Singapore Cinema’s Price Guide 2014

Singapore Cinema movie’s price guide – 2014

Undoubtedly, Movies are among the most popular leisure activities in this tiny city-state.
With the success of Ilo Ilo which bagged four awards at the Golden Horse Awards 2013 in Taiwan, Singaporean director Anthony Chen has grabbed the international attention with his impressive story-telling skills. He has also inject a new lease of life into the Singapore’s local filmmakers aspirations to make impact on world cinema stage.

A saying goes – ” A picture (chart) is worth more than a thousand words”, with increasingly complex pricing tiers in Singapore’s cinemas, here we at presents the latest cinema price chart. Cathay Cineplexes has recently adjusted their pricing on weekend tickets since the beginning of 2014. A hike of approximate 18% is noticed from $11 to $13 for a normal price ticket for the shows after 6PM on Friday and all sessions on Saturday & Sunday. Despite the price increase, one could still get a discounted price ticket at Cathay Cineplexes with your bank credit/debit cards. With EngWah still paused for renovation works and will only resume operations after mid 2014 (EngWah is slated to open their brand new 10 digital halls at WE-Empress Square in Clementi), our chart is only comparing the 4 major players, ie. GV, Cathay, Shaw & Film Garde on the 2D movie ticket. At the moment, our team are in the midst of compiling data on 3D movie tickets and other premium movie experience such as GV’s Gold Class & Cathay’s Platinum Movie Suite.

Special rates for senior citizens

Before 6 pm, the Golden village allows the senior citizens to buy a ticket only for $4.50 from Monday to Friday. The same offer stands true for senior citizens before 6 pm in the Shaw theatres. The Cathay theatres for the same time charge the senior citizens $5.00 whereas in the Film Garde, senior citizens are charged $4.00 from Monday to Thursday for movies screened before 5 pm.

Student discounts

Students get to go on special rates for some days in a week. In the Golden Village theatres students are charged $4.50 for movies screened before 6 pm from Monday to Thursday. In Shaw, Cathay and Film Garde Cineplex, they are charged $6.50, $7.00 and $7.00 respectively.

Discount reserved for kids

Golden Village is probably the most pro-family cinema in Singapore. Kids below 12 years of age get a FREE complimentary ticket with 2 Adult standard ticket purchased (not valid with other promotions). This Kids for Free promotion at Golden Village is even extended to Sat & Sun for all movies screened before 2 PM.  In Shaw Theatres, kids below the age of 6 could enjoy FREE movie tickets with each Adult ticket purchased, valid before 2 PM on weekdays. For Cathay Cineplexes, the current Kids promotion is Mom and Tots that offers a bundle package of $12 (inclusive of 1 Junior + 1 Jumbo Hotdog + 2 x Minute Maid Pulpy Orange drinks). With every one movie ticket purchase, one movie ticket will be given free to children below 7 years of age. Valid for shows screen before 2PM, from Monday to Friday. All kids promotions for all 3 cinemas are valid on all G, PG and PG13 rated movie titles only.


Credit Card and other promotions

Golden Village 
Current promotions :
DBS/POSB : $1 OFF for 2D movie
VISA Card : 4 tickets for the price of 3
HSBC movie Card : pre-paid 10 movie tickets at $8.50

Shaw theatres
Current promotions:
NTUC card : $7.50
DBS card : Redeem 2 movie tickets with 1,200 DBS points
OCBC FRANK card : $1 OFF
SAFRA card : $7.50 – $9.00 & 1-For-1 Deal (till 30 Mar 2014)

Cathay Cineplex
Current Promotions:
UOB card : $8.00 – $10.50
NTUC card : $7.00 – $9.50
AIA vitality card : $5.00 – $8.00
Mastercard : $8.00 – $10.50
M1 customer : Sunday 1-For-1
Passion Card : $7.00 – $9.50
Rebel Card : $7.00 (Mon to Thu only)
Cathay E!Pass : $9.50 (Friday)

Click on the chart below to enlarge or download the chart here.

( Credit to Mr. Soh Zi Haur for data compilation)


Update By: Yuki Angelia



One Response to “Singapore Cinema’s Price Guide 2014”

  • boyshawn June 8, 201412:25 pm

    As stated in article, you stated that there is $4.50 tickets for students for GV theaters. Is there apply only for selected outlets? And also on-site purchase only?


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