Sweet Sundays Returns = £3.00 for cinema ticket + 2 sharing bags of chocolate

Sweet Sundays Returns = £3.00 for cinema ticket + 2 sharing bags of chocolate

If you have a Cineworld, Showcase, Empire, Movie House, Scott, Savoy, IMAX, Light Cinema, Merlin, Reel or WTW cinema nearby it’s time to get excited about discounted cinema tickets.

Basically, Mars group (Galaxy, Malteaser, Revels, M&Ms & Milky Way) are doing a promotion where if you collect 10 tokens you get a free cinema ticket, however two large sharing bags contain 5 tokens each, these should cost £1.50-£2 each in most supermarkets, so it works out at £3-£4+ for two bags of chocolate + 1 cinema ticket.

There is a maximum limit of 2 free cinema tickets per person. The 2 free cinema tickets can be claimed together or separately.

On the inside of the pack, there is a 10 digit code to claim your tokens, that you enter on https://www.sweetsundays.co.uk/

Once confirmed your tickets will arrive by email or if you wish via post.

Our local cinema chargers £12 for a cinema ticket, so by going this route we save 75% + I can put on weight guilt free!

Confused? Here are the FAQs for the promotion

What is the catch?

  • Tickets are only valid on Sundays
  • You probably will end up eating more chocolate
  • There is a maximum limit of 2 free cinema tickets per person. The 2 free cinema tickets can be claimed together or separately.
  • You will need to have clicked the “CLAIM” button in YOUR ACCOUNT page by 23:59 on October 19th 2017.
  • All tickets must have been used by 23:59 on November 12th 2017.

Where is the cheapest place to buy the chocolate?

This will vary most weeks but here are the links to the relevant pages on all the various supermarkets

 

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