Odeon Kids Screenings £2.50 Daily This Half Term

Odeon Kids Screenings £2.50 Daily This Half Term

Looking for ways to keep the kids entertained this Half term? Odeon are running their great value Odeon Kids screenings every day this half term with tickets costing just £2.50 each!

You can see films like The BFG, Finding Dory, Secret Life Of Pets and Pete's Dragon with showings every day over the school holidays, so that you can keep the kids entertained for a fab price whatever the weather.

Although the half term holidays vary across the UK, your local cinema should have Odeon Kids screenings when the majority of schools in the area are on holiday as they schedule according to local school holidays.

As well as these value screenings of older releases at the reduced prices there are will also be screenings of the new animated family comedies Storks and Trolls over the half term holidays too, though those will be at regular ticket prices as they are new releases.

Tickets for Odeon Kids are £2.50 except at the following cinemas where they are even cheaper: Weston-super-Mare (£2), Dundee, Bristol and Belfast (£1.50), Worcester, Exeter, Dorchester and Telford (£1).

If you book online there's no booking fee, so you just pay the £2.50 per ticket for both adults and children for Odeon Kids screenings.

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  • Melissa D.

    I want to see bfg:see_no_evil::thinking::grinning:

    • Jessica C.

      I need to take off at least a week for this!!!!

      • Stephanie C.

        Empire cinemas have kids films on at 10.30am and 11am on a sat and sun for only £1.50 for adults and children

        • Amy W.

          Could see bfg and the secret life off pets too xx

          • Hayleypxxx

            Watch secret life if pets its a really good movie 

          • Sarah L.

            We went to see finding dory last weekend at cineworld for £1.80 for movies for juniors! Need to book online to get that price xxx

            • Amy E.

              Cheaper at cineworld n they do it everyday of holidays too x

              • Louise A.

                Not sure Hugo will sit through the bfg as it's actual people (bit like the Cinderella remake etc) xx

                • Hannah F.

                  Nice one! We saw dory a couple of weeks ago and I think bfg a bit too scary for their age group but they'd enjoy secret life of pets, I loved it! :grinning:

                  • Rachel V.

                    Can't book yet though for half term?

                    • Charlotte O.

                      Finding dory :blush::blush::blush::raised_hands_tone1::raised_hands_tone1:

                      • Sarah C.

                        Not sure look on oden website I'm taking grace in holidays was gonna pay 20 quid so glad I seen it xx

                        • Keleigh N.

                          Do it they all good films x

                          • Nicola M.

                            Yes !!! I really want to see bfg lol xx

                            • Shelly L.

                              Cineworld junior movies in always a good deal used to be £1 eaxh