People tend to check in during these times:
With over 700 screens at 82 cinemas across the UK and Ireland, Vue offers you the ultimate cinema experience.
Probably the dearest cinema in Bristol. If you're buying food in house go for large and combos to save money. You are allowed to take your own apart from alcohol and hot food like Mc D's
Make sure you get a voucher you get £1.50 off for adults. The staff won't necessarily hand them out to you but if you ask from them they will give you some. Alternatively just go on Wednesday!
Try the movies.
Remember to take some drinks and snacks.
Try the Veal.
Longwell green is not really in Bristol
I agree Mark, very expensive!!
Wear some perfume or aftershave. Not so much it gives you a headache and spoils the film, but enough to mask the funny smell.
Bring a credit card. You'll need it at their prices. £8.80 for a ticket? Havin' a laugh.
Individual seat booking has started
Orange Wednesday also allows oap discounts so two tickets for £5.75! Also handing out money off vouchers in jan for future visits ..
Surrounding area pretty grotty. Pub sticky & bleachy. Only cheap chain restaurants to eat from. Hope the Hobbit's good! :-)
Leave 20 minutes early and pop in Asda to get your sweets and treats before the movie. This vue is 400% more expensive than Asda
Unfortunately when you buy tickets online you have to pay the card transaction fee of £1.50 :(
Don't get the nachos, the cheese sauce is poor and the salsa is disgusting.
Limited car parking
Don't queue, order online on your smartphone on the way there.
Try the chocolate macadamia Ben and jerrys, its the best!!
best cinema....my sister works there so i get to watch films freeee :-D