Gift the extraordinary not the ordinary this Christmas with help from Cineworld

This Christmas, it's time to gift the extraordinary, not the ordinary, with a little help from the magical Cineworld gifting range

If you want a present that’s infused with festive movie magic, then look no further than the Cineworld gifting range. Find out more in our special Christmas trailer.

Want to know more about how you can give the extraordinary? Keep on reading to discover details of our fabulous festive gifts. 


Christmas gift boxes and e-vouchers for two

Looking for stocking fillers and Secret Santa gifts?

Our Christmas Gift Box for Two includes a standard 2D film voucher for two adults and a snacks voucher for two regular postmix drinks and one large popcorn.

Need a present without the hassle of wrapping? Our Christmas E-Voucher for Two includes a standard 2D film e-voucher for two adults and a snacks e-voucher for two regular postmix drinks and one large popcorn.


Christmas gift cards and e-vouchers

Our delightful Christmas gift cards range in price from £10 to £100. Individual Cineworld e-vouchers also range from £10 to £100 and promise to imbue more than a little festive magic into that special someone's Christmas season.


Christmas Unlimited gift boxes and Unlimited e-vouchers

How would you like to gift an entire year of Unlimited cinema? This is the perfect way to transform a die-hard movie fan's Christmas from the ordinary to the extraordinary. The Christmas Unlimited gift box includes one gift card to the value of £232.80 to be redeemed for an annual Unlimited membership.

And if you're looking for the very same gift but more streamlined and easy to manage, then opt for a year of Unlimited cinema via our Unlimited e-voucher. Again, this is priced to the value of £232.80 to be redeemed for an annual Unlimited membership.


The question is, which movies will the lucky recipient be watching with their newly acquired Cineworld gifts? 

It's time to swap aftershave for blockbusting worlds to save and pyjamas for compelling big-screen dramas. Keep on reading to discover the must-see releases for the end of this year and the beginning of 2024.


Worlds to save, not aftershave

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (released December 21st)

Jason Momoa's brawny Arthur Curry/Aquaman is now ensconced as the King of Atlantis. But when a new threat rises, he'll have to team up with his old enemy Orm (Patrick Wilson) in the latest DC comic book extravaganza.


Argylle (released February 2nd, 2024)

Kingsman director Matthew Vaughn brings his madcap energy and blackly humorous flair to bear on this meta-action-comedy about a spy novelist who becomes embroiled in a real-life espionage ring. Henry Cavill, Bryce Dallas Howard and Sam Rockwell lead the all-star cast.


Dune: Part II (released March 15th, 2024)

Denis Villeneuve concludes his ambitious and staggering Dune saga, bringing us the second part of Frank Herbert's classic sci-fi novel. Watch as Timothée Chalamet's rogue warrior Paul Atreides threatens to bring the monstrous House Harkonnen to its knees – with the help of the odd Arrakis sandworm...

Thrills, not drills

Wonka (released December 8th)

Timothée Chalamet portrays the world's most famous chocolatier, Willy Wonka, in this Roald Dahl-themed origin story that comes from the whimsical mind of Paddington director Paul King.

Ferrari (released December 26th)

Heat director Michael Mann fires up the dramatic life story of legendary Italian car designer Enzo Ferrari, here played in characteristically intense fashion by Oscar nominee Adam Driver.

The Fall Guy (released March 1st, 2024)

Emily Blunt and Ryan Gosling are a dynamic duo in this frenetic action-comedy that comes from Bullet Train helmer David Leitch. When Gosling's professional stuntman gets involved in real-life danger away from the cameras, he swiftly realises that he's out of his depth, to amusing and spectacular effect.

Dramas, not pyjamas 

Anyone But You (released December 26th)

Hot young actors Sydney Sweeney (Euphoria) and Glen Powell (Top Gun: Maverick) are an agreeably star-crossed couple in this Australia-set tale about two frenemies who must pretend to be attached and head over heels in love.

One Life (released January 5th, 2024)

Oscar-winner Anthony Hopkins delivers a powerful portrayal of World War II humanitarian Nicholas Winton who saved thousands of Czech children from the Nazi threat at the onset of the Holocaust.

Poor Things (released January 12th, 2024)

Emma Stone is tipped to win her second Oscar for her brilliantly barmy performance in Yorgos Lanthimos' offbeat, beautifully designed black comedy. Stone plays a hybrid human of a child's brain in an adult body, and her subsequent odyssey of discovery is as poignant and revelatory as it is jaw-droppingly hilarious.

The Holdovers (released January 19th, 2024)

Acerbic writer-director Alexander Payne (Sideways; Nebraska) is back on form with this sharply observed and affecting comedy of Paul Giamatti's isolated, grumpy teacher and the pupils with whom he's forced to bond over the Christmas break.

The Colour Purple (released January 26th, 2024)

Alice Walker's celebrated novel was adapted by Steven Spielberg back in 1985 and later for the stage. Now, the harrowing, wrenching and uplifting story of Celie, her friends and enemies comes to the big screen in musical form, overseen by the original team of Spielberg, Oprah Winfrey and Quincy Jones.

Are you ready to gift the extraordinary, not the ordinary? Click the link below to discover Cineworld Christmas gifts.