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Movies are back and you can watch something new every month at Cineplex, where registration is open for their CineClub movie subscription program.

Originally launched in August 2021, CineClub is a subscription service where members get one regular admission ticket every month with no expiration, access members-only ticket prices, discounts on concessions and more for $9.99 per month. Here are the monthly perks that come with a CineClub subscription:

  • One regular CineClub member ticket that never expires and rolls over
  • One companion ticket for $9.99 with the CineClub member ticket
  • Up to two CineClub-priced tickets for $9.99 per showtime for additional visits anytime during the month
  • 20% off concessions (excluding alcoholic beverages)
  • 20% off gaming at The Rec Room and Playdium locations in Canada
  • 10% off purchases from the Cineplex Store

CineClub tickets are added automatically each month to active membership accounts and can only be used with regular screenings, but upgrades to premium formats are available with an additional fee. A SCENE membership is required to sign up for CineClub – SCENE membership is free and lets you earn points for free movies and meals at Cineplex, Harvey's, Swiss Chalet and more.

For reference, the $9.99 monthly price is competitive for movie fans, as the price for one general admission ticket is regularly $13.25 in Toronto theatres (pricing may vary by region), which means you'll break-even by watching one movie per month. Plus, you don't have to use your ticket immediately if there isn't anything worth watching, as CineClub tickets do not expire and can be banked towards future showtimes as long as you're an active member.

CineClub memberships automatically renew at $9.99 every month and you can cancel your membership at any time.

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    • Just got an email promoting annual membership. $120 less $10 in scene points looks like?

      Don't have that much confidence in this company, I'll stick with monthly.
      Yup, I don't need that extra 10 bucks that bad.
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    • Just got an email promoting annual membership. $120 less $10 in scene points looks like?

      Don't have that much confidence in this company, I'll stick with monthly.
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    • Hi, if i join the CineClub today, will i get the free monthly ticket right away? i'm planning to go for a movie on Aug 11. TIA
      Yes
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    • Hi, if i join the CineClub today, will i get the free monthly ticket right away? i'm planning to go for a movie on Aug 11. TIA
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    • Just got into the cineclub today. Will pay off on its own, even if I do not go monthly considering that the free monthly tickets are banked into your account
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    • Not sure how that could work... The monthly fee is charged to my credit card.
      The Happy Teen card is a prepaid debit card, so it should work, in theory
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    • Anyone know if you can use the Happy Teen cards to pay for this?
      Not sure how that could work... The monthly fee is charged to my credit card.
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    • Anyone know if you can use the Happy Teen cards to pay for this?
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    • I looked at the Cineplex FAQ page, and this is actually a good deal. The reason is that if you don't use the "free ticket" in a month, it carries over to the next month, and does not expire.

      It also offers companion tix (to a limits below) at $9.99 per month plus HST.

      So as $13.50 is my regular ticket price, it looks like a savings of $2.21 per ticket for yourself each month and whomever you take to the movie after you include HST.

      From the FAQ:
      Q: What happens if I don’t use my CineClub Member Ticket in the month it is earned?
      A: Your CineClub Member Ticket does not expire. They remain in your account to be used at a later date

      Q: How many CineClub-priced tickets may I purchase each day?
      A: You can purchase CineClub-priced tickets three (3) times a day with a maximum of two (2) CineClub-priced tickets per session/movie. You can only purchase additional CineClub-priced tickets 90 minutes after the start of your previous movie showtime.
      Yeah, this was discussed pretty early on. As long as you don't join and then just NEVER GO TO CINEPLEX EVER AGAIN, it's good value.
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    • I looked at the Cineplex FAQ page, and this is actually a good deal. The reason is that if you don't use the "free ticket" in a month, it carries over to the next month, and does not expire.

      It also offers companion tix (to a limits below) at $9.99 per month plus HST.

      So as $13.50 is my regular ticket price, it looks like a savings of $2.21 per ticket for yourself each month and whomever you take to the movie after you include HST.

      From the FAQ:
      Q: What happens if I don’t use my CineClub Member Ticket in the month it is earned?
      A: Your CineClub Member Ticket does not expire. They remain in your account to be used at a later date

      Q: How many CineClub-priced tickets may I purchase each day?
      A: You can purchase CineClub-priced tickets three (3) times a day with a maximum of two (2) CineClub-priced tickets per session/movie. You can only purchase additional CineClub-priced tickets 90 minutes after the start of your previous movie showtime.
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    • They started charging for the 'convenience' of buying tickets online, basically pushing people toward this. lol
      Not a surprise - have to recoup those covid losses somehow, right?
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    • They started charging for the 'convenience' of buying tickets online, basically pushing people toward this. lol
      even as a cineclub member that gets it waved it is rather scummy thing to do
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    • They started charging for the 'convenience' of buying tickets online, basically pushing people toward this. lol
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    • It would show in you CineClub account page

      Yes, you can redeem all of them in one booking

      CineClub FAQ
      https://cineplex.service-now.com/gsc?id ... 88cc4bcbce

      Q: Can I redeem my CineClub Member Ticket and purchase CineClub-priced tickets in the same transaction?
      A: If you have one or more CineClub Member Tickets available in your account, your options are below -
      • Redeem your CineClub Member Ticket(s); OR
      • Purchase one CineClub-priced ticket; OR
      • Redeem your CineClub Member Ticket(s) plus purchase one CineClub-priced ticket
      Thanks for all those info.
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    • Thinking about joining Cineclub, how do I see how many member tickets I have if I did not use any in the month?

