15 Nov 19
It's quick and easy to book tickets for great films and events at Picturehouse with Apple Pay or PayPal. When you purchase your tickets via the App you can add them to your Digital Wallet, so when you arrive at the cinema you can go straight to the screening.
Log into MyPicturehouse to access your Digital Card and, if you're a Member, you will be able to check how many Member Free Tickets you have remaining.
If you have never signed-in to your online account before you must activate your Membership Card. You can do this at picturehouse.com/activate-card and follow the instructions.
Picturehouse Members will be able to update their personal information, view purchase history, use a Digital Membership Card if you've left your physical card at home and regularly book tickets without populating your information again and again. The App is integrated with your online account so you can access tickets via your Digital Wallet and access new offers and features as they are added.
To book Member tickets and qualify for a £3 discount, you must sign in using the email linked to your Membership account.
Picturehouse Members can sign in to the ticket booking app using their MyPicturehouse user name and password. Forgotten your login details, it happens; head over to Need Help.
It's all in the details. We are constantly making changes to improve performance and will be launching exciting new features in the future. In the meantime, if you have noticed anything that needs fixing or want to let us know what you think, please complete our feedback form.
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