A year of cinema for £6.00!

A national discount card scheme is available in almost every UK cinema. The Cinema Exhibitors' Association (CEA) Card entitles the holder to one free ticket for a person to provide assistance required as a result of the cardholder's disability during their visit to the cinema, provided that a full price ticket is purchased by the cardholder for the same film and auditorium.

To apply for the card a person must meet at least one of the following criteria:

Be in receipt of:

Disability Living Allowance (DLA);

Attendance Allowance (AA);

Personal Independence Payment (PIP);

Armed Forces Independence Payment;

or be a registered blind person.

(Receipt of Disabled Person's Railcard is no longer part of the criteria).

The card is valid for one year from the issue date and costs £6.00.

The person accompanying the cardholder must be aged 16 years or over. However, the cinema reserves the right to make a judgement on the ability of any person to assist the cardholder during their visit to the cinema, and to refuse the provision of a complementary ticket where it deems it appropriate.

Application forms are available at all participating cinemas, or from the Card Network website HERE.

Telephone 0845 123 1292
Minicom / Text phone: 0845 123 1297

or email: info@ceacard.co.uk
for more details.

Or write to:
CEA Card PO Box 212 Waterlooville PO7 6ZN

Further details and full terms and conditions can be found on the CEA Card website:


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