      Since member ticket can be accumulated to be used at a later month, can I redeem or add them all and use them all in one booking?
      It would show in you CineClub account page

      Yes, you can redeem all of them in one booking

      CineClub FAQ
      https://cineplex.service-now.com/gsc?id ... 88cc4bcbce

      Q: Can I redeem my CineClub Member Ticket and purchase CineClub-priced tickets in the same transaction?
      A: If you have one or more CineClub Member Tickets available in your account, your options are below -
      • Redeem your CineClub Member Ticket(s); OR
      • Purchase one CineClub-priced ticket; OR
      • Redeem your CineClub Member Ticket(s) plus purchase one CineClub-priced ticket
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    • Thinking about joining Cineclub, how do I see how many member tickets I have if I did not use any in the month?

      Since member ticket can be accumulated to be used at a later month, can I redeem or add them all and use them all in one booking?
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    • I live in a center that has a Cineplex theatre. What's the frequency of visits that would make this deal worth it?
      Any number of visits greater than zero would, theoretically, make this deal "worth it". You paid your $10 for the month, you got your one discounted pass, any further discounts that month are just icing on the cake.
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    • I live in a center that has a Cineplex theatre. What's the frequency of visits that would make this deal worth it?
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    • I'm in.. .wife and 2 kids $36 + me at cineclub pricing for batman on monday
      still a bit less than paying regular but with CAA closed on weekends (what is this the '70s?) and me not interested in going to fight a costco crowd on a saturday, it's the best deal i could find

      9.99 extra adult
      13.50 one adult
      8.60 kid under 14
      4.17 tax (Ont)

      9,99 cineclub for me
      I just switched over to CAA insurance, and got a $20 discounts-only membership to get the insurance savings... I always forget to check for other discounts like Cineplex. But seriously, what's with closing on weekends?
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    • I'm in.. .wife and 2 kids $36 + me at cineclub pricing for batman on monday
      still a bit less than paying regular but with CAA closed on weekends (what is this the '70s?) and me not interested in going to fight a costco crowd on a saturday, it's the best deal i could find

      9.99 extra adult
      13.50 one adult
      8.60 kid under 14
      4.17 tax (Ont)

      9,99 cineclub for me
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    • Received this email with update regarding potential theatre closures due to COVID-19
      Got this email on Dec 23rd, but then I was charged again on Dec 30. Anyone had this happen? I’m in Ontario so it should’ve paused because of the lockdown.
      On my account page, it shows I have tickets but when I click in, it says 0 tickets and has a button for “join the club” so I can’t unsubscribe.
      Have tried their email support and it says case created but they literally do not respond. Should I just do a chargeback from my cc?
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    • ^

      LOL. I closed my Cincelub anyway. Don't expect to see anything till possibly The Batman
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    • Received this email with update regarding potential theatre closures due to COVID-19
      Since we launched CineClub in August, 2021, movie lovers have returned to our theatres over and over again, taking advantage of reduced price tickets and savings on food and drink. We are very happy with the response to the program thanks to members like you and look forward to continued CineClub excitement in the years to come.

      We are aware that recent government restrictions across Canada may be impacting your ability to take full advantage of your CineClub benefits. We want to assure you that the movie tickets that you receive every month as part of your membership do not expire and will be available for you to use in the future. You are also able to use any accrued member tickets to enjoy a movie with a friend.

      IMPORTANT: In the event of government mandated theatre closures, we will be pausing your membership so that you will not be billed. We will reinstate your membership once theatres have reopened. Any movie tickets in your account will remain.

      Greg Ambrose
      Vice President, Consumer Marketing & CineClub Member
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    • I'm curious about Cineclub but am really unclear on the terminology related to "one regular admission ticket", if someone is able to clarify?

      Would this allow me to go to a UltraAVX (3D or otherwise) movie with no additional fees?
      Or is this only usable on "Regular" tickets - aka the smaller theatres with no reserved seating?

      If I could use this to grab a ticket for a new release movie on opening weekend, I might go for it. If it's the latter - probably not.
      Not that good of a deal
      From what I recall early on in the thread, your $10/month just gets you a regular admission ticket. But the "upcharge" for the premium showings was just the cost difference between regular admission and the premium showings. So basically, your savings on tickets, specifically are whatever the regular admission cost is minus $10. So, like 3-4 bucks?
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    • I'm curious about Cineclub but am really unclear on the terminology related to "one regular admission ticket", if someone is able to clarify?

      Would this allow me to go to a UltraAVX (3D or otherwise) movie with no additional fees?
      Or is this only usable on "Regular" tickets - aka the smaller theatres with no reserved seating?

