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WOWCHER: 2,500 FREE Odeon Cinema tickets up for grabs

By Barnaby_B  |  Posted: June 02, 2011

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Cinema lovers can see their favourite stars at the Odeon in Lincoln next week for FREE.

Our friends at wowcher.co.uk have got their hands on 2,500 Odeon cinema tickets and they'll be giving them away next week.

If you fancy getting your hands on a ticket then it couldn't be simpler. All you have to do is sign up to their site - told you it was simple. The draw will be made on Monday morning.

Next comes the hard bit... deciding what to see. Some of the year's biggest and most anticipated films are being released in the next few weeks.

In the cinema now is Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, starring Johnny Depp as the inimitable Captain Jack Sparrow alongside Penelope Cruz, Judi Dench and Geoffrey Rush, the fourth film in the smash hit series is one not to miss.

If that doesn't float your boat (pardon the pun) then there's plenty more to choose from: Eric Bana and Cate Blanchett star in Hanna, an action thriller about a girl who was raised to be the perfect assassin. If romantic comedies are more your thing then you may want to check out Something Borrowed. Kate Hudson stars as a top New York attorney in search of the perfect man.

So what are you waiting for? All you have to do is click here, sign up to wowcher.co.uk and you could be watching this summer's blockbuster on them.

You'll also find the offer on Twitter at http://bit.ly/Odeon_Draw or by using the hashtag #wowcherodeon

There is also a Facebook fan page – please use this link http://bit.ly/odeon_thankyou

Only one ticket is available per person so if your friends and family want to take advantage of the deal they'll need to sign up too. Tickets are only valid at Odeon cinemas.

You can find the contact details of your local Odeon cinema here...

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