Cineworld has provided an update to customers in Scotland ahead of their planned re-opening. 

While Cineworld cinemas in Scotland have not yet reopened, the company also informed customers that there will be a reduction in price for Unlimited Card holders. 

In an email sent to customers, they wrote: "Our main priority remains the safety of our customers and staff. We of course follow all instructions and regulations of the local authorities and, with the current government guidelines and regulations in Scotland, it is still not viable for our cinemas to re-open. Rest assured we are continuing to monitor the situation closely.

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"In the meantime, rest assured that you will not be charged for your Unlimited membership until your local cinema re-opens, at which point we will first credit you for any payments made during our closure period. We will be in touch with more details – as well as your free 2D adult Cineworld ticket to treat a friend - once we have a confirmed re-opening date for cinemas in Scotland.

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"As you may be aware, the UK government introduced a temporary reduction in VAT to support the leisure sector. As a thank you for staying with us during the time our cinemas have been closed, we’re pleased to pass on the VAT reduction for your membership as long as we receive it, which is currently until 12 January 2021. This will start applying to any payments we take for your membership going forward, meaning your monthly fee will be reduced to only £16.10."