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    I have a question about Gold Class tickets, do you need to buy a child a seat even though you plan to share a seat with them? I'm old and need to lie down but don't want to pay $40 for an extra seat.

    I know at normal cinemas when you have a small child, you don't have to pay for their seat as long as they sit on your lap. Is it the same with Gold Class?

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    How old is the child? If they are under 3 they don't need a ticket if 3 or over then they need a ticket. But you'd be best to check the cinemas terms and conditions.

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    Hi Sonja,

    Thanks for your response, yes I have checked the terms and conditions and still can't seem to find my question being answered anywhere. My child is 6. But I want to sit with her in the reclining chair, as there is heaps of room.

    I guess the next step would be to call them.

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    Call them but my guess is you'll need a ticket even if you are sharing.

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    3 and over you need to buy a ticket for them even in gold class. It also depends on what rating the movie is. I'm taking my DS tomorrow and we are going to go gold class and it will still cost me $30 each to see finding dory and he is 9. The age limit used to be 4 but they changed it years ago for the Comp ticket

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    Yeah my kids saw ice age at gold class yesterday and my 5 year old needed a ticket.

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    We always watch movies in gold class and always buy a ticket for DD (7) she spends most of the movie in DH's chair with him but still got to buy the full ticket unfortunately!

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