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Optus customers can enjoy discounted HOYTS movie tickets through the Optus Perks program.
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What is Optus Perks?
Optus Perks is a rewards and loyalty program for Optus customers. It comes included with Optus plans, so it doesn't cost you anything extra to get access to these rewards.
At the moment, due to COVID-19 restrictions, it only provides discounts on movie tickets.
Anyone with a currently active Optus service is eligible to access the Optus Perks program. You can register via the My Optus app or via the My Account portal on the Optus website.
How do Optus Perks movie rewards work?
Optus is partnered with HOYTS cinemas, providing discounted movie tickets to its customers. You can get:
- A standard movie ticket for $12.50
- HOYTS LUX tickets for $27
A maximum of 10 tickets can be purchased per day by each Optus customer or 4 LUX tickets. Each movie session has a maximum number of Optus Perks tickets available. If the limit is reached, you'll only be able to get tickets to the session the regular way, at standard prices.
A booking fee applies for all online bookings ($1.50 for standard sessions, $3.00 for LUX), but this is waived when you book at the cinema itself.
How can I access Optus Perks?
To book your movie tickets, follow these steps:
- Register your Perks account either by installing the My Optus app or visiting the registration page.
- Log in to your Perks account either through the My Optus app or the online portal.
- Select the "Go to the Movies" page and click "Book your HOYTS movie session".
- Pick your session, cinema and number of tickets required.
- Pay via credit card, Visa Checkout, Masterpass, PayPal or HOYTS gift card.
- Collect your tickets at the cinema by showing your booking confirmation.
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You can get access to Optus perks on any of its mobile or Internet plans. We've shown its mobile plans below, but you can head here to see what Internet plans it's got on offer.
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