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14th Feb 2017

This could be the easiest last-minute gift to get your other half this Valentine’s Day

Eoghan Doherty

Be our guest… and take advantage of this brilliant Valentine’s Day idea.

Valentine’s Day. It’s back. And once more, you’ve forgotten to get the love of your life a decent gift.

Sure, you’ll make excuses like, “it’s a silly, corporate, Hallmark holiday invented to take all your money!”  and “evil aliens attacked and destroyed the local flower shop, just as I was about to go inside and get you a bouquet of beautiful roses. I swear.”

Fear not though, because we’re here to help.

You know how much you both loved the original animated Beauty And The Beast film from 1991? And you know how much both of you are ridiculously excited about the 2017 live action film, hitting Irish cinemas on 17 March?

Well, the great news is you can get tickets for that film RIGHT NOW by simply clicking here.


All you have to do to pass Valentine’s Day with flying colours, is easily prebook your tickets for Beauty And The Beast, pick up a romantic card, put the tickets in the card and present to your lovely better half.


Because the release of the film is a whole month away, by the time 17 March rolls around, going to the cinema to see Beauty And The Beast will be like another surprise all over again.

You’ll look like the world’s most thoughtful and organised partner. Two surprises for the price of one = ETERNAL TRUE LOVE GUARANTEED.*

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So you can forget about that out-of-date box of Jaffa Cakes and the ‘Michael Bolton Sings All The Lovely Love Songs’ album you were going to pick up and prebook your tickets by clicking here instead.

Here’s the brilliant Beauty And The Beast trailer to get you in the mood ahead of the big release…

Clip via Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Ireland

Beauty And The Beast hits Irish cinemas on 17 March

*We can’t really guarantee you eternal true love, of course, but it’s worth a shot, right?

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