Cinema tickets on Virgin Red - what's the best option?

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    Graham Muspratt

    Keep it simple £7 across the board would make sense to me, so option 1

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    Ross Watson

    Option 1

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    Sharon36evans

    Free? Lol.. nah £7 across the board is fine I guess although in b'ham I get to go for £4 on our cheap Tuesday

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    Patrice Browne

    Option 1 I think.

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    John Vinson

    Option 1 sounds the most fair

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    Jo Halsall

    £7 for everyone - one size fits all in my opinion, can't discriminate by location.

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    Chris Kennedy

    No Odeon nearby (100mile rountrip) so no real preference either way.
    Option 2 if forced to chose.

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    alex scott

    Same across the board or make it a freebie via virgin red!!

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    Hunnybun's Bracelets

    Option 1
    £7 for everyone regardless of where they live

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    Virgin Red

    @Chris Kennedy - this is for more chains this time, including independent cinemas. That's why the price is a bit higher than last time :)

    @Alex Scott - freebie would be nice! I think we might struggle with that one for now though sorry :)

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    Oluwafemi Fayoyin

    Keeping it simple @£7 will be nice. Could encourage pple who want to av the feel of cinemas outside their areas to travel a bit knowing that it's still the same price they'll pay

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    David Slavin

    Option 1 Emily keep it simple especially if it means I can support my local cinema thanks. ;)

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    Carole Steers

    Option 1, keeps it simple and means you don't have to specify your "London" area as often parts of Surrey and Middlesex are lumped in with central where things are a bit more pricey.

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    Elaine Savage

    Option 2 would suit me but will go with Option 1 which is fair

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    Elaine Savage

    Still cheap for cinema tickets

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    Laura Antill

    No. 2 is better for me but 1 is fairer

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    Christopher

    Option 1 is easiest. Good to see this will include wider range plus independent as that supports films with a limited release

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    Joe Ifill-Hosier

    places like London you're more likely to get a bigger wage so I will suggest all tickets for enough London be £6 pounds tickets for outer London £5 do you that for all major cities places like Brighton £4 because you want to encourage people to go and watch films in cinemas again because at the moment it is read Dick usually expensive to go to the cinema anyway

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    Rachel Street

    Option two
    The rest of the uk often takes a back seat to London, why should we , as the majority population, subsidise the monitory , you made your choice, pay the price

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    Lucinda Burns

    Option 2 - it maintains the relative value of the offer compared to actual ticket prices.

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    Stuart Garside

    Big fan if keeping it simple £7

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    Angie

    I wouldn't personally use but I think option 1 is the fairest x

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    Lucy Garden

    My local Vue cinema, in Harrow, sells all its seats for £5.99 so neither offer works for me, I'm afraid 

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    Richard Lynch

    Hi Emily,

    I don't live near London and Odeon by me is cheaper than both options, however getting  a choice on different companies is good as the Showcase by me is a lot more expensive than the Odeon cinema. Horses for courses.

    Option 2 is better for me but I am not really fussed over the different options as long as there is a reasonable amount available and not all sold out in half an hour.

    Having more choice is a good move.😊

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    Stephen Lappin

    Option 2 would be best for me

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    William Shirriffs

    Option 1. Agree with the majority to keep it simple. If it means more choices of where we can use the tickets, £7 is fair and still cheap! 

    Glad to see Virgin Red expanding offers to be more inclusive for members outside of London! Well done!

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    Muggy_melt

    Option 2

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    Paul Knox

    Option 1 seems the fairest

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    tim mcmanus

    Keep it simple £7.00 across the board simplez

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    Mike Fennell

    £7.00 across the wide board...

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