Empire Ticket Prices: How much is a ticket at Empire? (See Now)

Empire Cinemas Limited is a popular movie theater complex chain in the United Kingdom. It is the largest independently-owned cinema in the UK, which currently operates 164 screens in 17 cinemas.



Its theaters are spread all over the United Kingdom. They can be found at Bishops Stortford, Birmingham (Great Park), Catterick Garrison, Clydebank, High Wycombe, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Slough, Sunderland, Sutton, Sutton Coldfield, Swindon, Wigan, and Walthamstow.

Empire Ticket Prices

AGETICKET PRICE
MOVIES (OFFPEAK*)
Adult£5.95 - £8.00
Child (14 years and under)£5.00 - £6.25
Student / Senior (60+)£5.00 - £6.25
Family**£20.00 - £25.00
MOVIES (PEAK*)
Adult£6.95 - £8.75
Child (14 years and under)£5.00 - £6.25
Student / Senior (60+)£5.00 - £8.00
Family£20.00 - £25.00
*PEAK PERIODS INCLUDE ALL DAY ON FRI, SAT, AND SUN. AS WELL AS PUBLIC HOLIDAYS AND AFTER 5PM ON WED + THUR.
3D MOVIES (OFFPEAK)
Adult£6.50 - £7.75
Child (14 years and under)£6.50 - £7.75
Student / Senior (60+)£6.50 - £7.75
Family£26.00 - £31.00
3D MOVIES* (PEAK)
Adult£8.45 - £11.00
Child (14 years and under)£6.50 - £7.75
Student / Senior (60+)£6.50 - £9.50
Family£26.00 - £31.00
*3D MOVIES REQUIRE SPECIAL GLASSES WHICH CAN BE PURCHASED FOR £1 IF YOU DON'T ALREADY HAVE ONE.
TUESDAY SAVER (ALLDAY)
Adult£3.95 - £5.00
Child (14 years and under)£3.95 - £5.00
Student / Senior (60+)£3.95 - £5.00
IMPACT
Adult£8.25 - £9.00
Child (14 years and under)£6.00 - £6.50
Student / Senior (60+)£6.00 - £6.50
Family£24.00 - £26.00
IMAX (OFFPEAK)
Adult£11.25 - £12.00
Child (14 years and under)£10.50 - £11.25
Student / Senior (60+)£10.50 - £11.25
Family£42.00 - £45.00
IMAX (PEAK)
Adult£12.50 - £13.75
Child (14 years and under)£10.50 - £11.25
Student / Senior (60+)£10.50 - £11.25
Family£42.00 - £45.00
IMAX (TUESDAY)
Adult£9.00
Child (14 years and under)£9.00
Student / Senior (60+)£9.00
Family£9.00

History

Empire Cinemas originally opened with the name Empire Theatre in the year 1884 at Leicester Square. It was then a West End Variety Theatre, which was a layout by Thomas Verity.

In 2005, Empire Cinemas Limited was created, after it purchased the deprived theaters from Cineworld and Odeon Cinemas. It took six cinemas from Cineworld and another eleven from Odeon by the order of the Office of Fair Trading. After the acquisition, Empire Cinemas Limited merged them as Empire Cinemas.

Due to Empire’s continuous innovations, it released its first ever IMAX theater on May of 2014 at the Leicester Square Cinema.

In July of 2016, Cineworld bought Empire’s five cinemas, as well as the Leicester Square, for an amount of £94 million. On August 12, 2016, Cineworld became the new owner of Empire Cinemas.

Empire Review

Empire screens every movie from the blockbusters to art-house classics. They provide a wide range of movies, so it could cater to all ages.

Empire’s theater complex offers 3D screening and IMAX screening aside from the regular cinematic screening. All cinemas are equipped with HD surround sound systems.

Ticket prices range from £5.95 for children aged 14 years old below and £7.95 for adults. Movies in 3D cost an additional of £1.50 per ticket, while IMAX has an additional £6.30 per ticket.

Discounts are also given to the elderly and to students. You can buy tickets online and reserve seats through their online site as well.

Empire also offers promos available for families of 2 adults with 2 children, or 1 adult and 3 children. This costs £23.80 for standard movies, £29.80 for 3D movies, and £49.80 for IMAX movies.

Recently, they associated with Meerkat Movie Promotions to provide a rewards program. New customers can avail of 2 tickets for the price of 1. This promo is available only on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

About

Empire Cinemas Limited is known for their state-of-the-art screens and affordable ticket prices. These made them the top choice for audiences not only in the United Kingdom but also in most of Europe.

Empire also gives importance to persons with disabilities (PWDs), offering them wheelchair-accessible spaces inside the cinemas, and allowing them to buy tickets online by just clicking the wheelchair logo for the movie they want to book for.

In partnership with the cinema chain Showcase, they provide the customer magazine, “Escape.” Escape features film reviews, interviews and competitions, and is distributed twice in a month for free in over 50 cinemas.

Empire always ensures their audiences’ comfort with the latest innovations they could provide. With their care and service, Empire has been the favorite staple of many moviegoers.

Links

http://empirecinemas.co.uk/

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