REVIEW – Vue Cinema at Ocean Terminal

The Vue cinema at Ocean Terminal is my preferred cinema of choice for mainstream films.  I also love The Filmhouse and The Cameo, but for new releases, I head down the road and park my backside in one of the spacious screens in Leith.

Vue cinema, Ocean Terminal

Prices vary widely depending on when you go, but they’ve recently introduced a teen ticket making it slightly cheaper for 13-18 year olds to see something without having to pay the adult price.

There are reductions for pensioners (and even special screenings on a Wednesday complete with tea).  Reduced prices apply to children and students, but perhaps the best offer of all is ‘cheap Tuesdays’.  Pick up an application in the foyer with has a push out card within it and every Tuesday, all day, you only pay £4.10 per movie. 

The other handy thing that this (and other) Vue cinemas do is give you a money off voucher for your next visit, as along as it’s within two weeks.  £1.50 is offered off adult tickets and 75p off children’s ones making it a little easier on the pocket.

Digitial 3D films cost £2.30 extra for adults. You can also upgrade your seat now to a slightly larger leather one for an extra £1.30, but I find that there is ample leg room and comfort in the normal seat.

A wide selection of popcorn, hot dogs and drinks are available but of course, overpriced but with such a good selection of places to eat with the centre, I would be choosing elsewhere.

We have recently reviewed Ma Potters and Baxters.  You could even just pick up a meal deal from Boots for £3 on the ground floor.

Suitable for disabled ?   Yes, completely, with space for wheelchairs within the screens, but book ahead to reserve one if going at peak time.

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