Tickets from £3.00 with Regular ticket prices at £4.00


Please note: The answers for many of these FAQs make up our general terms and entry condition for visiting the cinema. Please read these terms carefully as by purchasing a ticket from Premiere Cinemas in-store or via our website you have accepted these terms.

1. Pricing Structure
2. Ticketing, Booking Queries & Age Restrictions.
3. Vouchers, Loyalty and Discount
4. Accessibility
5. Food and Drink
6. Vouchers, Loyalty and Discount
7. Terms and Conditions of entry


This is correct, all general admission individual cinema tickets are priced just £4.00 each. This applies to all performance types, including 3D showings. We do not offer a wide range of discounted ticketing, other than for Students and families – the cinema is primarily run on a basis of £4.00 for all – with some exceptions.

At Premiere Cinema we can appreciate that students don’t have so much expendable income, whilst still making up a huge part of the local economy. Therefore to all students who possess a valid in-date student ID card or NUS card we offer a £1 discount on the regular cinema ticket pricing. All student cinema tickets are therefore priced just £3.00 each.

Don’t worry, we offer a family ticket! So that a family group can save a little extra also. A family ticket at Premiere Cinema is priced just £14.00  and admits 4.  A family ticket is sold in multiples of four tickets, to a group with a maximum of 3 children who must be accompanied by at least one adult, each Family ticket must also have at least one Child within the group. Please remember this is a family ticket and your teenage children up to the age of 18 are not excluded from this offer. Individual tickets sold within the family ticket are non-refundable – if you require a refund for any reason then you must refund the whole family ticket and repurchase individual tickets at the usual price of £4 each.


Only for Students with valid NUS card, a photographic student ID, or your UNIdays app profile, do we offer a concessionary price of £3.00 per ticket, all other tickets are priced just £4.00 whether you are an adult, child, senior citizen or otherwise. If you book online, there is a booking fee of 50 pence for each ticket purchased.

Yes, but we ask that you hold a valid Cinema Exhibitors Association card. We will not accept any other form of carer identification. You can apply for a CEA card by visiting

We do not offer Armed Forces discount. But all tickets are priced just £4!

We strongly advise that all customers pre-book their tickets in advance via our website. At peak times the cinema is often very busy and screenings regularly sell-out. Booking in advance is a sure way to be certain that you’ll get to see your film and won’t turn up disappointed. You'll be charged a 50 pence booking fee per each ticket purchased.

You can collect your tickets using the card you paid with at our ticket collection point. Alternatively without your card, once you’ve received confirmation of your booking through the website – you’ll receive a 6 digit booking reference number which can simply be redeemed at one of our till points.

If you can no longer make a performance for reasons that are out of your control then we are happy to offer a refund or an exchange on your tickets for another performance at another time. This refund/exchange must be made prior to the performance starting however. No refund or exchange can be offered after the performance has finished - this is non-negotiable. We ask that any guest that requires either a refund or an exchange comes into the cinema prior to the performance starting. Please note that with regards to family tickets, we will not refund individual tickets - only the entire family ticket. Refunds or exchanges can’t be made over the telephone. If you cannot attend the cinema prior to the performance starting – then we are happy to offer an exchange for another time if you send us a quick written explanation of your circumstance via email to: 

Yes, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays you can get 241 cinema tickets on any of our films using your Meerkat Movies code. Meerkat Movies codes can only be redeemed however when purchasing one full priced ticket, or a student ticket if both customers have student ID. Meerkat Movies cannot be redeemed alongside any complimentary ticket or loyalty stamp card.

Yes, you can take to a baby to the cinema to enjoy a U, PG or 12A rated film. However, we ask that you spare a thought for our other guests – if your baby grows unsettled, please step outside for a moment until they have calmed down. If another guest raises concern that your baby may be disrupting the film, a staff member might politely ask that you step outside with your baby for a moment until they have calmed down. Any child under the age of 18 months gets in for free, for anyone older you must buy a standard £4 ticket. If a baby can enjoy the film from their own seat then they’ll be asked to purchase a ticket.

If you booked tickets for the wrong Premiere Cinema then you need to contact the cinema you booked with in order to obtain a refund. Please note that both cinemas are run independently and use different ticketing systems. If you accidentally book tickets for Romford therefore, and intended Cardiff – Cardiff will not be able to refund this transaction. Premiere Cinemas Cardiff can be contacted using the contact details below, for Premiere Cinemas Romford please contact: or call: 01708 740700.

