A couple watching a movieQ: I’m finding it really expensive to go to the cinema. Do you have any tips on how I can cut the cost?

A: Going to see a film needn’t be overly expensive. If you’re a real movie fan and go more than twice a month, then it’s worth investing in an ‘all-you-can-watch’ deal like the Cineworld Unlimited Card.

Costing just £14.99 a month, it lets you watch as many films as you like a month at any time of the day.

If you’re more of a once-a-month cinema-goer and have an Orange phone or Orange broadband, you can get two tickets for the price of one on Wednesdays.

Simply text FILM to 241 (texts cost 35p) on a Wednesday and show the confirmation text to the cinema box office when you book your tickets.

If you have Orange broadband, just text ‘JOIN’ and your unique user name (the part of your Orange email address after the @ sign) to 80241. Then text ‘FILM’ to 80241 and book in the same way as above.

When you are taking young children, consider going along to the Saturday morning cinema clubs that most top cinema chains offer, where you and your children can watch a relatively new movie from just £1 each.

If you’re over 60, make sure you get your Senior Citizen discount (up to £2 off) and Odeon Cinemas offers Senior Screen sessions where more mature guests can get discounted tickets and free tea and coffee before the film.

Andrea Ventress, Money expert

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