2-4-1 cinema tickets all year for just £2!

2-4-1 cinema tickets all year for just £2!

Make a trip to the cinema a regular thing with this fantastic offer…

If you’ve been crying over the loss of the Orange Wednesdays cinema deal that ended last year, then we might have just the money saving offer for you.

Everyone loves a trip to their local cinema to catch the latest blockbuster, whether it’s an action-packed thriller, a weepy chick flick or just the latest cartoon to keep the kids quiet for a few hours on Saturday morning.

It can be a very expensive business though, with cinema tickets regularly hitting £8 or £9 – unsurprisingly, prices can be even higher in London.

You might have seen Compare the Market’s latest commercial featuring meerkats Sergei and Alexander advertising ‘buy one get one free’ cinema tickets and written it off. After all, your car, home and holidays are already insured. Luckily, there’s a sneaky way to get around this!

By purchasing a single trip insurance policy through Compare the Market, you can lock in your deal. They’ve been found for as little as £1.37 – less than the cost of a second cinema ticket, even if you only use it once! It doesn’t need to be an insurance policy that you intend to use, so just compare prices for UK cover for one day for one adult. 


Once you’ve made a qualifying purchase you’ll receive details on how to redeem your ‘Meerkat Movies’ voucher code and claim 2-4-1 cinema tickets on a Tuesday or Wednesday for a whole year. I’d call that quite the money saving bargain!

For other cheap deals on cinema tickets, try hitting your local independent cinema. Tickets are often a fraction of the price of the big chains and you could find a showing of an old classic or something you missed first time around.

If you have kids in tow, check out special showings on weekend mornings and during the school holidays – sometimes kids go free or for a discounted admission. Finally, make sure you sneak your snacks into the silver screen in your handbag. Concessions in the foyer can charge extortionate prices, and you’ll find more choice in the aisles of your favourite supermarket anyway!

What’s your favourite trick for saving a few pennies on a cinema trip?

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