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Subject:  Harry Potter and shrek

20/05/2004 04:30 GMT

I was wondering if we should pre book our tickets to go se Harry Potter and Shrek 2?

 
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Subject:  Re: Harry Potter and shrek

25/05/2004 13:03 GMT


jestear date=20/05/2004 14:00 :



I was wondering if we should pre book our tickets to go se Harry Potter and Shrek 2?




For Sure.

Usual times are best for me.

Especially HP2.



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Subject:  Re: Harry Potter and shrek

26/05/2004 08:20 GMT

We shouldn't have to prebook unless you want to see the movie in the first couple of days.



Usually if you wait a week, the hype dies down.  Mum and I saw Van Helsing today and we were the only people in the cinema.  Cool!

 
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Subject:  Re: Harry Potter and shrek

29/05/2004 05:06 GMT

SO do you want to wait a week or so to  see shrek 2?



I don't but if it what the SFSA Cultural commity wants its ok with me.

 
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Subject:  Re: Harry Potter and shrek

31/05/2004 08:01 GMT

I would say that would be better.



Or wait until the no free list sign goes away and go either to Picadilly or GU as coupons for 2 for 1 are easy to get for them.

 
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Subject:  Re: Harry Potter and shrek

01/06/2004 15:29 GMT


Tareth date=31/05/2004 17:31 :



I would say that would be better.



Or wait until the no free list sign goes away and go either to Picadilly or GU as coupons for 2 for 1 are easy to get for them.




How do you get these magic 2 for coupons?  (got freebies to see the Day After Tomorrow, but that was because I subscribed to APC)

 
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Subject:  Re: Harry Potter and shrek

06/06/2004 22:40 GMT


AussieVamp date=02/06/2004 00:59 :

[How do you get these magic 2 for coupons?  (got freebies to see the Day After Tomorrow, but that was because I subscribed to APC)


Simple, just go to your newsagent and tget the scratchie ticket with the 241 movie pass on it.  Costs about $2.


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Subject:  Re: Harry Potter and shrek

07/06/2004 01:32 GMT

Are they still available?

 
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Subject:  Re: Harry Potter and shrek

07/06/2004 11:18 GMT

Yes, the scratchie tickets expire at the end of this month.



Newsflash, we are seeing Harry Potter III this Friday.  Part two of the vote is where - Piccadilly or Academy?

 
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Subject:  Re: Harry Potter and shrek

08/06/2004 04:32 GMT

Piccadilly.  Have you rang to see if you can use them?

 
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Subject:  Re: Harry Potter and shrek

09/06/2004 08:13 GMT

I shall ring tonight but I doubt they will allow us to use 241 tickets.



I'm booking 4 seats only, the rest can sod it.

 
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Subject:  Re: Harry Potter and shrek

09/06/2004 09:36 GMT


zaphod date=07/06/2004 08:10 :



AussieVamp date=02/06/2004 00:59 :



[How do you get these magic 2 for coupons?  (got freebies to see the Day After Tomorrow, but that was because I subscribed to APC)





Simple, just go to your newsagent and tget the scratchie ticket with the 241 movie pass on it.  Costs about $2.




as in gambling scratchie?

 
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Subject:  Re: Harry Potter and shrek

10/06/2004 03:40 GMT

Yes. not some strange disease.

 
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Subject:  Re: Harry Potter and shrek

30/06/2004 09:54 GMT

depends, have you see some of the freaks that attach themselves to pokie machines.

 

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