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  • Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone: 20th Anniversary at ODEON
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Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone: 20th Anniversary at ODEON

Cinema Tickets
🎫 1 Anytime ODEON code (valid any day of the week)
🎫 1 Off-Peak ODEON code (valid Monday to Thursday only)

Tickets can be redeemed at a ticket kiosk at the cinema or online and are valid for any 2D film at participating ODEON cinemas

Instructions
❓ How to use:
Once you've bought your ODEON code, you'll have to redeem it online (95p booking fee per ticket) or at a ticket Kiosk at the Cinema (no charge) for the film, date and seat of your choice. Please consult your ticket for all essential post-purchase information
🎬 Where to use:
The code is valid at any showing time, in any of the ODEON cinemas in the UK and ROI, except Leicester Square, ODEON Studios, Whiteleys, The Lounge at Whiteleys, BFI IMAX. Not valid for 3D, iSense, morning films, ODEON Luxe or special events

Extra info
πŸ•’ Validity: codes expire 31st July 2022
🎁 Fever benefit: discounted promotional Fever price
πŸ‘€ Film classification: check film listings
❓ View the FAQs for your Odeon tickets here

Fever’s choice of film
Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone: 20th Anniversary
Celebrate the 20th Anniversary on the big screen! ODEON is partnering with Fandom to bring back the iconic first film in the epic eight-part Harry Potter series to the big screen. Harry Potter learns on his 11th birthday that he is the son of two wizards and also has magical abilities of his own. At Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, he learns new spells, plays the popular wizarding sport Quidditch and, along with best friends Ron and Hermione, works to once again face the Dark wizard from his past. After the 20th anniversary film, there will be a special 15-minute look at a new version of the film – Magical Movie Mode – showcasing onscreen trivia, fun facts, and insights from Director, Chris Columbus.