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Ultimate Singapore Movie Ticket Price Guide [2022 Edition]

·6-min read

Enjoying the art form of movies has never been better for the budget conscious and law abiding among us.

In addition to the traditional budget-friendly ways of renting movies from stores and kiosks or borrowing DVDs from the National Library Board’s surprisingly comprehensive catalogue, the advent of services like Netflix, Amazon Video and Apple Movies allows Singaporeans to enjoy legal, high quality movies streamed right to their assortment of screens.

Despite these advances, the experience of enjoying the latest blockbusters or niche art films on the big screen with state-of-the-art surround sound is an experience that cinemas alone can provide.

With a dizzying array of prices and timings by each of the cinema operators, it’s easy not to bother comparing and just picking any cinema. But by being a savvy movie-goer, you can save more than 10% on a single ticket and potentially more if you’re planning a family outing!

Below is a compiled guide across all major cinema operators in Singapore. Since we’re concerned with getting the cheapest “cinema experience” for our money, we didn’t include premiums like 3D or IMAX screenings, or “perks” like discounted popcorn combos.

Read Also: Why Are Popcorn So Expensive At Cinemas?

Public Holidays = PH
* First Week Titles and Sneak Previews

Monday to Thursday

Friday to Sunday, PH and PH Eve

Golden Village

$10 / $10.50*

$14.50

Cathay Cineplexes

$10/ $10.50*

$14.50

Shaw Theatres

$9 / $10.50*

$14.50

WE Cinemas

$8.50 / $9.50*

$13.50

FilmGarde

$9 / $9.50*

$14.50

The Projector

$13.50

$15

Eaglewings Cinematics

$9.50

$12.50

Senior Citizens (Aged 55 and above)

Monday to Friday
(Non-PH and PH Eve)

Restrictions

Golden Village

$5

Before 6pm

Cathay Cineplexes

$5

Before 6pm

Shaw Theatres

$4.50

Before 6pm

FilmGarde

$5

Before 6pm

WE Cinemas

$4.50

Before 6pm

The Projector

$11.50 (All Day)

Eaglewings Cinematics

N.A.

Students (Primary, Secondary and Tertiary)

Monday to Wednesday
(Non-PH and PH Eve)

Thursday to Friday
(Non-PH and PH Eve)

Golden Village

$7 (Before 6pm)

Cathay Cineplexes

$7 (Before 6pm) $7 (Before 6pm)

Shaw Theatres

$7 (Before 6pm)

WE Cinemas

$7 (All Day)

$7 (Before 6pm)

FilmGarde

$7 (Before 6pm)

The Projector

$11.50 (All Day)

Eaglewings Cinematics

N.A.


Getting senior citizen and student prices require you to make the purchases at the box office rather than buying online. If you really want to save money, you should be buying the tickets at the box office any way, because there is usually a “convenience fee” levied on patrons buying tickets online.

Credit And Debit Card Movie Ticket Promotions

Cinema

Credit Card

Promotion

Golden Village

DBS/POSB Credit and Debit Cards or Paylah!

For online and Automated Ticketing Machines purchases on all days (except PH and PH eve) using DBS/POSB credit and debit cards or Paylah!, you enjoy a $1 discount for 2D & 3D movies.

Golden Village

DBS Paylah!

For movie purchases made through the GV icon in the Paylah! app on Wednesdays (except PH and PH eve), receive $2.50 discount for 2D & 3D movies.

Golden Village

HSBC Credit and Debit Cards

For online, iGV and Automated Ticketing Machines purchases on all days (except PH and PH eve) using HSBC credit and debit cards, you enjoy a $2 discount for standard 2D movies.

Cathay Cineplexes

Standard Chartered Mastercard Credit Card

1-for-1 Medium Popcorn Combo promotion is valid to the first 1,500 redemptions. Purchase must be made at the box office.

Cathay Cineplexes

PAssion POSB Debit Card

1-for-1 Movie Tickets promotion on the 10th of each month capped at first 800. Payment must be made at Cathay Cineplex Box Office using PAssion POSB Debit Card

Shaw Theatres

OCBC Credit and Debit Cards

Enjoy $1 discount for standard 2D movies. Purchase must be made at the box office.

WE Cinemas

Citibank and Amex credit cards.

$1 off standard 2D ticket purchases up to $12.50 at the box office. Minimum purchase of 2 tickets required, maximum of 10 per cardholder. Not valid on eve of public holidays and on public holidays.

Other Movie Ticket Discounts

Cinema

Partner

Promotion

Cathay Cineplexes

PAssion Card

Flash your PAssion Card and enjoy Weekday Movie Package at $11.50 (U.P. $14/$14.50), and Weekends Movie Package at $14.50 (U.P.$18/$18.50). Promotion is valid till 30 April 2022 and PAssion card must be presented at point of purchase at the box office to enjoy the promotion.

Cathay Cineplexes

HomeTeamNS

Flash your HomeTeamNS membership card or digital membership to enjoy 1-for-1 2D standard movie tickets everyday (Mon to Sun, including PH and PH eve). Offer limited to first 30 pairs a day, one pair per member per day. Tickets must be purchased at the box office. Promotion is valid from 1 November 2020 to 31 March 2022.

Shaw Theatres

SAFRA

SAFRA members can buy 2D movie tickets at the following prices:
– $7.5 (Monday to Thursday, except First Week Titles/Sneaks)
– $9 (Monday to Thursday, including First Week Titles/Sneaks)
– $11 (Friday to Sunday, PH and PH Eve)
Members need to produce SAFRA card in person for verification. Offer is valid for Online /Shaw Mobile booking and box office purchase. Discount does not apply on the eve of Christmas Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day Eve, New Year’s Day and Chinese New Year Eve and 1st and 2nd day of Chinese New Year. Offer limited to 10 tickets per person, per day.

Shaw Theatres

SAFRA NSF

SAFRA NSF can purchase 2D movie tickets at the following prices on Tuesday:
– $7
– $8 (for First Week Titles/Sneaks)
– $10 (for Tuesday PH and PH Eve)
Members need to produce SAFRA card in person for verification. Offer is valid for Online /Shaw Mobile booking and box office purchase. Discount does not apply on the eve of Christmas Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day Eve, New Year’s Day and Chinese New Year Eve and 1st and 2nd day of Chinese New Year. Offer limited to 10 tickets per person, per day.

WE Cinemas

PAssion Card

$1 off standard 2D ticket purchases up to $12.50 at the box office. Minimum purchase of 2 tickets required, maximum of 10 per cardholder. Not valid on eve of public holidays and on public holidays.

WE Cinemas

Kids

Free ticket for a child under 90cm when an accompanying adult buys a full price 2D movie ticket (up to $12.50) to a movie rated G, PG and PG 13. Not applicable for previews, super blockbusters or special screenings. Not valid on eve of public holidays and on public holidays. Ticket must be purchased at the box office.

Golden Village

Singapore Film Society

Enjoy $5.00 off movie tickets for online bookings. Each member code can purchase maximum 10 tickets.

There might be additional periodic promotions by each of the cinema operators, but do read the terms and conditions. If you’re interested, you can still check out the websites of the individual cinema operators.

If you find this guide is helpful, do bookmark it and share it with a friend!

This article was first published on 6 July 2017 and updated to reflect the latest prices and promotions for 2022.

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