Can anyone tell me what age is considered a child at the movies? Over & under what age?
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15-12-2006 05:38 #1
Childs age for movie tickets.
15-12-2006 08:33 #2What age restrictions are placed on Child and Senior tickets?
A child ticket is restricted for use for those aged 15 years and under. Most children also have a student card which can be used at the box office. Once patrons reach the age of 3 we charge a child ticket rate.A senior ticket is restricted for use for those aged 60 years of age and over with a Proof of age/Seniors Card.
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15-12-2006 18:40 #3
Thanks for that, i looked but didnt find it. I just asked when i got there
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