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Be more childish

With the Cineworld Family Ticket, adults pay kids prices!

By Time Out in association with Cineworld
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If you think back to the long lazy days of your school summer holidays, it is likely that some of your most cherished memories will involve trips to the cinema. Being told exciting, funny, heart-stopping stories on a screen so big you could not take in the edges and being able to share that with your family members is one of the key things that have shaped your love of movies. Going to the movies as a kid is an important rite of passage and an experience to pass on and enjoy with your own children.

Cineworld have come up with the perfect way to make movie-going a family affair: a ticket where adults pay kids prices. This doesn’t just make financial sense; it puts you in touch with the pure and simple joy of being a kid again.

The Fun Starts Now

The next few months offer a bumper crop of family films for every taste. There are laughs with Dr. Seuss’ ‘The Grinch’, child-friendly scares with ‘Goosebumps: Haunted Halloween’, enchantment with ‘The Nutcracker And The Four Realms’ and of course a huge spectacle in ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald’, the latest in that Harry Potter universe. But for the grown-ups there are also movies to remind you of the thrill when you first discovered movies. ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2’ hits nostalgic beats as it contains such beloved childhood favourites as the Muppets, Yoda and Disney Princesses. And ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ brings back the delightful nanny, this time played by Emily Blunt, to enchant and babysit a new generation of youngsters. The pleasures that make family flicks so entertaining — wizards, monsters, music, chases, comedy wonder, hissable villains and unlikely heroes to save the day — are all present and correct in the upcoming months. It’s the perfect excuse to just be more childish.

It’s a treasure trove of riches and you can dive into it all with the Cineworld Family Ticket. Remember, adults pay kids’ prices making the best in movies accessible. But as an added bonus, Family Ticket holders enjoy a Family special retail offer, which consists of 2x regular soft drinks, x2 munch-boxes plus x1 regular popcorn — all for £10.75, which makes for a saving of over 40%. A real treat for small and big kids alike.

The Family Ticket

What is it? The Cineworld Family Ticket is a money saving offer that allows you to put the fun back into family film-going by letting adults pay kids’ prices.

Who is it for? It’s for groups of four, with up to two adults.

What’s more? Family ticket holders can enjoy the Family Special deal, making a saving of over 40% on snacks and drinks.

Need to know more?  Cineworld.com/family

The Summer Line-Up

Incredibles 2

Out: now
The superhero family returns in a terrific sequel. Now Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) goes out to work fighting crime while stay-at-home dad Mr. Incredible (Craig T. Nelson) has an even tougher time bringing up baby Jack-Jack. It’s full of laughs, heart and inventive action to beat the biggest live-action blockbuster.

Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation

Out: July 27
Directed by animation giant Genndy Tartakovsky (Samurai Jack), this horror comedy sends Dracula (Adam Sandler) and his family of oddballs on a luxury Monster Cruise — where he falls for the descendant of monster slayer Van Helsing! Expect spooky but kooky fun.

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Team Titans Go! To The Movies

Out: August 3
A spin-off from the TV series Team Titans Go!, a gang of young superheroes go in search of their own movie franchise. Nicolas Cage plays Superman, talk show host Jimmy Kimmel as Batman and James Corden as Balloon Man. A colourful quirky send-up of the comic book genre.

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