Yes, we offer both. School bookings can be booked privately prior to us opening for business in the mornings and the cost is generally based on the number of students attending at £3 per head, with teachers or guardians going free. Any other type of private or company booking would be price dependant on the day and time you’d like the screen but would generally involve purchasing every seat in the screen at the cost of £3 per seat. If you are interested in either of these options then please send an email with your requirements to and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

This is a decision taken at the discretion of you, the parents. A 12A certificate means that some parts of the film may not be suitable for someone under the age of 12. However, we will happily welcome younger guests if they come to a 12A rated film with a grown-up. If a child looks under the age of 12, we will ask to see some form of ID. This includes a passport or we will accept a clear photo on their mobile phones. We will also accept a Validate UK Card which can be obtained from Post Offices or online at


Yes, gift vouchers are available to purchase in-store only at the box office/concessions counter, for your chosen amount in multiples of £5. Please note that gift vouchers can be exchanged for tickets or refreshments up to the vouchers cash value. Any damaged or defaced vouchers cannot be exchanged and we accept no liability for the replacement or refund of damaged, stolen or lost gift vouchers. Furthermore, these vouchers are non-exchangeable for cash.

No, Meerkat Movies promotions can only be redeemed when either buying one full price ticket or a reduced student ticket so long that both customers have student ID.

Unfortunatley not, we only have the ability to accept valid Meerkat Movies codes. If for some reason your code is not working then you'll need to contact Compare the Market/Meerkat Movies directly to find out what the problem is. The best place to start would be looking on their FAQ page by visiting:

Yes, simply bring your Admiral identification card to the cinema box office when purchasing tickets.


Yes, the cinema is fully wheelchair accessible. It is an old building with a lot of stairs, therefore when you arrive at the cinema to the right of our entrance is a bell to ring for disabled access. Once you’ve rung the bell a staff member will come out and open the disabled ramp access for you. Disabled seating spaces are available at the back of all five of our screens. Please note there is only disabled access through the main entrance of the cinema, there is no disabled access through the shopping centre entrance. 

Yes, we’ll normally set aside one or two performances per week which offer subtitles for the deaf or hard of hearing. The following weeks subtitled performances will normally be published on our website on a Monday afternoon for the cinema week starting that Friday.

Yes, we provide accessible screenings for blind or partially sighted guests. Most films are provided with an Audio Descriptive dialogue track, which describes action scenes, the actor’s body language and provides additional dialogue information. When a film is provided with this separate track simply ask a staff member at the box office for one of our lightweight headsets to be able to hear this track. In addition, Guide Dogs are also welcome at our cinema.

At present we do not offer Autism Friendly Screenings, however many of our city centre competitors do, you can check times and performances by visiting those cinemas websites.


Yes, both our Sweet and “Butter-Salt” popcorn are suitable for both Vegetarian and Vegans. The butter flavouring in our Salted popcorn is derived from the artificial (mineral and vegetable sources) E102 and E110 which are both vegan friendly. Our Toffee Popcorn contains actual butter and is unfortunately not suitable for vegans. Similarly, our Nachos and Salsa dip are both suitable for vegetarian or vegan consumption. The cheese sauce however contains dairy product and is not suitable for vegan consumption.

Yes, our hotdogs are a 90% Pork product.

Yes, as a Gluten-Free alternative to our Popcorn and Nachos we offer Krinklz. Krinklz are a thick-cut potato snack with an American deep-south smokey BBQ flavour. Krax are Gluten-Free and contain no artificial colours or flavourings. They are available for £2.50 per tray.

Yes and No. You can bring your own snacks to the cinema, but please note our cinema snacks and drinks are priced much more reasonably than you’ll find in other cinemas. You will not be able to enter the cinema auditoriums with hot food purchased from local takeaways and restaurants – this is only because hot food has a strong odour which can ruin other guest’s cinema-experience.  

No, we do have a licenced bar area– We do not however, allow alcohol consumption in any of our auditoriums. This is mainly to prevent anti-social behaviour but also to prevent possible hazards such as broken glass etc.


Please note: The answers for many of these FAQs make up our general terms and entry condition for visiting the cinema. Please read these terms carefully as by purchasing a ticket from Premiere Cinemas Cardiff in-store or via our website you have accepted these terms. All other general Terms & Conditions are noted below:

Complaints Procedure

All complaints are dealt with by the management team in-house at Premiere Cinemas Cardiff, if you are unhappy or dissatisfied with your experience in any way please put your complaint into writing and we’ll do our best to resolve your grievances as soon as possible:

Address: Premiere Cinemas, Capitol Shopping Centre, Queen Street, Cardiff – CF10 2HQ

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