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The Cinema Exhibitors Association Card

What does it do?
The card is part of a national card scheme accepted by UK participating cinemas. The card allows you to obtain one free ticket for any person with additional needs to the cinema. One full price ticket for a film needs to be brought at the same time to use the card.

Who is it for?
To qualify a young person needs to be over eight years of age, and be getting Disability Living Allowance (DLA), Personal Independent Payment (PIP) or be registered as blind.

How do I access it?
You can apply online by going to the website below, or ask about the card at your local cinema where you can pick up an application form. There is a £6 fee and the card lasts for one year from the date of issue.

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