Quick Answer: What Age Is Free At Cinema?

All children can watch movies.

However, some cinema has set rules as an Adult movie (18 years and above) or Under Adult.

Mostly all cinema in most of the cities needs a ticket for the age of 2 years & above.

What age is free at SM Cinema?

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Kids Watch for Free at SM Cinemas! One (1) kid can enjoy FREE admission for every paying patron. Children standing 4 feet or below can avail of the Kids Watch For Free promo, as long as accompanied by a paying adult companion.

What age do you have to pay for a child movie ticket?

Child tickets are 2-12 years. Student tickets are 13+ with a valid student ID. Not all ticket types are available for all performances. Children under age 17 requires an accompanying parent or guardian (age 21 or older) to attend R rated performances.

How much is a child movie ticket at Cineplex?

Admission & Pricing Information

Ticket Package TypePrice*SCENE Points Earned**
General (14 to 64 years)$19.95150 Points
Senior (65+)$18.95150 Points
Child (3 to 13 years)$12.9550 Points
Group (Save 10%)$17.95N/A

How old should a child be to go to the cinema?

Well, it depends on your kid. Lots of kids see their first movie around the age of 3 or 4, but some parents wait until kids are a bit older, especially if they’re sensitive to loud noises or scared of the dark. Choose the right movie. Obviously, you want something kid-friendly -– usually, animation fits the bill.