3 for 2 tickets this May & June
Indiana Jones found the Holy Grail, Anakin Skywalker became Darth Vader and Frodo destroyed of the ring....Lot of exciting things happen when you get to the third film, and that’s why we believe that 3 is the magic number!
So kick off your summer at ODEON and after you have watched two films with us, get your third film for free! You can choose your magic number 3 for any performance Monday to Friday before 5pm.
Take a look at the upcoming films in what looks set to be one of the most exciting summers of cinema!
Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket and Groot are back for ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2’, in a cosmos-spanning adventure to try and track down Peter Quill’s mysterious father.
They know he’s not human, but it’s not much of a lead to go on. And their search doesn’t go smoothly as a new threat rears its head – after all, the galaxy isn’t going to save itself.
Get hooked on a feeling all over again for ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2’, which reunites our beloved space heroes and introduces new people to the team. Ooga chaka!
Richard Thorncroft was TV’s greatest detective in the ‘80s: ‘Mindhorn’ was a sleuth with a bionic eye that let him literally see the truth. 25 years later, he’s washed up.
Shuffling from audition to audition with an unconvincing toupee, he’s not exactly living the high life… until an insane serial killer calls the police and demands to speak to Detective Mindhorn. He’s convinced that the robot-eyed hero is a real person, and Thorncroft has to get back into character to stop him.
A hilarious, farcical comedy that earned glowing reviews at the London Film Festival, relive Thorncroft’s glory days one last time with ‘Mindhorn’.
The latest chapter in the iconic sci-fi horror franchise, ‘Alien: Covenant’ chronicles the voyage of the colony ship Covenant, bound for a distant planet, whose crew makes a terrible discovery. They’re undertaking the first large-scale colonisation mission, and their new world was supposed to be a paradise.
But in reality, it’s a hell: as the crew discover threats and creatures more horrific than they can imagine, their quest for a new home quickly turns into a desperate attempt to escape.
Ridley Scott continues the groundbreaking saga with ‘Alien: Covenant’, bringing one of cinema’s most legendary monsters back to terrify us once again.
‘Miss Sloane’ is the most sought-after and infamous lobbyist in D.C., known for her fierce intelligence and willingness to do whatever is necessary to win, no matter the cost.
Political lobbying is about foresight – anticipating your opponent’s move and making sure they can’t anticipate yours. She’s always been an expert, but when she takes on her most powerful opponent yet, she finds that victory may come at too high a price.
Journey into the heart of political power-brokering with ‘Miss Sloane’, directed by John Madden and starring Jessica Chastain in the title role.
When Emily’s boyfriend dumps her on the eve of their exotic holiday, she convinces her mother to come with her instead. Unfortunately, they end up being ‘Snatched’ by kidnappers.
The US government isn’t able to help them, so they’re on their own. Which means that not only do mother and daughter need to get along, they need to work together to escape the most dangerous situation of their lives. Simple, right?
Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn star in ‘Snatched’, a madcap comedy about their desperate attempt to get back home against all the odds.
An iconoclastic reinvention of the classic story, ‘King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword’ follows Arthur’s journey from growing up rough in the back streets to claiming his rightful throne. When he was a child, his father was murdered and his sinister uncle Vortigern seized the crown. But now the Sword in the Stone has revealed itself again, and the prophecy of a trueborn king is spreading among the people. Arthur must come forth and acknowledge his legacy – whether he wants to or not.
Guy Ritchie brings his unique style to ‘King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword’, a sweeping fantasy epic starring Charlie Hunnam and Jude Law.
The epic franchise returns for its fifth instalment, ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge’, which sees a crew of deadly ghost sailors, led by Captain Salazar, hunting down Jack Sparrow.
Jack’s never had the best luck, and things are looking particularly bad for him now. His only hope for survival is the legendary Trident of Poseidon, but he’ll need to ally with beautiful astronomer Carina and headstrong sailor Henry to get it. And Jack’s alliances tend not to last too long…
It’s a pirate’s life for us in ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge’, which sees Johnny Depp square off against Javier Bardem as the diabolical Salazar.
Mitch and his ‘Baywatch’ team keep people safe and protect the beach. But when a sinister criminal scheme threatens the Bay, they find themselves forced to step up their game.
Unfortunately, their funding’s been cut and they’ve had to hire former Olympian Matt Brody for a PR boost. But Matt’s a reckless daredevil idiot, and he immediately clashes with the straightforward, no-nonsense Mitch.
