Me, Belfast and Sing 2.
As a celebration of film, some of last year's biggest blockbuster favourites will also be brought back in IMAX, 4DX and ScreenX such as, Dune and Spider-Man: No Way Home.
If that isn't enough, as a limited time offer, customers can also receive 50% off their first month of Unlimited with the code BATMAN50 when you pay monthly or 10% off annual memberships with BATMAN10.
Stuart Crane from the Cineworld Group said: “We’re thrilled to welcome customers to our first Cineworld Day, where for one day only on Saturday, February 26, they can experience all of the latest movies in all of the Cineworld formats for only £3, including IMAX, 4DX, ScreenX and Superscreen.
"The last two years have been especially difficult for the cinema industry, but with the huge crowds returning through our doors for movies like Spider-Man: No Way Home and with so many exciting movies to look forward to in 2022, like The Batman, Morbius, Top Gun: Maverick, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and Jurassic World: Dominion, we wanted to celebrate everything that people love about cinema and everything that there is to look forward to at Cineworld, the best place to watch a movie."
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