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The Cinema Exhibitors' Association Card

The Cinema Exhibitors' Association Card

The Cinema Exhibitors' Association Card. This is a national card that can be used to verify that the holder is entitled to one free ticket for a person accompanying them to the cinema. Terms and Conditions of use apply which can be downloaded check the website ceacard.uk

The card is valid for 1 year from the date of issue for cards issued since March 2009.

Printed application forms are available from cinemas across the UK supporting this card.

You can download an application form to print out and fill in.

They are unable to provide application forms by post.

To apply for the card you will need submit proof to show that you meet one or more of the following criteria:

a) Be in receipt of Disability Living Allowance, Attendance Allowance, Personal Independence Payment, or Armed Forces Independence Payment.

b) Be a registered blind person.

You will also need to supply a passport-sized photo with your application to appear on the card.

A processing fee of £5.50 is chargeable per card. This is to be sent along with the completed application.

If you wish to search for participating cinemas please click here.

For information and frequently asked questions about the scheme please click here.

The RNIB can offer information about audio description services in cinema, on DVD, on digital television and in the theatre. Visit the RNIB web site.

If you require information regarding subtitles and audio description for cinemas visit yourlocalcinema.com/

If you have any difficulty, please contact us at the address below:

The Card Network

Network House

St Ives Way



Tel: 0845 123 1292

Fax: 0845 123 1296

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I have on and have used it quite a bit. If you look out for the cheap times at your local cinema you can get some good deals - the two of us have been to see some films and it has only cost us £3 for both of us.

Got to be well enough to go and careful in the film selection - wouldn't choose to see "Gravity" if you have vertigo :-)


It's really handy, as cinema is normally outrages prices x


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