      If I could use this to grab a ticket for a new release movie on opening weekend, I might go for it. If it's the latter - probably not.
      Your monthly "free" ticket is good for a general admission. If you want to see something in UltraAVX, you only pay the difference between general admission and UltraAVX, plus tax. Here in Vancouver it's $2.85 + tax.
      Do they stack with BOGO?
      This probably answers both of your questions:

      I am a Cineclub member, and I recently bought 2 AVX tickets to see Spiderman. Regular price would be $17.10 each, plus 5% tax.

      I used my "free" ticket and used a BOGO free code. In the end I paid a total of $6 (2x upcharge of 2.85 plus 5% tax).
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    • Not that good of a deal
      Applicable surcharge applies to premium performances, (e.g., 3D, 4DX, UltraAVX®, IMAX®, DBOX, VIP, ScreenX).
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    • Do they stack with BOGO?
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    • I'm curious about Cineclub but am really unclear on the terminology related to "one regular admission ticket", if someone is able to clarify?

      Would this allow me to go to a UltraAVX (3D or otherwise) movie with no additional fees?
      Or is this only usable on "Regular" tickets - aka the smaller theatres with no reserved seating?

      If I could use this to grab a ticket for a new release movie on opening weekend, I might go for it. If it's the latter - probably not.
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    • How does this work for rec room? Anyone tried it
      Yeah I used it a few months ago. I waited to see if my Cineclub membership would be detected automatically after my Scene card was scanned. It wasn't (at least back then) so I pointed it out to the guy and after a few button presses I had my 20% off. In the end, not sure if he found my membership or just took my word for it.
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    • How does this work for rec room? Anyone tried it
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    • ^ Read my post just above yours.
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    • Fellow CineClub members did you guys all get the invitation to THE MATRIX RESURRECTIONS advance screening on December 16th with Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss attending? My email says you have to RSVP by 3pm today. 😎

      https://mobilesyrup.com/2021/11/29/the- ... anne-moss/
      I did not get an email for this screening :(

      @TomRFD, can this thread be moved to the Ongoing Deal Discussion forum since this "deal" has not expired

      Thanks
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    • nope :(
      Okay, guess I was a targeted customer because I had purchased advanced IMAX tickets for MATRIX 4 opening night when they went on sale. My invite is for 2 and my buddy is super happy I invited him. Plus, we bought tickets to the re-issue of the original MATRIX movie in IMAX too.
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    • Wanted to take my kid to see Ron's Gone Wrong this weekend but I noticed there's no more blocking of any seats in Ontario. I get that the vaccine requirement was put in to remove restrictions but kids still can't get it. They should've at least kept the distancing for kids movies...
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    • I'd say those people are in the VERY small minority. The bigger issue IMO is non-tech-savvy people who can't figure out how to download the new one and are still relying on the paper receipt that they got when they initially got jabbed... But those people are going to be screwed either way, if they somehow ruin the paper copy.
      The younger looking people will probably be discriminated and might be given more hassle, since yes, they should be tech literate lol. But who's gonna be the one that will have the balls to call them out on it. It's just kind of confrontation one might not want to get into.

      On the other hand, senior citizens will get the least hassle, since they are older and not expected to know much and fiddle with QRs. So the they will get through more.
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    • I read and know a few people that are fully 2 dosed vaxxed, that will refuse to use the QR code because it feels invasive to their privacy, and the fear of being tracked and info dissected from scanning to the phone app.

      Yes even though the government says it doesn't, but they are stubborn and refuse to believe that.

      If businesses don't accept any and just QR, any business will see a hit, because you're not given the choice and will leave.
      I'd say those people are in the VERY small minority. The bigger issue IMO is non-tech-savvy people who can't figure out how to download the new one and are still relying on the paper receipt that they got when they initially got jabbed... But those people are going to be screwed either way, if they somehow ruin the paper copy.
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    • Sure, but 6 months from now you'll have 6 cheap movie tickets saved up :) But yeah, if you don't want to bank them, obviously you can just cancel and resubscribe.

      I'm definitely not going right now, specifically because of how easy it is to fake your vaccine receipt. And the thing is? Last I read, even once the app-based, verifiable system is in place (supposed to be next week I think? But who knows), you'll still just be able to use the paper/PDF receipt! So I'm not sure why they're even bothering with the verifiable system if they're just gonna let people use the easily-faked ones. Maybe some businesses will start refusing the easily faked ones, I guess we'll see what happens.
      I read and know a few people that are fully 2 dosed vaxxed, that will refuse to use the QR code because it feels invasive to their privacy, and the fear of being tracked and info dissected from scanning to the phone app.

      Yes even though the government says it doesn't, but they are stubborn and refuse to believe that.

      If businesses don't accept any and just QR, any business will see a hit, because you're not given the choice and will leave.


      I read on reddit that a bouncer at a Toronto nightclub will enforce the QR only entry. He said he will turn you away if you have the paper only...... that is if you slide me a $20 to look the other way. A great side hustle I guess.
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    • Did an IMAX showing for No Time To Die. It was CROWDED. Felt like people were on top of me. Not going to do anything but VIP again until covid clears up and even then I'm not sure.
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