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Get Cheap Movie Tickets with Ticket Bounty

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by Jenny Esots (subscribe)
A freelance writer and traveller who likes to explore the spiritual, literary and hidden gems of Adelaide and beyond.
Published August 8th 2014
Looking for cheap movie tickets?
Prices of cinema tickets are not cheap.

It has always been a refuge to disappear into a cinema and escape into another world for a few hours. Staying home to watch things on the small screen has the pitfalls of many distractions. The cinema offers big seats, popcorn and other yummy ice creams. Who doesn't love a choc top?

Movie popcorn
Movie popcorn


The big screen can be seen as a luxury. The good news is it is now more within reach thanks to a new offer via ticket bounty.

Ticket bounty offers movie tickets sometimes as low as $5 and up to $15 but nowhere near the $20 some cinemas currently charge.

They have sourced empty cinema seats all around Australia. The cinemas get to fill empty seats and people get to view great movies.

Initially Adelaide only had the opportunity to use Ticket bounty at the Piccadilly cinema in North Adelaide.



This week all Wallis cinemas are now included Noarlunga, Mitcham, Mt Barker, and the Picadilly.

The system for purchasing tickets is quite pain free.

A sign in is required to the Ticket Bounty site.

Once there select the cinema, movie, date and session you would like to go to.

Pay online and print off your voucher.

Take to the cinema for entry, the cinema redeems the voucher for a ticket.

Why not have a lazy Sunday?
Why not have a lazy Sunday?


I ventured in to see the sterling movie Calvary today via Ticket Bounty for all of $8. Normal ticket prices being $18.50.

There is a small processing fee.

Calvary, now showing.
Calvary, now showing.


Other websites offer deals, usually restricted in some way. Others require an annual membership.

This site requires no joining fee. Just log in and start going to the movies again.

There are plans for a candy bar deal to be included. So stay tuned for news on that.
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Why? Cheap movie tickets
When: Daily
Where: Any Wallis cinema
Cost: $5 to $15
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Thanks Jenny - I'll be sure to share this article far and wide!
by Jenny Pickett (score: 3|1725) 2676 days ago
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