National Cinema Day: £3 tickets at Vue, Cineworld and Odeon - films you can watch in Bristol

Cineworld, Vue and Odeon offering cheap tickets across city for one day only

Everyone enjoys a trip to the flicks - and this weekend you can land some massive savings for your day out at the cinema with theatres across Bristol offering tickets for just £3 on National Cinema Day.

There’s a vast range of films you can see for less than the price of a latte including Top Gun: Maverick, Idris Elba’s big cat thriller Beast and Spiderman: No Way Home.

Or if you want to take the kids for a weekend treat as they return to school, child-friendly showings include Tad The Lost Explorer, DC League of the Super Pets and Minions: Rise of the Gru.

The deal, which will run for one day only on Saturday, is launching as cinemas worldwide celebrate National Cinema Day in September.

National Cinema Day takes place on Saturday 3 September.

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What is National Cinema Day?

Hundreds of cinemas across the UK are coming together to celebrate National Cinema Day on September 3 2022, inviting everyone to enjoy the “incomparable sights and sounds of the big screen experience.”

Participating cinemas are offering all tickets to all shows from just £3, providing an additional incentive for cinema goers to come along, sit back and enjoy a movie where it belongs - on the big screen.

How can I claim a National Cinema Day cheap ticket deal?

Over 600 cinemas across the UK are taking part in the National Cinema Day deal, including Odeon, Showcase, Vue and Cineworld.

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Buy your tickets at participating cinemas on National Cinema Day and you’ll pay just £3 each, so you can take the family out for less than £20.

If you book online, you may still have to pay a booking fee - but on average this will cost cinema-goers less than an extra £1.

The full list of cinema chains in Bristol taking part in National Cinema Day

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