01 Jan 23
Lucky enough to be aged 16-25? All you need to do is create a free MyPicturehouse account, making sure you enter your date of birth to let us know you fall into the age bracket. Once signed up you'll be a Member of U25 and can begin enjoying your discounted tickets!
Picturehouse U25 Membership is the best way to see the best new films. For just £4.99 all day from Monday to Thursday, or £5.99 for London cinemas, you can catch all the latest big-screen brilliance – and our new partners at Samsung are helping you make your night even better.
Bold, bright and beautiful, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra brings the night to life with an expectation-shattering camera setup, a super-powered, fast-charging battery, and countless more dazzling new features and upgrades – all perfectly designed to help you share the epic.
To celebrate the launch of the new Galaxy S23 Ultra and our major U25 upgrade, we'll be giving away something extra special — click here to find out more!
U25 is for anyone aged 16–25.
Tickets are £5.99 to watch a film at our London cinemas and £4.99 outside of London. The discount is valid on standard screenings only and excludes premium-priced events.
*Please be aware you may be asked for ID to verify your age.
To find all things Samsung, head over to samsung.com. For more details on our U25 Membership, go to picturehouses.com/U25.
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