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Win One Year Cineworld Unlimited Card!

Win One Year Cineworld Unlimited Card

Love cinema? Wish you could watch unlimited films all day, every day? Well with a Cineworld Unlimited Card you can! And better still, FilmJuice, is giving two cards away for you and a friend!

With an exciting line up of new film releases, including the much-anticipated SPECTRE, the latest James Bond instalment starring Daniel Craig as 007, Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, the epic conclusion to the Hunger Games Series and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the continuation of the Star Wars saga, there’s never been a better time to visit the cinema.  And let’s not forget the amazing film releases for 2016 with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Zoolander 2.

The Cineworld Unlimited Card allows you to watch as many films as you can handle, on any day, at any Cineworld Cinema nationwide for 12 months.* From only £16.90 a month, the Unlimited Card is a must have for cinema lovers.**


To be in with a chance to win, please answer the following question:

Which actor is set to reprise his role as Bond in SPECTRE, the latest James Bond instalment?
A) Pierce Brosnan
B) Daniel Craig
C) Sean Connery

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