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Movie Odeon Limitless

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MarteeBe

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I've recently got myself one of those Odeon Limitless cards (I believe Cineworld do their own version for those non-Odeon people) but I was just wondering if anyone else here had one or something similar? It's been great for me, I've had it for literally 9 days and I've already been to see six different movies. At £17.99 a month (For 12 months) that's ace value already. For me, for those six movies I've 'spent' £60-ish so I've already got three months worth of value out of my card. Not too shabby. I can't wait for August when I've got a bit more spare time and I can go see ALL the movies!

Would you lot consider a card like this? Would it be worth it for you?
 

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I've had a Cineworld Unlimited card for two different stints. They're definitely worth it as long as you make use them..

Unfortunately both times I got to the stage where I wasn't really making the most of it so ended up cancelling it, whether it's because I've changed jobs and lost contact with the group of friends that I used to go with, or simply through a lack of spare time.
 

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I've had a Cineworld Unlimited card for two different stints. They're definitely worth it as long as you make use them..

Unfortunately both times I got to the stage where I wasn't really making the most of it so ended up cancelling it, whether it's because I've changed jobs and lost contact with the group of friends that I used to go with, or simply through a lack of spare time.
I wish I had a Cineworld near me (Hopping to the NEC everytime would be too much of a pain...) because my local Odeon seems to be set in the 1990's but I've been going on my own and with my fiancee when time permits. It's a nice date night for us lol. Would you not head to the cinema on your own Andy? It's actually a fun experience haha, although I think I looked a bit werid the other day when Detective Pikachu was full of small families and I was sitting in the corner chowing down on sweets like some oddball.
 

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because my local Odeon seems to be set in the 1990's
Our Odeon isn't much better, but thankfully we have quite a few alternatives! :ROFLMAO: I think I read somewhere that it was supposed to getting a makeover..

Would you not head to the cinema on your own Andy?
I did a few times, particularly towards the end of my second stint with a Cineworld card.. I think part of the enjoyment of a cinema for me is sharing the experience. I can watch films on my own at home, and still have plenty of unwatched DVDs / Blu-rays to get through.
 

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Haha, what other cinemas do you have around there? For us, it's either an Odeon slap bang in the centre of Coventry or a 9 mile drive to a Showcase (luxury one). Or as I mentioned, a longer trip to the NEC to the Cineworld but hell no. Ah, I'm a solo person myself so I enjoy going on me own and getting my own space for a little while. Helps me to relax anyway but that's an each to their own thing! I much prefer the cinema experience so it all works out for me. I'm going to try and hit £1000 worth of cinema tickets during my tenure as a Limitless customer lol.
 

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