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ODEON launches tickets from £5 across all cinemas in Wales

Guests of ODEON cinemas in Wales such as ODEON Cardiff, ODEON Swansea and ODEON Bridgend can now experience the year’s biggest films from just £5 per ticket, all day, everyday

Locals can now enjoy some of the biggest and best blockbusters on the big screen for a new all-day, everyday price from just £5 per ticket at all ODEON cinemas in Wales. These include ODEON Cardiff, ODEON Llanelli, ODEON Swansea, ODEON Bridgend and ODEON Wrexham.

The everyday low-price tickets are launching just in time for the Summer holidays and one of the biggest years of family film to date, meaning guests can see the most anticipated releases of the year for less.

From just £5 a ticket or £5.75 if booked online (includes booking fee), families can experience the next exciting instalment of our feathered friends in The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2nd August) as well as live-action adventure in Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans (26th July), Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (14th August), Dora & the Lost City of Gold (16th August) and Astro Kid (23rd  August).

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  • Single standard 2D tickets for screenings are from £5 (if booked in cinema) or £5.75 (if booked online). The online price includes an online booking fee of 75p per ticket.
  • Price does not apply to special screenings and events, or family tickets. Additional upgrade costs apply to other film formats and seat types

Popular films locals can catch this Summer from £5 a ticket include:

  • Toy Story 4 (21st June)
  • The Lion King (19th July)
  • Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans (26th July)
  • Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw (1st August)
  • The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2nd August)
  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (14th August)
  • Dora & the Lost City of Gold (16th August)
  • Astro Kid (23rd August)

Chris Bates, Commercial Director at ODEON UK & Ireland commented:

“We are pleased to launch an everyday low-price across our cinemas in Wales, with tickets from just £5. This Summer is going to be full of huge blockbusters for everyone to enjoy and we’re looking forward to welcoming guests through the door at our cinemas in Wales.”

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