Remember the good old days when movie tickets were $7 and student tickets were $5? Those were pretty much the only two ticket prices we ever had to remember.
Nowadays, tickets can cost you anywhere from $8.50 to $30, depending on what type of movie it is and which format (2D, 3D, IMAX, IMAX 3D for example) it is screened in.
But don’t worry if those prices seem steep, there are also a whole bevy of discounts that different cinemas offer.
They do change from time to time, but don’t worry, we’ve got the latest discounts as of 21 April right here. You don’t have to read the fine print (and for some cinemas, the fine print is so tiny it is literally pixellated when you zoom in), we’ve done the homework for you.
“Standard” tickets refer to regular cinema tickets, and are not inclusive of special events, sneak previews. They also do not apply to the “first week titles” or “opening titles” movies for some of the cinemas, which refers to tickets bought in the week when the films premiere.
You will generally not be able to get a discount on public holidays and the eve of public holidays.
The most expensive days to watch films on are: Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Chinese New Year Eve, and Chinese New Year Day 1 and 2. There are virtually no offers on those days.
*All discounts are accurate as of 21 April, 2017.
Sorry Golden Village very money grubbing nowadays, all those discounts you mentioned must be either through web order or automated ticketing machines, if anytime you go there and find that their machines break down, I don't think they will give you a discount
buy online very convie
there have a few machines to buy from at the cinema
dont think all break down at the same time
why so pessimistic?
if the machine broke down they don't want to give you discount
Not sure what to use to enjoy movie ticket discounts at Cathay Cineplexes? Now you don’t have to keep asking around and just use any Mastercard debit or credit card that’s with you.
That’s because from now till the end of 2017, Cathay Cineplexes has partnered with Mastercard to offer $8 weekday (Mon – Thurs) and $10.50 weekend (Fri – Sun) movie tickets, including sneak previews. Usually, it costs $9 and $13 per ticket.
Simply make payment using your Mastercard at the box office counters or self-ticketing kiosks to enjoy the discount. Not valid for online bookings.
Although $6.50 is the cheapest tickets you can get as a Golden Village Movie Club member on Tuesdays, this birthday promotion lets you choose among three more weekdays to catch the latest titles.
In case you didn’t know, registering to become a Golden Village Movie Club member is free and you can do it online here.
Club members enjoy $7 movie tickets with minimum two tickets on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday (excluding eve of and public holidays) from now till 25 October at the following GV cinemas:
Applicable for purchase via the Box Office, Automated Ticketing Machine, online or via iGV mobile app. Members are required to log in or scan their membership eCard in order to be entitled to this offer.