The iconic TV series makes its triumphant return on the big screen in ‘Baywatch’, starring Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron as the mismatched lifeguards-turned-wannabe-police.
Diana is princess of the Amazons, a race of women living in isolation. And when the Great War comes to their island, Diana takes up the mantle of ‘Wonder Woman’.
Sworn to defend the world, she leaves her home with dashing American pilot Steve Trevor to fight in the War and try to bring it to an end. But even the princess of a race of warriors can’t be prepared for the horrors waiting for her in the trenches.
All the world is waiting for ‘Wonder Woman’, an eagerly-anticipated superhero epic that brings the origin story of comics’ greatest heroine to life.
The epic franchise continues with ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’, and Optimus Prime has disappeared to search for his creator. In his absence, humans and Transformers are at each other’s throats.
War has broken out, and a terrible battle for survival has begun. Cade Yeager is determined to learn why the Transformers keep coming back to Earth out of all the planets in the cosmos – only for Optimus Prime to return.
The battle rages on in ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’, picking up where ‘Age Of Extinction’ left off and introducing Anthony Hopkins to this world.
Ticket collection terms and conditions:
1. You can receive a free standard ticket to any 2D film in May or June 2017 between Monday – Friday before 5pm only, when you buy two, full price ODEON tickets to a 2D, 3D or iSense screening between 28th April – 25th June 2017 (inclusive). The free ticket will be for the same type of person i.e two adult tickets can be collected to receive a third adult ticket. The free ticket redemption terms are set out below.
2. Tickets can be collected on multiple films per day, but must be for separate screenings.
3. Tickets cannot be gifted by other members of your party or anyone else. Ticket must be your own. Other members of a party/transaction can collect tickets for their own wallet.
4. Only fully priced tickets are eligible for this promotion. This includes Adult, Teen, Child, Student and Senior ticket types. Family Tickets are excluded from this promotion.
5. Tickets can be collected on any screening format or premium offering, including 2D, 3D and ISENSE
6. Only physical tickets can be collected for the offer. These include tickets purchased at the retail counter or box office, or tickets collected from the ticket machine if the booking was made online. Online booking confirmation emails are not valid for the offer.
7. Tickets collected on Bargain Days will be included.
8. Tickets from any promotional offer or discount cannot be included. This includes Tesco Clubcard, Times+ or Times 241.
9. Tickets collected on ODEON Newbies, ODEON Kids, ODEON Silver Cinema, ODEON Event Cinema or ODEON Screen Unseen are excluded. Not valid on premieres, special events or screenings or events not open to the public.
10. Tickets purchased with a Limitless card or OPC points are excluded.
11. Tickets can be collected on standard or premier seating.
12. Tickets can be collected at all ODEON cinemas in the Republic of Ireland
13. One screening is considered to be the showing of a film at the same time, same film, same screen.
Free Ticket Redemption Terms and Conditions:
1. The presentation of two valid tickets (as specified in terms above) at the box office or retail counter entitles you to a single, free standard 2D ticket on screenings between 1st May to 30th June 2017 inclusive, Monday – Friday before 5pm only.
2. Free ticket is valid for Adult, Child, Teen, Student and Senior Tickets types. Offer is not valid on Family Tickets.
3. Free ticket can be redeemed at ODEON Box Office or retail counter only. Free ticket cannot be redeemed online at ODEONcinemas.ie, on the ODEON app or at the ticket machine.
4. Free ticket is not valid on 3D, ISENSE, Premier Gallery or any other premium priced seat.
5. Free ticket is not valid on ODEON Newbies, ODEON Kids, ODEON Silver Cinema, ODEON Event Cinema or ODEON Screen Unseen. Not valid on premieres, special events or screenings or events not open to the public.
6. Free ticket is valid at all ODEON cinemas in the Republic of Ireland
7. The two valid tickets can be exchanged once for a free ticket and must be surrendered to the Cinema Host during the transaction.
8. Free ticket cannot be used with any other offer or discount including Tesco Clubcard, The Times +, or Times 241
10. OPC points cannot be claimed on the free ticket.
11. Proof of age may be required for some ticket types. You must show a valid Student card to receive a Student ticket type.
12. Free ticket is for your personal use only.
13. Free ticket cannot be used to buy 3D glasses, gift cards, food, drink, or any other ODEON goods or services.
14. Tickets are subject to availability, normal age restrictions and any other relevant standard terms including ODEON's general admission terms.
15. Offer may be withdrawn at any time.
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