Join Quidco and get two free ODEON tickets to see whatever you want with whoever you want. I mean why would you not? It’s free stuff, but stuff you actually want.
So often are you goaded into downloading something or fulfilling a dangerously long survey in order to win some sort of prize, and the prize ends up being something like 10% off your next bathroom carpet from BathroomCarpetBoys in Sheffield or whatever. Absolutely not worth it.
This time though, it absolutely is, as Quidco, via Groupon, are giving you two ODEON tickets for free, so long as you sign up to Quidco – which is worth doing anyway – on either mobile, tablet or desktop which, again, is free!!!
Now is a great time to get two free cinema tickets, with films like 1917 and Little Women already out and James Bond: No Time To Die on the way.
With the simple click of a couple of buttons you could be watching something with a partner of your choice, or better yet, no-one and you can put your feet up in the extra chair.
(You probably can’t do that.)
So how do you do it? Easy, the steps are as follows:
- Sign-up to Quidco for free
- Visit Groupon on Quidco
- Click ‘Get My tickets’
- Buy two ODEON cinema tickets for £10
- Earn £2.34 cashback from Groupon + £10 cashback from Quidco as thanks for joining!
- Withdraw your £12.34 to your bank, PayPal or as gift voucher
What’s in it for me?
I just said. Free cinema tickets.
What’s a Quidco?
They’re a voucher and cashback company/app that helps you save money and get cool things for free. Like ODEON tickets!
Are there any hidden costs with this Quidco thing?
None at all. It’s completely safe and while you can have a subscription with Quidco that asks for £1 off your monthly cashback and gives you cool deals, you absolutely don’t need to and won’t have to unsubscribe from anything once you sign up.
What’s a cinema?
I’m not answering that.
Terms and Conditions apply and you can see those on the Groupon deal page. The deal expires on the 6th of March, so you don’t need to be dangerously fast, but still act with some sense of haste right here.