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Children in Cinema?

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It's very common to see children in cinemas, especially if it's a movie geared towards children. Some people even bring babies to a cinema, but it's not recommended because if they start crying it disrupts the movie watchers. When taking children to the cinema arrive early to purchase the movie tickets. If the cinema allows for outside snacks to be brought in, it would be much cheaper to do so. Most cinemas have booster seats for children to sit on if they are too small for the cinema seats.
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It depends which chain of cinema and what size coke. Generally a small coke is about £2.50. Therefore two kids would pay £5.00
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The price for a children's ticket (ages 3-11) at
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about $7 australian for a child and $13 for an adult.
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I put off taking my son until he was 3, although I really wanted to take him earlier, I was really suprised, if you go during the day, there is loads of toddlers go, and it can be
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